MBA France - Audencia Nantes vs Grenoble Graduate School of Management vs Emlyon vs Neoma Business School


Duncan
Take a look at http://find-mba.com/board/uk-ireland/international-students-and-working-in-the-uk-44329
Take a look at http://find-mba.com/board/uk-ireland/international-students-and-working-in-the-uk-44329
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Angy
Hi!

I was wandering if anyone could help me with some advice here...
I have got an offer from Audencia for their joint Msc with the MIP Politecnico di Milano, and I have also applied to GGSB and Kingston Uni (UK). I was pretty convinced that I would choose either Audencia or GGBS due to its position in FT's ranking and because they offer an internship as part of the programme, but now I am not that sure
I am from Spain and I would like to work somewhere in Europe. What do you think, is it worth it to earn a masters degree at any of those two unis? Some people say that Audencia and GGBS have a good international recognition, what do you think?
Should I choose Kingston over these two?

Thanks in advance :)
Hi!

I was wandering if anyone could help me with some advice here...
I have got an offer from Audencia for their joint Msc with the MIP Politecnico di Milano, and I have also applied to GGSB and Kingston Uni (UK). I was pretty convinced that I would choose either Audencia or GGBS due to its position in FT's ranking and because they offer an internship as part of the programme, but now I am not that sure
I am from Spain and I would like to work somewhere in Europe. What do you think, is it worth it to earn a masters degree at any of those two unis? Some people say that Audencia and GGBS have a good international recognition, what do you think?
Should I choose Kingston over these two?

Thanks in advance :)
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Duncan
Kingston is some way down market of Audencia and MIP. Why are these your choices? Do you speak French and Italian equally well? If you only speak English and Spanish, then perhaps a masters in a country where English is more widely spoken would help you, or a course in only one country so you could focus on learning the language.
Kingston is some way down market of Audencia and MIP. Why are these your choices? Do you speak French and Italian equally well? If you only speak English and Spanish, then perhaps a masters in a country where English is more widely spoken would help you, or a course in only one country so you could focus on learning the language.
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Angy
Hello Duncan,

I already speak both French and Italian at an intermediate level, but I am planning to keep learning both languages anyway.
My "fear" is regarding the job market, because I have heard that recruiters from UK may not take seriously someone with a french postgraduate. Is that true? Do you know something about this?

Thanks!
Hello Duncan,

I already speak both French and Italian at an intermediate level, but I am planning to keep learning both languages anyway.
My "fear" is regarding the job market, because I have heard that recruiters from UK may not take seriously someone with a french postgraduate. Is that true? Do you know something about this?

Thanks!
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Duncan
Well, if you want to work in the UK then - absolutely - do not study at a French school other than HEC, Insead or the ESCP campus in London. It's not about the schools not being taken seriously, but hardly anyone one will know that Audencia or Grenoble are better than any other school in the world. And, indeed, hardly any employer in Spain or France will know Cranfield or Cass. So, study where you want to work.

PS There are no arbitrage opportunities. Fees are high everywhere in the UK, not only at the best schools, but it's only salaries from the top schools that produce a big MSc premium.

[Edited by Duncan on Nov 24, 2015]

Well, if you want to work in the UK then - absolutely - do not study at a French school other than HEC, Insead or the ESCP campus in London. It's not about the schools not being taken seriously, but hardly anyone one will know that Audencia or Grenoble are better than any other school in the world. And, indeed, hardly any employer in Spain or France will know Cranfield or Cass. So, study where you want to work.

PS There are no arbitrage opportunities. Fees are high everywhere in the UK, not only at the best schools, but it's only salaries from the top schools that produce a big MSc premium.
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