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    I am from a top college in India and have decent grade (2:1).
    I plan to apply to UCL. Which other school should I consider where GRE/GMAT is not a minimum requirement?
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    (Original post by isha16)
    I am from a top college in India and have decent grade (2:1).
    I plan to apply to UCL. Which other school should I consider where GRE/GMAT is not a minimum requirement?
    I would check out Aston Business School to which is in Birmingham. I studied MSc in HR and Business Management and highly recommend it. It's got a very good reputation too.
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    LBS, Warwick, Bath, King's College, Durham, Cass.
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    (Original post by She-Ra)
    I would check out Aston Business School to which is in Birmingham. I studied MSc in HR and Business Management and highly recommend it. It's got a very good reputation too.
    thanks for replying
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    (Original post by isha16)
    thanks for replying
    No worries If you have any other questions let me know
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    (Original post by LadyBugMery)
    LBS, Warwick, Bath, King's College, Durham, Cass.
    LBS requires GMAT/GRE... Thanks for the info! One more thing.. If I have to choose two from amongst these, which should I prefer?
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    They are all of quite similar quality. Cass and King's are in London so that's an attractive factors as most jobs are concentrated there.
    Warwick has the best business school of those, while King's has the best university reputation.
    I am not sure about LSE they might ask for the GRE but you should obviously check them out too.
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    (Original post by LadyBugMery)
    They are all of quite similar quality. Cass and King's are in London so that's an attractive factors as most jobs are concentrated there.
    Warwick has the best business school of those, while King's has the best university reputation.
    I am not sure about LSE they might ask for the GRE but you should obviously check them out too.
    thanks yup, LSE requires that!!
 
 
 
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