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Choice of Masters

 
#1 Choice of Masters
28/07/2006 02:44

Tom to deleted (#0)

Hello,

I just graduated from Computer Science and interested in a business analyst/consultancy role. I have decided to undertake a Masters but torn between International Business and Management. Any advice on which is more appealing to employers in this analyst/consultancy field and why.

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#2 RE: Choice of Masters
28/07/2006 09:18

MSc IB to Tom (#1)

I did an MSc IB but i dont think it matters which one you do - they are both very similar, although I know my MSc IB had more of an international flavour to it than most Management degrees i looked at. I think more probably rests on where you do it, what you gain out of it, perhaps what you score in specific modules and your thesis!! Best of luck

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#3 RE: Choice of Masters
28/07/2006 11:01

john to Tom (#1)

If you are interested in the "international" element then I suggest you choose a European school outside the UK e.g. INSEAD, IMD, IESE, Rotterdam Schoo of Management.

Course content will not differ much but the experience of living in another country and mixing with other nationalities will add value.

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