LBS Masters in Finance or other MBA in Europe like Mannheim


Hi guys,
I am a Chinese who is working in multinational company in Germany and my career goal is to become a CFO in industry field probably back in China after three years and I have one step to go in my current company. So I want to part time program to further advance my career.
I am thinking about LBS MiF or a MBA in Germany like Mannheim or HEC in France. Since I have got CFA charter already, I am wondering whether LBS can provide me with necessary help in my career if in the end I want to be a senior manager in corporate finance areas.
Would you be so kind to provide some advices to me?
Background:
29 years old;
7 years' working experience (incl. 1,5 years' international delegation to Germany, 2.5 years' head of finance and controlling in a manufacturing joint venture);
G: 690 ; IETLS: 7.0;
CFA charter holder;
admitted by full time Cambridge MBA ( but put it on hold due to disagreement from my employer for a full time approach),
applied for part-time: LBS MiF, Mannheim MBA, HEC MBA

Thanks a lot in advance.

Best regards,

Chong

Hi guys,
I am a Chinese who is working in multinational company in Germany and my career goal is to become a CFO in industry field probably back in China after three years and I have one step to go in my current company. So I want to part time program to further advance my career.
I am thinking about LBS MiF or a MBA in Germany like Mannheim or HEC in France. Since I have got CFA charter already, I am wondering whether LBS can provide me with necessary help in my career if in the end I want to be a senior manager in corporate finance areas.
Would you be so kind to provide some advices to me?
Background:
29 years old;
7 years' working experience (incl. 1,5 years' international delegation to Germany, 2.5 years' head of finance and controlling in a manufacturing joint venture);
G: 690 ; IETLS: 7.0;
CFA charter holder;
admitted by full time Cambridge MBA ( but put it on hold due to disagreement from my employer for a full time approach),
applied for part-time: LBS MiF, Mannheim MBA, HEC MBA

Thanks a lot in advance.

Best regards,

Chong
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ralph

You know, CEIBS has a well-respected MBA program, with a great range of finance curriculum, and would probably have more reach in China, considering that's where you want to end up.

Otherwise, the LBS program is great, and fantastic for what it is, but it probably won't have the same range of leadership and soft skill curriculum that the HEC program will provide. Whether you feel you need this is up to you.

Given the salary outcomes of all three of these programs, I probably would consider Mannheim only as a backup.

You know, CEIBS has a well-respected MBA program, with a great range of finance curriculum, and would probably have more reach in China, considering that's where you want to end up.

Otherwise, the LBS program is great, and fantastic for what it is, but it probably won't have the same range of leadership and soft skill curriculum that the HEC program will provide. Whether you feel you need this is up to you.

Given the salary outcomes of all three of these programs, I probably would consider Mannheim only as a backup.
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You know, CEIBS has a well-respected MBA program, with a great range of finance curriculum, and would probably have more reach in China, considering that's where you want to end up.

Otherwise, the LBS program is great, and fantastic for what it is, but it probably won't have the same range of leadership and soft skill curriculum that the HEC program will provide. Whether you feel you need this is up to you.

Given the salary outcomes of all three of these programs, I probably would consider Mannheim only as a backup.


thanks a lot for your advice

<blockquote>You know, CEIBS has a well-respected MBA program, with a great range of finance curriculum, and would probably have more reach in China, considering that's where you want to end up.

Otherwise, the LBS program is great, and fantastic for what it is, but it probably won't have the same range of leadership and soft skill curriculum that the HEC program will provide. Whether you feel you need this is up to you.

Given the salary outcomes of all three of these programs, I probably would consider Mannheim only as a backup.</blockquote>

thanks a lot for your advice
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