Hi everyone, I have 2 offers to choose:
1. City University London : MSc Investment Management
2. UCL : MSc Management
Regarding the course, I am interested in all of them, mainly because I haven't had a clear career goal UCL's Management might be too general knowledge even with its specialised finance stream. Could anyone tell me is the career service in MSc Management highly linked to finance industry? How does the consultancy project differ from normal dissertation?
Investment Mgt in Cass , on the other hand, might be too specialsed if I plan to find a job in other industries?
However, what I concern most is that many job recruiters in Asia ( or maybe even in the UK) select the candidates by their diploma rankings. UCL is ranked worldwide 1st-tiered universities (4th in the QS 2012/13 World University Rankings) but doesn't have a b-school that I'm afiraid the networking is weaker. Cass ranks 40th in FT 2013 global MBA ranking, but the overall ranking of City University London is not parallel to Cass. No sure whether the connection to job market of Cass outweighs the reputation of UCL when finding a job in the UK or Greater China...I am totally torn, can anyone give me some advice?
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