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Maja

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Apr 18, 2005 10:12

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Hi everybody!
I would like to do an MBA in London. Any ideas which programs are good over there?
Many thanks!
Maja
Hi everybody!
I would like to do an MBA in London. Any ideas which programs are good over there?
Many thanks!
Maja

Magsi

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Dec 11, 2005 05:38

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Hey Maja, which programme did you got for? I'm from Germany and I want to do an MBA in London next year. I consider applying to London Business School, Imperial College (Tanaka), and City University (Cass). All of them are among the the FT Top 100 MBA programmes, but I do not know much else about these programmes. I would appreciate if anyone could share his/her experience with these programs or any other info regarding an MBA in London. Thanks!
Hey Maja, which programme did you got for? I'm from Germany and I want to do an MBA in London next year. I consider applying to London Business School, Imperial College (Tanaka), and City University (Cass). All of them are among the the FT Top 100 MBA programmes, but I do not know much else about these programmes. I would appreciate if anyone could share his/her experience with these programs or any other info regarding an MBA in London. Thanks!

Magsi

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Dec 11, 2005 05:28

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One thing I would especially like to know is how big these MBA programmes are and who is participating in these progarmmes (work experience, nationalities etc.). Thanks again!
One thing I would especially like to know is how big these MBA programmes are and who is participating in these progarmmes (work experience, nationalities etc.). Thanks again!

SvenAG

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Dec 18, 2005 01:38

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I think all three of the mentioned programs are the top London programs, internationally recognised and attended by many internaitonal students. It is London afterall! Work experience probably varies. The "Official MBA Handbook" is loaded with such information about UK b-schools.
I think all three of the mentioned programs are the top London programs, internationally recognised and attended by many internaitonal students. It is London afterall! Work experience probably varies. The "Official MBA Handbook" is loaded with such information about UK b-schools.

Magsi

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Dec 22, 2005 07:08

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Thanks Sven, that's what I figured. I might look look for the "Official MBA Handbook" to get more background info. Has anyone heard about "London School of Business and Finance" by the way?
Thanks Sven, that's what I figured. I might look look for the "Official MBA Handbook" to get more background info. Has anyone heard about "London School of Business and Finance" by the way?

Kranais

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Dec 27, 2005 07:41

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I haven't heard anything about this school and I could not find it in the rankings. All three other Colleges are definititely top notch.
I haven't heard anything about this school and I could not find it in the rankings. All three other Colleges are definititely top notch.

SvenAG

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Jan 13, 2006 08:21

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I have never heard of that school either. is it a distance learning course?
I have never heard of that school either. is it a distance learning course?

Jan 20, 2006 06:27

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Hi Every body,
I want to do MBA in Health, Safety & Environment Management System, would you please guide me if there is MBA in the said subject & how could I get admission in any university in London.

Dr. Naeem Akhtar Palijo
Hi Every body,
I want to do MBA in Health, Safety & Environment Management System, would you please guide me if there is MBA in the said subject & how could I get admission in any university in London.

Dr. Naeem Akhtar Palijo

Jan 20, 2006 08:54

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London Met offers an MBA in Hospitality and Tourism Management, with courses such as Environmental Management for Hotels, Resorts and Tourism Enterprises, see http://www.find-mba.com/university/102

Imperial has an MSc in Internaional Health Management
London Met offers an MBA in Hospitality and Tourism Management, with courses such as Environmental Management for Hotels, Resorts and Tourism Enterprises, see http://www.find-mba.com/university/102

Imperial has an MSc in Internaional Health Management

Jan 20, 2006 08:43

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The link for the Imperial MSc programme is http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/portal/page?_pageid=58,80431&_dad=portallive&_schema=PORTALLIVE
The link for the Imperial MSc programme is http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/portal/page?_pageid=58,80431&_dad=portallive&_schema=PORTALLIVE

Jul 19, 2006 12:20

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Does anybody have any clue whether any of the B-schools in UK provide scholarships?...., and what criteria would be considered for scholarships?
Does anybody have any clue whether any of the B-schools in UK provide scholarships?...., and what criteria would be considered for scholarships?

asdc

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Jul 20, 2006 09:19

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It's difficult to give a general statement for all UK schools, can you narrow it down to a few schools you are interested in?
It's difficult to give a general statement for all UK schools, can you narrow it down to a few schools you are interested in?

soreal34

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Jul 20, 2006 02:11

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I'm an American national entering an MBA programme in February 07. However, I'm taking the 6 month pre MBA programme as well. US Financial aid doesn't cover the cost of it. Does anyone know of any sort of funding or aid that might help? I appreciate any advice.
I'm an American national entering an MBA programme in February 07. However, I'm taking the 6 month pre MBA programme as well. US Financial aid doesn't cover the cost of it. Does anyone know of any sort of funding or aid that might help? I appreciate any advice.

