MBA-Dubai


Hi mohini,

I too planned to come to dubai and study part time mba.Have u got admissions from any college in dubai.Am keenly looking for scholarship program coz financial constraints.Kindly share ur ideas in terms of funding which u know very well.

Hi mohini,

I too planned to come to dubai and study part time mba.Have u got admissions from any college in dubai.Am keenly looking for scholarship program coz financial constraints.Kindly share ur ideas in terms of funding which u know very well.
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badux

Yes, the Manchester program is good.

Yes, the Manchester program is good.
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Hello Guys! I'm thinking to do an MBA from UAE. I already have a masters degree in marketing (total 16 years education) with 11 years of managerial experience. At the moment Marketing and Sales manager in a local group (UAE). Please let me know the good options. My considerations are;

LBS (Too expensive)
INSEAD (Too expensive)
MBS (Best value for money)
Cass (Expensive and less valuable then MBS)
Strathclyde (Very good)
Bradford (Good)

Seeing my qualification which business school should I go with. Recommendations are appreciated.

Hello Guys! I'm thinking to do an MBA from UAE. I already have a masters degree in marketing (total 16 years education) with 11 years of managerial experience. At the moment Marketing and Sales manager in a local group (UAE). Please let me know the good options. My considerations are;

LBS (Too expensive)
INSEAD (Too expensive)
MBS (Best value for money)
Cass (Expensive and less valuable then MBS)
Strathclyde (Very good)
Bradford (Good)

Seeing my qualification which business school should I go with. Recommendations are appreciated.
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Duncan

It reads like you have answered your own question.

It reads like you have answered your own question.
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Dear All,

One thing is for sure, please don't join Manchester Business School (MBS) here in Dubai.

I am an existing student. And we are from Dubai, Oman, .., come to study here; but they keep harassing us with their inadequacies, incompetency, and no solutions to our concerns.

Don't be surprised if one of your exam or workshop is not in the country it is supposed to be. And you know this at the end moment.

Be prepared for giving two exams in one day back to back in different locations.

To all these problems they have a simple answer. "It's all decided by the UK office", and no solution, deal with it.

The local team are just puppets, with no communications channel for you to raise your concerns to the UK team.

It?s a very bureaucratic and grossly unorganized university, who act on its own whim with utter disregards to the part time students.

Students join MBS by seeing their ranking in FT.com; but that is only for the UK MBS. The situations at the local subsidiaries is abominable.

There are no lectures, no classes, even in the workshops you will have some slide reader dump teacher, whose whole aim would be to just read the slides finish it, and wait to munch on the lunch.

We got trapped here by enrolling here and paying these stupid people!!!

PLEASE please and please YOU Don?t make the mistake, which we did by joining MBS!!!

Do yourself and your family a favor!!!


Warm regards,

Fellow student


Hi, Can you update your experience in MBS after these experience?

thanks

[quote]Dear All,

One thing is for sure, please don't join Manchester Business School (MBS) here in Dubai.

I am an existing student. And we are from Dubai, Oman, .., come to study here; but they keep harassing us with their inadequacies, incompetency, and no solutions to our concerns.

Don't be surprised if one of your exam or workshop is not in the country it is supposed to be. And you know this at the end moment.

Be prepared for giving two exams in one day back to back in different locations.

To all these problems they have a simple answer. "It's all decided by the UK office", and no solution, deal with it.

The local team are just puppets, with no communications channel for you to raise your concerns to the UK team.

It?s a very bureaucratic and grossly unorganized university, who act on its own whim with utter disregards to the part time students.

Students join MBS by seeing their ranking in FT.com; but that is only for the UK MBS. The situations at the local subsidiaries is abominable.

There are no lectures, no classes, even in the workshops you will have some slide reader dump teacher, whose whole aim would be to just read the slides finish it, and wait to munch on the lunch.

We got trapped here by enrolling here and paying these stupid people!!!

PLEASE please and please YOU Don?t make the mistake, which we did by joining MBS!!!

Do yourself and your family a favor!!!


Warm regards,

Fellow student
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Hi, Can you update your experience in MBS after these experience?

thanks
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Duncan

I don't think that you can assume that this person actually studied at MBS, or that their perception is one that a neutral observer would concur with. Use LinkedIn to identify some current participants and contact them?

I don't think that you can assume that this person actually studied at MBS, or that their perception is one that a neutral observer would concur with. Use LinkedIn to identify some current participants and contact them?
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