Anyone any idea about Global MBA?


rraheja
I know about an MBA, but anyone is there who can provide me some info about Global MBA as in the recent few month, I have been listening about this program a lot. Any idea?

Thanks a lot.
I know about an MBA, but anyone is there who can provide me some info about Global MBA as in the recent few month, I have been listening about this program a lot. Any idea?

Thanks a lot.
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Duncan
Are you referring to a specific programme? If not, please read http://www.find-mba.com/board/24390
Are you referring to a specific programme? If not, please read http://www.find-mba.com/board/24390
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davidsmart
I know about an MBA, but anyone is there who can provide me some info about Global MBA as in the recent few month, I have been listening about this program a lot. Any idea?

Thanks a lot.


Global MBA is more like an international MBA as compared to traditional MBA which is mostly local.
<blockquote>I know about an MBA, but anyone is there who can provide me some info about Global MBA as in the recent few month, I have been listening about this program a lot. Any idea?

Thanks a lot.</blockquote>

Global MBA is more like an international MBA as compared to traditional MBA which is mostly local.
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nitenya
Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba
Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba
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Duncan
LBS does not offer a degree called the "Global MBA". Really, it is schools' faculty and alumni which determine how global it is, not adjectives.
LBS does not offer a degree called the "Global MBA". Really, it is schools' faculty and alumni which determine how global it is, not adjectives.
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nitenya
LBS does not offer a degree called the "Global EMBA". Really, it is schools' faculty and alumni which determine how global it is, not adjectives.


But here, they have EMBA-Global. I think, it is an executive MBA, but then I am not sure about the program.

So what would you suggest which one to apply for? S P Jain or LBS or any other B-School that could provide the Global opportunity.
<blockquote>LBS does not offer a degree called the "Global EMBA". Really, it is schools' faculty and alumni which determine how global it is, not adjectives.</blockquote>

But here, they have EMBA-Global. I think, it is an executive MBA, but then I am not sure about the program.

So what would you suggest which one to apply for? S P Jain or LBS or any other B-School that could provide the Global opportunity.
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Duncan
The EMBA Global is a programme that leads to a dual degree called "Master of Business Administration". "Global" is simply an adjective, to indicate that the programme is taught in three continents. Other programmes use that adjective for a range of reasons. It has no consistent meaning.
The EMBA Global is a programme that leads to a dual degree called "Master of Business Administration". "Global" is simply an adjective, to indicate that the programme is taught in three continents. Other programmes use that adjective for a range of reasons. It has no consistent meaning.
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The EMBA Global is a programme that leads to a dual degree called "Master of Business Administration". "Global" is simply an adjective, to indicate that the programme is taught in three continents. Other programmes use that adjective for a range of reasons. It has no consistent meaning.


Yes, this is absolutely correct. The term "Global" preceding the MBA degree title has become a marketing overkill.
<blockquote>The EMBA Global is a programme that leads to a dual degree called "Master of Business Administration". "Global" is simply an adjective, to indicate that the programme is taught in three continents. Other programmes use that adjective for a range of reasons. It has no consistent meaning. </blockquote>

Yes, this is absolutely correct. The term "Global" preceding the MBA degree title has become a marketing overkill.
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yashverma
The EMBA Global is a programme that leads to a dual degree called "Master of Business Administration". "Global" is simply an adjective, to indicate that the programme is taught in three continents. Other programmes use that adjective for a range of reasons. It has no consistent meaning.


Yes, this is absolutely correct. The term "Global" preceding the MBA degree title has become a marketing overkill.


So is it a marketing strategy you mean? But why the business school like LBS & SP Jain would do such for marketing. For LBS, I can understand their reputability based on their alums and programs while S P Jain provides study opportunities in three international different cities - Dubai, Singapore & Sydney. So some how I am not agreed to you mate, sorry but yeah!
<blockquote><blockquote>The EMBA Global is a programme that leads to a dual degree called "Master of Business Administration". "Global" is simply an adjective, to indicate that the programme is taught in three continents. Other programmes use that adjective for a range of reasons. It has no consistent meaning. </blockquote>

Yes, this is absolutely correct. The term "Global" preceding the MBA degree title has become a marketing overkill.</blockquote>

So is it a marketing strategy you mean? But why the business school like LBS & SP Jain would do such for marketing. For LBS, I can understand their reputability based on their alums and programs while S P Jain provides study opportunities in three international different cities - Dubai, Singapore & Sydney. So some how I am not agreed to you mate, sorry but yeah!
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yashverma
The EMBA Global is a programme that leads to a dual degree called "Master of Business Administration". "Global" is simply an adjective, to indicate that the programme is taught in three continents. Other programmes use that adjective for a range of reasons. It has no consistent meaning.


