European MBA's


Hello,
I want to do an MBA in Europe en 2021. I have dual citizenship Spanish/Mexican. I currently work in the US under a sponsored visa by my company. I currently work as a consultant but have also worked in sales. I would like to do an MBA in order to be able to go back to sales and change countries. I would like to either stay in Europe or come back to North America (US or Canada) Which of these schools would be the best to accomplish that: IE,ESADE,IMD, Bocconi or RSM. Right now my preference I think is IE but don't know if the others are any better in order to make the region switch.

Thank you very much

Hello,
I want to do an MBA in Europe en 2021. I have dual citizenship Spanish/Mexican. I currently work in the US under a sponsored visa by my company. I currently work as a consultant but have also worked in sales. I would like to do an MBA in order to be able to go back to sales and change countries. I would like to either stay in Europe or come back to North America (US or Canada) Which of these schools would be the best to accomplish that: IE,ESADE,IMD, Bocconi or RSM. Right now my preference I think is IE but don't know if the others are any better in order to make the region switch.

Thank you very much
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Duncan

Why not take a degree in business development, marketing or in sales rather than an MBA? 

Why not take a degree in business development, marketing or in sales rather than an MBA? 
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mba hipste...

An MBA is usually designed for those who want to go into management. I agree, if you want to work in sales, do something more specialized. 

Also, you should probably try to study in a country where you speak the local language. Even if a program is offered in English, European job markets tend to be much more favorable to those candidates who can speak the language, and speak it fluently at a business level. 

An MBA is usually designed for those who want to go into management. I agree, if you want to work in sales, do something more specialized.&nbsp;<br><br>Also, you should probably try to study in a country where you speak the local language. Even if a program is offered in English, European job markets tend to be much more favorable to those candidates who can speak the language, and speak it fluently at a business level.&nbsp;
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