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I have offers from:

-University of British Columbia (Bachelor of Commerce) 4 years
-Manchester University [BSc Management (Innovation, Strategy and Entreprenurship)] 3 years
-ESSEC (BSc Global BBA) 4 years
and waiting answer from:
-Rotterdam School of Management (BSc IBA) 3 years
Which school should I attend and why?
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I would say Manchester Uni, as it seems like a good uni and has some good aspects about it but the others may be good too ☀️
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I would say Manchester Uni, as it seems like a good uni and has some good aspects about it but the others may be good too ☀️
Thank you for your opinion. Would love to see other opinions as well.
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Manchester is arguably the best university in the world and you should totally attend, given the opportunity
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(Original post by Omer Ege Kokum)
I have offers from:
University of British Columbia (Bachelor of Commerce)
Manchester University [Management (Innovation, Strategy and Entreprenurship)]
ESSEC (Global BBA)
and waiting answer from:
Rotterdam School of Management (IBA)
Which school should I attend and why?
in UBC is your course in Sauder?

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Wired_1800 should provide you with clear and unbiased infoirmation.
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in UBC is your course in Sauder?

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Yes Sauder.
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Wired_1800 should provide you with clear and unbiased infoirmation.
I would really appreciate it. Thanks. Should I PM?
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Manchester is arguably the best university in the world and you should totally attend, given the opportunity
😀 I think Manchester is a great uni but not that much. What do you think of others and why you say that?
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😀 I think Manchester is a great uni but not that much. What do you think of others and why you say that?
because Wired_1800 said so
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Erasmus is no slouch for business...one of the best business schools in europe. Also ranks super high for MIM, once i graduate from Nottingham, likely i will head there, just undergrad for business isnt enough..

However that course title at Manchester is appealing and super unique sounding, frees you up by giving you dual specialisations if you get a master.

Those are the more advanced topics in business so i nice understanding from day one will stand out. Strategy is probably the most exciting aspect of business education.

So either Erasmus
Or Manchester

Honestly would give it to Manchester,

Rotterdam for three years could get dull, but if you are tight on funds then go there....you may be underwhelmed but you will have less money worries. However working without dutch knowledge wont be possible.

Manchester is expensive to live in and only going up in prices as the pound is falling and manchester is booming.
Manchester you may have to work.
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Erasmus is no slouch for business...one of the best business schools in europe. Also ranks super high for MIM, once i graduate from Nottingham, likely i will head there, just undergrad for business isnt enough..

However that course title at Manchester is appealing and super unique sounding, frees you up by giving you dual specialisations if you get a master.

Those are the more advanced topics in business so i nice understanding from day one will stand out. Strategy is probably the most exciting aspect of business education.

So either Erasmus
Or Manchester

Honestly would give it to Manchester,

Rotterdam for three years could get dull, but if you are tight on funds then go there....you may be underwhelmed but you will have less money worries. However working without dutch knowledge wont be possible.

Manchester is expensive to live in and only going up in prices as the pound is falling and manchester is booming.
Manchester you may have to work.
Thank you very much for the review it was very helpful. Do you know anything about Rotterdam having a very theoretical education, professors being less caring or the school being boring? Because I definitely don't want to do an academic career and practical education is better for me. And also I have offers from Durham Lancaster Nottingham and Exeter but Manchester is better for Managemet right? Usually every ranking says Manchester is better except this
https://www.thecompleteuniversitygui...ment%20Studies . Why is that?
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Wired_1800 should provide you with clear and unbiased infoirmation.
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because Wired_1800 said so
Thanks for bringing me into this.
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(Original post by Omer Ege Kokum)
I have offers from:

-University of British Columbia (Bachelor of Commerce) 4 years
-Manchester University [BSc Management (Innovation, Strategy and Entreprenurship)] 3 years
-ESSEC (BSc Global BBA) 4 years
and waiting answer from:
-Rotterdam School of Management (BSc IBA) 3 years
Which school should I attend and why?
Manchester is one of the top unis in the world with very strong graduate prospects. I would go for Manchester based on the academic and overall strength.

Despite the above, I would look at other aspects of University life that you should focus on, such as the opportunity for relevant internships, good support network, the chance to learn from top academics.

I strongly advise you to look at other aspects of the university life that are important to you. If you still struggle, then choose Manchester.

All the best.
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(Original post by Omer Ege Kokum)
Thank you very much for the review it was very helpful. Do you know anything about Rotterdam having a very theoretical education, professors being less caring or the school being boring? Because I definitely don't want to do an academic career and practical education is better for me. And also I have offers from Durham Lancaster Nottingham and Exeter but Manchester is better for Managemet right? Usually every ranking says Manchester is better except this
https://www.thecompleteuniversitygui...ment%20Studies . Why is that?
Obviously if you want to be in the top 10 for graduate employment (4 years in a row) and want a more practical with theory driven course and the best of all mixes, with reputation an affordable city, super modern and expanding campus, great affordable club scene.. a 55:45 female to male student body ratio...... Nottingham is the clear front runner imo.

I study international management at Nottingham....for high achievers this program gives you the sought after international management degree title with better employment prospects and a year abroad on a competition basis is guaranteed at a reduced tuition fee.

So next year im off to malaysia for my 2nd year Since we have a fully integrated sister university there.

But overall Manchester still outranks us....
The only thing is cost of living, your quite poor as a student and how depressing this is in a big city is quite bad, tried it in London for foundation year wasnt happy.

Also if you want to study at a big business school then notts is the place, its purpose built and there are 700 hundred of us over four courses...

Durham is a BA which is awkward,
Lancaster is just dull as hell,
Exeter is too racist for its own good..

Manchester vs.. Nottingham... Erasmus....

A masters. also isnt an academic career, its to get you a high paying job at selective companies in business.

No one here is suggest get a PhD in management thats an "academic career".

Pick between those three.
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