EMBA in Switzerland / South Germany


Thanks duncan and Adeon,

I believe the opinion that INSEAD might be the better option. I am only little bit shocked by the high cost of study fee, ? 98,000 (GEMBA). It isn't small money for the private investment.

my question is whether such as big investment will also have a bigger impact/profit on my career goal? or I could also get it from top national MBA?

Thanks Aedon for your feedback, yes I have already considered RWTH EMBA, receiving also an offer for the admission.

I receive so far an offer for HHL, Mannheim, and RWTH.
The point is to reject those offers and go for even higher ranking business school Europe associated with higher tuition fee next year.

My long term goal is to reach a position such as senior vice president of Manufacturing, where I could use both skills, business skills and general engineering skills.

even though, I prefer staying in Germany but I do also speak Chinese (chinese parents).

Thanks for your advice.
Thanks duncan and Adeon,

I believe the opinion that INSEAD might be the better option. I am only little bit shocked by the high cost of study fee, ? 98,000 (GEMBA). It isn't small money for the private investment.

my question is whether such as big investment will also have a bigger impact/profit on my career goal? or I could also get it from top national MBA?

Thanks Aedon for your feedback, yes I have already considered RWTH EMBA, receiving also an offer for the admission.

I receive so far an offer for HHL, Mannheim, and RWTH.
The point is to reject those offers and go for even higher ranking business school Europe associated with higher tuition fee next year.

My long term goal is to reach a position such as senior vice president of Manufacturing, where I could use both skills, business skills and general engineering skills.

even though, I prefer staying in Germany but I do also speak Chinese (chinese parents).

Thanks for your advice.
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Xiao
Hai Aya,

please also consider the available scholarships. general rule is to get the best school you can.

No doubt, INSEAD is offering an excellent MBA but HHL has very good program, for example: EMBA HHL-EADA focusing on emerging market, incl. China, might be really interesting for you.

If you could get scholarships for INSEAD, than take INSEAD.

I believe also that HHL is a good start for you. MBA is only one key to help you reaching goals. there are another important keys.
Hai Aya,

please also consider the available scholarships. general rule is to get the best school you can.

No doubt, INSEAD is offering an excellent MBA but HHL has very good program, for example: EMBA HHL-EADA focusing on emerging market, incl. China, might be really interesting for you.

If you could get scholarships for INSEAD, than take INSEAD.

I believe also that HHL is a good start for you. MBA is only one key to help you reaching goals. there are another important keys.

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Thanks Xiao,

Yes, I see there are scholarships. I will check it more details, especially scholarship for women.

thanks.
Thanks Xiao,

Yes, I see there are scholarships. I will check it more details, especially scholarship for women.

thanks.
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Duncan
Yes, the addes cost of the Insead EMBA is certainly worth the investment: compare the salaries of alumni, and you'll see that the NPV of Insead is much higher than that of the HHL MBAs.

If China or the Chinese diaspora is important to you, then the Tsinghua and INSEAD double degree programme is worth looking at.
Yes, the addes cost of the Insead EMBA is certainly worth the investment: compare the salaries of alumni, and you'll see that the NPV of Insead is much higher than that of the HHL MBAs.

If China or the Chinese diaspora is important to you, then the Tsinghua and INSEAD double degree programme is worth looking at.
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Hallo Everyone,
Hallo Duncan,

for your information

I found this website:
http://www.welt.de/wirtschaft/karriere/bildung/article13895466/Bei-der-Titeljagd-muss-man-sich-rechtzeitig-entscheiden.html

showing an average Salary of MBA graduate:

15. ESMT ? European School of Business and Management, Berlin: 73.563 Euro
14. Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus Universität, Niederlande: 74.300 Euro
13. HHL ? Leipzig Graduate School of Management: 74.600 Euro
12. UCD ? Michael Smurfit School of Business, University College Dublin: 76.000 Euro
11. INSEAD Fontainebleau, Frankreich: 76.100 Euro

1. Ashridge Business School, Hertfordshire, England: 105.600 Euro
Quelle: Quacquarelli Symonds Limiteds, Top MBA 2011

INSEAD reaches only 76.100 Euro. tuition fee / salary is a little bit disappointed.

pls correct me if i am mistaken.
Hallo Everyone,
Hallo Duncan,

for your information

I found this website:
http://www.welt.de/wirtschaft/karriere/bildung/article13895466/Bei-der-Titeljagd-muss-man-sich-rechtzeitig-entscheiden.html

showing an average Salary of MBA graduate:

15. ESMT ? European School of Business and Management, Berlin: 73.563 Euro
14. Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus Universität, Niederlande: 74.300 Euro
13. HHL ? Leipzig Graduate School of Management: 74.600 Euro
12. UCD ? Michael Smurfit School of Business, University College Dublin: 76.000 Euro
11. INSEAD Fontainebleau, Frankreich: 76.100 Euro

1. Ashridge Business School, Hertfordshire, England: 105.600 Euro
Quelle: Quacquarelli Symonds Limiteds, Top MBA 2011

INSEAD reaches only 76.100 Euro. tuition fee / salary is a little bit disappointed.

pls correct me if i am mistaken.
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Duncan
You are mistaken, and so is Die Welt. First, Die Welt has looked at *starting* salaries for full-time MBA, but a better comparison is the salaries after two or three years because that shows the acceleration in earnings. That is why the FT data is more useful: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/global-mba-ranking-2013

However, you are mistaken because you are looking at EMBAs, not full-time MBAs. Look at those salaries, not those of full-time programmes as a guide. http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/emba-ranking-2012
You are mistaken, and so is Die Welt. First, Die Welt has looked at *starting* salaries for full-time MBA, but a better comparison is the salaries after two or three years because that shows the acceleration in earnings. That is why the FT data is more useful: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/global-mba-ranking-2013

However, you are mistaken because you are looking at EMBAs, not full-time MBAs. Look at those salaries, not those of full-time programmes as a guide. http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/emba-ranking-2012
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