International MBA in Asia


Hello friends.
I am from Russia. I am 33 years old. I have 10 years experience and TOEFL 91 score. GMAT is not passed yet.
I am looking for an international MBA in Asia. China or Taiwan is better because I have strong connections with these markets.
Please recommend me any full time international program taking into account that I do not speak Chinese. So, I need program in English only.

Thanks in advance.

Hello friends.
I am from Russia. I am 33 years old. I have 10 years experience and TOEFL 91 score. GMAT is not passed yet.
I am looking for an international MBA in Asia. China or Taiwan is better because I have strong connections with these markets.
Please recommend me any full time international program taking into account that I do not speak Chinese. So, I need program in English only.

Thanks in advance.
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nitenya

Hello friends.
I am from Russia. I am 33 years old. I have 10 years experience and TOEFL 91 score. GMAT is not passed yet.
I am looking for an international MBA in Asia. China or Taiwan is better because I have strong connections with these markets.
Please recommend me any full time international program taking into account that I do not speak Chinese. So, I need program in English only.

Thanks in advance.


That's good! But what exactly are you looking for? I mean which specialization, and once done with your MBA then where would like to work?

There are several colleges in Asia like:
1. INSEAD
2. NUS
3. Hong Kong UST
4. Ceibs, China
5. S P Jain School of Global Management, Dubai & SIngapore

I have mentioned the top 5 Best International Business School according to Forbes 2013 Ranking.

You may check any of them. But I think, you will need GMAT good scores to make it happen for these institutes.

<blockquote>Hello friends.
I am from Russia. I am 33 years old. I have 10 years experience and TOEFL 91 score. GMAT is not passed yet.
I am looking for an international MBA in Asia. China or Taiwan is better because I have strong connections with these markets.
Please recommend me any full time international program taking into account that I do not speak Chinese. So, I need program in English only.

Thanks in advance.</blockquote>

That's good! But what exactly are you looking for? I mean which specialization, and once done with your MBA then where would like to work?

There are several colleges in Asia like:
1. INSEAD
2. NUS
3. Hong Kong UST
4. Ceibs, China
5. S P Jain School of Global Management, Dubai & SIngapore

I have mentioned the top 5 Best International Business School according to Forbes 2013 Ranking.

You may check any of them. But I think, you will need GMAT good scores to make it happen for these institutes.
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Hello Nitenya,
Thank you for your reply. I have a good experience in importexport operations, international transportations, supply chain management. All my career I connected with China and Taiwan exporters. Therefore, I am looking for MBA in these countries. I hope that MBA will help me to increase my business network, first of all.

Hello Nitenya,
Thank you for your reply. I have a good experience in importexport operations, international transportations, supply chain management. All my career I connected with China and Taiwan exporters. Therefore, I am looking for MBA in these countries. I hope that MBA will help me to increase my business network, first of all.
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nitenya

Hello Nitenya,
Thank you for your reply. I have a good experience in importexport operations, international transportations, supply chain management. All my career I connected with China and Taiwan exporters. Therefore, I am looking for MBA in these countries. I hope that MBA will help me to increase my business network, first of all.


Hello artyommoscow,

I think, you can go for Supply Chain Management with S P Jain School of Global Management, here

http://www.spjain.org/gmba/gmba-glscm-specializations.aspx

Thanks!

<blockquote>Hello Nitenya,
Thank you for your reply. I have a good experience in importexport operations, international transportations, supply chain management. All my career I connected with China and Taiwan exporters. Therefore, I am looking for MBA in these countries. I hope that MBA will help me to increase my business network, first of all. </blockquote>

Hello artyommoscow,

I think, you can go for Supply Chain Management with S P Jain School of Global Management, here

http://www.spjain.org/gmba/gmba-glscm-specializations.aspx

Thanks!
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Nitenya, Thank you very much for your advice. I checked their web site. It seems the school is quite strong. GMAT is 650 minimum! They have campuses in Dubai, Singapore, Sydney. I am not sure about country of studying. Do you think I need to study in China or Taiwan only or it is worth to consider other countries in Asia?

Nitenya, Thank you very much for your advice. I checked their web site. It seems the school is quite strong. GMAT is 650 minimum! They have campuses in Dubai, Singapore, Sydney. I am not sure about country of studying. Do you think I need to study in China or Taiwan only or it is worth to consider other countries in Asia?
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Razors Edg...

