how to chose cost-effective MBA


golvin
hi everybody , i find some college maybe fit for me . but i don't which is better cost -effective.. hoping someone give best advice for me ...
1.HS Pforzheim (Germany)..this program get certificate in AACSB, 24month €9000.
2. IGC(Germany)there are coorperate with Wilmington, USA. first half year study germany and other half years study USA.. 12month about €15800
3 .UC3M (spain) 12month €19800
4.Hochschule Esslingen (Germany) fees is cheaper, 18month about €4200.
5.Pisa (italy) 12 month about €8000.
6.CIMBA (italy) 12months $25750,but have some others fees, maybe total$30.000.
hi everybody , i find some college maybe fit for me . but i don't which is better cost -effective.. hoping someone give best advice for me ...
1.HS Pforzheim (Germany)..this program get certificate in AACSB, 24month €9000.
2. IGC(Germany)there are coorperate with Wilmington, USA. first half year study germany and other half years study USA.. 12month about €15800
3 .UC3M (spain) 12month €19800
4.Hochschule Esslingen (Germany) fees is cheaper, 18month about €4200.
5.Pisa (italy) 12 month about €8000.
6.CIMBA (italy) 12months $25750,but have some others fees, maybe total$30.000.
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Dan85
A couple of questions to consider besides the tution costs:

1) Where do you want to work?
2) What are your goals?
3) Which langauges do you speak?
4) Most importantly (since you say 'cost-effective'): What is the career outcome of each of these schools? Even the cheapest looking school is quite ineffective if your outcome is low...

Maybe you should consider changing the angle to a more ROI-oriented view - if you only consider costs, you miss half the picture.
A couple of questions to consider besides the tution costs:

1) Where do you want to work?
2) What are your goals?
3) Which langauges do you speak?
4) Most importantly (since you say 'cost-effective'): What is the career outcome of each of these schools? Even the cheapest looking school is quite ineffective if your outcome is low...

Maybe you should consider changing the angle to a more ROI-oriented view - if you only consider costs, you miss half the picture.
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golvin
I don't want to choose the cheapest . I want to choose the best one from the college I can pay for. who don't want go best one. whatever choose which city . I need to re-learn language .
I don't want to choose the cheapest . I want to choose the best one from the college I can pay for. who don't want go best one. whatever choose which city . I need to re-learn language .
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Duncan
Learning the language is not a small thing. 30k dollars is getting close to ranked schools like Durham, Bradford and Lancaster. At least the accredited German programs will tend to support language learning and offer careers services. Bremen and Pisa cannot be taken seriously.

[Edited by Duncan on Nov 30, 2016]

Learning the language is not a small thing. 30k dollars is getting close to ranked schools like Durham, Bradford and Lancaster. At least the accredited German programs will tend to support language learning and offer careers services. Bremen and Pisa cannot be taken seriously.
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golvin
@Duncan
thank you that exclude the two options . I understand the UK have some famous business school, I concern that the UK policy of studying abroad is adverse. so my target is Europe business school , I think that i understand your recommendation.. (smile face)
@Duncan
thank you that exclude the two options . I understand the UK have some famous business school, I concern that the UK policy of studying abroad is adverse. so my target is Europe business school , I think that i understand your recommendation.. (smile face)
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