Require suggestion on MBA in UK 2011


ash10

Hi there,
I'm a software professional with 2.6 yrs of experience from India. I'm interested in doing my MBA with specialization in Human Resources. I haven't taken my GMAT yet as I'm pretty occupied with work.
Pls suggest some good universities in UK where HR department is good and also having employment opportunities.
Here are some of the universities I came across in various ranking tables, but not sure if they are good in HR:
Warwick
Manchester
Lancaster
Birmingham
Edinburgh
Cranfield
Bath

Looking forward for ur help.

Hi there,
I'm a software professional with 2.6 yrs of experience from India. I'm interested in doing my MBA with specialization in Human Resources. I haven't taken my GMAT yet as I'm pretty occupied with work.
Pls suggest some good universities in UK where HR department is good and also having employment opportunities.
Here are some of the universities I came across in various ranking tables, but not sure if they are good in HR:
Warwick
Manchester
Lancaster
Birmingham
Edinburgh
Cranfield
Bath

Looking forward for ur help.
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Mamit

hi Ash,
I would not recommend MBA in HR rather that i would suggest for General MBA. Because it will keep all options open for you, and being an overseas candidate it will be really difficult to get job opportunities in HR area in the UK due to cultural and language difference.
Most of the top B-School offers wide range of electives to choose from so you can very well choose modules of HR in your MBA if you want.
and if you have just 2.6 years of Work then none of these universities will accept you in 12 months MBA program. so i think you would need to look for other schools as well.

hi Ash,
I would not recommend MBA in HR rather that i would suggest for General MBA. Because it will keep all options open for you, and being an overseas candidate it will be really difficult to get job opportunities in HR area in the UK due to cultural and language difference.
Most of the top B-School offers wide range of electives to choose from so you can very well choose modules of HR in your MBA if you want.
and if you have just 2.6 years of Work then none of these universities will accept you in 12 months MBA program. so i think you would need to look for other schools as well.
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