Good Colleges for MBA in New Zealand


etp4

Like me, this dude is looking to the basics in fundamentality in regards to a MBA outside of the US...i think? Immediately I am tapped on the shoulder and told not to do the one year program, co the whole serious of 16 months, others are quite to the contrary. My advise to the other guy asking is 'GET IN, STAY and FINISH!'

Like me, this dude is looking to the basics in fundamentality in regards to a MBA outside of the US...i think? Immediately I am tapped on the shoulder and told not to do the one year program, co the whole serious of 16 months, others are quite to the contrary. My advise to the other guy asking is 'GET IN, STAY and FINISH!'
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ezra

Am I correct in thinking that obtaining an MBA here does not translate to job security in the US?

Well, the strength of most of the programs in New Zealand is that they do place well into local firms. However, a percentage of students do go to North America (I think it's about 5-10% at Waikato, for example.)

So there most likely will be at least an alumni network in the US, if not recruiting opportunities. I'd look into that with the administration.

If this seems a dumb question be advised that returning back to the US is folly considering the HIGH unemployment across the US

Depends on what you're looking for. New Zealand didn't exactly escape the financial crisis either - although its recovery has been relatively better than other countries - so it may be that there are jobs there. You're in a good position to find out, I'd wager!

<blockquote>Am I correct in thinking that obtaining an MBA here does not translate to job security in the US?</blockquote>
Well, the strength of most of the programs in New Zealand is that they do place well into local firms. However, a percentage of students do go to North America (I think it's about 5-10% at Waikato, for example.)

So there most likely will be at least an alumni network in the US, if not recruiting opportunities. I'd look into that with the administration.

<blockquote> If this seems a dumb question be advised that returning back to the US is folly considering the HIGH unemployment across the US</blockquote>
Depends on what you're looking for. New Zealand didn't exactly escape the financial crisis either - although its recovery has been relatively better than other countries - so it may be that there are jobs there. You're in a good position to find out, I'd wager!
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shewta

Hi Manick

The AUT MBA is 180 academic points, this compares to Otago MBA's (also in New Zealand) 300 points which can be completed in the same time-frame.

i agree with you


I can also confirm that Otago does not give any commission to any agents. Students come to do their MBA at Otago because it is an internationally recognised MBA.

Hi Manick

The AUT MBA is 180 academic points, this compares to Otago MBA's (also in New Zealand) 300 points which can be completed in the same time-frame.

i agree with you


I can also confirm that Otago does not give any commission to any agents. Students come to do their MBA at Otago because it is an internationally recognised MBA.
</blockquote>
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viraj05

Hi Guys,
I just wanted you ask that what will be overall cost of doing an mba in newzealand and what are the job opportunities after doing an mba in newzealand???

I will be really thankful if you help me out with this.
Thanks in advance

Hi Guys,
I just wanted you ask that what will be overall cost of doing an mba in newzealand and what are the job opportunities after doing an mba in newzealand???

I will be really thankful if you help me out with this.
Thanks in advance
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Duncan

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SMILE

Dear if some one can guide me to have admission in Post MBA diploma in health care management.

Dear if some one can guide me to have admission in Post MBA diploma in health care management.
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mba hipste...

In NZ? There's not much. Maybe Auckland has something in their executive education portfolio?

http://www.nextexecutive.com/schools/auckland

Other than that, if you can make it to Melbourne, you might look at something like this Healthcare Leadership program.

http://www.nextexecutive.com/courses/12755

In NZ? There's not much. Maybe Auckland has something in their executive education portfolio?

http://www.nextexecutive.com/schools/auckland

Other than that, if you can make it to Melbourne, you might look at something like this Healthcare Leadership program.

http://www.nextexecutive.com/courses/12755
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SMILE

Bundle of thanx.
may i know some unique or different program post MBA diploma in NZ and if there is how i will make admission as i am from Pakistan.

Bundle of thanx.
may i know some unique or different program post MBA diploma in NZ and if there is how i will make admission as i am from Pakistan.
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mba-alum

Check out the University of Otago. I'm quite sure I came across something a PG diploma on healthcare management from their business school.

