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I' am From India and have received offers from above programs. My deadlines are soon approaching so any information regarding which business school should I join of the above would be really helpful.
Some background:

I' am currently in my final year of Electronics engineering. My main aim is stream conversion from technical to a more people centric stream such as management. My interest lies in consultancy, investment banking and marketing.
Can anyone help me in selecting any one from the above programs? From what I have heard so far, I have received two types of advises :

1) Being from India and that too without any work experience, it would be extremely difficult for me to find a job after completing my masters in the UK hence a program which offers internship would be highly valuable. I've been getting advises to join Cranfield because it has a dedicated 3 months internship in the course and also their international mobility stats are higher.

2) The second advise I get the most is to join Warwick because of it's immense reputation. The fact that it is so well known around the world would open lots of opportunities. Also, if in case I don't land a job in UK and would have to return back to India, Warwick brand would be a safe bet to get me a decent job to pay off my loans.

3) I haven't got any satisfactory reviews to join Cass.

I know that getting a job is a very subjective and depends on the person more than the University but still want to know your perspective.
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ankindia wrote:
I' am From India and have received offers from above programs. My deadlines are soon approaching so any information regarding which business school should I join of the above would be really helpful.
Some background:

I' am currently in my final year of Electronics engineering. My main aim is stream conversion from technical to a more people centric stream such as management. My interest lies in consultancy, investment banking and marketing.
Can anyone help me in selecting any one from the above programs? From what I have heard so far, I have received two types of advises :

1) Being from India and that too without any work experience, it would be extremely difficult for me to find a job after completing my masters in the UK hence a program which offers internship would be highly valuable. I've been getting advises to join Cranfield because it has a dedicated 3 months internship in the course and also their international mobility stats are higher.

2) The second advise I get the most is to join Warwick because of it's immense reputation. The fact that it is so well known around the world would open lots of opportunities. Also, if in case I don't land a job in UK and would have to return back to India, Warwick brand would be a safe bet to get me a decent job to pay off my loans.

3) I haven't got any satisfactory reviews to join Cass.

I know that getting a job is a very subjective and depends on the person more than the University but still want to know your perspective.




What type of study do you pursue? MBA or master of management?
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New post 25 Dec 2017, 06:44
Mo2men wrote:
ankindia wrote:
I' am From India and have received offers from above programs. My deadlines are soon approaching so any information regarding which business school should I join of the above would be really helpful.
Some background:

I' am currently in my final year of Electronics engineering. My main aim is stream conversion from technical to a more people centric stream such as management. My interest lies in consultancy, investment banking and marketing.
Can anyone help me in selecting any one from the above programs? From what I have heard so far, I have received two types of advises :

1) Being from India and that too without any work experience, it would be extremely difficult for me to find a job after completing my masters in the UK hence a program which offers internship would be highly valuable. I've been getting advises to join Cranfield because it has a dedicated 3 months internship in the course and also their international mobility stats are higher.

2) The second advise I get the most is to join Warwick because of it's immense reputation. The fact that it is so well known around the world would open lots of opportunities. Also, if in case I don't land a job in UK and would have to return back to India, Warwick brand would be a safe bet to get me a decent job to pay off my loans.

3) I haven't got any satisfactory reviews to join Cass.

I know that getting a job is a very subjective and depends on the person more than the University but still want to know your perspective.




What type of study do you pursue? MBA or master of management?

I have applied for the Msc in Management course. Can you help me decide which business school I should select on the basis of the information I have provided?
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