Urgent Help: SP Jain in Dubai vs. HULT in Dubai


ralph
I accept that XLRI has got a study centre ,but the subjects they teach is worth even more deeper than SP Jain.

lol

What a ridiculous statement. How you would think that an unaccredited school like this would have any edge over an internationally-recognized school is beyond me.
<blockquote>I accept that XLRI has got a study centre ,but the subjects they teach is worth even more deeper than SP Jain.
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lol

What a ridiculous statement. How you would think that an unaccredited school like this would have any edge over an internationally-recognized school is beyond me.
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ssmenon80
Sir,
Then why the guy's from XLRI are in higher positions all over the world than SP Jain.
Why the ratings of XLRI is higher than SP Jain in India..
Sir,
Then why the guy's from XLRI are in higher positions all over the world than SP Jain.
Why the ratings of XLRI is higher than SP Jain in India..
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ralph
Then why the guy's from XLRI are in higher positions all over the world than SP Jain.

They aren't.

Why the ratings of XLRI is higher than SP Jain in India..

They aren't.
<blockquote>Then why the guy's from XLRI are in higher positions all over the world than SP Jain. </blockquote>
They aren't.

<blockquote>Why the ratings of XLRI is higher than SP Jain in India..</blockquote>
They aren't.
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ssmenon80
I hope you are wrong check the below link or google yourself
http://businesstoday.intoday.in/bschools/index.jsp?schoolid=3&changeParameter=ALL&changeYear=2012

In India XLRI ranked much better than SP Jain.
I hope you are wrong check the below link or google yourself
http://businesstoday.intoday.in/bschools/index.jsp?schoolid=3&changeParameter=ALL&changeYear=2012

In India XLRI ranked much better than SP Jain.
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Duncan
Okay, that's one. When you say "all over the world" did you mean in one ranking of Indian business schools, or are there more? The world-wide ranking that most matters is the FT http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/global-mba-ranking-2013
Okay, that's one. When you say "all over the world" did you mean in one ranking of Indian business schools, or are there more? The world-wide ranking that most matters is the FT http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/global-mba-ranking-2013
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Hi,

I have 8 years of work experience in financial planning and analysis field in India (very good multi cultural, global work experiences in Citibank,Oracle, Cognizant). I am a member of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India since 2003. I also have a graduate degree in commerce from India. My GMAT score is 610. I would like to take up executive MBA course in Dubai. I am currently on a break from career (since last 4 years) and I am looking for a school that will provide excellent career services. I would like to get back into work force with a management degree and good placement. I will be based in Dubai. Am looking for schools only in Dubai. Is there a school that gives special scholarship for women? Which school is ideal for a career in Finance?
Hi,

I have 8 years of work experience in financial planning and analysis field in India (very good multi cultural, global work experiences in Citibank,Oracle, Cognizant). I am a member of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India since 2003. I also have a graduate degree in commerce from India. My GMAT score is 610. I would like to take up executive MBA course in Dubai. I am currently on a break from career (since last 4 years) and I am looking for a school that will provide excellent career services. I would like to get back into work force with a management degree and good placement. I will be based in Dubai. Am looking for schools only in Dubai. Is there a school that gives special scholarship for women? Which school is ideal for a career in Finance?
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Duncan
See the post below...
See the post below...
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Duncan
There are some good threads on Dubai here you can read through:
http://www.find-mba.com/board/25084
http://www.find-mba.com/board/8554
And also a thread on Abu Dhabi: http://www.find-mba.com/board/8554

Since you have a low GMAT, don't have recent work experience and are not looking for a full-time programme your odds of getting a scholarship are limited. I suggest you improve your GMAT.

Use this method http://www.find-mba.com/board/33571 to find the best schools for finance. With the exception of LBS, the top ten schools for MBAs in UAE finance roles are NOT in the UAE, but in India/Pakistan or the AUB in Lebanon. Looking at people in finance/banking/investment (rather than those in other industries) the pattern is the same.

PS One of the Pakistani colleges has a UAE campus: http://www.preston.ae/
There are some good threads on Dubai here you can read through:
http://www.find-mba.com/board/25084
http://www.find-mba.com/board/8554
And also a thread on Abu Dhabi: http://www.find-mba.com/board/8554

Since you have a low GMAT, don't have recent work experience and are not looking for a full-time programme your odds of getting a scholarship are limited. I suggest you improve your GMAT.

Use this method http://www.find-mba.com/board/33571 to find the best schools for finance. With the exception of LBS, the top ten schools for MBAs in UAE finance roles are NOT in the UAE, but in India/Pakistan or the AUB in Lebanon. Looking at people in finance/banking/investment (rather than those in other industries) the pattern is the same.

