MBA-Dubai


Thank God atleast one soul is saved.
All the best dear.
Thank God atleast one soul is saved.
All the best dear.
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FND
Hi All
Anyone here from Strathclyde-Dubai (SBS) ?
I need some feedback on their study program.
Would really appreciate some guidance.
Thanks
Hi All
Anyone here from Strathclyde-Dubai (SBS) ?
I need some feedback on their study program.
Would really appreciate some guidance.
Thanks
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hi2shrads
Hi guys

This is an interesting thread. Well I am also into the same boat.
I have already got offer from bradford EMBA

I am confused between following

1) bradford
2) Manchester
3) Middlesex

Can someone comment on this?

I live near to the knowledge village so decided above options...strathclyde, HULT, Cass, London Busines school are suiting to me because of BUDGET

your inputs needed

Thanks
Shrads
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Hi guys

This is an interesting thread. Well I am also into the same boat.
I have already got offer from bradford EMBA

I am confused between following

1) bradford
2) Manchester
3) Middlesex

Can someone comment on this?

I live near to the knowledge village so decided above options...strathclyde, HULT, Cass, London Busines school are suiting to me because of BUDGET

your inputs needed

Thanks
Shrads
[email protected]
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Duncan
Read through these: http://www.find-mba.com/boardsearch/65/q/bradford+manchester+dubai
Read through these: http://www.find-mba.com/boardsearch/65/q/bradford+manchester+dubai
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ralph

1) bradford
2) Manchester
3) Middlesex

I wouldn't consider Middlesex since the program is not accredited by AACSB, EQUIS, or AMBA. Bradford's been around longer, but the Manchester program will probably provide a more international network.

I'd look hard at the curriculum to see which one is more appropriate for you. I think Manchester is the more traditional of the two - Bradford offers courses that focus on topics like ethics + sustainability and change management.
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1) bradford
2) Manchester
3) Middlesex</blockquote>
I wouldn't consider Middlesex since the program is not accredited by AACSB, EQUIS, or AMBA. Bradford's been around longer, but the Manchester program will probably provide a more international network.

I'd look hard at the curriculum to see which one is more appropriate for you. I think Manchester is the more traditional of the two - Bradford offers courses that focus on topics like ethics + sustainability and change management.
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KAXA012
Hi all, can anyone advise what universities in Dubai are most suitable for people with no work experience?

Thanks
Hi all, can anyone advise what universities in Dubai are most suitable for people with no work experience?

Thanks
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Duncan
What are your career goals? I think the Strathclyde MSc is perhaps the most prestigious masters which doesn't require work experience http://www.strath.ac.uk/business/internationalcentres/dubaiandabudhabi/mastersinsupplychain/
What are your career goals? I think the Strathclyde MSc is perhaps the most prestigious masters which doesn't require work experience http://www.strath.ac.uk/business/internationalcentres/dubaiandabudhabi/mastersinsupplychain/
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mba hipste...
Hi all, can anyone advise what universities in Dubai are most suitable for people with no work experience?

Thanks


What about SP Jain's Master of Global Business program? It also has a Singapore module for a more international flavor. I think Strath might have a better network on the ground in Dubai, but if you ever wanted to go to India or Singapore, SP Jain has more resources in those places.
<blockquote>Hi all, can anyone advise what universities in Dubai are most suitable for people with no work experience?

Thanks</blockquote>

What about SP Jain's Master of Global Business program? It also has a Singapore module for a more international flavor. I think Strath might have a better network on the ground in Dubai, but if you ever wanted to go to India or Singapore, SP Jain has more resources in those places.

