What do you guys think about UCL MSc Management?
I'm a CS Engineering graduate(2022 pass out) from India. I am interested in MiM so that I could switch to Management Consulting which is something that's impossible with my current undergraduate degree and its lack of prestige.
I was able to get a CGPA of 9.52/10 for my undergrad and have been working in the operations wing of Google for the past four months. Even though I know that competitive B-schools like LBS, LSE, and Imperial requires GMAT for a successful application, I came to know about UCL MSc Management which doesn't require one. I am preparing for the GMAT but at a really slow pace(The job is a bit demanding and takes almost 12 hrs per day).
Just wanted to know, how MSc Management from UCL is perceived from a recruiter's perspective. Can an international student like myself have better chances of securing a career in MC once I have finished this?
P.S.: My long-term goal is to stay in the UK.
It is an okish course. Only thing UCL is not really a management school but you will have the UCL name. Clearly not a target at all....
Thank you for your reply. I guess I shouldn't apply after all.
With your GPA and a good GMAT you can aim for the big ones: LBS or LSE. Even though, I always recommend LBS over LSE for its more practical style.
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