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maubia

Maybe someone is interested:
Yesterday I had the chance to get in touch with the IMM adcom and he told me that Purdue is offering some schoolarships for the IMM; the value is about 7000e (in the past only Tiasnimbas was offering one 10000 schoolarship for this course).
They are still accepting candidates for 2013 intake. This year Lyon has replaced Gisma in the school rotation.

Maybe someone is interested:
Yesterday I had the chance to get in touch with the IMM adcom and he told me that Purdue is offering some schoolarships for the IMM; the value is about 7000e (in the past only Tiasnimbas was offering one 10000 schoolarship for this course).
They are still accepting candidates for 2013 intake. This year Lyon has replaced Gisma in the school rotation.
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Duncan

Interesting that Gisma is still one of the degree-awarding partner (unlike EM Lyon) but that's it's off the rotation. I guess the rotations go to the schools who deliver the most candidates...

Interesting that Gisma is still one of the degree-awarding partner (unlike EM Lyon) but that's it's off the rotation. I guess the rotations go to the schools who deliver the most candidates...
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Any comments on this program? How is it view compared to similar programs like OneMBA?

Any comments on this program? How is it view compared to similar programs like OneMBA?
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Duncan

I sat in on the IMM class once. It's very similar to the EMBA at Krannert's home campus. Very solid on the basis, with more time spend on the core MBA tool kit, rather than lots of small courses.

OneMBA is a very different, because there are different national cohorts, and most of the cohorts study separately. On the IMM, you have international study teams and all the teaching is in one group.

In terms of curriculum, the IMM is better for someone who doesn't already have a business degree, and know needs the core MBA tools. The OneMBA has a more senior cohort, and that's why it's been able to stay in the rankings while the IMM has fallen.

I sat in on the IMM class once. It's very similar to the EMBA at Krannert's home campus. Very solid on the basis, with more time spend on the core MBA tool kit, rather than lots of small courses.

OneMBA is a very different, because there are different national cohorts, and most of the cohorts study separately. On the IMM, you have international study teams and all the teaching is in one group.

In terms of curriculum, the IMM is better for someone who doesn't already have a business degree, and know needs the core MBA tools. The OneMBA has a more senior cohort, and that's why it's been able to stay in the rankings while the IMM has fallen.
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ralph

I find it odd that the IMM fell off of the current FT EMBA rankings - I guess it probably took a bit hit in terms of post-financial crisis salaries.

What's funny is that now the current rankings feature TiasNimbus' EMBA program, go figure.

I find it odd that the IMM fell off of the current FT EMBA rankings - I guess it probably took a bit hit in terms of post-financial crisis salaries.

What's funny is that now the current rankings feature TiasNimbus' EMBA program, go figure.
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Duncan

I think it's more likely to be the number of participants which took IMM off the list, rather than salary. It's a small programme, and the audience is really in real multinationals.

I think it's more likely to be the number of participants which took IMM off the list, rather than salary. It's a small programme, and the audience is really in real multinationals.
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maubia

I asked this to the adcom.. the reason IMM is not in the FT is that not enough students replied to the survey

I asked this to the adcom.. the reason IMM is not in the FT is that not enough students replied to the survey
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