I've recently received admission to MIP Politecnico de Milano International MBA program. This program holds accreditation from EQUIS and AMBA, however it has not received AACSB accreditation yet. When speaking with the recruiters during the interview process, they mentioned the program is in the process of receiving AACSB accreditation fairly soon.
In reading other discussions, I understand that a triple crown program has a higher impact on employment opportunities and salary offerings after MBA graduation. However, since MIP is lacking the AACSB distinction will this put me at a strong disadvantage?
I'm a US student with a Bachelors in Business Administration: Finance and 3 years work experience in commercial banking. My goal after graduation is to work in global banking or international real estate, which is why I've decided to obtain a MBA in Europe.
The other schools I'm considering are ESCP, Nyenrode & Tias.
[Edited by AshleyB89 on Jan 30, 2018]