Ranking and reputation
Choosing the right Masters programme might become the challenge of your life, so you should pay a great attention to every detail when making this decision about your future. One of the easiest ways to get a good orientation is by using the help of the Masters’ rankings. Different sources of rankings offer different opinions, and these rankings should be taken as an additional factor when considering a programme. Be aware that rankings never represent all factors about schools and that some of these factors may be crucial to your choice. At the same time, considered as supplementary information, rankings may give you some interesting insights.
How Masters Rankings Can Help School Selection
Masters rankings can be a great resource to assist you in the selection of a post-graduate degree programme by revealing the quality and diversity of options available. ...
Business School Rankings and Accreditations: How to Use Them
One way to narrow the search for your ideal post-graduate university is to look at its position in business school rankings and the levels of accreditation each has attained. Both are valuable tools for gauging the quality of a school, but they are completely different in terms of how they evaluate universities and their programmes. You need to understand the differences between rankings, accreditation, and overall reputation in order to use them effectively in your selection process....