EADA(Msc Mgt spain) or MIP(italy/ SOLVAY(brussels) for entrepreneurship?


markmelki
Hello everyone,

I am admitted to these 2 programs. I need advice on which to choose!!!!!!
It is important for me to find a job after the masters and in europe would be better.
Both doesn't offer an internship. MIP program is 6 month in MIP school of mgt Milano, and 6 month at SOLVAY brussels business school.
I am even admitted to EDHEC france for Msc in entrepreneurship but I think i prefer the other countries.

Please advice regarding anything you feel helpful.

Thanks.

[Edited by markmelki on Feb 13, 2015]

Hello everyone,

I am admitted to these 2 programs. I need advice on which to choose!!!!!!
It is important for me to find a job after the masters and in europe would be better.
Both doesn't offer an internship. MIP program is 6 month in MIP school of mgt Milano, and 6 month at SOLVAY brussels business school.
I am even admitted to EDHEC france for Msc in entrepreneurship but I think i prefer the other countries.

Please advice regarding anything you feel helpful.

Thanks.
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Duncan
To be honest, if you want to get a job then don't take a course in entrepreneurship. Those are for people who want to work for themselves.

Solvay and MIP are good schools. MIP is better, for most students. But do you speak Italian or French? Read: Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713
To be honest, if you want to get a job then don't take a course in entrepreneurship. Those are for people who want to work for themselves.

Solvay and MIP are good schools. MIP is better, for most students. But do you speak Italian or French? Read: Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713
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markmelki
Yes I do speak French, English, Arabic fluently. which one will help me find a job later, taking into consideration the country, ranking, career service….?

Thank for you reply
Yes I do speak French, English, Arabic fluently. which one will help me find a job later, taking into consideration the country, ranking, career service….?

Thank for you reply
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Duncan
None of these are ideal choices. You don't speak Spanish, so the Spanish labour market will be hard for you. The MIP/Solvay programme looks great (http://www.mip.polimi.it/mip/en/Master/Advanced-Master-in-Innovation-and-Entrepreneurship.html) and I guess it's good for you that the last six-month are in a city and country which French is one of the two languages. However, some established companies are cautious about people with entrepreneurship degrees for obvious reasons. A management or finance degree in a French or English speaking country would be better.

[Edited by Duncan on Feb 13, 2015]

None of these are ideal choices. You don't speak Spanish, so the Spanish labour market will be hard for you. The MIP/Solvay programme looks great (http://www.mip.polimi.it/mip/en/Master/Advanced-Master-in-Innovation-and-Entrepreneurship.html) and I guess it's good for you that the last six-month are in a city and country which French is one of the two languages. However, some established companies are cautious about people with entrepreneurship degrees for obvious reasons. A management or finance degree in a French or English speaking country would be better.
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Hello everyone,

Really interesting discussion that gives good pointers as to the criteria and perceived risks of enrolling in a programme about innovation and entrepreneurship. At Solvay our experience with entrepreneurship tracks both in our Advanced Masters and in our Solvay Entrepreneurs branch is that what participants learn is very often very useful in professional contexts that are not necessarily start-ups.

Of course, since I'm working for the School you may consider this note to be biased, but we're just being very transparent about how we think of the joint programme with MIP Politecnico di Milano and its benefits for participants. We're open to discussions, especially considering the tradition of free-inquiry of Solvay and Université libre de Bruxelles.

[Edited by alex.papanastassiou on Apr 23, 2015]

Hello everyone,

Really interesting discussion that gives good pointers as to the criteria and perceived risks of enrolling in a programme about innovation and entrepreneurship. At Solvay our experience with entrepreneurship tracks both in our Advanced Masters and in our Solvay Entrepreneurs branch is that what participants learn is very often very useful in professional contexts that are not necessarily start-ups.

Of course, since I'm working for the School you may consider this note to be biased, but we're just being very transparent about how we think of the joint programme with MIP Politecnico di Milano and its benefits for participants. We're open to discussions, especially considering the tradition of free-inquiry of Solvay and Université libre de Bruxelles.
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