Hello Nitenya,
Thank you for your reply. I have a good experience in importexport operations, international transportations, supply chain management. All my career I connected with China and Taiwan exporters. Therefore, I am looking for MBA in these countries. I hope that MBA will help me to increase my business network, first of all.

Read through this thread:

http://www.find-mba.com/board/31767/last/#last

Some advice that I gave to that candidate - for supply chain/operations/logistics you really should think about whether you need to actually do a specialization in this area. Since there are so few of these programs, it might be better to do a general MBA from a ranked program in Asia which would give you a better network and stronger career services - HKUST, Insead, Ceibs, NUS, etc. Worth considering.

<blockquote>Hello Nitenya,
Thank you for your reply. I have a good experience in importexport operations, international transportations, supply chain management. All my career I connected with China and Taiwan exporters. Therefore, I am looking for MBA in these countries. I hope that MBA will help me to increase my business network, first of all. </blockquote>
Read through this thread:

http://www.find-mba.com/board/31767/last/#last

Some advice that I gave to that candidate - for supply chain/operations/logistics you really should think about whether you need to actually do a specialization in this area. Since there are so few of these programs, it might be better to do a general MBA from a ranked program in Asia which would give you a better network and stronger career services - HKUST, Insead, Ceibs, NUS, etc. Worth considering.
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saurabh_p

Hello Nitenya,
Thank you for your reply. I have a good experience in importexport operations, international transportations, supply chain management. All my career I connected with China and Taiwan exporters. Therefore, I am looking for MBA in these countries. I hope that MBA will help me to increase my business network, first of all.

Read through this thread:

http://www.find-mba.com/board/31767/last/#last

Some advice that I gave to that candidate - for supply chain/operations/logistics you really should think about whether you need to actually do a specialization in this area. Since there are so few of these programs, it might be better to do a general MBA from a ranked program in Asia which would give you a better network and stronger career services - HKUST, Insead, Ceibs, NUS, etc. Worth considering.


Hi I am a hospitality professional with 13 yrs experience in a European cruise line, have worked in Customer service and Finance, do you think Global MBA in marketing from SP jain will be a good option for me?

<blockquote><blockquote>Hello Nitenya,
Thank you for your reply. I have a good experience in importexport operations, international transportations, supply chain management. All my career I connected with China and Taiwan exporters. Therefore, I am looking for MBA in these countries. I hope that MBA will help me to increase my business network, first of all. </blockquote>
Read through this thread:

http://www.find-mba.com/board/31767/last/#last

Some advice that I gave to that candidate - for supply chain/operations/logistics you really should think about whether you need to actually do a specialization in this area. Since there are so few of these programs, it might be better to do a general MBA from a ranked program in Asia which would give you a better network and stronger career services - HKUST, Insead, Ceibs, NUS, etc. Worth considering.</blockquote>

Hi I am a hospitality professional with 13 yrs experience in a European cruise line, have worked in Customer service and Finance, do you think Global MBA in marketing from SP jain will be a good option for me?
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nitenya

Hello Nitenya,
Thank you for your reply. I have a good experience in importexport operations, international transportations, supply chain management. All my career I connected with China and Taiwan exporters. Therefore, I am looking for MBA in these countries. I hope that MBA will help me to increase my business network, first of all.

Read through this thread:

http://www.find-mba.com/board/31767/last/#last

Some advice that I gave to that candidate - for supply chain/operations/logistics you really should think about whether you need to actually do a specialization in this area. Since there are so few of these programs, it might be better to do a general MBA from a ranked program in Asia which would give you a better network and stronger career services - HKUST, Insead, Ceibs, NUS, etc. Worth considering.


Hi I am a hospitality professional with 13 yrs experience in a European cruise line, have worked in Customer service and Finance, do you think Global MBA in marketing from SP jain will be a good option for me?


So now are you looking for marketing after spending 13 years in finance?

Anyways, it's your choice. But S P Jain's Global MBA will help you to broaden away the ability and global market. It deals with tricity model - Dubai, Singapore & Sydney in which you need to travel to these three cities to get your GMBA done.

Global MBA is also available in finance. FYI...

