CEU MBA or Pforzheim MBA or HWR Berlin MBA or MIB Italy MBA


suvoram

With A GMAT score of 680 and 4 years experience in IT from India, am looking for a decent reasonable budget MBA program in Europe, which one of the following would be the best choice?
CEU Hungary MBA or Pforzheim MBA or HWR Berlin MBA or MIB Italy MBA?
Please suggest if there are any other options availble outside this list which is ranked or/and accredited and reasonably priced too.

It would be great to hear from Duncan or any one willing to suggest me on this.

With A GMAT score of 680 and 4 years experience in IT from India, am looking for a decent reasonable budget MBA program in Europe, which one of the following would be the best choice?
CEU Hungary MBA or Pforzheim MBA or HWR Berlin MBA or MIB Italy MBA?
Please suggest if there are any other options availble outside this list which is ranked or/and accredited and reasonably priced too.

It would be great to hear from Duncan or any one willing to suggest me on this.
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Duncan

Do you have any specific goals? MIB stands out on this list, for me.

Do you have any specific goals? MIB stands out on this list, for me.
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suvoram

I would be coming back and working with my current employer in India and the MBA is needed to serve the purpose of widening my business and management knowledgebase and also reward me with international exposure. But the budget is obviously a constraint, so in the given budget of around 15000 EUR which one do you think would serve my purpose?

[Edited by suvoram on Jun 22, 2016]

I would be coming back and working with my current employer in India and the MBA is needed to serve the purpose of widening my business and management knowledgebase and also reward me with international exposure. But the budget is obviously a constraint, so in the given budget of around 15000 EUR which one do you think would serve my purpose?
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suvoram

Duncan, I had another question in mind, how good is the MBA from the University of Pisa?

Duncan, I had another question in mind, how good is the MBA from the University of Pisa?
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Duncan

Pisa is not very good at all. Stick to schools with one or more of the respected accreditations: AACSB, EQUIS or AMBA. In terms of programme design the Pforzheim MBA is longer, more extensive, less flexible and more academic. But the international exposure will primarily be to other Asians. MIB will be around one quarter or one third Asian, more experiential and more flexible. If the concentrations and international study options at MIB don't matter to you, then Pforzheim might be better.

Pisa is not very good at all. Stick to schools with one or more of the respected accreditations: AACSB, EQUIS or AMBA. In terms of programme design the Pforzheim MBA is longer, more extensive, less flexible and more academic. But the international exposure will primarily be to other Asians. MIB will be around one quarter or one third Asian, more experiential and more flexible. If the concentrations and international study options at MIB don't matter to you, then Pforzheim might be better.
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RobPM

What about the MBA from the aueb in Athens?, it has triple crown and costs only 12.000 euros.

http://imba.aueb.gr/

What about the MBA from the aueb in Athens?, it has triple crown and costs only 12.000 euros.

http://imba.aueb.gr/
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Duncan

AUEB is not triple crown, rather AMBA only, but that's a good price and an economical (if unhappy) city.

AUEB is not triple crown, rather AMBA only, but that's a good price and an economical (if unhappy) city.
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laurie

This list has lots of good options, including the AUEB and CEU MBAs:

http://find-mba.com/lists/top-business-schools-by-location/top-10-budget-mba-programs-in-europe

This list has lots of good options, including the AUEB and CEU MBAs:

http://find-mba.com/lists/top-business-schools-by-location/top-10-budget-mba-programs-in-europe
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loran

Hi! Have you considered the CIMBA MBA program? Granted by University of Iowa, 11 month-program, classes held in Italy and final session at the University of Iowa, AACSB accredited degree and focus on leadership development.

[Edited by loran on Jun 29, 2016]

Hi! Have you considered the CIMBA MBA program? Granted by University of Iowa, 11 month-program, classes held in Italy and final session at the University of Iowa, AACSB accredited degree and focus on leadership development.
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maury

Does that CIMBA program really cost 45,000 USD?

http://find-mba.com/schools/europe/italy/cimba

Seems like the other programs being discussed, CEU's, MIB's, etc. - are a bit more affordable...

Does that CIMBA program really cost 45,000 USD?

http://find-mba.com/schools/europe/italy/cimba

Seems like the other programs being discussed, CEU's, MIB's, etc. - are a bit more affordable...
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Duncan

No! CIMBA is $25,275. http://cimbaitaly.com/costs-payments-full-time-2/

No! CIMBA is $25,275. http://cimbaitaly.com/costs-payments-full-time-2/
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With A GMAT score of 680 and 4 years experience in IT from India, am looking for a decent reasonable budget MBA program in Europe, which one of the following would be the best choice?
CEU Hungary MBA or Pforzheim MBA or HWR Berlin MBA or MIB Italy MBA?
Please suggest if there are any other options availble outside this list which is ranked or/and accredited and reasonably priced too.

It would be great to hear from Duncan or any one willing to suggest me on this.


Hello Suvoram!

I can only talk to you about the Pforzheim one. Since is the one I know more about.

If the whole purpose of your MBA studies is to widen your business knowledge and there is a budget of 15,000 EUR, then Pforzheim makes total sense since as you may have read before the program has a good reputation, is AACSB-acredited and goes for around 13,000 EUR.

I hope this helps!

[quote]With A GMAT score of 680 and 4 years experience in IT from India, am looking for a decent reasonable budget MBA program in Europe, which one of the following would be the best choice?
CEU Hungary MBA or Pforzheim MBA or HWR Berlin MBA or MIB Italy MBA?
Please suggest if there are any other options availble outside this list which is ranked or/and accredited and reasonably priced too.

It would be great to hear from Duncan or any one willing to suggest me on this.[/quote]

Hello Suvoram!

I can only talk to you about the Pforzheim one. Since is the one I know more about.

If the whole purpose of your MBA studies is to widen your business knowledge and there is a budget of 15,000 EUR, then Pforzheim makes total sense since as you may have read before the program has a good reputation, is AACSB-acredited and goes for around 13,000 EUR.

I hope this helps!
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