HEC vs. RSM


LBC22

I've narrowed down my applications to this two. Any and every comment on pros and cons for each will be appreciated.

Thanks.

I've narrowed down my applications to this two. Any and every comment on pros and cons for each will be appreciated.

Thanks.
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Duncan

You can find them by searching the discussion board. No need to re-invent the wheel.

You can find them by searching the discussion board. No need to re-invent the wheel.
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saroo

I've narrowed down my applications to this two. Any and every comment on pros and cons for each will be appreciated.

Thanks.


Both are better than each other only location is different

<blockquote>I've narrowed down my applications to this two. Any and every comment on pros and cons for each will be appreciated.

Thanks. </blockquote>

Both are better than each other only location is different
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LBC22

Thank you saroo. Would you be able to say which one is better regarding job opportunities in Europe for foreigns?

Also, I know that HEC developes a series of activities within its leadership program like the MBAT, Off campus leadership seminar and TEC on Campus that are unique to the program. Does RSM has any equivalent activities that distinguishes the MBA from others?

Thank you saroo. Would you be able to say which one is better regarding job opportunities in Europe for foreigns?

Also, I know that HEC developes a series of activities within its leadership program like the MBAT, Off campus leadership seminar and TEC on Campus that are unique to the program. Does RSM has any equivalent activities that distinguishes the MBA from others?

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saroo

Thank you saroo. Would you be able to say which one is better regarding job opportunities in Europe for foreigns?

Also, I know that HEC developes a series of activities within its leadership program like the MBAT, Off campus leadership seminar and TEC on Campus that are unique to the program. Does RSM has any equivalent activities that distinguishes the MBA from others?



do you speaking frensh or spanish. because job much depending on local language. otherwise reputation wise and job wise both schools are better than each other. only HEC has slight reputation in terms of ranking.
if you donot speaking french or spanish than you should ideally look foar a college in english speaking country because finding job for foerigner will be easy in english speaking country

<blockquote>Thank you saroo. Would you be able to say which one is better regarding job opportunities in Europe for foreigns?

Also, I know that HEC developes a series of activities within its leadership program like the MBAT, Off campus leadership seminar and TEC on Campus that are unique to the program. Does RSM has any equivalent activities that distinguishes the MBA from others?

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do you speaking frensh or spanish. because job much depending on local language. otherwise reputation wise and job wise both schools are better than each other. only HEC has slight reputation in terms of ranking.
if you donot speaking french or spanish than you should ideally look foar a college in english speaking country because finding job for foerigner will be easy in english speaking country
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LBC22

I'm a spanish native speaker. But does that gives me an advantage in France? I was not aware spanish had such a demand.

I'm a spanish native speaker. But does that gives me an advantage in France? I was not aware spanish had such a demand.
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mba hipste...

I would think that having Spanish skills would give you little additional leverage in terms of finding jobs in France. French, on the other hand, is pretty much a necessity in the country.

I would think that having Spanish skills would give you little additional leverage in terms of finding jobs in France. French, on the other hand, is pretty much a necessity in the country.
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Razors Edg...

HEC is ranked higher than RSM in the FT. Not unrelatedly, graduate salaries are about 30 percent higher. Sounds like a clear cut decision, the only other factor is which language you speak. Not many people speak Dutch, but I suppose it's a learnable language...

HEC is ranked higher than RSM in the FT. Not unrelatedly, graduate salaries are about 30 percent higher. Sounds like a clear cut decision, the only other factor is which language you speak. Not many people speak Dutch, but I suppose it's a learnable language...
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