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Mitchell Said:I'm taking MBA next year (2010) in UK, Glasgow or Newcastle Upon Tyne?
We Answered:I'm going to say Newcastle, not just because I live there, but because I truly believe it's the better city.
1. Northumbria offers some very well recognised courses for certain subjects. I've never even heard of Glasgow Caledonian before.
2. Both cities have lots of interesting things to see and do. People from Newcastle are very well known for their friendliness. I don't know if the same is true for Glaswegians.
Like all cities, both have good areas to live and not-so-good areas to live. The problem with Glasgow is that it's quite rough and you would have to travel quite far from the city to find somewhere nice to live. It's a lot like Birmingham in that respect. Newcastle has lots of nice area's close to the city centre.
In terms of living costs and weather, there isn't much difference between the two (living expenses - reasonable, weather - like anywhere in the UK, generally rubbish).
You shouldn't have difficulty finding work in either city either, as long as you're prepared to look for it.
3. There's only one city between Newcastle and Glasgow, and that is Edinburgh. I still prefer Newcastle though.
There's a lot to be said for Newcastle. I've lived here for a long time and will always consider it home. Saying that, I know a lot of people who have come to study here and stayed once they finished university. It's that kind of place. Very friendly, great atmosphere, nice places to live, fantastic nightlife, close to amazing countryside - what more could you want?
Darrell Said:I'm taking MBA next year (2010) in UK, Glasgow or Newcastle Upon Tyne?
We Answered:I would suggest Glasgow although Newcastle is nice as well. have you thought of the MBA at Strathclyde university, Glasgow. It has a very high reputation.
Susan Said:I'm taking MBA next year (2010) in UK, Glasgow or Newcastle Upon Tyne?
We Answered:go to newcastle.
the people there are really friendly.
it has ok weather, not the best, but still it has sunny days like any other town/city
theres plenty of student accomadation in newcastle, i have no idea about prices.
the nightlife in newcastle is meant to be a good night out, if thats your sort of thing.
and many bars and restraunts employ students so you'd probs get a job easily.
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