To give a bit of a background, I did my MSc at one of the Technical University in the Netherlands, after which I have worked for 3 years and I am currently working with one of the largest fmcgs. I am 29 and I have been wanting to make a transition in my career and move away from Technology. Maybe into finance or Management consultancy (still exploring my focus area). My GPAs are not extra ordinary but above average. I can think of 2 choices I can make for an MBA.
1) Target a top level b school outside of the Netherlands, such as, in the US or INSEAD (I would want to come back to the NL).
2) Target a top level b school eMBA in the Netherlands (which only leaves me with UVA and RSM, am a fan of neither but I might be wrong)
I was curious to know from experts about their opinion on the following:
1) How are MBAs perceived in the Dutch market? What signals does an MBA send in the Dutch market?
2) I already make like around 58k gross per year and I feel I am hitting a saturation in my field. With 3% salary appreciation, I am just getting impatient. (The silver lining being I started at 36k, 3 years ago.). Would an MBA in this case help me to break the saturation point?
3) What positions are experienced professionals with no management background hired into with an MBA.
[Edited by walamet on Jul 24, 2020]