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I'm planning to do Msc Marketing in UK(I'm gonna work in UK) so I'm considering among Warwick Business School, Manchester Business School, Imperial Business School.
I'm an international student so I have to depend on rankings
Which university is the best?
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Are you an EU student or do you need a work visa (sorry, tough to get)? What are your grades and do you have relevant marketing internships or work? It depends on your goals and areas of interest.

WBS leads just ahead of Imperial, MBS trails behind. Reason for WBS: Balanced marketing course of traditional courses such as brand management with newer such as social media marketing design. Dialled in on big data analytics, putting theory into practice. There are also some more exotic electives such as sports marketing not offered at many unis. WBS MSc and MBS are more established marketing programmes with experienced profs. ICL MSc marketing is just a few years old, there has been some fluctuations and some lecturers are freshly minted PhDs.

I know for home students, tuition fees really vary. Unfortunately, WBS and ICL are the most expensive. London living cost for ICL is 2x of WBS in Midlands. I suggest to look at employment reports at all 3 programmes, ask career office.

Feel free to peruse specific subject rankings (FT, Guardian, Times). Good luck
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Warwick is arguably very specialised in business degrees, including marketing. However your chance of working in uk is still very slim unless you are from an EU country or u have other channels to get a work permit. I think for jobs in marketing it doesnt really require much expertise, but more general abilities and understanding of business culture, foreigners are much less competitive compared to natives.
If marketing is not your definitive career choice you should probably consider some more professional oriented degrees such as finance or accounting, even if you are EU students, with this kind of expertise finding jobs would be much easier
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Warwick Business School grads are given a year (or two) to work and remain in the UK after graduation from / completion of the program.
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