Master in Marketing - Cranfield, King's, Newcastle or NEOMA Watch

Tita Leela
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I'm Thai and I graduated from Faculty of Arts. I am looking for studying a master in marketing with focus on practise. I also prefer a consultancy project rather than thesis because I think the project could benefit me more.

The courses I am eager to learn are related to Customer Behaviour, Brand management and Marketing Strategies which include group work or projects in order to adapt my theory to practice. If there is some marketing competitions, I would be happy to join too.

Now, I got several offers:
1. Cranfield University - MSc in Strategic Marketing
2. King's College London - MSc in International Marketing
4. Newcastle London - MSc International Marketing
5. NEOMA Business School (France) - MSc Marketing in French Excellence
6. Toulouse Business School (France) - MSc Marketing Management and Communication
7. Rennes Business School (France)- MSc International Marketing

I also wait for the response from Imperial College, CASS and HEC Paris.

My questions are:
1. I am concerned about university's reputation due to the fact that I might get back to work in Thailand but I want to be in the top rank marketing course which I think would benefit me if I work in Europe. Do you have recommendations for me?

2. As I can speak French, should I study in France or in England, which one would I would be most likely to get a job more?

Thank you in advance for your reply
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First of all, congratulations on your offer from both top universities! The next step involves comparing the quality of education they both offer in that field along with the respective cost, and finally, its living cost. An MSc. in in Strategic Marketing at Cranfield University is ranked in the QS World University Rankings as of 2019, 4th in the UK and 12th in the world! See link: https://www.topmba.com/business-mast...marketing/2019

Furthermore, Cranfield School of Management has produced a lot of notable alumni spanning from Warren East CBE (Chief Executive, Rolls-Royce), Sir Charlie Mayfield (Chairman, John Lewis Partnership), Anthony Jenkins (Former Chief Executive, Barclays Bank), and list goes on…spreading across the globe!
Our latest alumni include Dimitris Sylligardakis, Digital Marketing Executive, Whitezip, Strategic Marketing MSc alumnus, 2017. See link below for a bit of motivation 
Notable alumni- https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/som/abou...notable-alumni
Alumni for management- https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/som/cran...lumni-profiles
https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/som/mast...egic-marketing

Our strong alumni network contributes to an efficient networking system around the globe which could aid fresh graduates from any management related courses. Cranfield University offers an industrial based approach in our modules and group/individual projects making it easier for you to fit into the labour market (workplace) quickly.
In regards to your question about which you get a hold of jobs easily? The language you speak doesn't neccesarily matter but the school's reputation and hold in the labour market does! .Fact!, we have affiliations with nearly 1500 organisations worldwide. Check out cranfield affiliation with companies worldwide. See below: https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/business...o-we-work-with

Diving straight into the course itself. MSc in Strategic Marketing is one of its kind, and incredibly diverse, giving you the opportunity to learn new cultures, marketing insights and experience. The course consists of 12 mandatory modules including managing brands and CRM/ Customer Experience which answers the questions concerning your areas of interest . Furthermore, we do have consultancy project of which you can partake of and in addition, your course director is always there to assists in event of any issue. Please take a look at our programme highlights.
On completion, companies our students have worked with include Google, Nike, Cobra Beer, InterContinental Hotels Group, Acer and Sainsbury’s, etc.

Finally, from the cost perspective, MSc. in Strategic Marketing at Cranfield University is about £6220.00 cheaper relative to the rest of the universities you mentioned. The living expenses at Cranfield is almost triple times cheaper than at any other school you have applied for. Furthermore, at Cranfield University, distractions and travel hassles are almost eliminated as Cranfield town is not too busy unlike London.
Just to add, as we speak, we have scholarships for September entry if you wish to apply 
See link: https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/som/fund...d-scholarships

I hope you get a bigger picture of what Cranfield University would offer you on your stay throughout your course. For any more questions, don’t hesitate to ask me.

For more information on the Msc. in Strategic Marketing, Please visit https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/som/mast...egic-marketing

Cheers,
Akan-PhD student at Cranfield University
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In terms the reputation for the uk unis I'd say it is:

1. Imperial
2.Cass
3. Kings
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