Roland

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Jul 21, 2006 09:43

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It always helps to ask the people at the school you are taking the pre-MBA classes, they should know if there are special funding opp. offered by the respective institution. For the rest, a few links can be found at http://www.find-mba.com/funding-your-mba .
It always helps to ask the people at the school you are taking the pre-MBA classes, they should know if there are special funding opp. offered by the respective institution. For the rest, a few links can be found at http://www.find-mba.com/funding-your-mba .

Jul 23, 2006 11:00

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London Business School has some really useful links about scholarships for MBA students in the UK:

http://www.london.edu/mba/feesandfinancing/scholarships.html
London Business School has some really useful links about scholarships for MBA students in the UK:

http://www.london.edu/mba/feesandfinancing/scholarships.html

rodsmcz

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Sep 21, 2006 08:08

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Hi everybody,
I'm from Brasil and I'm looking foward to do a MBA course in London next year, when I graduate, but I'm having a lot of dificulties finding a cheap and good one. Does anyone have any experience and can help me? Thanks
Hi everybody,
I'm from Brasil and I'm looking foward to do a MBA course in London next year, when I graduate, but I'm having a lot of dificulties finding a cheap and good one. Does anyone have any experience and can help me? Thanks

Sep 22, 2006 08:48

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Hi everybody,
I'm from Brasil and I'm looking foward to do a MBA course in London next year, when I graduate, but I'm having a lot of dificulties finding a cheap and good one. Does anyone have any experience and can help me? Thanks


Cheap... London...? No way :-)
<blockquote>Hi everybody,
I'm from Brasil and I'm looking foward to do a MBA course in London next year, when I graduate, but I'm having a lot of dificulties finding a cheap and good one. Does anyone have any experience and can help me? Thanks</blockquote>

Cheap... London...? No way :-)

Marsha

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Sep 24, 2006 09:47

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Hi everybody,
I'm from Brasil and I'm looking foward to do a MBA course in London next year, when I graduate, but I'm having a lot of dificulties finding a cheap and good one. Does anyone have any experience and can help me? Thanks


I would try to get in a "good one" (e.g. London Business School, Imperial-Tanaka Business School, City-Cass Business School) take a huge loan and bet on your future job prospects.
<blockquote>Hi everybody,
I'm from Brasil and I'm looking foward to do a MBA course in London next year, when I graduate, but I'm having a lot of dificulties finding a cheap and good one. Does anyone have any experience and can help me? Thanks</blockquote>

I would try to get in a "good one" (e.g. London Business School, Imperial-Tanaka Business School, City-Cass Business School) take a huge loan and bet on your future job prospects.

PRIYANKA

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Sep 26, 2006 01:49

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hi maja..... wanna come to london 4 my mba course.. heard about few universities like london school of business, cardiff,warwick, batu & st andrews... can u tell me about more universities thr.& also which one is good for studying financial management there...will wait for ur reply.. good day
hi maja..... wanna come to london 4 my mba course.. heard about few universities like london school of business, cardiff,warwick, batu & st andrews... can u tell me about more universities thr.& also which one is good for studying financial management there...will wait for ur reply.. good day

rodsmcz

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Sep 28, 2006 09:52

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No way? Hm..
The cheapest that I found was £20.000 or so.. I think I'll do a MBA in Spain.. lol
Thank you very much
No way? Hm..
The cheapest that I found was £20.000 or so.. I think I'll do a MBA in Spain.. lol
Thank you very much

york

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Sep 28, 2006 09:33

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Which one was the cheapest MBA in London you found?
Which one was the cheapest MBA in London you found?

rodsmcz

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Sep 30, 2006 12:53

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Cheapest? University of Leicester , international student £13.450. But i've never heard about it..
http://www.le.ac.uk/ulmc/fees/fees.html
Cheapest? University of Leicester , international student £13.450. But i've never heard about it..
http://www.le.ac.uk/ulmc/fees/fees.html

york

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Oct 02, 2006 09:40

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Thanks! I haven't heard of it either. It's partly taught by distance learning which is not exactly what I would be looking for.
Thanks! I haven't heard of it either. It's partly taught by distance learning which is not exactly what I would be looking for.

rodsmcz

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Oct 03, 2006 09:08

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I just found a cheaper one, Hamilton College London. Has anyone heard about it? Is it any good? Thank you!
I just found a cheaper one, Hamilton College London. Has anyone heard about it? Is it any good? Thank you!

