Compare these MBA programs for me please

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by umair975, Oct 10, 2010.

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  1. umair975

    umair975 New Member

  2. umair975

    umair975 New Member

    add the followig two to the list as well
    4. Durham business schools
    5. Imperial College
     
  3. jfosj

    jfosj Member

    If you want the best quality go for Warwick. if you want prestige go for Imperial.
     
  4. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member


    I was about to say something very similar. Also, without being able to cite any evidence I'd probably put Oxford Brookes at the end of the list.
     
  5. emmzee

    emmzee New Member

    Oxford Brookes is just a poor name choice for a school IMHO ... I know it's partially named for its founder, but I can imagine conversations like this ...

    "I did my MBA at Oxford Brookes."

    "Really, at Oxford?!"

    "Um, no ... Oxford Brookes. Different school."

    "Oh."

    It'd be like a school in the US deciding to call themselves Harvard Lake University ...

    Err, that said, I'm sure Oxford Brookes is a fine school, but all things being equal, ie, money isn't a problem, you could get accepted at all of 'em, etc, go with whichever seems to have best name prestige and could land you the best business connections.
     
  6. Ian Anderson

    Ian Anderson Active Member

    Of the choices you offered mine would be Durham. I have no direct knowledge of the school other than knowing it it very well regarded in the UK and it has very nice campus that includes a cathedral and a castle. I've attended concerts in the cathedral a few times.

    If you live in the UK or EU have you considered the Open University?
     
  7. ChiSquare

    ChiSquare New Member

    Well, Oxford is a city with population of 150 000 and there is no "Harvard City" in Massachusetts. This is more like situation with CUNY or SUNY and NYU.
     

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