Henly - Edinburgh - Manchester - Warwick - Imperial


dramp
Hi

From the international reputational and prestige perspective except of the fees, which one of them you would recommend for an executive MBA.

Henley - Edinburgh - Manchester - Warwick - Imperial

or maybe another one as Durham or Bradford.

I am located in Switzerland banking market 6 years experience - project management

Thanks

[Edited by dramp on Jun 06, 2015]

Hi

From the international reputational and prestige perspective except of the fees, which one of them you would recommend for an executive MBA.

Henley - Edinburgh - Manchester - Warwick - Imperial

or maybe another one as Durham or Bradford.

I am located in Switzerland banking market 6 years experience - project management

Thanks
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Duncan
I think the FT EMBA ranking clearly suggests Warwick is best, and if you are coming from Switzerland then the format is very good.

Why these schools? If you're in the German-speaking region, the HSG, WHU and Mannheim double MBA programmes are excellent value for money and have a great network.
I think the FT EMBA ranking clearly suggests Warwick is best, and if you are coming from Switzerland then the format is very good.

Why these schools? If you're in the German-speaking region, the HSG, WHU and Mannheim double MBA programmes are excellent value for money and have a great network.
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