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Dear All,
Could you please help me to decide, which University/B-School I should go to do my MSc in HR. I am personally keen on two things, Employment prospects in the UK and beyond and International reputation/ranking.

1. LSE
2. Alliance Manchester School of Business
3. The University of Edinburgh Business School
4. Cranfield School of Management
5. Durham Business School.

Thanks for your kind suggestions/recommendations in advance.

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Dear All,
Could you please help me to decide, which University/B-School I should go to do my MSc in HR. I am personally keen on two things, Employment prospects in the UK and beyond and International reputation/ranking.

1. LSE
2. Alliance Manchester School of Business
3. The University of Edinburgh Business School
4. Cranfield School of Management
5. Durham Business School.

Thanks for your kind suggestions/recommendations in advance.

kind Regards
Hi there!

Great to hear you're thinking of Cranfield. We're quite a specialist university, focussing mainly on engineering and management, and we're well known within these industries.
The Masters that probably best suits your needs is our Management and Human Resource Management MSc:
https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/som/mast...rce-management

There's lots of posts on our blog, most of which are written by students, so you can get an idea what studying at Cranfield is like:
https://blogs.cranfield.ac.uk/catego...hip-management

With regards to employment, we have been ranked second in the UK for graduate employment. Management MSc graduates have secured jobs with a diverse range of companies including Virgin Active Group, Whirlpool, BNP Paribas, IKEA, Skanska, Withers Worldwide, Grant Thornton, Vodaphone and Ericsson. Their roles have included Project Manager, Senior Business Analyst, Consultancy Analyst and Sales Trader.

We have a dedicated careers service that's always available to help you out, and the university regularly offers training for employability skills.

Is there anything else you'd like to learn about Cranfield?

Hope this helps

Katherine
Student Ambassador
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