MBA Audencia or MSc Cambridge on Sustainability


camille

Hello, I'm a mid-career professional in France and I would like to work in Sustainable Development field. I'm looking for different programs, it seems that the MBA in Audencia focuses on CSR/Sustainability. I found another one, but only at master level, at Cambridge on Sustainability Leadership.
I'm wondering which one should be better, Cambridge is better-known but the program in Audencia is an MBA which I considered a "higher" level than an MSc. I can only choose part-time or online program so my choices are quite limited.
Thank you for your advice.

[Edited by camille on Mar 25, 2020]

Hello, I'm a mid-career professional in France and I would like to work in Sustainable Development field. I'm looking for different programs, it seems that the MBA in Audencia focuses on CSR/Sustainability. I found another one, but only at master level, at Cambridge on Sustainability Leadership.
I'm wondering which one should be better, Cambridge is better-known but the program in Audencia is an MBA which I considered a "higher" level than an MSc. I can only choose part-time or online program so my choices are quite limited.
Thank you for your advice.
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Duncan

Tell me more about these sustainable development roles which require a sustainability degree. You might find more sustainability roles ask for a functional degree (finance, supply chain etc) with hard skills or an MBA in general management from a better school.

Tell me more about these sustainable development roles which require a sustainability degree. You might find more sustainability roles ask for a functional degree (finance, supply chain etc) with hard skills or an MBA in general management from a better school.
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Larry

With the Audencia network you'd probably have better to firms that actually recruit for these positions / specialize in this area.

However, you can get sustainable development - type jobs without a specialized degree. Why not aim at a better school that offers a general MBA program? Then tailor your electives and internship to target the kinds of roles you are looking for.

Whether it's possible to transition into this kind of role through a part-time or online program, though, is another question altogether. Unless the school you are looking at provides strong career services, you might have just as much luck tracking down these kinds of positions yourself and ignore doing another degree for now.

With the Audencia network you'd probably have better to firms that actually recruit for these positions / specialize in this area.

However, you can get sustainable development - type jobs without a specialized degree. Why not aim at a better school that offers a general MBA program? Then tailor your electives and internship to target the kinds of roles you are looking for.

Whether it's possible to transition into this kind of role through a part-time or online program, though, is another question altogether. Unless the school you are looking at provides strong career services, you might have just as much luck tracking down these kinds of positions yourself and ignore doing another degree for now.
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