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Hello everyone,

I am applying to Msc LSE's MSc Management, Information Systems and Digital Innovation (MISDI) http://www.lse.ac.uk/management/prog...tion/home.aspx and Imperial's Msc Management http://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/business-...ent/programme/

However, I'd like to apply for other universities as well, and I would greatly appreciate you guys' opinions and advice regarding the following courses:

- Manchester - MSc Management and Information Systems: Change and Development http://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/ma...ourse-details/

- Warwick - Msc Information Systems Management and Innovation http://www.wbs.ac.uk/courses/postgra...ement/details/

- St. Andrews - Msc Management & Information Technology https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/managem.../pgtaught/mit/

I am a non-UK and non-EU who has graduated with a non-quantitative 2:1 degree. I have about 1.5 years of work experience.I want to work in the UK as soon as possible after I graduate. I'm interested in multinational technology companies, though I am willing to keep my options open.

The money and living environment are not big factors for me. Honestly, I'd be happy to study anywhere in the UK. I'm more concern about job opportunities after I graduate. So any review regarding career services, job prospects, teaching and course contents would be greatly helpful.

Any advice regarding Msc MIS or Msc Management with a specialisation in digital business of other UK universities are also welcome.

Thank you!
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WBS reputation far exceeds that of St Andrews and Manchester for MSc related to business/management/technology.
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WBS reputation far exceeds that of St Andrews and Manchester for MSc related to business/management/technology.
Oh, I see. I have known from what I read that Manchester's technology and social science courses are better than Warwick. So is that only true for undergraduate degrees, but not for Msc?
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Warwick as a great IS department and it's the best business school of all three.
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Warwick>>>Manchester=StA
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Thank you for all the comments.

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Warwick>>>Manchester=StA
Why do you consider Manchester = StA for MIS? I'm just curious.
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Thank you for all the comments.



Why do you consider Manchester = StA for MIS? I'm just curious.
because both are equally not as good as warwick.
Manchester is probably the best choice after warwick though.
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HELLO
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Were you happy with your decision?
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