Italian emba vs eu mba (dl)


maubia

PS If you did want a non-degree programme in general management, then there are some great, cheaper, alternatives to the GPA like the Boston-Cranfield-MCI programme:
http://www.mci.edu/en/certificate-courses/classic/international-management


a travel to Boston and a travel to London (Innsbruck is only 4 hours from me). Honestly it would cost me quite a lot and I wouldn t have an MBA.
I doubt that such program could help my cv ...

<blockquote>PS If you did want a non-degree programme in general management, then there are some great, cheaper, alternatives to the GPA like the Boston-Cranfield-MCI programme:
http://www.mci.edu/en/certificate-courses/classic/international-management</blockquote>

a travel to Boston and a travel to London (Innsbruck is only 4 hours from me). Honestly it would cost me quite a lot and I wouldn t have an MBA.
I doubt that such program could help my cv ...
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Duncan

MIB is a good choice. Will you take the Italian programme, or the English-language one?

MIB is a good choice. Will you take the Italian programme, or the English-language one?
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maubia

the executive MBA is only in italian (unfortunately)

the executive MBA is only in italian (unfortunately)
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Duncan

The website says the part-time MBA is in English http://www.mib.edu/c/d/p/mba_partime_international_business.aspx and the Exec MBA in Italian and English http://www.mib.edu/c/d/p/000041.aspx

The website says the part-time MBA is in English http://www.mib.edu/c/d/p/mba_partime_international_business.aspx and the Exec MBA in Italian and English http://www.mib.edu/c/d/p/000041.aspx
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maubia

read carefully:

The Executive MBA is a part-time program in italian language, offered in two editions and locations per year:

read carefully:

The Executive MBA is a part-time program in italian language, offered in two editions and locations per year:
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Duncan

I did read it ;-) Lower down it says "Language Italian - English "

There's some English in the Executive MBA; why else would there be an English-language requirement?

The part-time MBA, on the other hand, is all in English.

I did read it ;-) Lower down it says "Language Italian - English "

There's some English in the Executive MBA; why else would there be an English-language requirement?

The part-time MBA, on the other hand, is all in English.
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maubia

I talked to the director; The emba is mostly (80%) in italian since most of partecipants are italians! :-) English classes are kept only because there are some foreign teachers.

About the part-time version: it's impossible for me since it requires a lot of residential modules

I talked to the director; The emba is mostly (80%) in italian since most of partecipants are italians! :-) English classes are kept only because there are some foreign teachers.

About the part-time version: it's impossible for me since it requires a lot of residential modules
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maubia

PS If you did want a non-degree programme in general management, then there are some great, cheaper, alternatives to the GPA like the Boston-Cranfield-MCI programme:
http://www.mci.edu/en/certificate-courses/classic/international-management


Maybe .. do you have others "great alternatives"? :-)

Now that I've almost done my choice I m searching alternatives that could fit my cv (IT world: first as consultant and after as SAP business analyst ,in short). I've got some doubt if an head hunter would consider to hire an MBA having a totally different job experience. Maybe some more specialist path could benefit me more.
Thanks for your patience!

<blockquote>PS If you did want a non-degree programme in general management, then there are some great, cheaper, alternatives to the GPA like the Boston-Cranfield-MCI programme:
http://www.mci.edu/en/certificate-courses/classic/international-management</blockquote>

Maybe .. do you have others "great alternatives"? :-)

Now that I've almost done my choice I m searching alternatives that could fit my cv (IT world: first as consultant and after as SAP business analyst ,in short). I've got some doubt if an head hunter would consider to hire an MBA having a totally different job experience. Maybe some more specialist path could benefit me more.
Thanks for your patience!
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Duncan

No, I think a general management MBA is the right direction, whether or not you want to stay in IT. if you do want to work in IT, and MBA will lead you out of a functional role and into management. If you want to get out of IT, then a general management MBA will allow you to move more broadly (although, admittedly, that is harder in Italy than in countries further north).

MIB graduates in north-east Italy work at firms like CIBA Vision, Electrolux, Generali, illy caffe and Wärtsilä. (MIB also has a full-time masters in insurance, and I guess that is well known in Generali) They often work in functions like sales, business development, marketing and finance. I think those are the functions to move towards in your current firm if you want to move out of IT, since those functions exist in non-IT firms as well.