rodsmcz

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Oct 03, 2006 10:24

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And also London Metropolitan University, does anyone know this one? Thank you very much
And also London Metropolitan University, does anyone know this one? Thank you very much

javeed_L

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Oct 07, 2006 01:58

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London Metropolitan University, sure, but they´re not specially known for the MBA they offer. The two other ones though are really unknown schools, internationally speaking. Coming from abroad I would not advise you to go there, I think you won´t have so much benefit
London Metropolitan University, sure, but they´re not specially known for the MBA they offer. The two other ones though are really unknown schools, internationally speaking. Coming from abroad I would not advise you to go there, I think you won´t have so much benefit

rodsmcz

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Oct 09, 2006 08:55

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Thank you very much!
What about Cavendish College of London? I found out that it has a very good MBA course and it's cheap as well, have you ever heard about it? I read a text about a former brazilian student and she liked a lot, but it's not trustworthy. Is it any good? Thanks again.
Thank you very much!
What about Cavendish College of London? I found out that it has a very good MBA course and it's cheap as well, have you ever heard about it? I read a text about a former brazilian student and she liked a lot, but it's not trustworthy. Is it any good? Thanks again.

Oct 09, 2006 08:08

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The website does not really look great. It states that the college is BAC accredited (http://www.cavendish.ac.uk/aboutus/accreditation.htm) - does not ring a bell.
The website does not really look great. It states that the college is BAC accredited (http://www.cavendish.ac.uk/aboutus/accreditation.htm) - does not ring a bell.

RLC

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Nov 06, 2006 01:17

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Hi Maja we have a University of Wales' validated MBA here in london at £6900 with a January intake. If you would like more information on the course please visit our website at
http://www.rayatlondoncollege.co.uk/index.html
Hi Maja we have a University of Wales' validated MBA here in london at £6900 with a January intake. If you would like more information on the course please visit our website at
http://www.rayatlondoncollege.co.uk/index.html

RLC

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Nov 06, 2006 01:47

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One option would be to consider doing a UK validated degree at a london college. For example, we offer a one year University of Wales MBA for £6900. The course is run on a flexible basis offered by a top UK institution. Please have a look at our website or give us a call.
http://www.rayatlondoncollege.co.uk/index.html
One option would be to consider doing a UK validated degree at a london college. For example, we offer a one year University of Wales MBA for £6900. The course is run on a flexible basis offered by a top UK institution. Please have a look at our website or give us a call.
http://www.rayatlondoncollege.co.uk/index.html

RLC

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Nov 06, 2006 01:07

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We have the Wales' MBA in London for £ 6900 Janaury intake.

http://www.rayatlondoncollege.co.uk/index.html
We have the Wales' MBA in London for £ 6900 Janaury intake.

http://www.rayatlondoncollege.co.uk/index.html

RLC

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Nov 06, 2006 01:55

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For those of you that are seeking value and a good MBA, we offer the University of Wales MBA (fully accredited - see University of Wales website) http://www.wales.ac.uk/newpages/external/e7217.asp
We are Dfes approved and BAC acredited.
We offer the Wales MBA for this January 2007 intake at £6900. The hours are flexible.

Please give us a call or check out the website at
http://www.rayatlondoncollege.co.uk/index.html

Thanks,
Anna or Jay
MBA Co-ordinators
For those of you that are seeking value and a good MBA, we offer the University of Wales MBA (fully accredited - see University of Wales website) http://www.wales.ac.uk/newpages/external/e7217.asp
We are Dfes approved and BAC acredited.
We offer the Wales MBA for this January 2007 intake at £6900. The hours are flexible.

Please give us a call or check out the website at
http://www.rayatlondoncollege.co.uk/index.html

Thanks,
Anna or Jay
MBA Co-ordinators

patilami

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Mar 23, 2009 11:55

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Hi,
I have an unconditional offer letter from London Metropolitan Univ. for MBA.
But nowhere on its website I found about its accredition.
Also i have completed my Graduation in BE (Electronics) with a 1st class from Mumbai university, India.
Disticntion in Class 10th & 12th.
IELTS of 7.5 with all scores above 7.0
2 years of work experience in IT in a reputed Indian MNC.
Sholud I apply for it or apply for Masters in Management in top UK universites as no other offer in hand for MBA?.
Please help.
Hi,
I have an unconditional offer letter from London Metropolitan Univ. for MBA.
But nowhere on its website I found about its accredition.
Also i have completed my Graduation in BE (Electronics) with a 1st class from Mumbai university, India.
Disticntion in Class 10th & 12th.
IELTS of 7.5 with all scores above 7.0
2 years of work experience in IT in a reputed Indian MNC.
Sholud I apply for it or apply for Masters in Management in top UK universites as no other offer in hand for MBA?.
Please help.

Apr 07, 2009 09:30

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