By Jake,Written on Jul 10 , 2019
The part-time MBA program has been excellent. I've been able to manage a tricky schedule with work and study, through small class sizes and a supportive faculty who are always accessible. The course content has been up to date and relevant to my goals, and I've enjoyed applying learning points to my immediate job. It's been challenging in the right way, and a very positive experience overall. Highly recommended.
The Kensington campus could use some touch ups and freshening up, but the classrooms are all OK and there are good study spaces and a nice library. The location is superb in one of the nicest neighborhoods in central London, in my opinion, and near to many museums and other cultural attractions. The Richmond campus is nice as well, and near Richmond park, but the MBA side is at Kensington.
Small class sizes are excellent, and the faculty are always accessible. I also like the Kensington location for the MBA modules. The university also has a Richmond campus, but the MBA modules take place in Kensington.
It's London. It's awesome. Great diversity, super intelligent, stimulating, international. What's not to like? Free museums, easy travel in/out through Gatwick and Heathrow. I love it.
The faculty for the MBA are well connected and students who choose the internship option have had good success in locating high impact internships.
This is five stars. I'm on first name basis with all the faculty, who are experts in their fields. They are always available for help/questions. I do like the small size of the university, in this respect. It feels warm, accessible, friendly, and casual in a good way.
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