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Hi! I got an offer for masters in management from Aston business school ( option with exchange or double degrees) and Leeds, actually I am waiting for Durham and Cranfield. Which do you advice me to accept and why?
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Hi! I would definitely recommend Aston University; they're basically a specialised business school and I myself will be starting there this September. They have excellent links with various industries too, so that'd be my choice! Good luck whichever you choose buddy!
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Hi! I got an offer for masters in management from Aston business school ( option with exchange or double degrees) and Leeds, actually I am waiting for Durham and Cranfield. Which do you advice me to accept and why?
Hi Leonardo95,

Congratulations on your offers! Aston, Leeds, Durham and Cranfield are great places for Masters in Management course.
However, what are you specifically looking for in a Masters? Are you an international student, for example? Students opt for Cranfield's MiM due to its ranking, research strength and strong links with industry, as we are a postgraduate-only University, but it is important to know what you are looking for so that you can be properly advised! I am studying for my PhD here and these and a few more reasons was why I choose Cranfield for a PhD.

All the very best and let us know how it goes.

Kind Regards,
Cranfield TSR Rep,
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Thank you for your answers and advice. Recently I got an offer from Durham BS Msc Management. Actually I have several choices: Glasgow University (Msc finance and management), Leeds (msc global strategy and innovation management) and msc management at Durham and Aston.
While I am waiting for Cranfield and Trinity responses, I am really uncertain whether to choose Aston or Durham. Durham ranks quite high in QS, in Ft and in the economist too but lots of people say that the business school is not so competitive; consequently, Aston ranks lower than Cranfield, Durham and Leeds but its business school is really impressive for employment and recruiters. On one side Durham is more prestigious but on the other side I have some doubts about recruitment and post-grad opportunities. I would say that lots of students would choose Durham but if you go deeper with the data provided by the two business schools it is not easy to find out which is the best one. I would like to focus my studies on global business and have a wide range of post-grad opportunities in Europe and especially Asia where I would like to work before getting an MBA, if you have other advice I would be grateful.
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Hi,

I’m accepted there for the master in management as well and I decided to go to Leeds because I’ve heard good things about the uni and the city is amazing as well!
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(Original post by Leonardo95)
Thank you for your answers and advice. Recently I got an offer from Durham BS Msc Management. Actually I have several choices: Glasgow University (Msc finance and management), Leeds (msc global strategy and innovation management) and msc management at Durham and Aston.
While I am waiting for Cranfield and Trinity responses, I am really uncertain whether to choose Aston or Durham. Durham ranks quite high in QS, in Ft and in the economist too but lots of people say that the business school is not so competitive; consequently, Aston ranks lower than Cranfield, Durham and Leeds but its business school is really impressive for employment and recruiters. On one side Durham is more prestigious but on the other side I have some doubts about recruitment and post-grad opportunities. I would say that lots of students would choose Durham but if you go deeper with the data provided by the two business schools it is not easy to find out which is the best one. I would like to focus my studies on global business and have a wide range of post-grad opportunities in Europe and especially Asia where I would like to work before getting an MBA, if you have other advice I would be grateful.
Hey and which uni did you choose between aston or durham? I am also passing through the same dilemma between business schoola at aston, leeds and durham.
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