MBA-Sept 2008 intake - recommend universities in UK

posted
02-Apr-08, 08:10
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posted about 12 years ago
Hi I am applying for sept 2008 intake for MBA in UK. i can arrange finance upto 12 lacs for fees. can any1 suggest good universties for me??
also wud like to know any info regarding local scholarships in mumbai.
posted
02-Apr-08, 10:10
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by golfpro
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posted about 12 years ago
Google for MBA league tables.
posted
04-Apr-08, 18:34
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by jas23
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posted about 12 years ago
1)LBS
2)Warwick
3)Manchester
4)LUMS
etc
posted
04-Apr-08, 19:06
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posted about 12 years ago
jas23..
they wont come under 12 lacs!!
posted
23-Apr-08, 11:49
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posted about 12 years ago
The University of Central Lancashire has a good MBA course which costs Indian students £10,500. Course fees are normally £12,500 but Indian students get a bursary of £1500.

www.uclan.ac.uk/facs/lbs/courses/postgraduate/index.htm

Hope that helps.
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24-Apr-08, 17:12
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by golfpro
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posted about 12 years ago
I mentioned it in another post but...UClan and fees of £10K+ don't go together well in the same sentence. Not a great University. Find somewhere better.
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28-Apr-08, 18:27
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posted about 12 years ago
this forum has a lot of rankings in one place, you could look here

uk-universities.blogspot.com
posted
07-May-08, 04:02
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posted about 12 years ago
Dear Karan,

I will suggest if you can add [email protected] or [email protected] and can be discussed further on online.
You can also visit www.studentssolution.co.uk for details on various course.

I would be interested to about your work experience, education (grades). MBA does requires a few year of work experience, depending where you applyng to. In your range, you can try for Birmingham City University, Bournemouth, Glamorgan University. These all are moderate level university, however under such range these will work. Alternatively, you can probably study in a college and get degree from university. MBA in college would be around 8500 pounds..

Regards
Students Solution
www.studentssolution.co.uk
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posted
07-May-08, 06:56
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posted about 12 years ago
Thanks for your response, I have 3 years of work experience in real estate. Currently working with a multi national company. I have achieved first grade in B.com.
posted
07-May-08, 12:36
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posted about 12 years ago
Hello there,

That is fair enough. I would suggest to send your resume and either send you number on email or add us on any of the messengers (yahoo, msn or gmail) and we can talk on possible options. What is IELTS or TOEFL status? Have you received any score yet?

Thanks
Students Solution
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25-May-08, 12:12
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by aview
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posted about 12 years ago
There are many views on the topic
www.topmbarankings.info
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26-May-08, 10:13
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posted about 12 years ago
Hey thanks a ton aview, site is really useful.
Thanks again.
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15-Jul-08, 20:28
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posted about 12 years ago
"Student solutions.co.uk" seems to be associated with some low ranked colleges/universities. UEL is legal but one of the lowest ranked in UK. LSC is a money making scheme (they admitted it to me, saying because they are a profit making college they take in weak students. Their Dean of Business, Geoff Lancaster, is linked to at least one other dubious college, Kingsbridge--they once offered me money to help in their fraud). School of Computing and Management offers degrees from Australian Institute of Bus. Admin,AIBA. The Australian government say it is not authorised ny them to offer degrees outside Australia. (AIBA is part of Gibaran; check anything to do with AIBA and Gibaran. I know they have links with several back street outfits in the UK).
posted
21-Jan-09, 07:24
by solly
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posted about 11 years ago
I had an awful experience with London School of Business and Finance (LSBF). They pressurized me into a signing up which then left me without any options. They were where very unhelpful after paying the hefty £1,500 deposit, which hardly any other other schools require.
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05-Apr-09, 18:51
by loy
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posted about 11 years ago
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