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anasfathi
Hi everybody,
I am looking for a good part time MBA program in Dubai. I am a pharmacist with 5 years experience of pharmaceutical sales in Saudi Arabia. So, guide me please.
Hi everybody,
I am looking for a good part time MBA program in Dubai. I am a pharmacist with 5 years experience of pharmaceutical sales in Saudi Arabia. So, guide me please.
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sweet_R
along time back i wrote a comment wondering if i should enter strathclyde university or not.now iam a student at strathclyde university and i am really happy with my choice
along time back i wrote a comment wondering if i should enter strathclyde university or not.now iam a student at strathclyde university and i am really happy with my choice
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mba hipste...
along time back i wrote a comment wondering if i should enter strathclyde university or not.now iam a student at strathclyde university and i am really happy with my choice

Any tips for potential students? Were you able to secure funding - scholarships, grants, etc.?
<blockquote>along time back i wrote a comment wondering if i should enter strathclyde university or not.now iam a student at strathclyde university and i am really happy with my choice </blockquote>
Any tips for potential students? Were you able to secure funding - scholarships, grants, etc.?
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sweet_R
well if you plan to study in UAE i believe it's one of the best university in UAE ,Strathclyde provide a minimum Scholarship "maximum 15.000 DHS " but i am searching for a good Scholarship right now i am part time MBA student.
well if you plan to study in UAE i believe it's one of the best university in UAE ,Strathclyde provide a minimum Scholarship "maximum 15.000 DHS " but i am searching for a good Scholarship right now i am part time MBA student.
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Hi,

Can anybody guide me about a good business school in Dubai for part time MBA and having some international recognition. If anybody is doing MBA in Dubai, please give your inputs.



MBA costs you a bit, so it's always better to do a detailed check before you apply at any school. Best way to start is to do a search on the ranking.

You would be surprised. A lot of them claiming to be the best are not even ranked in the top 50.

Here's a comparison of two notable international business schools operating in Dubai. You'll see the difference:

http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/hult-international-business-school
http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/city-university-cass

You need to be sure of where you want your study to take you. You need to analyse the current scenario and keep an eye out on the future trends. Islamic banking, energy and government SME, for instance, are some of the sectors that are witnessing tremendous growth of late.

These days Islamic banking is growing 50% faster than the mainstream banking sector. I would definitely recommend it for a career investment. My preferred choice would be CASS because it is offering specialised electives in Islamic financing.

http://www.cass.city.ac.uk/courses/mba/executive-mba-in-dubai
<blockquote>Hi,

Can anybody guide me about a good business school in Dubai for part time MBA and having some international recognition. If anybody is doing MBA in Dubai, please give your inputs.</blockquote>


MBA costs you a bit, so it's always better to do a detailed check before you apply at any school. Best way to start is to do a search on the ranking.

You would be surprised. A lot of them claiming to be the best are not even ranked in the top 50.

Here's a comparison of two notable international business schools operating in Dubai. You'll see the difference:

http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/hult-international-business-school
http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/city-university-cass

You need to be sure of where you want your study to take you. You need to analyse the current scenario and keep an eye out on the future trends. Islamic banking, energy and government SME, for instance, are some of the sectors that are witnessing tremendous growth of late.

These days Islamic banking is growing 50% faster than the mainstream banking sector. I would definitely recommend it for a career investment. My preferred choice would be CASS because it is offering specialised electives in Islamic financing.

http://www.cass.city.ac.uk/courses/mba/executive-mba-in-dubai
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saroo
Hi,

Can anybody guide me about a good business school in Dubai for part time MBA and having some international recognition. If anybody is doing MBA in Dubai, please give your inputs.



MBA costs you a bit, so it's always better to do a detailed check before you apply at any school. Best way to start is to do a search on the ranking.

You would be surprised. A lot of them claiming to be the best are not even ranked in the top 50.

Here's a comparison of two notable international business schools operating in Dubai. You'll see the difference:

http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/hult-international-business-school
http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/city-university-cass

You need to be sure of where you want your study to take you. You need to analyse the current scenario and keep an eye out on the future trends. Islamic banking, energy and government SME, for instance, are some of the sectors that are witnessing tremendous growth of late.

