Anybody if applying/ had applied or having knowedge please point out the preference criteria for Cass School of Business.
Any inputs on the above would be great....
I visited Cass last weekend for one of their open events. I had considered Cass as a back-up school in case my other top choices didn't pan out. However, I had an awakening last week that I don't want to live or go to school in London, so I'm probably a bad person to take advice from at this point.
With that said, I think Cass is a very personable school. A little pricey in my opinion compared to Oxford/Cambridge which are ranked considerably higher. However, assuming you want the Cass-sponsored living quarters, then this can greatly reduce your living expenses in London. I have nothing negative to stay about the school. I think they have good faculty. The class size is small at around 60, so there are some big advantages and big negatives to that. I question its brand recognition globally, but if you decide to stay in London, then that'll work fine.
All in all, most of these b-schools are all the same in the quality of education you receive. It really boils down to the network and brand that the school offers.
Hope this helps.