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Rotterdam vs Warwick [#permalink] New post 22 Jun 2010, 07:56
Hey all I woud like to ask for some opinions on my dilemma. I jst graduated with a BSc in Physics. Got 5 months of internships in Finance and a GMAT of 760. Got into two programs:

1. Rotterdam School of Management - 2yr MScBA general management + specialization undecided
2. Warwick Business School - 1yr MSc Business Analytics and Consulting (conditional offer, need GRE and TOEFL)

In terms of finances both programs are kind of the same (Tuition on RSM is much lower but its two years). The problem is I'm fluent only in English so my chances of finding a job outside UK are rather miserable....on the other hand 2 yr program will give me some time to learn German (have some basics)
I'm currently very affected by a quite possibly short term personal factor so need some "sober" advice

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Rotterdam vs Warwick [#permalink] New post 21 Feb 2011, 07:07
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Warwick is a decent choice, especially if you want a career in the UK. But RSM has a pretty solid reputation throughout Europe. And combined with the low tuition and international exposure, it's a good choice too.

Most likely, though, you will trapped in an English language bubble. The people of the Netherlands speak English extremely well, so it will be hard to learn Dutch. Plus, I don't think it would be very helpful.
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Re: Rotterdam vs Warwick   [#permalink] 21 Feb 2011, 07:07
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