These days Islamic banking is growing 50% faster than the mainstream banking sector. I would definitely recommend it for a career investment. My preferred choice would be CASS because it is offering specialised electives in Islamic financing.

http://www.cass.city.ac.uk/courses/mba/executive-mba-in-dubai


manchestar is also very good and cheap
<blockquote><blockquote>Hi,

Can anybody guide me about a good business school in Dubai for part time MBA and having some international recognition. If anybody is doing MBA in Dubai, please give your inputs.</blockquote>


MBA costs you a bit, so it's always better to do a detailed check before you apply at any school. Best way to start is to do a search on the ranking.

You would be surprised. A lot of them claiming to be the best are not even ranked in the top 50.

Here's a comparison of two notable international business schools operating in Dubai. You'll see the difference:

http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/hult-international-business-school
http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/city-university-cass

You need to be sure of where you want your study to take you. You need to analyse the current scenario and keep an eye out on the future trends. Islamic banking, energy and government SME, for instance, are some of the sectors that are witnessing tremendous growth of late.

These days Islamic banking is growing 50% faster than the mainstream banking sector. I would definitely recommend it for a career investment. My preferred choice would be CASS because it is offering specialised electives in Islamic financing.

http://www.cass.city.ac.uk/courses/mba/executive-mba-in-dubai
</blockquote>

manchestar is also very good and cheap
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mba hipste...
Here's a comparison of two notable international business schools operating in Dubai. You'll see the difference:


I don't think I'd use FT's Global rankings as a primary indicator of the quality of these schools' Dubai operations. They're both international schools, mainly operating out of the UK. Rather, I'd gauge the schools by other qualities, mainly placements in Dubai and their Dubai-based networks.
<blockquote>Here's a comparison of two notable international business schools operating in Dubai. You'll see the difference:</blockquote>

I don't think I'd use FT's Global rankings as a primary indicator of the quality of these schools' Dubai operations. They're both international schools, mainly operating out of the UK. Rather, I'd gauge the schools by other qualities, mainly placements in Dubai and their Dubai-based networks.
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Duncan
Hipster has given excellent advice.
Hipster has given excellent advice.
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Shahin
I am looking for Part time option in UAE. As I am new to UAE, after searching for quite someime, i have narrowed down to below options

1. Bradford Part time - as it suits my budget
2. SP JAIN - not sure whether it requires GMAT score(I havn't appeared for GMAT)
3. University of Strathclyde - not sure about the fee structure.

If anyone pursuing part time program in UAE, kindly provide me details about good universities here. Also is it possible for me to get scholarships for part time programs, since most of the universities (HULT, MBS) are out of my budget.

Thanks,
Shahin
I am looking for Part time option in UAE. As I am new to UAE, after searching for quite someime, i have narrowed down to below options

1. Bradford Part time - as it suits my budget
2. SP JAIN - not sure whether it requires GMAT score(I havn't appeared for GMAT)
3. University of Strathclyde - not sure about the fee structure.

If anyone pursuing part time program in UAE, kindly provide me details about good universities here. Also is it possible for me to get scholarships for part time programs, since most of the universities (HULT, MBS) are out of my budget.

Thanks,
Shahin
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Duncan
Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/boardsearch/65/q/Dubai
Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/boardsearch/65/q/Dubai
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sweet_R
strathclyde payment method option 1 pay 27.500 dhs each semester or option 2 pay at the start of the semester 15.700 then pay 4.100 dhs until the semester end , option 3 pay a 104.500 dhs single payment
strathclyde payment method option 1 pay 27.500 dhs each semester or option 2 pay at the start of the semester 15.700 then pay 4.100 dhs until the semester end , option 3 pay a 104.500 dhs single payment
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I am planning to do my MBA in Dubai, but am bit confused with which university. I have a banking exp of about 3 years and am looking to settle in Dubai. I have got a Gmat of 550 and an ielts of 8.

If anybody could help me out with a good university at the moment.

Thanks
I am planning to do my MBA in Dubai, but am bit confused with which university. I have a banking exp of about 3 years and am looking to settle in Dubai. I have got a Gmat of 550 and an ielts of 8.

If anybody could help me out with a good university at the moment.

Thanks
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