ESADE Bilingual Track


Andrea_s

Dear All,

is there anyone that can give me information about the Esade bilingual track?

Could I have possibility to work outside Spain after that?

Dear All,

is there anyone that can give me information about the Esade bilingual track?

Could I have possibility to work outside Spain after that?
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borism

i would say yes, you would be able to get a job out of Spain. considering the fact that this school has a very dignified rating, and is supposed to have good career services(check the detailed rankings to see what i mean). also consider the fact, that bilinguality is a great advantage when looking for a job ++ Spanish is the 3rd most spoken language in the world.

i would say yes, you would be able to get a job out of Spain. considering the fact that this school has a very dignified rating, and is supposed to have good career services(check the detailed rankings to see what i mean). also consider the fact, that bilinguality is a great advantage when looking for a job ++ Spanish is the 3rd most spoken language in the world.
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Andrea_s

Thank you for your post.

I would also like to study another language there.

I laready speak italian english and spanish. I would like to practise french.

In addition I dont know if there will be 2 different class or we will be the same.

Thank you for your post.

I would also like to study another language there.

I laready speak italian english and spanish. I would like to practise french.

In addition I dont know if there will be 2 different class or we will be the same.

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gkhanna

Hi Andrea,

Congratulations on your acceptance into ESADE!

From what I can gather from my own research, if you're already fluent in Spanish you'll have the option to learn aother language. I believe German and French (as well as some others) are options at ESADE but i'm not 100% sure.

Ganesh

Hi Andrea,

Congratulations on your acceptance into ESADE!

From what I can gather from my own research, if you're already fluent in Spanish you'll have the option to learn aother language. I believe German and French (as well as some others) are options at ESADE but i'm not 100% sure.

Ganesh
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sally

Yes, ESADE is a great school for learning languages! Both IE and IESE only offer language instruction for Spanish and English. ESADE is the only top business program in Spain to offer other languages as well. French is definitely one of them. Sounds like a good choice for you! You should ask the admissions staff to what extent French classes are available. But I know ESADE has a very good reputation for language instruction, it is a big priority there.

Yes, ESADE is a great school for learning languages! Both IE and IESE only offer language instruction for Spanish and English. ESADE is the only top business program in Spain to offer other languages as well. French is definitely one of them. Sounds like a good choice for you! You should ask the admissions staff to what extent French classes are available. But I know ESADE has a very good reputation for language instruction, it is a big priority there.
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sally

Also, according to the ESADE Web site there are three groups in every MBA class. Two of them are taught compeltely in English. The other one is tought with some classes in English, some in Spanish (that's the "bilingual" track). I think you will stay with that same group through all of your core classes (which make up the first few terms). But, you will be mixed up when you get to the elective courses, which you take toward the end of the program once the core classes are complete. It sounds like the program is exactly the same, the language of instruction for some of the classes is the only difference. A larger proportion of the bilingual track classmates will likely be from Spain or Latin America. But you will still get to interact with people from other parts of the world in school-wide events, and in your elective classes.

If you really prefer to be in one of the English-only groups, you should ask your contact at ESADE whether it is possible to switch!

Here is the information on languages from the ESADE Web site: http://www.esade.edu/mba/eng/the_mba_programmes/full_time_mba/full_time_programme/full_time_languages_in_the_mba

Also, according to the ESADE Web site there are three groups in every MBA class. Two of them are taught compeltely in English. The other one is tought with some classes in English, some in Spanish (that's the "bilingual" track). I think you will stay with that same group through all of your core classes (which make up the first few terms). But, you will be mixed up when you get to the elective courses, which you take toward the end of the program once the core classes are complete. It sounds like the program is exactly the same, the language of instruction for some of the classes is the only difference. A larger proportion of the bilingual track classmates will likely be from Spain or Latin America. But you will still get to interact with people from other parts of the world in school-wide events, and in your elective classes.

If you really prefer to be in one of the English-only groups, you should ask your contact at ESADE whether it is possible to switch!

Here is the information on languages from the ESADE Web site: http://www.esade.edu/mba/eng/the_mba_programmes/full_time_mba/full_time_programme/full_time_languages_in_the_mba
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