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MiM at LBS vs Mphil Management at Cambridge Judge [#permalink]
20 Apr 2011, 11:01
I will be applying to several business schools in the UK in a year or so for a pre-experience program, when I've finished my bachelor's. My two ideals would be the Masters in Management at London Business School and the Mphil in Management at Cambridge Judge. I've been puzzling for a while over the pros and cons of each program relative to the other. From what I can gather, the MiM at LBS is very very good - excellent course structure, practical focus, great connections - and of course LBS has an incredible reputation, in Europe at least. On the other hand, Cambridge's course seems to also have all of these qualities, with the added bonus of the international Cambridge "super-brand". However, in business circles, LBS seems to rank much more highly, and some would say its graduates are more employable. Basically what I'm asking is this - if you had the choice between the two, would you take LBS's teaching excellence and region-specific reputation, or Cambridge's international reputation and the greater possibilities this could open up overseas? Thanks!