Here, you can check it out.. http://www.spjain.org/gmba

Again, I want to ask you, are you looking to change the field to marketing after 13 years in finance? Re-think, and right back, so I can suggest you better.

Regards.

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hello Nitenya,
Thank you for your reply. I have a good experience in importexport operations, international transportations, supply chain management. All my career I connected with China and Taiwan exporters. Therefore, I am looking for MBA in these countries. I hope that MBA will help me to increase my business network, first of all. </blockquote>
Read through this thread:

http://www.find-mba.com/board/31767/last/#last

Some advice that I gave to that candidate - for supply chain/operations/logistics you really should think about whether you need to actually do a specialization in this area. Since there are so few of these programs, it might be better to do a general MBA from a ranked program in Asia which would give you a better network and stronger career services - HKUST, Insead, Ceibs, NUS, etc. Worth considering.</blockquote>

Hi I am a hospitality professional with 13 yrs experience in a European cruise line, have worked in Customer service and Finance, do you think Global MBA in marketing from SP jain will be a good option for me?</blockquote>

So now are you looking for marketing after spending 13 years in finance?

Anyways, it's your choice. But S P Jain's Global MBA will help you to broaden away the ability and global market. It deals with tricity model - Dubai, Singapore & Sydney in which you need to travel to these three cities to get your GMBA done.

Global MBA is also available in finance. FYI...

Here, you can check it out.. http://www.spjain.org/gmba

Again, I want to ask you, are you looking to change the field to marketing after 13 years in finance? Re-think, and right back, so I can suggest you better.

Regards.
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saurabh_p

Hello Nitenya,
Thank you for your reply. I have a good experience in importexport operations, international transportations, supply chain management. All my career I connected with China and Taiwan exporters. Therefore, I am looking for MBA in these countries. I hope that MBA will help me to increase my business network, first of all.

Read through this thread:

http://www.find-mba.com/board/31767/last/#last

Some advice that I gave to that candidate - for supply chain/operations/logistics you really should think about whether you need to actually do a specialization in this area. Since there are so few of these programs, it might be better to do a general MBA from a ranked program in Asia which would give you a better network and stronger career services - HKUST, Insead, Ceibs, NUS, etc. Worth considering.


Hi I am a hospitality professional with 13 yrs experience in a European cruise line, have worked in Customer service and Finance, do you think Global MBA in marketing from SP jain will be a good option for me?


So now are you looking for marketing after spending 13 years in finance?

Anyways, it's your choice. But S P Jain's Global MBA will help you to broaden away the ability and global market. It deals with tricity model - Dubai, Singapore & Sydney in which you need to travel to these three cities to get your GMBA done.

Global MBA is also available in finance. FYI...

Here, you can check it out.. http://www.spjain.org/gmba

Again, I want to ask you, are you looking to change the field to marketing after 13 years in finance? Re-think, and right back, so I can suggest you better.

Regards.


Thank you for the response, there are two reasons, I do not have a formal education in Finance, secondly the job profile is more of a multitasking one where one has to work in different roles in a rotation. I have covered almost nine different positions so far. which come under Customer service, Finance Administration and Logistics. To me it seems to have all the components of General management. As of now I am covering Finance and My specialization was customer service in Hotel Management. My goal is to move in to an industry which has a global presence and, my job function should help me exploit all my previous experience. My idea behind an MBA is to acquire new skill sets, Update myself of latest trends in business and Increase my network. Despite several attempts I am not able to sell my current profile to an employer, whether I highlight Customer service, or Admin or Finance. Even hotels do not respond. Hence another objective it to make myself more employable.

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hello Nitenya,
Thank you for your reply. I have a good experience in importexport operations, international transportations, supply chain management. All my career I connected with China and Taiwan exporters. Therefore, I am looking for MBA in these countries. I hope that MBA will help me to increase my business network, first of all. </blockquote>
Read through this thread:

http://www.find-mba.com/board/31767/last/#last

Some advice that I gave to that candidate - for supply chain/operations/logistics you really should think about whether you need to actually do a specialization in this area. Since there are so few of these programs, it might be better to do a general MBA from a ranked program in Asia which would give you a better network and stronger career services - HKUST, Insead, Ceibs, NUS, etc. Worth considering.</blockquote>

Hi I am a hospitality professional with 13 yrs experience in a European cruise line, have worked in Customer service and Finance, do you think Global MBA in marketing from SP jain will be a good option for me?</blockquote>

So now are you looking for marketing after spending 13 years in finance?

