I have received offers for the 1 year MiM at LSE, and MSc International Management at Imperial. I'm still waiting for a response for LSE's MSc Management & Strategy programme.
I'm am aiming to break into strategy consulting (MBB/global boutique) after my masters.
Personally, considering all 3, i believe MSc Mgmt. & Strategy provides the best opportunities as linkedin showed me strong alumni profiles, and the career destinations advertised on the programme webpage include the best strategy consultancies out there. It is also more interesting, as it is a specialist programme on strategy (behavioural economics) rather than a general management course (i did a Mgmt & Finance BSc, so a general mgmt programme would be repetitive).
If i don't get an offer for Mgmt & Strat, i'll have to choose between MiM at LSE or IM at Imperial. Any suggestions on how these weigh against each other?
Experience-sie... Imperial does provide more international opportunities with a trip to Europe and a weeklong consulting expedition to Brazil/India (don't know how covid-19 is going to affect this)... but I feel that it's business school isn't that reputable in strategy consulting when compared to LSE.
My current understanding from searching around is:
Prestiege for strategy consulting: LSE MS > LSE MiM > ICL IM
Course content: LSE MS > LSE MiM = ICL IM
International exposure: ICL IM > LSE MiM > LSE MS
Overall: LSE MS > LSE MiM ? ICL IM
Any suggestions on how i should weigh the MIM and IM and if i'm correct in that LSE Mgmt & Strategy is the best option? Thank you very much!
Thank you very much!