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Hi there,

I'm thinking of starting an MBA in Europe.

Legal-Banking-finance background, 5+ years of experience. En / Fr / Spa.

Aiming for management roles in banking, and possibly knowledge to start a future company in the future.

I would like to work in Central Europe: French-German speaking countries.

My first option is ESSEC-Mannheim. I'm also looking at Frankfurt and the Spanish options, mainly I.E.'s online.

Every advice is welcome, so feel free to comment.

Thank you.

Hi there,

I'm thinking of starting an MBA in Europe.

Legal-Banking-finance background, 5+ years of experience. En / Fr / Spa.

Aiming for management roles in banking, and possibly knowledge to start a future company in the future.

I would like to work in Central Europe: French-German speaking countries.

My first option is ESSEC-Mannheim. I'm also looking at Frankfurt and the Spanish options, mainly I.E.'s online.

Every advice is welcome, so feel free to comment.

Thank you.
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maury

The ESSEC-Mannheim program is a great fit for your goals. Not sure why you would look at the Spanish schools if you're not interested in working in Spain. You might want to look into the EuroMBA too.

The ESSEC-Mannheim program is a great fit for your goals. Not sure why you would look at the Spanish schools if you're not interested in working in Spain. You might want to look into the EuroMBA too.
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