EMBA Germany or wider DACH region


jt-2015

Does anybody have any input on EMBA programs in either Germany or the wider DACH region? I would like to get ahead in my career, I am in supply chain management for 12 years, mainly in the automotive industry. I've been in management but feel like I need a push to get to the VP level. I have looked at the following business schools:

EBS (Germany)
WU (Austria)
WHU/Kellogg

Or something else? I haven't been able to find something specifically focused in supply chain. Would this be a problem?

Does anybody have any input on EMBA programs in either Germany or the wider DACH region? I would like to get ahead in my career, I am in supply chain management for 12 years, mainly in the automotive industry. I've been in management but feel like I need a push to get to the VP level. I have looked at the following business schools:

EBS (Germany)
WU (Austria)
WHU/Kellogg

Or something else? I haven't been able to find something specifically focused in supply chain. Would this be a problem?
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Duncan

These are good schools. You don't need a course specialising in supply chain; you probably know best practice already. The FT rankings are useful.

These are good schools. You don't need a course specialising in supply chain; you probably know best practice already. The FT rankings are useful.
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Razors Edg...

If you're looking for something supply chain specific, you might also look into ETH Zurich's EMBA in supply chain management.

If you're looking for something supply chain specific, you might also look into ETH Zurich's EMBA in supply chain management.
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jt-2015

Yes, I did explore the ETH program, and did consider it, but I couldn't find any evidence that this school had international accreditation; this is a very important factor for me.

Yes, I did explore the ETH program, and did consider it, but I couldn't find any evidence that this school had international accreditation; this is a very important factor for me.
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ezra

ETH is accredited by EPAS, which is a different accreditation system from the same organization that provides EQUIS accreditation, although for a broader set of programs. Standards see comparable to EQUIS'.

From the EPAS webpage:

EPAS is a service for EFMD members and is based on the same process as EQUIS and covers the full range of academic programmes from the Bachelor to the Doctoral level. EFMD members may apply for stand-alone programmes, programme suites or joint programmes.

ETH is accredited by EPAS, which is a different accreditation system from the same organization that provides EQUIS accreditation, although for a broader set of programs. Standards see comparable to EQUIS'.

From the EPAS webpage:

[quote]EPAS is a service for EFMD members and is based on the same process as EQUIS and covers the full range of academic programmes from the Bachelor to the Doctoral level. EFMD members may apply for stand-alone programmes, programme suites or joint programmes.[/quote]
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MBAmate

I would suggest you to take up a broader program which gives you a mix of IT management , coupled with SCM ,

I would suggest you to take up a broader program which gives you a mix of IT management , coupled with SCM ,
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jt-2015

Do you have anything specific in mind? I was looking at the ESMT EMBA but there wasn't any supply chain specific curriculum, but covered "organizational behavior" rather broadly. Similar thing with the St. Gallen EMBA...

Do you have anything specific in mind? I was looking at the ESMT EMBA but there wasn't any supply chain specific curriculum, but covered "organizational behavior" rather broadly. Similar thing with the St. Gallen EMBA...
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maury

ESMT and St. Gallen are good but I would think that the WHU/Kellogg program would be better, given this program's stature in the Financial Times EMBA Ranking...

Also consider the ESSEC/Mannheim EMBA. There are a few courses in SCM.

ESMT and St. Gallen are good but I would think that the WHU/Kellogg program would be better, given this program's stature in the Financial Times EMBA Ranking...

Also consider the ESSEC/Mannheim EMBA. There are a few courses in SCM.
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jt-2015

ECCEC/Mannheim EMBA looks interesting. I like that it's a bit more affordable than the WHU Kellogg program!

ECCEC/Mannheim EMBA looks interesting. I like that it's a bit more affordable than the WHU Kellogg program!
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