Executive European Vlerick MBA or Global Manchester MBA


alalzate

Hello community,

I am currently looking for advice on how to choose an MBA program.

I am based in Canada with a Political Science background and 4 years of experience in the public sector both in international relations and project management. I am looking for an MBA program in order to gain more knowledge for my own entrepreneurial projects as well as to re locate to Europe or the UK.

I like Vlerick's Executive European MBA for its networking opportunity across Europe which can be useful for when I look to re located. However, the Global MBA at Manchester also seems to be a strong program which seems to have more recognition worldwide.

I really appreciate any advice I can get and any insight to help me make my final decision.

Cheers :)

Hello community,

I am currently looking for advice on how to choose an MBA program.

I am based in Canada with a Political Science background and 4 years of experience in the public sector both in international relations and project management. I am looking for an MBA program in order to gain more knowledge for my own entrepreneurial projects as well as to re locate to Europe or the UK.

I like Vlerick's Executive European MBA for its networking opportunity across Europe which can be useful for when I look to re located. However, the Global MBA at Manchester also seems to be a strong program which seems to have more recognition worldwide.

I really appreciate any advice I can get and any insight to help me make my final decision.

Cheers :)
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Duncan

If you have the right to reside in the UK or the EU then I would choose between them on that basis. If you don't have that right then, other things being equal, I would recommend a full-time programme because of the ease of gaining work visa or residence permits.
If the part-time course is the only option, I would start by looking at the various options for entrepreneurial visas. The professional card in Flanders is not the most favourable, but perhaps you have a business that has an especially rich opportunity in Flanders? I'd start with the right country and then pick a programme that gives you a great network.

If you have the right to reside in the UK or the EU then I would choose between them on that basis. If you don't have that right then, other things being equal, I would recommend a full-time programme because of the ease of gaining work visa or residence permits.<div><br></div><div>If the part-time course is the only option, I would start by looking at the various options for entrepreneurial visas. The professional card in Flanders is not the most favourable, but perhaps you have a business that has an especially rich opportunity in Flanders? I'd start with the right country and then pick a programme that gives you a great network.<br></div>
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