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    Hi there,

    My name is Nick and I'm a german undergraduate just about to finish my studies.I was able to obtain two Bachelor Degree's during my 3 years of study, one in Industrial Engineering (Germany BA) and one in International Business Management (UK BA), Both with really good results (German 1.5 (GPA 1-6) and UK First Degree). As I want to continue my studies with a Msc in Management Program I got the following Question:I received an offer from CASS in Msc. Management for the 2016 intake, is the reputation of the school good? Is it easy to find a job? I want to work as I consultant (if possible for a top tier consultancy e.g Mc Kinsey, Bain, BCG).

    I also sent my CV to LBS and they said that I am eligible to apply for the 2016 intake, but I would have to take the GMAT in order to apply.What do you think? Should I try to take the opportunity and take the GMAT?

    Furthermore, what about Management courses at other Universities? St. Andrews? Trinity College Dublin? King's College? Edinburgh?How would you rate them?

    Thank you,
    Nick
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    Cass is a good business school - how much is the course though? I would say St Andrews, Durham, King's have cheaper MSc of similar quality.
    I also think it is totally worth giving a shot at the GMAT - LBS is the best brand of all, although the msc will also be the most expensive
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    If you're aiming for McKinsey, Bain and BCG etc I'd recommend you aim at LBS, LSE, Oxbridge or Imperial at a push. Cass is quite good if you're aiming for Front Office jobs but not so much top tier consulting (apart from the universities listed above very few in the UK are). How do you feel about studying in Europe at somewhere like HEC?
 
 
 
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