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Hi, I'm an italian student and I'm going to apply for a Msc in Marketing in 2015.
I suppose to be eligible for Aston Business School, Cranfiel School of Management and Bradford School of Management, but I even looked for Hull University and Coventry University, so I would like to know what of these universities can offer me the best job prospects.
Also, I would like to know what are the main differences between a Msc in Marketing, Strategic Marketing and International Marketing for obtaining a job.

Thank you very much.
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Also, I would like to know what are the main differences between a Msc in Marketing, Strategic Marketing and International Marketing for obtaining a job.
There isn't much of a difference between these three programmes, what's important is what modules you'll have and whether these match your career aspirations - Marketing is still a very broad area, you can go into Market/Marketing Research, Marketing Communications, Supply Chain, Business Development (the latter two not strictly speaking marketing related), Marketing Consultant, Brand Manager, ...
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Thank you, and what of these uni (Aston Business School, Cranfield School of Management and Bradford School of Management, Hull University and Coventry University) do you recommend?
According to the rankings ABS and Cranfiled are the best but Cranfield is a very small village and I don't know if this is a negative aspect of the uni, maybe ABS being in Birmingham have more connections with companies than Cranfield.
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Thank you, and what of these uni (Aston Business School, Cranfield School of Management and Bradford School of Management, Hull University and Coventry University) do you recommend?
According to the rankings ABS and Cranfiled are the best but Cranfield is a very small village and I don't know if this is a negative aspect of the uni, maybe ABS being in Birmingham have more connections with companies than Cranfield.
I'd like to see that ranking.

One way of looking at this is how many staff do they have in your specialised field of interest, i.e. Marketing: Cranfield has 7 (not counting a part-time lecturer and a business development executive) while Aston has ca. 20 (not counting teaching fellows) and Bradford has about 15. Not saying numbers matter but that to me is a considerable difference. Just to throw in my alma mater, Strathclyde (MSc International Marketing), they have just about 20 as well (not counting Prof Susan Hart, who's Dean of the Business School and hardly teaches these days), and my local university, Cardiff University, with also 20 odd.
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