While somehow I am agreed to Duncan saying it as an Adjective, defining various means to GLOBAL in this context.
<blockquote>The EMBA Global is a programme that leads to a dual degree called "Master of Business Administration". "Global" is simply an adjective, to indicate that the programme is taught in three continents. Other programmes use that adjective for a range of reasons. It has no consistent meaning. </blockquote>

While somehow I am agreed to Duncan saying it as an Adjective, defining various means to GLOBAL in this context.
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Duncan
Marketing isn't lying. It's not necessarily a scheme to describe a programme as global, so when LBS and SP Jain have "global" programmes what they mean is that these are programmes taught more or less equally across different locations in different campuses. That's quite different from some other Global MBAs: some of them are global because they are aimed at international students, most of whom will return to their own country. Others are off-campus, distance-learning programmes.

What they all have in common is that the programmes are aimed at international students and relate to international business. However, for example, almost every top-tier MBA in Europe and Asia has those aims, so the "global' adjective doesn't uniquely describe such programmes.
Marketing isn't lying. It's not necessarily a scheme to describe a programme as global, so when LBS and SP Jain have "global" programmes what they mean is that these are programmes taught more or less equally across different locations in different campuses. That's quite different from some other Global MBAs: some of them are global because they are aimed at international students, most of whom will return to their own country. Others are off-campus, distance-learning programmes.

What they all have in common is that the programmes are aimed at international students and relate to international business. However, for example, almost every top-tier MBA in Europe and Asia has those aims, so the "global' adjective doesn't uniquely describe such programmes.
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rraheja
Wow!!! Lot many discussions happened here.. I'm sorry. I was quite busy with the other stuffs.

Now I am checking out each and every discussion.
Wow!!! Lot many discussions happened here.. I'm sorry. I was quite busy with the other stuffs.

Now I am checking out each and every discussion.
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rraheja
Are you referring to a specific programme? If not, please read http://www.find-mba.com/board/24390


Hello Duncan,

Thanks for this link. I went through the thread but quite unclear which one college to pick. I've got GMAT score 670.

So please suggest which one institute would be good to apply for.

Thanks a lot!
<blockquote>Are you referring to a specific programme? If not, please read http://www.find-mba.com/board/24390</blockquote>

Hello Duncan,

Thanks for this link. I went through the thread but quite unclear which one college to pick. I've got GMAT score 670.

So please suggest which one institute would be good to apply for.

Thanks a lot!
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rraheja
Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba


Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan
<blockquote>Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba</blockquote>

Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan
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Duncan
Roshan, I don't know anything about your background or goals, or even if you are focussing on a part-time or full-time programme. Considering that you are an Indian with a 670 GMAT, I think you should be looking at schools with an average GMAT at or under 620. How about Strathclyde (if your integrative, leadership and soft skills are weaker) or Durham (if your functional and analytical skills are weaker)?
Roshan, I don't know anything about your background or goals, or even if you are focussing on a part-time or full-time programme. Considering that you are an Indian with a 670 GMAT, I think you should be looking at schools with an average GMAT at or under 620. How about Strathclyde (if your integrative, leadership and soft skills are weaker) or Durham (if your functional and analytical skills are weaker)?
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nitenya
Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba


Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan


Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba


Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan


Hello Roshan,

I am sure that S P Jain can give you the global exposure. As if you will check their alumni, they are almost present in the diverse countries, and working in top MNCs.

Check out their website, it will help you to get more info about S P Jain. http://www.spjain.org/index.aspx

Hopefully, it will help you out.

Happy to help!
<blockquote><blockquote>Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba</blockquote>

Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan</blockquote>

<blockquote><blockquote>Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba</blockquote>

Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan</blockquote>

Hello Roshan,

I am sure that S P Jain can give you the global exposure. As if you will check their alumni, they are almost present in the diverse countries, and working in top MNCs.

