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    A bit of a background first. I did electrical engineering from a reputable university from my country. Though I've a BEE degree, I've always had a flair for business and entrepreneurship. Always wanted to start my own business and what not. So i applied for the relevant degrees in the UK.
    So now I'm stuck in a dilemma.
    I want to know the pros and cons of the options that i have. Keeping in mind that finances are out of the question and not a problem so please don't include that factor in ur reasoning.
    i have an Innovation and Entrepreneurship offer from University of Warwick at WMG. Then i also have an MBA (full-time) offer from Cardiff University. And i have an Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management offer from Imperial College London.
    Help me select guys? keeping in mind major factors like;
    -study quality, future prospects
    -student life, socialising
    -sports
    -city life etc
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    You're going to have to weigh up what's important to you (which you seem to already have done) and the course and then pick. No one on here can tell you where is best for you.
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    Can anyone here help me out to choose between the following four courses:

    Cardiff - MBA
    Durham - MSc management (Entrepreneurship )
    Lancaster - MSc entrepreneurship, innovation & practice
    Reading- MSc entrepreneurship & management
 
 
 
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