EDHEC MBA review and employability in the Netherlands


maria.m
Hello,

I am Greek, currently working in Greece and pursuing an MBA outside of Greece. Also, I have received a 730 in GMAT. After I complete the MBA I want to live and work in the Netherlands. The obvious choice would be RSM, which I seriously consider as an option. However, tuition fees for RSM are high, I could afford them but with difficulty. As a result, I started exploring other, more affordable MBAs, that on the same time are pretty good in rankings. At the moment I am considering EDHEC Global MBA, that offers a 50% scholarship based on my GMAT score.
Given that after my studies I want to work in the Netherlands, probably in a tech company, is studying in France going to be a problem? Will it be difficult for me to land a job in the Netherlands without the networking that RSM offers?
In addition to that, I would like to know more about the studies in EDHEC. Are they worth the investment?

Thank you in advance
Hello,

I am Greek, currently working in Greece and pursuing an MBA outside of Greece. Also, I have received a 730 in GMAT. After I complete the MBA I want to live and work in the Netherlands. The obvious choice would be RSM, which I seriously consider as an option. However, tuition fees for RSM are high, I could afford them but with difficulty. As a result, I started exploring other, more affordable MBAs, that on the same time are pretty good in rankings. At the moment I am considering EDHEC Global MBA, that offers a 50% scholarship based on my GMAT score.
Given that after my studies I want to work in the Netherlands, probably in a tech company, is studying in France going to be a problem? Will it be difficult for me to land a job in the Netherlands without the networking that RSM offers?
In addition to that, I would like to know more about the studies in EDHEC. Are they worth the investment?

Thank you in advance
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Duncan
European labour markets are highly national. Edhec is a great option to work in France, assuming you speak French. For the Netherlands, maybe Tias, Amsterdam, Antwerp or Vlerick would be better?
European labour markets are highly national. Edhec is a great option to work in France, assuming you speak French. For the Netherlands, maybe Tias, Amsterdam, Antwerp or Vlerick would be better?
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maria.m
I haven't considered those schools due to their rankings. Do they at least offer good networking? Are they value for money?
I haven't considered those schools due to their rankings. Do they at least offer good networking? Are they value for money?
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Duncan
I think it's self-evident that the schools in the Dutch-speaking region offer better networking there than a school in Nice. You can use the Value column on the FT MBA ranking to compare value for the schools in the top 100.

Small programmes can't qualify for many rankings. Amsterdam has only 25 MBA students, for example: https://www.topmba.com/college/amsterdam-business-school/amsterdam-mba-full-time It has better employment than Vlerick https://www.topmba.com/college/vlerick-business-school/full-time-mba
I think it's self-evident that the schools in the Dutch-speaking region offer better networking there than a school in Nice. You can use the Value column on the FT MBA ranking to compare value for the schools in the top 100.

Small programmes can't qualify for many rankings. Amsterdam has only 25 MBA students, for example: https://www.topmba.com/college/amsterdam-business-school/amsterdam-mba-full-time It has better employment than Vlerick https://www.topmba.com/college/vlerick-business-school/full-time-mba
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laurie
Is there a minimum class size to be include in the FT Global ranking?
Is there a minimum class size to be include in the FT Global ranking?
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Duncan
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