im looking at RMIT Marketing course,
- The Bachelor of Business (Marketing) prepares students for the global marketplace and a career in marketing. The marketing degree at RMIT is multidisciplinary and involves a broad range of business courses.
or UOL business
- This degree combines established core management subjects with comtemporary business subjects, giving students a thorough grounding for a career in business.
The degree provides a solid understanding of the different functional areas of business and a good foundation for a career in management.
The degree is designed to develop excellent analytical skills which are invaluable to the decision making role of management.
or UOL managment
-The degree provides you with the skills to analyse management issues critically and enables you to pursue a range of career opportunities in commerce, industry and education.
This programme gives students the opportunity to study the activities of management and the environment which the manager operates in. The degree offers an opportunity for critical and theoretical study, particularly in economics.
i want to study business in marketing and currently i am confused which of this two school to choose.
RMIT offer the course that i wanted which is Bachelor of Business (Marketing), but UOL only offers Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Business and Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Management both offer degrees however RMIT do not give out honors, unlike UOL.
UOL school fees is also slightly cheaper than RMIT, approx 5 -6k, and yet they give out degree with honors.
I am in a serious dillemma, any good advice anyone?
The University of London is definitely more recognised worldwide than the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne. And the degree is awarded by University of London in association with the world famous, globally renowned London School of Economics and Political Science(commonly referred to as LSE, and its Economics programs are ranked #1 in the world), so I daresay the University of London degree will be more worthwhile. And its an Honours degree too, which will carry more weight in the eyes of a potential employer or university admissions officer, should you plan to study further later on. Astonishingly, it works out to be cheaper too. What more reasons could you possibly want?
by: The Answerer
on: 7th December 08