Is a masters in the UK a good option just after a graduation degree means no work experience for MBA colleges?

Asked by Khushi about 1 year ago

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Shruti g

Shruti g

Investment Professional at TPG Capital; Co-Founder & Co-President at Headway Circuit

It depends on you. Are you happy with a masters in the UK or are you compromising on an MBA degree because you don’t have work experience? This is because there are MBA colleges in the UK that do not ask for work experience for their offered MBA programs. Also, the UK had many good masters as well.

Basically, the UK is a country that is very famous for both business courses and specialized master programs. You have business schools like LBS, Imperial, Alliance, Cranfield and many more. These are some of the best b schools globally. On the other hand, you have universities like UCL, King’s College, University of Edinburgh, Warwick and many more. These are really good for MS courses in different subjects.

So if you look at it, it comes down to your preference. No doubt that a masters in the UK are a very good option just after graduation. But it doesn’t mean you have to do that. If you like, you can apply for an MBA in the UK right after your graduation. These universities are present enough in UK to browse from.

As you have asked for hamsters specifically, I want you to know that most UK based universities offer one-year fast-paced masters courses. They generally stay on tour electives and end fast. So if you are clear on what you want to do in your course, you can save a lot of money and time for a masters degree. The education and value of UK masters are beyond question, it’s only one of the best places for it.


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