Anyways, it's your choice. But S P Jain's Global MBA will help you to broaden away the ability and global market. It deals with tricity model - Dubai, Singapore & Sydney in which you need to travel to these three cities to get your GMBA done.

Global MBA is also available in finance. FYI...

Here, you can check it out.. http://www.spjain.org/gmba

Again, I want to ask you, are you looking to change the field to marketing after 13 years in finance? Re-think, and right back, so I can suggest you better.

Regards.</blockquote>

Thank you for the response, there are two reasons, I do not have a formal education in Finance, secondly the job profile is more of a multitasking one where one has to work in different roles in a rotation. I have covered almost nine different positions so far. which come under Customer service, Finance Administration and Logistics. To me it seems to have all the components of General management. As of now I am covering Finance and My specialization was customer service in Hotel Management. My goal is to move in to an industry which has a global presence and, my job function should help me exploit all my previous experience. My idea behind an MBA is to acquire new skill sets, Update myself of latest trends in business and Increase my network. Despite several attempts I am not able to sell my current profile to an employer, whether I highlight Customer service, or Admin or Finance. Even hotels do not respond. Hence another objective it to make myself more employable.
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nitenya

Formal education doesn't matter, what are your actual experience practically is - that matters. As you need to handle it practically on workplace. Even I can understand of holding several positions at workplace is quite often nowadays, so you should write which is your formal title is.

And now I think, you have most of your experience in Customer Service related to finance, Logistics, etc. Now what's your point of view? Which specialization you want to go for - Marketing or Finance?

You have to decide which one suits you better as per your past experiences, or you can have a look for counselling who can guide you better on this.

And one more thing I would like to make my point on, Corporate considers what it finds on your experience letter and skills that you delivers while interviewing.

But if you have any query, you can very well share.

Best of Luck.

Formal education doesn't matter, what are your actual experience practically is - that matters. As you need to handle it practically on workplace. Even I can understand of holding several positions at workplace is quite often nowadays, so you should write which is your formal title is.

And now I think, you have most of your experience in Customer Service related to finance, Logistics, etc. Now what's your point of view? Which specialization you want to go for - Marketing or Finance?

You have to decide which one suits you better as per your past experiences, or you can have a look for counselling who can guide you better on this.

And one more thing I would like to make my point on, Corporate considers what it finds on your experience letter and skills that you delivers while interviewing.

But if you have any query, you can very well share.

Best of Luck.
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saurabh_p

Formal education doesn't matter, what are your actual experience practically is - that matters. As you need to handle it practically on workplace. Even I can understand of holding several positions at workplace is quite often nowadays, so you should write which is your formal title is.

And now I think, you have most of your experience in Customer Service related to finance, Logistics, etc. Now what's your point of view? Which specialization you want to go for - Marketing or Finance?

You have to decide which one suits you better as per your past experiences, or you can have a look for counselling who can guide you better on this.

And one more thing I would like to make my point on, Corporate considers what it finds on your experience letter and skills that you delivers while interviewing.

But if you have any query, you can very well share.

Best of Luck.


Hi Nitenya
Thanks again
I have made up my mind to go for Marketing, now I need your help to find good school. I am not eligible to apply to schools which ask specifically for a Bachelor's degree. Even though my hotel management diploma was for three years (which adds to 15 yrs of full time education). I have got a negative reply from IMD, IE Spain, NTU and NUS. As of now I have an offer of admission from SP Jain Global MBA. But I am looking for a college which can compliment my international experience.
I have gone through Copenhagen Business school and Monaco MBA and they have their own pros and cons. What is your opinion of these schools? Can you suggest any other school?

<blockquote>Formal education doesn't matter, what are your actual experience practically is - that matters. As you need to handle it practically on workplace. Even I can understand of holding several positions at workplace is quite often nowadays, so you should write which is your formal title is.

And now I think, you have most of your experience in Customer Service related to finance, Logistics, etc. Now what's your point of view? Which specialization you want to go for - Marketing or Finance?