Check out their website, it will help you to get more info about S P Jain. http://www.spjain.org/index.aspx

Hopefully, it will help you out.

Happy to help!
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rraheja
Roshan, I don't know anything about your background or goals, or even if you are focussing on a part-time or full-time programme. Considering that you are an Indian with a 670 GMAT, I think you should be looking at schools with an average GMAT at or under 620. How about Strathclyde (if your integrative, leadership and soft skills are weaker) or Durham (if your functional and analytical skills are weaker)?


It seems like an understatement..

I can possibly get admissions in top colleges. Regarding my skills, so I have better hold on my functional and analytical skills.

Thanks!
<blockquote>Roshan, I don't know anything about your background or goals, or even if you are focussing on a part-time or full-time programme. Considering that you are an Indian with a 670 GMAT, I think you should be looking at schools with an average GMAT at or under 620. How about Strathclyde (if your integrative, leadership and soft skills are weaker) or Durham (if your functional and analytical skills are weaker)?</blockquote>

It seems like an understatement..

I can possibly get admissions in top colleges. Regarding my skills, so I have better hold on my functional and analytical skills.

Thanks!

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rraheja
Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba


Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan


Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba


Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan


Hello Roshan,

I am sure that S P Jain can give you the global exposure. As if you will check their alumni, they are almost present in the diverse countries, and working in top MNCs.

Check out their website, it will help you to get more info about S P Jain. http://www.spjain.org/index.aspx

Hopefully, it will help you out.

Happy to help!


Yes, sort of!

I checked out their GMBA program, and found that they need 3+ years of experience compulsorily...
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba</blockquote>

Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan</blockquote>

<blockquote><blockquote>Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba</blockquote>

Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan</blockquote>

Hello Roshan,

I am sure that S P Jain can give you the global exposure. As if you will check their alumni, they are almost present in the diverse countries, and working in top MNCs.

Check out their website, it will help you to get more info about S P Jain. http://www.spjain.org/index.aspx

Hopefully, it will help you out.

Happy to help!</blockquote>

Yes, sort of!

I checked out their GMBA program, and found that they need 3+ years of experience compulsorily...
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nitenya
Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba


Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan


Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba


Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan


Hello Roshan,

I am sure that S P Jain can give you the global exposure. As if you will check their alumni, they are almost present in the diverse countries, and working in top MNCs.

Check out their website, it will help you to get more info about S P Jain. http://www.spjain.org/index.aspx

Hopefully, it will help you out.

Happy to help!


Yes, sort of!

I checked out their GMBA program, and found that they need 3+ years of experience compulsorily...


So how many months of experience do you have?
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba</blockquote>

Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan</blockquote>

<blockquote><blockquote>Global MBA gives exposure to the world wide business culture that helps to understand the business management across the border. There are several universities that provide Global MBA like IMD, S P Jain School of Global Management, LBS, etc.

Here, you have more info about it: http://www.find-mba.com/university/2213/sp-jain-center-of-management

http://www.find-mba.com/university/466/london-business-school-lbs#executive-mba</blockquote>

Hello Nitenya,

I visited those two links that you have mentioned in this discussion S P Jain and LBS. I know about LBS college but not sure whether my score is acceptable there. Even the study cost would be much higher I think in LBS.

S P Jain seems good campus & diversity wise but do you really think it would help me out to get the global exposure?

I am really sorry but I need to be very clear before getting into any institute for next 2 years. Appreciate your help.

Regards.
Roshan</blockquote>

Hello Roshan,

I am sure that S P Jain can give you the global exposure. As if you will check their alumni, they are almost present in the diverse countries, and working in top MNCs.

Check out their website, it will help you to get more info about S P Jain. http://www.spjain.org/index.aspx

Hopefully, it will help you out.

Happy to help!</blockquote>

Yes, sort of!

I checked out their GMBA program, and found that they need 3+ years of experience compulsorily...</blockquote>

So how many months of experience do you have?
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Duncan
SP Jain also offer a masters for people with 3 or less years' work experience: http://www.spjain.org/mgb/index.aspx
SP Jain also offer a masters for people with 3 or less years' work experience: http://www.spjain.org/mgb/index.aspx
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