Which is best B-School in UK which does not reqire work experience.
Answered by2011-09-15 21:51:59Hi Nazme,
Well most of the reputed B-Schools require work ex. But still to get the exact info, You should visit the British Council.
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Answered by2011-09-18 15:05:18Nazme.London Business School is one of the best B Schools in the world. Though MBA applicants are required to have 5 to 7 years of work experience, MSc in Management course applicants are eligible to apply without any work experience. Please bear in mind that getting admission in LBS is very very difficult. They look for university top rankers. Also, LBS is very expensive.
DENNIS VASANTHAKUMAR PAUL Education Consultant | Guide-Level 122011-09-27 19:51:07You can do MBA in UK without exereince in the following universites.
1. www.uwic.ac.uk Univeristy of Wales institute,Cardiff
2. www.lmu.ac.uk Leeds Metropolitan University
3. Www.coventry.ac.uk Coventry University, london campus.
4. www.gre.ac.uk Greenwich University . thsi university offers International business managemetn MBA with one year internership.
Answered by2011-09-19 10:41:24Dear MaheshIn UK there is lots of university which provide management courses but i wanna suggest you that if you want doing mba from best B- School so , most of the university require ment is minimum 3 years. Otherwise some univesity can take your admission without experience.
Aneeket Barua Manager (Product Operation)- Infoedge India Ltd. | Guide-Level 112011-09-19 14:52:45Dear Nazme,
Most of the B-Schools in the UK, requires minimum 2 years of work experience for pursuing MBA, how ever there are few schools , which do not require work experience, for details regarding those college you can refer to British Council website.
How ever for students who do not have any work experience, and still want to pursue Management education, then the best option available form them is to pursue MSc (Management), MSc.(Marketing), MSc (Finance) etc, as MSc do not requires any work experience.
For more details, Please free to ask.
Hope this helps.
All The Best!
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