Here are some good UK universities for MSC in business analytics:
1.) Imperial College Business School
2.) University of Warwick
3.) University of Bath
4.) Alliance Manchester Business School
5.) Lancaster University
The job prospects are pretty decent for the course. The opportunities lie in various areas of Computer Science/Technology. Career profiles include:
Operations Research Analyst, etc.
The cost of studying in UK depends on the university and the course you want to study
But to give you a general idea, the cost of studying in UK for international students can vary between £10,000 and £26,000 annually
This depends on a lot of factors, Anamika
the answer is different for different students UK accepts people who have 12+3 years of education
The others don't
Australia is more expensive than US
US and Australia have 2 year courses, UK has just 1 year master courses
It's easy to find a job related to your field in US
UK is known for cybersecurity, gaming, etc.
Hey Prateek, each country has there own style and concepts regarding the interior of a house or any other building for that matter. While there is an immense influence of all these cultures on each other, the fact is, each country has its own specializations. Therefore, depending upon the kind of specializations you want to choose, your education destination will vary. For example, if you are looking for a modern design then choose the US, and if you want to learn European design, then choose European countries like the UK, France or Ireland. Each country provides a new and different type of designing curriculum. Choose a country that suits your design style and if affordable and provides a good ROI.
The Netherlands uses the English language for their academic purposes, so you have to give IELTS/TOEFL (which is required by the university) and the scores required for TOEFL are minimum 80 while the IELTS needs a score of at least 6.5 out of 9. For Masters, most universities usually require a minimum 70% in the Bachelors's. You'll need a GMAT score of a minimum of 500 and a GRE score of a minimum of 288. But the exact scores depend upon the course you want to apply for. Check this blog out, it has all the info about studying in the Netherlands :- https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/studying-in-netherlands-costs-universities-scholarships-more/
The application process differs for Bachelors and Masters differs slightly. So supposing that you are applying for Masters in UK, you'll need to apply for your program of choice on the university website. You can scan and upload all your necessary documents, scores, degree information, etc. on the university website. Make sure you send in your Statement of Purpose (SOP), Letters of recommendation (LORs), IELTS scores, etc. for the relevant program based on the university's requirement criteria. Hope this answer helps! You can read about the top universities for MBA in UK here- https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/top-universities-for-mba-in-uk-fees-ranks-programs/