SDA Bocconi has a much more powerful alumni network than MIP.

No, I think a general management MBA is the right direction, whether or not you want to stay in IT. if you do want to work in IT, and MBA will lead you out of a functional role and into management. If you want to get out of IT, then a general management MBA will allow you to move more broadly (although, admittedly, that is harder in Italy than in countries further north).

MIB graduates in north-east Italy work at firms like CIBA Vision, Electrolux, Generali, illy caffe and Wärtsilä. (MIB also has a full-time masters in insurance, and I guess that is well known in Generali) They often work in functions like sales, business development, marketing and finance. I think those are the functions to move towards in your current firm if you want to move out of IT, since those functions exist in non-IT firms as well.

SDA Bocconi has a much more powerful alumni network than MIP.
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maubia

Ok .. thank you again

Actually it's impossible for me to enter SDA (school backgroud) ... mip is also demanding and my chance would be 20-30%.
I talked to MIB and there I wouldn t have much trouble
Mib and Mip costs similar .. let's see.
Euro*MBA is a little expensive but i m waiting to speak with some italian students (they promised me to supply me some contacts)

Btw..at now: 60% MIB, 20%MIP, 15%EURO, 5% GPA
MIB is starting soon (November) so I ve to take my choice fast

Ok .. thank you again

Actually it's impossible for me to enter SDA (school backgroud) ... mip is also demanding and my chance would be 20-30%.
I talked to MIB and there I wouldn t have much trouble
Mib and Mip costs similar .. let's see.
Euro*MBA is a little expensive but i m waiting to speak with some italian students (they promised me to supply me some contacts)

Btw..at now: 60% MIB, 20%MIP, 15%EURO, 5% GPA
MIB is starting soon (November) so I ve to take my choice fast
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Duncan

I always recommend that people aim for the best programme they can. MIP is internationally known; MIB is not. I think the students and teachers will be a little better at MIP. I don't think MIB is a bad choice but, if you can get into MIP, then that's almost certainly a better brand.

The Euro*MBA is useful if your future is outside Italy (we all love Italy but, honestly, you have to be brave to say that the future is inside Italy). Of course, I already have an MBA but I could even be tempted to take it just for personal development. If one or more of the Euro*MBA countries might be important in the future, then it gives you six of the top European schools (http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/european-business-school-rankings-2010).

I always recommend that people aim for the best programme they can. MIP is internationally known; MIB is not. I think the students and teachers will be a little better at MIP. I don't think MIB is a bad choice but, if you can get into MIP, then that's almost certainly a better brand.

The Euro*MBA is useful if your future is outside Italy (we all love Italy but, honestly, you have to be brave to say that the future is inside Italy). Of course, I already have an MBA but I could even be tempted to take it just for personal development. If one or more of the Euro*MBA countries might be important in the future, then it gives you six of the top European schools (http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/european-business-school-rankings-2010).
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Duncan

This listing of MBAs with rising profile is interesting, if subjective. http://www.findyourmba.com/index.php/fymba-rising-stars-2010 The Euro*MBA is 5th, while Audencia and HHL get into the top 20. In the article it says that Audencia, HHL and MIP co-operate in the "European Career Track" (http://www.hhl.de/en/mba/international-experience/career-abroad/)

This listing of MBAs with rising profile is interesting, if subjective. http://www.findyourmba.com/index.php/fymba-rising-stars-2010 The Euro*MBA is 5th, while Audencia and HHL get into the top 20. In the article it says that Audencia, HHL and MIP co-operate in the "European Career Track" (http://www.hhl.de/en/mba/international-experience/career-abroad/)
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port500

Hi Duncan,
Was wondering what your views are about CEU, Hungary. I have acceptence letters from MIP and CEU. MIP are offering me 50% scholarship, while CEU is offering 100% scholarship and also covering living expenses. So, while i will will be spending around 30,000EUR if i go to MIP, i will be spending 0 if i choose CEU. Any advice?

