I just wanted to know if anyone from London has heard about South Thames college.
I want to do my MBA in this college. But, I'm not sure sure about how reliable the college is and whether it's registered for the course. I read on their website that it's been there since 100 years. And they are also building a new building which is a 100 million project. The MBA course is 1.5 year and remaining 6 months they offer internship of £1000 per mo. The total fees is around £8000.
I'm a commerce graduate, 19 years old. Or else can you'll suggest me some other university or college that offers MBA for about £10000. I don't have any job experience at present.
Can someone help me on this.
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- Thread Starter
- 16-07-2009 20:58
- 17-07-2009 11:28
MBAs are supposed to be for experienced business managers. I'd be very wary of any MBA course that would let in someone with your lack of experience. I'd suggest getting a job first.
- 17-07-2009 11:37
Why on earth would you even be thinking of doing an MBA when you're only 19?..
Graduate with the best result possible first, get a few years work experience after.. THEN start seriously thinking about it as an option...
- 17-07-2009 14:18
I would advise against it, for numerous reasons:
1. You're only 19 years old! Any MBA worth it's salt wouldn't let a 19 year old in.
2. MBAs are only worthwhile when you have prior experience.
3. There are numerous colleges dotted around london that offer MBAs - for the most part, these colleges are nothing more than diploma mills. The fact that I haven't heard of South Thames College suggests that this is one such college. Be very weary about signing on for courses with colleges without giving them a thorough background check first.