Executive MBA Advice


Duncan
Engaging teaching is quite autonomous from research. I think you'll find the teaching at Warwick, Vlerick and Tias very strong. RSM is good. The WU and Antwerp programmes don't get such right ratings.
Engaging teaching is quite autonomous from research. I think you'll find the teaching at Warwick, Vlerick and Tias very strong. RSM is good. The WU and Antwerp programmes don't get such right ratings.
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jerome_tri
any news on the side of European schools parternering with US Schools for delivering Mba programs?

I've recently noticed Warsaw university with Illinois Champaign at an interesting $30K tuition over 3 semesters.

Also separately, what do you think about ISENBERG. Seems like a robust program.
any news on the side of European schools parternering with US Schools for delivering Mba programs?

I've recently noticed Warsaw university with Illinois Champaign at an interesting $30K tuition over 3 semesters.

Also separately, what do you think about ISENBERG. Seems like a robust program.
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Duncan
That's a great value degree, and if you wanted to work in Illinois or Warsaw it would be a great investment. However, the Illinois MBA doesn't have a very global reach: I think most of its European alumni are in Poland, for example. You would not have a diverse classroom, strong career services or a powerful alumni network outside Illinois or Warsaw.
That's a great value degree, and if you wanted to work in Illinois or Warsaw it would be a great investment. However, the Illinois MBA doesn't have a very global reach: I think most of its European alumni are in Poland, for example. You would not have a diverse classroom, strong career services or a powerful alumni network outside Illinois or Warsaw.
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addefta
Hi guys,
Hope this doesn't come too late. I can't see here Warwick University - placed number two in the world for distance learning and number one in Europe. Right now I am a full time MBA student here, and I can tell you I couldn't have done a better choice. I must admit that the FT program is a little bit more suited for young people, with couple of years of experience, but the distance or executive are perfect for a 10-15 years middle manager.
Hi guys,
Hope this doesn't come too late. I can't see here Warwick University - placed number two in the world for distance learning and number one in Europe. Right now I am a full time MBA student here, and I can tell you I couldn't have done a better choice. I must admit that the FT program is a little bit more suited for young people, with couple of years of experience, but the distance or executive are perfect for a 10-15 years middle manager.

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