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ramyb

please someone help me, i am confused about which university to choose for the MBA program.
i live in Lebanon, and i don't want to go to AUB (it cost too much), so i have 2 choices to choose from :
1. ESA and i get a diploma from ESCP Europe (cost 17000 $)
2 USJ and i get a diploma co-signed by paris dauphine and sorbonne (cost 15000$)
which one to choose ? and which one have best international network that would help me in the future?

please someone help me, i am confused about which university to choose for the MBA program.
i live in Lebanon, and i don't want to go to AUB (it cost too much), so i have 2 choices to choose from :
1. ESA and i get a diploma from ESCP Europe (cost 17000 $)
2 USJ and i get a diploma co-signed by paris dauphine and sorbonne (cost 15000$)
which one to choose ? and which one have best international network that would help me in the future?
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Duncan

Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/board/25689

ESA is a much better programme, but also look at its Executive MBA.

Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/board/25689

ESA is a much better programme, but also look at its Executive MBA.
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ramyb

thank you for your reply,

as for the EMBA from ESA (ayant une expérience professionnelle managériale significative de 5 ans minimum, et témoignant d?une réelle motivation.) so i should have a minimum of 5 years of experience, so i can;t be accepted since i have a 1.5 years as a full time intern, and 0.5 years of employment.

so u mentioned that ESA has a much better program, so if i choose to continue my career in europe (france, spain, germany) or even go to canada or australia, if would have a strong academic background to support my experience ?

ESCP has a larger international network then DAUPHINE and SORBONNE combined ?

thank you again for your time

thank you for your reply,

as for the EMBA from ESA (ayant une expérience professionnelle managériale significative de 5 ans minimum, et témoignant d?une réelle motivation.) so i should have a minimum of 5 years of experience, so i can;t be accepted since i have a 1.5 years as a full time intern, and 0.5 years of employment.

so u mentioned that ESA has a much better program, so if i choose to continue my career in europe (france, spain, germany) or even go to canada or australia, if would have a strong academic background to support my experience ?

ESCP has a larger international network then DAUPHINE and SORBONNE combined ?

thank you again for your time
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Duncan

If you want to work abroad, study in the country or region where you want to work.

Without the extra work experience, you won't be able to get into an internationally-accredited MBA (http://www.find-mba.com/accreditations). The non-MBA ESCP diploma is still a more valuable qualification, because the Grande Ecoles are more prestigious than the state universities.

If you want to work abroad, study in the country or region where you want to work.

Without the extra work experience, you won't be able to get into an internationally-accredited MBA (http://www.find-mba.com/accreditations). The non-MBA ESCP diploma is still a more valuable qualification, because the Grande Ecoles are more prestigious than the state universities.
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ramyb

I am sorry, but what do you mean by : NON-MBA Escp ?!

And for the EMBA, u know that it's much better then MBA, bu I nees a 5 years of managerial experience to be accepted, in which I have none till now, and I want to have an international MBA to boost my carrer forward ( localy and internationally )

And as for studying in the country that I want to work in, as u know that entering ESCP in paris will cost me much more then to have it in lebanon, and I believe that it's the same to have the diploma in lebanon or in paris !

I am sorry, but what do you mean by : NON-MBA Escp ?!

And for the EMBA, u know that it's much better then MBA, bu I nees a 5 years of managerial experience to be accepted, in which I have none till now, and I want to have an international MBA to boost my carrer forward ( localy and internationally )

And as for studying in the country that I want to work in, as u know that entering ESCP in paris will cost me much more then to have it in lebanon, and I believe that it's the same to have the diploma in lebanon or in paris !
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Duncan

The fulltime at ESA leads to the diplôme of the ESCP, not to its MBA: http://www.esa.edu.lb/en/MBA

PS The ESCP diplôme does not have the same impact when awarded to ESA students. At the ESCP campus you'd have real connections, careers support, access to ESCP professors and so on. As a comparison, you could can take a distance-learning degree from Harvard or the LSE and that does not have the same outcomes.

It is still a very strong programme, but it's not the same.

The fulltime at ESA leads to the diplôme of the ESCP, not to its MBA: http://www.esa.edu.lb/en/MBA

PS The ESCP diplôme does not have the same impact when awarded to ESA students. At the ESCP campus you'd have real connections, careers support, access to ESCP professors and so on. As a comparison, you could can take a distance-learning degree from Harvard or the LSE and that does not have the same outcomes.

It is still a very strong programme, but it's not the same.
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