MiM Univ Selection -Need Urgent Help

Application & Admission
  • Posted by adicool121 on 12/18/10 9:02am

    Hello guys I'm a MiM aspirant for '11 intake.
    I'm from engineering background with GRE (1310) and TOEFL (107 iBT)
    Have not taken GMAT.
    I have shortlisted following programs and I wanted to know my selection about these programs from you guys:

    University of Maastricht, School of Business & Economics - International Business
    Queens University Ontario - MSc In Management
    University College Dublin, Smurfit Business School - MSc in Management Consulting

    Also it will be great if you could suggest me some other good universities that I can apply to with my current qualification.

    Thanks and Regards
    Aditya

    • Posted by Thomas Graf on 12/21/10 7:20pm

      Hi Aditya,

      check my answer at Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Master-in-Management-Compass/112359105465700.

      Best wishes
      Thomas

    • Posted by joaquim.bdo on 12/22/10 10:44pm

      Dear Aditya,

      I am a former Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School student (graduated in 2010) and I would strongly recommend to you that school. It's a very international school that is every year a bit stronger.

      you will find for example : Ten reasons to join useful.

      I could summaries Vlerick like this:

      • good mix between theory and practical examples
      • great teachers, always there to help
      • Great class managers (every class is managed by a Vlerick staff)
      • amazing In-company project (2 class mates and I had to develop an entirely new departement in the yacht mangement industry)
      • cool business games along the year
      • good parties (play hard, work hard)
      • good networking events
      • A proactive career center with loads of help in order to find the perfect job afterwards

      I could continue for long but I will stop here.
      Feel free to ask specific questions and I will answer asap

      BR,

      Joaquim BdO

    • Posted by adicool121 on 12/23/10 3:55am

      Dear Joaquim,
      I cannot apply to vlerick this year as I do not have GMAT score,
      Hence based upon my GRE score, I am applying to above universities. Can you suggest me any other univs where I can apply? (I am from engineering background)

    • Posted by kush on 12/23/10 3:06pm

      Hi Joaquim

      I'm a student from India as well, and I'm planning to apply to Vlerick for the Master's in General Management program.

      Just a quick question: Will this degree hold me in good stead if I choose to return to India, i.e. is it well known outside of Belgium?

      Thanks and Merry Christmas

      Kushal

    • Posted by Thomas Graf on 01/11/11 4:27pm

      Hey Aditya,

      I was in contact with the UCD Michael Smurfit School of Business this morning and mentioned that one of our users (you) is interested in their Master in Management program.

      They recommend you to send an email to [email subject=smurfit.admissions@ucd.ie]smurfit.admissions@ucd.ie[/email]. Feel free to mention me as a reference.

      Best wishes
      Thomas

    • Posted by mohinish1986 on 01/20/11 3:56pm

      Dear Aditya,

      I am Mohinish, currently doing my Masters in Management(MIM) at Warwick Business School.I also have an engineering background, BE Electronics and Communication from PSG college of Technology, Anna University, India. I would strongly recommend you consider Warwick as one of your top options for pursuing a Masters.

      The reason's being:

      • Warwick Business School (WBS) is highly regarded nationally and Internationally. It ranks within the top 20 Business Schools in the World and top 5 Business Schools in UK.
      • The mix of International students at Warwick gives you and opportunity to interact with student from different cultures and backgrounds.
      • The MIM course at warwick is designed to ensure the core subjects are understood clearly to students from each and every background of undergraduation.
      • The Professors are extremely friendly and easily approachable.
      • The course is very corporate oriented. It prepares you for the corporate World. Careers Sessions are included in the course to help you prepare yourself for the market situation. Apart from this the University provides additional career Guidance as well.
      • The Warwick Experience, the state of the art facilities on Campus which includes The Library, accommodation, Gym and other recreational activities.
      • Warwick University it self is a splendid place to be the campus is always buzzing with activites, A very active students Union with over 250 clubs and societies, Which include Technology, Cultural, Adventure sports and many more.

      I think the reasons I have given are a few among the many that a student should consider Warwick Business School.

      Incase you wanna contact me Please feel free to email me at : MIM10MA@mail.wbs.ac.uk or mohinish1986@gmail.com

      You may also want to look at the WBS website. Here is the link to the Masters in Management page. You will find all the required information here.

      http://www.wbs.ac.uk/students/masters/management/

      Best regards

      Mohinish Chand Alahari