EADA vs UPF-IDEC in Barcelona, Spain


SingleSpai...

BMI is totally unknown place. I would never recommend you to study there for multiple reasons. The main risk is obvious, to dissapear as a school in the coming years.

Please people, be serious.

BMI is totally unknown place. I would never recommend you to study there for multiple reasons. The main risk is obvious, to dissapear as a school in the coming years.

Please people, be serious.
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dagny

It is always very easy to make negative comments about the people or the institutions which are new in the industry, but every school starts like that, right? Therefore being new should not be seen as a disadvantage. I completely agree that we should all be serious and make people decide what they want themselves. Here is a link which includes the videos of the Financial Times Interview with BMI students and professors:
http://www.barcelonami.tv/bmi.swf

It is always very easy to make negative comments about the people or the institutions which are new in the industry, but every school starts like that, right? Therefore being new should not be seen as a disadvantage. I completely agree that we should all be serious and make people decide what they want themselves. Here is a link which includes the videos of the Financial Times Interview with BMI students and professors:
http://www.barcelonami.tv/bmi.swf
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James

There is an inflation of people talking about this BMI, a folkloristic MBA.

There several new schools like the European Shool of Management and Technology in berlin, which has started ahs a proper business school and, even if brand new, is an excellent one.
This is a forum not a cheap way to promote folklotistic schools.

There is an inflation of people talking about this BMI, a folkloristic MBA.

There several new schools like the European Shool of Management and Technology in berlin, which has started ahs a proper business school and, even if brand new, is an excellent one.
This is a forum not a cheap way to promote folklotistic schools.
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LP

I agree with you, James. It is a pity that this board has sudenly and (in my opinion) quite artificially been flooded with posts about that school, and almost exclusively from the same person. I find it less and less interesting to read this discussion board. I didn't have a good opinion about that school, and each time I see a new "wave" of posts I feel less and less interested in it.

I agree with you, James. It is a pity that this board has sudenly and (in my opinion) quite artificially been flooded with posts about that school, and almost exclusively from the same person. I find it less and less interesting to read this discussion board. I didn't have a good opinion about that school, and each time I see a new "wave" of posts I feel less and less interested in it.
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SingleSpai...

Please, take a look at this link:
http://www.aeede.es/miembros_aeede.htm

All the Spanish Business Schools are members of AEEDE (or should be).

Please, take a look at this link:
http://www.aeede.es/miembros_aeede.htm

All the Spanish Business Schools are members of AEEDE (or should be).

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Hi All,

I got the admit into international MBA at EADA.

I need your advice.

My Profile:
==========
Location: India
PG-Diploma in advanced computing (75.89%)
Bachelor of Engineering in computer Sceince (76.33%)
12th from UP Board (66.20%)
10th from UP Board (63.00%)

Exp: Presently more than 5 yrs of exp as a software developper. (6 years by the time MBA will start)
Currently working with an US based MNC (1 year 10 months)
1 year: TCS
2 years 4 months: In a small software company in Noida
3 months worked as a lecturer
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Could you please answere following queries based upon your knowledge about EADA MBA:

1. How known is this school internatioanally? How is the reputation as compare to other schools in Europe?
2. What are the job prospects in US, UK, and mainly in India?
3. For career growth, is it really worth of joining this programme for me?

I am looking forward to this programme. Please do reply ASAP.

Thanks

Shilendra

Hi All,

I got the admit into international MBA at EADA.

I need your advice.

My Profile:
==========
Location: India
PG-Diploma in advanced computing (75.89%)
Bachelor of Engineering in computer Sceince (76.33%)
12th from UP Board (66.20%)
10th from UP Board (63.00%)

Exp: Presently more than 5 yrs of exp as a software developper. (6 years by the time MBA will start)
Currently working with an US based MNC (1 year 10 months)
1 year: TCS
2 years 4 months: In a small software company in Noida
3 months worked as a lecturer
-------------

Could you please answere following queries based upon your knowledge about EADA MBA:

1. How known is this school internatioanally? How is the reputation as compare to other schools in Europe?
2. What are the job prospects in US, UK, and mainly in India?
3. For career growth, is it really worth of joining this programme for me?

I am looking forward to this programme. Please do reply ASAP.

Thanks

Shilendra
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Hi All,

Any suggestion for EADA international MBA?

What are the job prospects in Europe (UK), Singapore, Australia, US, India post EADA MBA?

I am very confused at this moment.
Please help me out.

Thanks

Hi All,

Any suggestion for EADA international MBA?

What are the job prospects in Europe (UK), Singapore, Australia, US, India post EADA MBA?

I am very confused at this moment.
Please help me out.

Thanks
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hello everyone,

My name is Ankit and I am totally confusd between ESSEC and GGSB.

I am a Hotel Management graduate with 3.5yrs of Managerial experience in US,UK and France. and want to switch to Marketing. GMAT- 600

Got admission in ESSEC in Hospitality but somehow feels that spending 35000 is not worth on this program as I want to be in Marketing and want to work in Eurpe for sometime to gain some experience.

I am looking for Msc in Marketing from GGSB but the thing is that its not an MBA and dont know how is the course reputation in the Market.

TOTALLY CONFUSED...............

hello everyone,

My name is Ankit and I am totally confusd between ESSEC and GGSB.

I am a Hotel Management graduate with 3.5yrs of Managerial experience in US,UK and France. and want to switch to Marketing. GMAT- 600

Got admission in ESSEC in Hospitality but somehow feels that spending 35000 is not worth on this program as I want to be in Marketing and want to work in Eurpe for sometime to gain some experience.

I am looking for Msc in Marketing from GGSB but the thing is that its not an MBA and dont know how is the course reputation in the Market.

TOTALLY CONFUSED...............
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matylda

Hi guys!
I have one crucial question about that 'controvertial' BMI school... Can anyone please tell me if they have any home-page and if so, what's its adress? I was trying to find it for a while now and all I got were the school's ads on all sort of weird pages but not a trace of a regular home-page.
Thanks for your help! :)

Hi guys!
I have one crucial question about that 'controvertial' BMI school... Can anyone please tell me if they have any home-page and if so, what's its adress? I was trying to find it for a while now and all I got were the school's ads on all sort of weird pages but not a trace of a regular home-page.
Thanks for your help! :)
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ArunS

Looks like BMI has left us. The website used to be http://www.barcelonami.org/

Looks like BMI has left us. The website used to be http://www.barcelonami.org/
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