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Tier 1, Tier 2 are very subjective. Even the ranking are very subjective. What most important is mutual FIT.
MBS is definite an excellent school and I personally rank MBS just after LBS, in the same league of OxBridge, Cranfield and Warwick.
@batiatus said:Thnx for ur POV. But1) I know what I'm doing. So nothing is wrong2) Financial constraints are something only an applicant knows3) I believe I have the profile that deserves a scholarship
@WouldBeCrazy said:If your scholarship amount decides your decision to join a school, something is seriously wrong. I joined a programme without knowing scholarship decision against 10K scholarship and 6K scholarship on hand from two similar schools. In long term, those 10Ks are just peanuts!!If you have offer from better school (in UK that means only LBS and Cran) then no issue but joining a questionable 2nd tier school for fat scholarship may not be a wise idea. Anyway, my POV.
@batiatus said:I'm in for Manchester MBA Class of 2015. But no scholarship. Hence, wont b joining. My profile:GMAT: 680Work-ex: 41 months till date with a Big4 player in a pseudo-corporate finance roleEC: ExceptionalComm service: NoneAcads: Poor (from a top-tier college of Delhi University)Interview went brilliantly and exactly the way I wanted.
I'm in for Manchester MBA Class of 2015. But no scholarship. Hence, wont b joining. My profile:
@Inita said:@AK1809Thanks a lot for that info!! I am still in the process of applying to UK Universities.. I have a doubt regarding the visa procedure too.. Would be great if anyone could help - I am aware (as per university visa guide pages and other sources) that one needs to maintain a certain minimum balance (tuition fees + 1 year of living expenses) 6 months prior to applying for a UK T4 General Visa(for MBA). However, I did not find any mention of a requirement (of funds/balance to be maintained for 6 months) on the UKBA website, instead i got that they require us to show a balance of funds for a continuos 28 day period. Could you help me as which one of these two is actually correct - 28 day balance or 6 months balance? I require this info urgently as my dates of feedback are in the next week... Thanks a lot in advance.. would be great if you could help.. Inita
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