PS One of the Pakistani colleges has a UAE campus: http://www.preston.ae/

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ssmenon80
U may try at XLRI Dubai campus, they have now limited seats available for 2013 batch.the entrance is on 23rd of this month
U may try at XLRI Dubai campus, they have now limited seats available for 2013 batch.the entrance is on 23rd of this month
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ssmenon80
Many of the world's top business schools are not triple-accredited, while several schools that appear low in the rankings have triple accreditation.
One reason for this is that some of the top business schools choose not to incur the financial cost of international accreditation and rely only on accreditation by their national accrediting body (usually the country's education ministry). Notable examples are the Desautels Faculty of Management of McGill University in Canada or the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, which have not received accreditation by any of the three global accrediting institutions.
Another reason is that the top schools in some regions do not meet one or more of the detailed criteria of the accrediting institutions and choose not to amend their policy. Notable examples are all top US business schools: Harvard Business School, Wharton, Stanford GSB, Columbia Business School, Chicago Booth, etc., which do not meet AMBA's mandatory three-year student-work-experience requirement for all MBA applicants.
Many of the world's top business schools are not triple-accredited, while several schools that appear low in the rankings have triple accreditation.
One reason for this is that some of the top business schools choose not to incur the financial cost of international accreditation and rely only on accreditation by their national accrediting body (usually the country's education ministry). Notable examples are the Desautels Faculty of Management of McGill University in Canada or the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, which have not received accreditation by any of the three global accrediting institutions.
Another reason is that the top schools in some regions do not meet one or more of the detailed criteria of the accrediting institutions and choose not to amend their policy. Notable examples are all top US business schools: Harvard Business School, Wharton, Stanford GSB, Columbia Business School, Chicago Booth, etc., which do not meet AMBA's mandatory three-year student-work-experience requirement for all MBA applicants.
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Duncan
What does this cutting and pasting from Wikipedia have to do with Dubai?
What does this cutting and pasting from Wikipedia have to do with Dubai?
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ezra
I think he's trying to make the point that a school doesn't have to have international accreditation to be worth considering.

However, I take the opposite view: if a school isn't accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS, I wouldn't even consider it (with the exception of McGill, but that school is outside of this discussion.)
I think he's trying to make the point that a school doesn't have to have international accreditation to be worth considering.

However, I take the opposite view: if a school isn't accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS, I wouldn't even consider it (with the exception of McGill, but that school is outside of this discussion.)
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ssmenon80
Its up to you for what purpose you do MBA . If you need to learn real MBA stuff get it from Indian B schools its worth .. Am not joking.
For your knowledge Indian economics is one of the best among the world.Am not simply telling you that check it
I repeat going behind accreditation is same like going for a Tom cruise movie with out any story
Only name wull be there at end
Its up to you for what purpose you do MBA . If you need to learn real MBA stuff get it from Indian B schools its worth .. Am not joking.
For your knowledge Indian economics is one of the best among the world.Am not simply telling you that check it
I repeat going behind accreditation is same like going for a Tom cruise movie with out any story
Only name wull be there at end
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mba hipste...

I repeat going behind accreditation is same like going for a Tom cruise movie with out any story
Only name wull be there at end

No, no, no NO!

Look at the FT rankings. It's beyond arguing that accredited business schools provide substantially better, verifiable, return on investment than non-accredited ones.

Is it any surprise that your beloved XLRI -DOES NOT- publish career placement reports? While schools like Stanford, LBS, Harvard, etc. are completely transparent with where their graduates end up and how much they make?

Please stop trying to mislead people.
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I repeat going behind accreditation is same like going for a Tom cruise movie with out any story
Only name wull be there at end</blockquote>
No, no, no NO!

Look at the FT rankings. It's beyond arguing that accredited business schools provide substantially better, verifiable, return on investment than non-accredited ones.

Is it any surprise that your beloved XLRI -DOES NOT- publish career placement reports? While schools like Stanford, LBS, Harvard, etc. are completely transparent with where their graduates end up and how much they make?

Please stop trying to mislead people.
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ssmenon80
Sir,
XLRI cannot compete with schools like Stanford, LBS, Harvard..
I try to compete with SP Jain,Hariot Watt range of schools. The fees for XLRI is AED 75K were as LBS is AED 300K+ in Dubai.
Sir,
XLRI cannot compete with schools like Stanford, LBS, Harvard..
I try to compete with SP Jain,Hariot Watt range of schools. The fees for XLRI is AED 75K were as LBS is AED 300K+ in Dubai.
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mba hipste...
Sir,
XLRI cannot compete with schools like Stanford, LBS, Harvard..
I try to compete with SP Jain,Hariot Watt range of schools. The fees for XLRI is AED 75K were as LBS is AED 300K+ in Dubai.

Then this is a financial decision, and based on this you have no grounds to make the argument that accreditation is irrelevant. Just because you can't afford an accredited school doesn't mean that accreditation is not important.

It is absolutely important, in that schools that are accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS provide a verifiably better return on investment, and provide a consistently better learning experience.
<blockquote>Sir,
XLRI cannot compete with schools like Stanford, LBS, Harvard..
I try to compete with SP Jain,Hariot Watt range of schools. The fees for XLRI is AED 75K were as LBS is AED 300K+ in Dubai.</blockquote>
Then this is a financial decision, and based on this you have no grounds to make the argument that accreditation is irrelevant. Just because you can't afford an accredited school doesn't mean that accreditation is not important.

It is absolutely important, in that schools that are accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS provide a verifiably better return on investment, and provide a consistently better learning experience.
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Isaac
I am chemical engineering student passing out this year. I am looking for the best possible fulltime MBA course in UAE. Kindly help me urgently as the intake time is closing out.

Is HULT the only good option avialble ??
I am chemical engineering student passing out this year. I am looking for the best possible fulltime MBA course in UAE. Kindly help me urgently as the intake time is closing out.

Is HULT the only good option avialble ??
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Duncan
If you are graduating this year, then do you have the three years' work experience that Hult requires?

Look at SP Jain.
If you are graduating this year, then do you have the three years' work experience that Hult requires?

Look at SP Jain.
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