You have to decide which one suits you better as per your past experiences, or you can have a look for counselling who can guide you better on this.

And one more thing I would like to make my point on, Corporate considers what it finds on your experience letter and skills that you delivers while interviewing.

But if you have any query, you can very well share.

Best of Luck. </blockquote>

Hi Nitenya
Thanks again
I have made up my mind to go for Marketing, now I need your help to find good school. I am not eligible to apply to schools which ask specifically for a Bachelor's degree. Even though my hotel management diploma was for three years (which adds to 15 yrs of full time education). I have got a negative reply from IMD, IE Spain, NTU and NUS. As of now I have an offer of admission from SP Jain Global MBA. But I am looking for a college which can compliment my international experience.
I have gone through Copenhagen Business school and Monaco MBA and they have their own pros and cons. What is your opinion of these schools? Can you suggest any other school?
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nitenya

Formal education doesn't matter, what are your actual experience practically is - that matters. As you need to handle it practically on workplace. Even I can understand of holding several positions at workplace is quite often nowadays, so you should write which is your formal title is.

And now I think, you have most of your experience in Customer Service related to finance, Logistics, etc. Now what's your point of view? Which specialization you want to go for - Marketing or Finance?

You have to decide which one suits you better as per your past experiences, or you can have a look for counselling who can guide you better on this.

And one more thing I would like to make my point on, Corporate considers what it finds on your experience letter and skills that you delivers while interviewing.

But if you have any query, you can very well share.

Best of Luck.


Hi Nitenya
Thanks again
I have made up my mind to go for Marketing, now I need your help to find good school. I am not eligible to apply to schools which ask specifically for a Bachelor's degree. Even though my hotel management diploma was for three years (which adds to 15 yrs of full time education). I have got a negative reply from IMD, IE Spain, NTU and NUS. As of now I have an offer of admission from SP Jain Global MBA. But I am looking for a college which can compliment my international experience.
I have gone through Copenhagen Business school and Monaco MBA and they have their own pros and cons. What is your opinion of these schools? Can you suggest any other school?


Have you applied for any program or any school?

<blockquote><blockquote>Formal education doesn't matter, what are your actual experience practically is - that matters. As you need to handle it practically on workplace. Even I can understand of holding several positions at workplace is quite often nowadays, so you should write which is your formal title is.

And now I think, you have most of your experience in Customer Service related to finance, Logistics, etc. Now what's your point of view? Which specialization you want to go for - Marketing or Finance?

You have to decide which one suits you better as per your past experiences, or you can have a look for counselling who can guide you better on this.

And one more thing I would like to make my point on, Corporate considers what it finds on your experience letter and skills that you delivers while interviewing.

But if you have any query, you can very well share.

Best of Luck. </blockquote>

Hi Nitenya
Thanks again
I have made up my mind to go for Marketing, now I need your help to find good school. I am not eligible to apply to schools which ask specifically for a Bachelor's degree. Even though my hotel management diploma was for three years (which adds to 15 yrs of full time education). I have got a negative reply from IMD, IE Spain, NTU and NUS. As of now I have an offer of admission from SP Jain Global MBA. But I am looking for a college which can compliment my international experience.
I have gone through Copenhagen Business school and Monaco MBA and they have their own pros and cons. What is your opinion of these schools? Can you suggest any other school?</blockquote>

Have you applied for any program or any school?
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saurabh_p

Formal education doesn't matter, what are your actual experience practically is - that matters. As you need to handle it practically on workplace. Even I can understand of holding several positions at workplace is quite often nowadays, so you should write which is your formal title is.

And now I think, you have most of your experience in Customer Service related to finance, Logistics, etc. Now what's your point of view? Which specialization you want to go for - Marketing or Finance?

You have to decide which one suits you better as per your past experiences, or you can have a look for counselling who can guide you better on this.

And one more thing I would like to make my point on, Corporate considers what it finds on your experience letter and skills that you delivers while interviewing.

But if you have any query, you can very well share.

Best of Luck.


