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valun2012

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Jan 11, 2012 09:52

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Hi, do you know which of these Full Time MBA is better?
Hi, do you know which of these Full Time MBA is better?

Duncan

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Jan 11, 2012 10:20

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The two year MBA at LSBF is from Grenoble, which is an accredited MBA programme: that is the better choice. But its one year programme and Coventry's are not accredited.

Further more, both are new to, and little known in, London. Their careers services and alumni networks will be weak. If you can't afford an accredited MBA, then try an accredited MSc.
The two year MBA at LSBF is from Grenoble, which is an accredited MBA programme: that is the better choice. But its one year programme and Coventry's are not accredited.

Further more, both are new to, and little known in, London. Their careers services and alumni networks will be weak. If you can't afford an accredited MBA, then try an accredited MSc.

valun2012

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Jan 26, 2012 07:01

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Hi Duncan, Thanks for your comments.
I`m an accountant with 6 years of work experience and I was hoping to start an MBA this year sometime before July/2012. I am seeking for an MBA that cost in sum, between tuition and living expenses, USD 50.000. What would you recomend?
Thanks
Hi Duncan, Thanks for your comments.
I`m an accountant with 6 years of work experience and I was hoping to start an MBA this year sometime before July/2012. I am seeking for an MBA that cost in sum, between tuition and living expenses, USD 50.000. What would you recomend?
Thanks

Duncan

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Jan 27, 2012 12:45

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I'd recommend that you don't rush. Very few MBAs start between February and June. Think about where you want to work post-MBA, and then look at business schools in that country. Take your GMAT test, and then try to get into the best school you can do where the average GMAT is close to your GMAT. Use the rankings as a guide.
I'd recommend that you don't rush. Very few MBAs start between February and June. Think about where you want to work post-MBA, and then look at business schools in that country. Take your GMAT test, and then try to get into the best school you can do where the average GMAT is close to your GMAT. Use the rankings as a guide.

Jan 30, 2012 10:15

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Hi all, I was offered the chance to attend an MBA at LSBF ... is a good school? has good contacts with the world of work? It also has an excellent LLM in Business Law? Thanks for the attention!
Hi all, I was offered the chance to attend an MBA at LSBF ... is a good school? has good contacts with the world of work? It also has an excellent LLM in Business Law? Thanks for the attention!

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Aug 18, 2012 10:57

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does anyone know about mba in oil and gas management offered by lsbf and coventry?
my first choice was rgu!! but due high living cost in aberdeen and the tution fee iam considering between these uni?
any advice?
does anyone know about mba in oil and gas management offered by lsbf and coventry?
my first choice was rgu!! but due high living cost in aberdeen and the tution fee iam considering between these uni?
any advice?

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Aug 19, 2012 11:16

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Scotland would be better for Oil and Gas and the two most common universities offering are RGU and Dundee
http://www.dundee.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/international_oil_gas_management_mba.htm

Coventry or LSBF has no value in UK or in middle east, where most of the jobs in this sector are.
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Scotland would be better for Oil and Gas and the two most common universities offering are RGU and Dundee
http://www.dundee.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/international_oil_gas_management_mba.htm

Coventry or LSBF has no value in UK or in middle east, where most of the jobs in this sector are.
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Duncan

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Aug 19, 2012 12:54

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The idea that LSBF has an "excellent" LLM cannot be taken seriously. LSBF buys is accreditation from London Met, which is ranked 118th out of 120 UK universities (http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/table/2012/may/21/university-league-table-2013).
The idea that LSBF has an "excellent" LLM cannot be taken seriously. LSBF buys is accreditation from London Met, which is ranked 118th out of 120 UK universities (http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/table/2012/may/21/university-league-table-2013).

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