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MBA after computer Science Engineering and the annual package?
Romil Srivastava Romil Srivastava Member Join date: Dec, 2013 Posts: 1 Points: 0
Sir, i am in final year of my CS engineering and looking for pursuing MBA from london(UK).The first query is about the total expense in the course study in london and secondly if it is going to help me get good packages back in India or even in UK.Also what will be the weightage of a MBA degree from Uk in Indian Market?
  • December 06, 2013
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United Kingdom

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Madhan Kumar Madhan Kumar Expert Join date: Feb, 2013 Posts: 601 Points: 9315

Hi Romil,

If you're looking to do your MBA in the UK, the cost of doing the course at one of the best business schools in the country is just over £57,000 for the full two-year course and additional 10,000 as living expenses. Also, the average entry salary for a graduate from London's School of Business is around £70,000.

Check out the Universities that offer MBA in UK here..

Ruth Lauener profile image Ruth Lauener Contributor Join date: Feb, 2014 Posts: 13 Points: 190 Trusted Advisor

Hi Romil,

It's worth looking into this a little further as you will find that not all business schools in the UK charge this much.  You will find that many universities in the UK will have MBA fees of around £20,000 and many universities will also offer scholarships which will take this cost down even further.  At Sheffield, for example, we are a Triple Crown Accredite Business School so quailty is assured, our fees are circa £19,760 and we have scholarships for Indian students worth up to 50%.  Living costs in the north of the UK are also cheaper than living in London.

However the thing to bear in mind if you are still in your final year is that most MBA courses will require work experience.  So you may wish to consider an MSc from a UK management school instead.  These are typically designed for freshers so would not require the work ex.

I hope this helps.

Thanks,

Ruth

 

Ruth Lauener | The University Of Sheffield
 

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