Hi Nitenya
Thanks again
I have made up my mind to go for Marketing, now I need your help to find good school. I am not eligible to apply to schools which ask specifically for a Bachelor's degree. Even though my hotel management diploma was for three years (which adds to 15 yrs of full time education). I have got a negative reply from IMD, IE Spain, NTU and NUS. As of now I have an offer of admission from SP Jain Global MBA. But I am looking for a college which can compliment my international experience.
I have gone through Copenhagen Business school and Monaco MBA and they have their own pros and cons. What is your opinion of these schools? Can you suggest any other school?


Have you applied for any program or any school?


Hi Nitenya,
As of Now I have an offer of admission from SP jain Global MBA, I am going to apply to the following : Copenhagen Business school, IESE Barcelona and HEC Paris, also Simon Fraser in Canada,

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Formal education doesn't matter, what are your actual experience practically is - that matters. As you need to handle it practically on workplace. Even I can understand of holding several positions at workplace is quite often nowadays, so you should write which is your formal title is.

And now I think, you have most of your experience in Customer Service related to finance, Logistics, etc. Now what's your point of view? Which specialization you want to go for - Marketing or Finance?

You have to decide which one suits you better as per your past experiences, or you can have a look for counselling who can guide you better on this.

And one more thing I would like to make my point on, Corporate considers what it finds on your experience letter and skills that you delivers while interviewing.

But if you have any query, you can very well share.

Best of Luck. </blockquote>

Hi Nitenya
Thanks again
I have made up my mind to go for Marketing, now I need your help to find good school. I am not eligible to apply to schools which ask specifically for a Bachelor's degree. Even though my hotel management diploma was for three years (which adds to 15 yrs of full time education). I have got a negative reply from IMD, IE Spain, NTU and NUS. As of now I have an offer of admission from SP Jain Global MBA. But I am looking for a college which can compliment my international experience.
I have gone through Copenhagen Business school and Monaco MBA and they have their own pros and cons. What is your opinion of these schools? Can you suggest any other school?</blockquote>

Have you applied for any program or any school?</blockquote>

Hi Nitenya,
As of Now I have an offer of admission from SP jain Global MBA, I am going to apply to the following : Copenhagen Business school, IESE Barcelona and HEC Paris, also Simon Fraser in Canada,
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nitenya



Have you applied for any program or any school?


Hi Nitenya,
As of Now I have an offer of admission from SP jain Global MBA, I am going to apply to the following : Copenhagen Business school, IESE Barcelona and HEC Paris, also Simon Fraser in Canada,

Good choice of Schools, but I didn't understand if you have offer from S P Jain, then why don't you join it? IS there any reason. Well IESE is also best.

<blockquote>

Have you applied for any program or any school?</blockquote>

Hi Nitenya,
As of Now I have an offer of admission from SP jain Global MBA, I am going to apply to the following : Copenhagen Business school, IESE Barcelona and HEC Paris, also Simon Fraser in Canada,</blockquote>

Good choice of Schools, but I didn't understand if you have offer from S P Jain, then why don't you join it? IS there any reason. Well IESE is also best.
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saurabh_p



Have you applied for any program or any school?


Hi Nitenya,
As of Now I have an offer of admission from SP jain Global MBA, I am going to apply to the following : Copenhagen Business school, IESE Barcelona and HEC Paris, also Simon Fraser in Canada,


Good choice of Schools, but I didn't understand if you have offer from S P Jain, then why don't you join it? IS there any reason. Well IESE is also best.

Hi Nitenya
I have two concerns
How far will the SP Jain MBA will take me in terms of career progression and recognition.
The overall cost is about 65K USD, will I be able to get in to a better school at the same expense?
Last but not the Least the Return on Investment

Thank you once again for your timely advice.

<blockquote><blockquote>

Have you applied for any program or any school?</blockquote>

Hi Nitenya,
As of Now I have an offer of admission from SP jain Global MBA, I am going to apply to the following : Copenhagen Business school, IESE Barcelona and HEC Paris, also Simon Fraser in Canada,</blockquote>

Good choice of Schools, but I didn't understand if you have offer from S P Jain, then why don't you join it? IS there any reason. Well IESE is also best.
</blockquote>
Hi Nitenya
I have two concerns
How far will the SP Jain MBA will take me in terms of career progression and recognition.
The overall cost is about 65K USD, will I be able to get in to a better school at the same expense?
Last but not the Least the Return on Investment

Thank you once again for your timely advice.
quote
nitenya



Have you applied for any program or any school?