Hi Duncan,
Was wondering what your views are about CEU, Hungary. I have acceptence letters from MIP and CEU. MIP are offering me 50% scholarship, while CEU is offering 100% scholarship and also covering living expenses. So, while i will will be spending around 30,000EUR if i go to MIP, i will be spending 0 if i choose CEU. Any advice?
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Duncan

If you are an Indian then I imagine that you don't have compelling personal reasons to spend the rest of your life in Hungary. On the basis of that assumption, then I think you should choose MIP.

30,000 euro is much less than the improved lifetime earnings which will result between the two schools. The average GMAT is 575 at CEU and 620 at MIP. MIP is inside the FT's top 100 business schools, although not high up, and it has much better support for careers, especially in western Europe through the CARNET and JOINUS networks. CEU doesn't seem to publish placement data. MIP is the obvious choice unless you see data that show CEU has *better* outcomes (which seems impossible since MIP is better known, in a richer country and has better students).

If you are an Indian then I imagine that you don't have compelling personal reasons to spend the rest of your life in Hungary. On the basis of that assumption, then I think you should choose MIP.

30,000 euro is much less than the improved lifetime earnings which will result between the two schools. The average GMAT is 575 at CEU and 620 at MIP. MIP is inside the FT's top 100 business schools, although not high up, and it has much better support for careers, especially in western Europe through the CARNET and JOINUS networks. CEU doesn't seem to publish placement data. MIP is the obvious choice unless you see data that show CEU has *better* outcomes (which seems impossible since MIP is better known, in a richer country and has better students).
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maubia

Why are you searching an Italian master? Italian economy is very depressed and our companies are not so open minded like in UK, Germany, France: it'll be a little hard for you to find an employement here.
If I were you, I'd search an mba for example in Germany: economy is strong, dinamic, ecc....

Why are you searching an Italian master? Italian economy is very depressed and our companies are not so open minded like in UK, Germany, France: it'll be a little hard for you to find an employement here.
If I were you, I'd search an mba for example in Germany: economy is strong, dinamic, ecc....
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maubia

After many reasonings I ll try to entry into:
MIP
MIB
EURO*MBA
and after I ll did my choice. In any cases it shouldn't be a bad choice :-)

Btw:
1)MIB and MIP are both in italian
2)I read the MIB program and it seems very good with some stress on coaching, ecc.. Both they have a strong relationship with lots of foreign University. It's a pity that they are not so well recognized out of Italy
3) I talked to an italian student at Euro*MBa and he was enthusiastic

After many reasonings I ll try to entry into:
MIP
MIB
EURO*MBA
and after I ll did my choice. In any cases it shouldn't be a bad choice :-)

Btw:
1)MIB and MIP are both in italian
2)I read the MIB program and it seems very good with some stress on coaching, ecc.. Both they have a strong relationship with lots of foreign University. It's a pity that they are not so well recognized out of Italy
3) I talked to an italian student at Euro*MBa and he was enthusiastic

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maubia

Hi Duncan,
sorry to bother you but what do you think about this program?

http://www.mannheim-tongji.com


they offer a very discounted price to the 2011 applicants (price would be similar to euro*mba)

Hi Duncan,
sorry to bother you but what do you think about this program?

http://www.mannheim-tongji.com


they offer a very discounted price to the 2011 applicants (price would be similar to euro*mba)
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Duncan

That's an interesting programme. The price is great, and these are excellent universities. Because it's not a cohort programme, I think it won't get into the FT rankings. However, what would it be like if every study group was you, three Germans and two Chinese? It's not a very diverse group (but more diverse than MIB or MIP) and it could be cross-culturally frustrating.

That's an interesting programme. The price is great, and these are excellent universities. Because it's not a cohort programme, I think it won't get into the FT rankings. However, what would it be like if every study group was you, three Germans and two Chinese? It's not a very diverse group (but more diverse than MIB or MIP) and it could be cross-culturally frustrating.
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Duncan

PS I see the Euro*MBA is ranked #2 worldwide here: http://www.thebestcolleges.org/best-online-mbas-under-50000/

PS I see the Euro*MBA is ranked #2 worldwide here: http://www.thebestcolleges.org/best-online-mbas-under-50000/
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maubia

interesting and .. only 2 euro Univ in the ranking

interesting and .. only 2 euro Univ in the ranking
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