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To MBA or not to MBA

 
#1 To MBA or not to MBA
01/02/2006 21:19

Steve

I have a politics and community organizing background, and am trying to decide on wether to get an MBA or a different Masters. Any ideas? And what are the top London MBA schools?

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#2 Re: To MBA or not to MBA
01/02/2006 23:10

MBA

Erm... London Business School. Tanaka (Imperial College) and Cass (City University) are also good. The rest aren't as good.

It's a personal thing though so perhaps the others might be more suitable for you.

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#3 Re: To MBA or not to MBA
09/02/2006 14:42

J

I'm currently doing the Exec MBA at Imperial College while working at Accenture and can certainly vouch that it's a world class programme with an excellent faculty and students alike.

The main difference to LBS for me personally was the open door policy that each of the lecturers have. It’s not just a “strap line” but is actually encouraged. Cass is geared more towards the banking sector whereas Imperial provides a wider and more diverse student base.

As mentioned previoulsy, it ulitmately depends what you're looking for. Hope that helps…

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