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I would really like a bit of help here cause i have offers from Cranfield, Reading and Exeter...What would you advice??
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Any areas within marketing you are interested in? Compare it with concentration at each MSc programme. What are your educational and professional goals, background, home or overseas student?
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Any areas within marketing you are interested in? Compare it with concentration at each MSc programme. What are your educational and professional goals, background, home or overseas student?

Hi! I hope that during the MSc I will find areas that are of interest to my, because I have a scientific background so I don't really have a focus now.I am an EU student and I would like to be a professional on Marketing. I just want some advice on choosing between those 2 universities, they have similar program..
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They don't really have similar programmes and it is quite an ignorant statement. Did you actually visit both B-Schools in person and attend classes on open day or just browsed the glossy prospectus?

Cranfield is recognised as the better B-School (See FT, economist, Forbes rankings). Reading is nowhere and not even in the same bracket! I think you may have mixed things up because you are not from the UK and did not study management sciences. Cranfield MSc Marketing competes with Manchester, City U and maybe even Warwick.

Cranfield has innovative multi-learning platform (lecture, case, group based projects, real life consulting assignment and experimental learning). Big on General management and professional development (teamwork, leadership), putting theory into practice. Cranfield has also better facilities & career support compared to Reading.

Cranfield SOM > Reading
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Cranfield all the way. And if its MSc Finance and Management, there is hardly any other UK University that will come closer. Its finesse - Cranfield is!

Ideally a programme should be selected based on the course content. Like TCannon mentioned, Cranfield has one of the best career services. Most companies want to watch out for their graduates. Probably because Cranfield does not have undergraduate courses, the university may not be discussed as much as any other top university. But the university clearly provides some of the best lectures, great post study advantage, & much more.
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Henley business school (Reading) is actually quite good, I'm not sure you looked for Henley and not Reading Uni for the rankings?
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