Check out the University of Otago. I'm quite sure I came across something a PG diploma on healthcare management from their business school.
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Hi Guys,

I am planning on doing an MBA from AIS st Helens. I v got 3+ years of management experience. Can some one let me know how well recognised is a certificate from this institute.
Pls do share your thoughts on after MBA job opprtunities as well.

THanks

Hi Guys,

I am planning on doing an MBA from AIS st Helens. I v got 3+ years of management experience. Can some one let me know how well recognised is a certificate from this institute.
Pls do share your thoughts on after MBA job opprtunities as well.

THanks
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ezra

I can't say that I have heard of it. In general, an MBA from a school with AMBA, EQUIS, or AACSB accreditation will be a better investment, and will provide better opportunities in the future. I'm not sure what your situation is, but if you are an international student who wants to find a job in New Zealand after graduation, I doubt that an MBA from a school without international accreditation will be the best route.

In New Zealand, the only full-time MBA programs with international accreditation are the ones at these schools:

Otago
Auckland University of Technology
University of Canterbury

Those are the only ones that I would recommend.

I can't say that I have heard of it. In general, an MBA from a school with AMBA, EQUIS, or AACSB accreditation will be a better investment, and will provide better opportunities in the future. I'm not sure what your situation is, but if you are an international student who wants to find a job in New Zealand after graduation, I doubt that an MBA from a school without international accreditation will be the best route.

In New Zealand, the only full-time MBA programs with international accreditation are the ones at these schools:

Otago
Auckland University of Technology
University of Canterbury

Those are the only ones that I would recommend.
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Razors Edg...

Just FYI it looks like Canterbury just got AACSB accreditation:

http://www.find-mba.com/article/955/five-business-schools-receive-aacsb-accreditation-in-business

Doesn't seem like a bad program, although for international students it costs more than the Otago program, interestingly.

Just FYI it looks like Canterbury just got AACSB accreditation:

http://www.find-mba.com/article/955/five-business-schools-receive-aacsb-accreditation-in-business

Doesn't seem like a bad program, although for international students it costs more than the Otago program, interestingly.
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mistermark


In New Zealand, the only full-time MBA programs with international accreditation are the ones at these schools:

Otago
Auckland University of Technology
University of Canterbury



I agree that non-accredited MBA programs are a waste of time and money. However you've missed an important name off the list: the University of Auckland Business School's MBA program is accredited by all three awarding bodies, placing it among the top one percent of business schools globally:

http://www.business.auckland.ac.nz/en/about/the-business-school/accreditations.html

<blockquote>
In New Zealand, the only full-time MBA programs with international accreditation are the ones at these schools:

Otago
Auckland University of Technology
University of Canterbury

</blockquote>

I agree that non-accredited MBA programs are a waste of time and money. However you've missed an important name off the list: the University of Auckland Business School's MBA program is accredited by all three awarding bodies, placing it among the top one percent of business schools globally:

http://www.business.auckland.ac.nz/en/about/the-business-school/accreditations.html
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ezra

Yes, that's a good school as well. I didn't include it because I was just listing the accredited business schools in New Zealand which offered full-time MBA programs, and as far as I know, their MBA is designed for working executives, no?

Yes, that's a good school as well. I didn't include it because I was just listing the accredited business schools in New Zealand which offered full-time MBA programs, and as far as I know, their MBA is designed for working executives, no?
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mika2000

New Zealand as a provider of quality education. It offers a safe learning environment which provides excellent study opportunities and support services for international students. Courses are available for academic, professional and vocational studies at universities, polytechnics, colleges of education, secondary schools and private training establishments. Campuses are highly international, with students from all corners of the globe studying and socialising together..

New Zealand as a provider of quality education. It offers a safe learning environment which provides excellent study opportunities and support services for international students. Courses are available for academic, professional and vocational studies at universities, polytechnics, colleges of education, secondary schools and private training establishments. Campuses are highly international, with students from all corners of the globe studying and socialising together..
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Duncan

Cutting and pasting does not answer this person's question: https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=%22It%20offers%20a%20safe%20learning%20environment%20which%20provides%20excellent%20study%20opportunities%20and%20support%20services%20for%20international%20students%22&safe=off

Cutting and pasting does not answer this person's question: https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=%22It%20offers%20a%20safe%20learning%20environment%20which%20provides%20excellent%20study%20opportunities%20and%20support%20services%20for%20international%20students%22&safe=off
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Inactive User

Hello all,

So i need simple advice, but let me brief you about me a bit.
Aged 22, A graduate in accounting & finance. 7.5 Bands in IELTS.
Standing offer from AIS st. helens for post graduate diploma in Buz & admin Also from AUT for masters in applied finance & from massey for posgradaute studies in Buz & admin (banking & finance).
i have no work experience on paper i have done bits & lits of internships & part-time jobs.
But i am a enthusiast, Confidant, a numbers guy & i speak well.

