International MBA in Italy or Spain


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Hello to all,

I would love to have some tips about MBAS in Europe, particularly in Spain and Italy.
Me and my boyfriend want to do it together. I´m Brazilian with 27 years old and 5 years of work experience in human resources. He is an Argentinian, with 29 years old, and 5 years of experience in engineering.

We want to do an International MBA of business administration. After the MBA we want find a job in Europe. (He has Italian nationality too).

The thing is, we are searching a lot of universities, but there are too many option and some of them are too expensive for us.

I saw these universities:
Italy: Politecnico di Milano and CUOA.
Spain: IESE, IE, ESADE, EADA, Carlos III, UB (universitat de Barcelona).

*Politecnico, IESE, IE, ESADE and EADA are more than we can pay.

We can spend, each one, 20.000 until 25.000 euros with the MBA (without scholarship).

*From CUOA I read here that they don´t have an international certificate.

*From Carlos III I read some good things and it seems that they have an international certificate.

*From Universitat de Barcelona I didn´t find nothing here. So I think isn´t good or recognized.

So, the question is:
1. Considering the three cheaper options, Carlos III is the best one to do an international MBA?
2. Someone know other good universities in Italy and Spain with good price too?
3. We are thinking in try a scholarship in one of these universities: Politecnico, IESE, IE, ESADE and EADA. Which one is our best shot to get it?
4. Considering that we are two, some universities can give us more discounts?

*We don´t have yet Toefl and GMAT.

Sorry for the long text. Hope you can help me!
Thanks!!

Hello to all,

I would love to have some tips about MBAS in Europe, particularly in Spain and Italy.
Me and my boyfriend want to do it together. I´m Brazilian with 27 years old and 5 years of work experience in human resources. He is an Argentinian, with 29 years old, and 5 years of experience in engineering.

We want to do an International MBA of business administration. After the MBA we want find a job in Europe. (He has Italian nationality too).

The thing is, we are searching a lot of universities, but there are too many option and some of them are too expensive for us.

I saw these universities:
Italy: Politecnico di Milano and CUOA.
Spain: IESE, IE, ESADE, EADA, Carlos III, UB (universitat de Barcelona).

*Politecnico, IESE, IE, ESADE and EADA are more than we can pay.

We can spend, each one, 20.000 until 25.000 euros with the MBA (without scholarship).

*From CUOA I read here that they don´t have an international certificate.

*From Carlos III I read some good things and it seems that they have an international certificate.

*From Universitat de Barcelona I didn´t find nothing here. So I think isn´t good or recognized.

So, the question is:
1. Considering the three cheaper options, Carlos III is the best one to do an international MBA?
2. Someone know other good universities in Italy and Spain with good price too?
3. We are thinking in try a scholarship in one of these universities: Politecnico, IESE, IE, ESADE and EADA. Which one is our best shot to get it?
4. Considering that we are two, some universities can give us more discounts?

*We don´t have yet Toefl and GMAT.

Sorry for the long text. Hope you can help me!
Thanks!!
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If you look beyond the sticker price of these programs, you'll see that IE / IESE / ESADE will be much better in the long run. Although they are more expensive, average salaries will be much higher after graduation. Average salary for IE MBA grads three years after graduation is around $169k USD, for example.

I doubt you'll get a discount. Scholarships are rather competitive as well.

If you look beyond the sticker price of these programs, you'll see that IE / IESE / ESADE will be much better in the long run. Although they are more expensive, average salaries will be much higher after graduation. Average salary for IE MBA grads three years after graduation is around $169k USD, for example.

I doubt you'll get a discount. Scholarships are rather competitive as well.
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