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    I want to apply to a Management Course. Can you give your opinion and sorting this list by quality/price relation?


    • University of Westminster (MA Management)
    • Birkbeck (MSc Management)
    • Brunel University (MSc Management)
    • University of Roehampton (MSc International Management)
    • King's College London (MSc International Management)
    • London Metropolitan University (MA Management)
    • Queen Mary - University of Lodon (MSc Management and Organisational Innovation)
    • De Montfort University - Leicester (MSc Internation Business & Management)
    • Kingston University London (MSc in International Business Management)
    • Greenwich School of Management (MSc Business Management)
    • University of East Anglia- Norwich Business School - London (MSc Managment)
    • University of Reading (MSc International Management)
    • BPP Business School London City (MSc Management)
    • The London School of Economics and Political Science (Master's in Management)
    • University of East London (MSc International Business Management)
    • Aberystwyth University (MSc Management)
    • University of Dundee (MSc International Business)
    • London South Bank University (MA International Management)
    • Middlesex University (Business and Management)
    • University College London (MSc Management)
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    Quite a spread there matey. Some very different uni's. Which course appeals to you the most?

    I'd suggest that you need to look at what you want to gain from a masters, and refine your search accordingly
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    (Original post by jubabento)
    The London School of Economics and Political Science (Master's in Management)
    University College London (MSc Management)
    King's College London (MSc International Management)
    Birkbeck (MSc Management)
    Narrowed it down for you in order of prestige
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    (Original post by RoaminBlue)
    Quite a spread there matey. Some very different uni's. Which course appeals to you the most?

    I'd suggest that you need to look at what you want to gain from a masters, and refine your search accordingly
    The course contents are identical, and therefore I want to know the order by education quality.
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    for me:
    1)LSB
    2)UCL
    3)LSE
    4)Manchester
    5)Kings or Reading
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    (Original post by Lefter1s)
    for me:
    1)LSB
    2)UCL
    3)LSE
    4)Manchester
    5)Kings or Reading
    You're not really saying that London Southbank is better than UCL or LSE?
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    (Original post by jubabento)
    I want to apply to a Management Course. Can you give your opinion and sorting this list by quality/price relation?


    • University of Westminster (MA Management)
    • Birkbeck (MSc Management)
    • Brunel University (MSc Management)
    • University of Roehampton (MSc International Management)
    • King's College London (MSc International Management)
    • London Metropolitan University (MA Management)
    • Queen Mary - University of Lodon (MSc Management and Organisational Innovation)
    • De Montfort University - Leicester (MSc Internation Business & Management)
    • Kingston University London (MSc in International Business Management)
    • Greenwich School of Management (MSc Business Management)
    • University of East Anglia- Norwich Business School - London (MSc Managment)
    • University of Reading (MSc International Management)
    • BPP Business School London City (MSc Management)
    • The London School of Economics and Political Science (Master's in Management)
    • University of East London (MSc International Business Management)
    • Aberystwyth University (MSc Management)
    • University of Dundee (MSc International Business)
    • London South Bank University (MA International Management)
    • Middlesex University (Business and Management)
    • University College London (MSc Management)
    Oi, wheres Aston University
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    (Original post by KLL)
    You're not really saying that London Southbank is better than UCL or LSE?
    HAHAHAHAHA ofc not!!
    Sorry, i meant LBS (London Business School)
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    (Original post by jubabento)
    I want to apply to a Management Course. Can you give your opinion and sorting this list by quality/price relation?


    • University of Westminster (MA Management)
    • Birkbeck (MSc Management)
    • Brunel University (MSc Management)
    • University of Roehampton (MSc International Management)
    • King's College London (MSc International Management)
    • London Metropolitan University (MA Management)
    • Queen Mary - University of Lodon (MSc Management and Organisational Innovation)
    • De Montfort University - Leicester (MSc Internation Business & Management)
    • Kingston University London (MSc in International Business Management)
    • Greenwich School of Management (MSc Business Management)
    • University of East Anglia- Norwich Business School - London (MSc Managment)
    • University of Reading (MSc International Management)
    • BPP Business School London City (MSc Management)
    • The London School of Economics and Political Science (Master's in Management)
    • University of East London (MSc International Business Management)
    • Aberystwyth University (MSc Management)
    • University of Dundee (MSc International Business)
    • London South Bank University (MA International Management)
    • Middlesex University (Business and Management)
    • University College London (MSc Management)
    As the previous posters said, there is quite some spread here in terms of reputation, academic rigor and job prospects.

    In terms of international job chances (assuming your not from the UK and not sure whether or not you want to stay) I would rank it the following

    1) LSE Msc Management
    2) UCL Msc Management/LBS Msc Management
    .... Lots of distance
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    ...
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    3) Birkbeck Msc Management
    4) KCL for the sake of its name

    Disclaimer: I am doing the MSc Management at LSE myself, so I might be biased there.

    Basic rational for the ranking is that LSE has by far the highest international reputation and brand. The content wont be much different in LSE/UCL/LBS. Job prospects within the UK should be the same for LSE/UCL/LBS. Student life about the same for all of them, since they are all more or less in central London.

    Cheers
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    (Original post by jubabento)
    The course contents are identical, and therefore I want to know the order by education quality.
    I'm afraid that really isn't the case. To make the most of a masters I think you need to do more research into the institutions and courses.

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