I intend to build my career in finance & i am thinking to accept the offer from AIS.

The simple question is, will i land with a relevant & pay of 20000/- to 25000/- Per annum JOB ?

Hello all,

So i need simple advice, but let me brief you about me a bit.
Aged 22, A graduate in accounting & finance. 7.5 Bands in IELTS.
Standing offer from AIS st. helens for post graduate diploma in Buz & admin Also from AUT for masters in applied finance & from massey for posgradaute studies in Buz & admin (banking & finance).
i have no work experience on paper i have done bits & lits of internships & part-time jobs.
But i am a enthusiast, Confidant, a numbers guy & i speak well.

I intend to build my career in finance & i am thinking to accept the offer from AIS.

The simple question is, will i land with a relevant & pay of 20000/- to 25000/- Per annum JOB ?
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mba hipste...

Without work experience you'd be much better off doing a master in management program from an accredited business school, versus doing an MBA from an unaccredited school like the one you're looking at. Grads from these programs will most likely have better salaries than your expectations, but check with the schools and ask for salary stats. Here's a few accredited New Zealand business schools that offer these kinds of programs:

University of Auckland - Master in Management
University of Otago - Master of Business
Auckland University of Technology - Master of Business

Without work experience you'd be much better off doing a master in management program from an accredited business school, versus doing an MBA from an unaccredited school like the one you're looking at. Grads from these programs will most likely have better salaries than your expectations, but check with the schools and ask for salary stats. Here's a few accredited New Zealand business schools that offer these kinds of programs:

University of Auckland - Master in Management
University of Otago - Master of Business
Auckland University of Technology - Master of Business

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Inactive User

Without work experience you'd be much better off doing a master in management program from an accredited business school, versus doing an MBA from an unaccredited school like the one you're looking at. Grads from these programs will most likely have better salaries than your expectations, but check with the schools and ask for salary stats. Here's a few accredited New Zealand business schools that offer these kinds of programs:

University of Auckland - Master in Management
University of Otago - Master of Business
Auckland University of Technology - Master of Business

i have obviously given those a thought.
but the masters in business /management from these universities cost a bomb like 36k or more .
like i mentioned i have a offer from AUT for masters in applied finance(fees 31k)
&
my tuition fee for AIS post grad is costing about 22k.
i was thinking after i finish this degree if i could get a surviving job in finance industry & grow from there & later consider a MBA after i gain about 4 years of exp.
don't you think this will work ?

& Thanks much for your Advice/

[quote]Without work experience you'd be much better off doing a master in management program from an accredited business school, versus doing an MBA from an unaccredited school like the one you're looking at. Grads from these programs will most likely have better salaries than your expectations, but check with the schools and ask for salary stats. Here's a few accredited New Zealand business schools that offer these kinds of programs:

University of Auckland - Master in Management
University of Otago - Master of Business
Auckland University of Technology - Master of Business

i have obviously given those a thought.
but the masters in business /management from these universities cost a bomb like 36k or more .
like i mentioned i have a offer from AUT for masters in applied finance(fees 31k)
&
my tuition fee for AIS post grad is costing about 22k.
i was thinking after i finish this degree if i could get a surviving job in finance industry & grow from there & later consider a MBA after i gain about 4 years of exp.
don't you think this will work ?

& Thanks much for your Advice/
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Inactive User

anyone has any important advice , i am all ears....
DUNCAN , EZRA ?
I could really use some advice from you guys..
I really wish to make a global career out my life & as per my research NZ can give me the best head-start.

A little help please..

anyone has any important advice , i am all ears....
DUNCAN , EZRA ?
I could really use some advice from you guys..
I really wish to make a global career out my life & as per my research NZ can give me the best head-start.

A little help please..
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