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This is for management/business management.

Can u state a reason too please. thanx
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WARWICK, it's reputation for all things business is amazing.
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It has to bw warwick thier business school has an amazing reputation
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Warwick = v good business school.
Infact it has the third best business school in Europe. (After INSEAD and LBS)
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I'd pick the one I liked the most - sod the reputation!
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Warwick, lots of my friends went there, and it seemed a nice enough place when I visited.

Alaric.
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Warwick - excellent business school, good sporting facilities (including an indoor climbing centre) and a fantastic student union.

Shame it's in Coventry though. (Sorry - no offence!)


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Warwick = v good business school.
Infact it has the third best business school in Europe. (After INSEAD and LBS)

how reliable is that?! in other words Warwick has best business school in UK??? really?!
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thanks for all the suggestions so far!
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Warwick - excellent business school, good sporting facilities (including an indoor climbing centre) and a fantastic student union.

Shame it's in Coventry though. (Sorry - no offence!)


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well i don't personally have a prob with it being in Coventry but i can c y other people do.........its not that big a deal, lol.
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how reliable is that?! in other words Warwick has best business school in UK??? really?!

It's not fantastically reliable, I think IMD (Swiss) is probably the third best. However, Warwick is certainly well within the top 10 in Euro. Also, most of the Business Schools that are high up in the rankings offer MBA/Doctoral study only. So, for undergrad. study, Warwick is probably the best, or thereabouts.

Worldwide, it's into the 30's and rising, could finish in the 20's if progress continues. That is according to the FT. It has an exchange scheme (abeit on a small scale) with Wharton at UPenn. Incidentally, that's one of the best business schools in the world, if not THE number one. It speaks volumes for Warwick's reputation and the progress it has made.

For reputation and research profile, Warwick is better than Notts and Bath combined. Take it from someone who is applying for a doctorate in Econ/Managament.
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(Original post by J.S.)
It's not fantastically reliable, I think IMD (Swiss) is probably the third best. However, Warwick is certainly well within the top 10 in Euro. Also, most of the Business Schools that are high up in the rankings offer MBA/Doctoral study only. So, for undergrad. study, Warwick is probably the best, or thereabouts.

Worldwide, it's into the 30's and rising, could finish in the 20's if progress continues. That is according to the FT. It has an exchange scheme (abeit on a small scale) with Wharton at UPenn. Incidentally, that's one of the best business schools in the world, if not THE number one. It speaks volumes for Warwick's reputation and the progress it has made.

For reputation and research profile, Warwick is better than Notts and Bath combined. Take it from someone who is applying for a doctorate in Econ/Managament.
wicked, thats great thanx..........but don't u think that Bath course is quite useful and valuable in that u get two 6month work placements?! u think that wouldn't give u a kinda head start to normal courses like those at warwick and notts?!
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wicked, thats great thanx..........but don't u think that Bath course is quite useful and valuable in that u get two 6month work placements?! u think that wouldn't give u a kinda head start to normal courses like those at warwick and notts?!

Ahh that's just about your person pref. Having experience, particularly 'relevant experience' is of course going to look fantastic on your CV. Although, I suppose you could say that the experience of a placement, or something of such like can always be obtained AFTER you've completed your degree. I suppose it's a question of when you'd like to do it. Personally, I would like to complete my degree without there being a year spent outside of univ. However, for some people, it helps having a 'break from study'. It just depends on what you feel most comfortable with.

Also, even though I did claim Warwick had a better research profile and the like, Bath and Notts are (obviously) very good institutions at which to study Biz/Management.
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ok, fair enough, thanx for the details!! i'll carry on thinking about it.......lol
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I'd pick the one I liked the most - sod the reputation!
Peapod is spot on, reputation doesn't matter, as most unis at the top end are all the same. Pick the one u like the most, as all three are top places
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Peapod is spot on, reputation doesn't matter, as most unis at the top end are all the same. Pick the one u like the most, as all three are top places

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The Manchester Business School (MBS) must be one of the best in the country.
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The Manchester Business School (MBS) must be one of the best in the country.

really?! better than warwick?! i hardly hear people talking about manchester........hmmm
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really?! better than warwick?! i hardly hear people talking about manchester........hmmm
I am not sure if its better than Warick but it must be easily in the top ten. On some of their masters courses (£30k a year fees) the average graduate salary is £250k (but you have already be some kind of executive to even get a place on one).

Its ranked second international for one their MBA programmes. Its apart of the universty of Manchester but exists as a seperate entity I think. They mainly specialise in post graduate courses and research though.

http://www.mbs.ac.uk/
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I am not sure if its better than Warick but it must be easily in the top ten. On some of their masters courses (£30k a year fees) the average graduate salary is £250k (but you have already be some kind of executive to even get a place on one).

Its ranked second international for one their MBA programmes. Its apart of the universty of Manchester but exists as a seperate entity I think. They mainly specialise in post graduate courses and research though.

http://www.mbs.ac.uk/
ah ok, thats cool.
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