Hi Nitenya,
As of Now I have an offer of admission from SP jain Global MBA, I am going to apply to the following : Copenhagen Business school, IESE Barcelona and HEC Paris, also Simon Fraser in Canada,


Good choice of Schools, but I didn't understand if you have offer from S P Jain, then why don't you join it? IS there any reason. Well IESE is also best.

Hi Nitenya
I have two concerns
How far will the SP Jain MBA will take me in terms of career progression and recognition.
The overall cost is about 65K USD, will I be able to get in to a better school at the same expense?
Last but not the Least the Return on Investment

Thank you once again for your timely advice.

Hmm...

I am not sure about the name of the other school that you have mentioned will settle down in this cost. Bcoz their cost is above 80K as much as I know.

Considering global presence of S P Jain, it has placed their alumni in good companies. If you want to check their placement stats that may answer your ROI query, so here you can check http://www.spjain.org/gmba/placement_updates.aspx

I am not sure, this will help you out. And I think, you have marine field experience that you are looking to change now, right?

Regards.

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>

Have you applied for any program or any school?</blockquote>

Hi Nitenya,
As of Now I have an offer of admission from SP jain Global MBA, I am going to apply to the following : Copenhagen Business school, IESE Barcelona and HEC Paris, also Simon Fraser in Canada,</blockquote>

Good choice of Schools, but I didn't understand if you have offer from S P Jain, then why don't you join it? IS there any reason. Well IESE is also best.
</blockquote>
Hi Nitenya
I have two concerns
How far will the SP Jain MBA will take me in terms of career progression and recognition.
The overall cost is about 65K USD, will I be able to get in to a better school at the same expense?
Last but not the Least the Return on Investment

Thank you once again for your timely advice.</blockquote>

Hmm...

I am not sure about the name of the other school that you have mentioned will settle down in this cost. Bcoz their cost is above 80K as much as I know.

Considering global presence of S P Jain, it has placed their alumni in good companies. If you want to check their placement stats that may answer your ROI query, so here you can check http://www.spjain.org/gmba/placement_updates.aspx

I am not sure, this will help you out. And I think, you have marine field experience that you are looking to change now, right?

Regards.
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Razors Edg...

Hi nitenya -

Do you work for SP Jain? If you do, it might be good to disclose this information, for the sake of transparency.

Hi nitenya -

Do you work for SP Jain? If you do, it might be good to disclose this information, for the sake of transparency.
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nitenya

Hi nitenya -

Do you work for SP Jain? If you do, it might be good to disclose this information, for the sake of transparency.


Haha...

I have joined S P Jain for September 2014 intake for my Global MBA, I was supposed to go for May 2014 but due to some urgent and unavoidable project at my work I have decided to go for September 2014.

And I can answer these queries well, because gone last 4 - 5 months, I did whole research on S P Jain & their placement stats for last 3 years. As a student & investor (MBA), I understand what it takes to gather all the information and following it up all the time between our busy schedules. So, just helping others now randomly whenever I can.

Regards.

<blockquote>Hi nitenya -

Do you work for SP Jain? If you do, it might be good to disclose this information, for the sake of transparency.</blockquote>

Haha...

I have joined S P Jain for September 2014 intake for my Global MBA, I was supposed to go for May 2014 but due to some urgent and unavoidable project at my work I have decided to go for September 2014.

And I can answer these queries well, because gone last 4 - 5 months, I did whole research on S P Jain & their placement stats for last 3 years. As a student & investor (MBA), I understand what it takes to gather all the information and following it up all the time between our busy schedules. So, just helping others now randomly whenever I can.

Regards.

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Razors Edg...

Ok. It's just that I discovered a LinkedIn profile with your name, which refers to your current role as:

Manager - Online Presence and Marketing at S P Jain School of Global Management

If you are indeed receiving financial renumeration from the school, I think that other users on this site should be aware.

Ok. It's just that I discovered a LinkedIn profile with your name, which refers to your current role as:

<blockquote>Manager - Online Presence and Marketing at S P Jain School of Global Management</blockquote>
If you are indeed receiving financial renumeration from the school, I think that other users on this site should be aware.
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Duncan

What a remarkable coincidence.

What a remarkable coincidence.
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