Gaining a worthwhile top-level business qualification has long been thought of as a sure-fire way to the Boardroom. But how can you compare two equally good qualifications, that each claim to be the better option?
Masters in Management (MiM) or MBAs? Which comes out on top? A recent article in the Financial Times claimed that MiM graduates will earn an annual average of £25,000 more than their counterparts if they have relevant work experience. Similarly, MBA students will enjoy a higher starting rate.