MBA in Europe


rmiller21

Hello,

I am looking into possibilities for obtaining my MBA in Europe. I know that its a complex process but I am still over a year away from from possibly enrolling so I am just researching at this point. Right now I am just looking for affordable tuition at a fairly credible institute, in or near a major city such as Berlin, Amsterdam, London etc. I know that there are plenty of scholarships and grants out there that can supplement some of the cost so I'm not looking for free/dirt cheap options. Ideally I am looking for an affordable, 1 year, MBA program at a credible institute, taught in English, in or near a major city. If anyone knows of institutes that fit that criteria please let me know. Thanks.

Hello,

I am looking into possibilities for obtaining my MBA in Europe. I know that its a complex process but I am still over a year away from from possibly enrolling so I am just researching at this point. Right now I am just looking for affordable tuition at a fairly credible institute, in or near a major city such as Berlin, Amsterdam, London etc. I know that there are plenty of scholarships and grants out there that can supplement some of the cost so I'm not looking for free/dirt cheap options. Ideally I am looking for an affordable, 1 year, MBA program at a credible institute, taught in English, in or near a major city. If anyone knows of institutes that fit that criteria please let me know. Thanks.
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Duncan

This is a bit vague. What can you afford? Remember that the prospects for finding work vary between cities. In terms of low-cost accredited MBAs in large urban areas in western Europe (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_metropolitan_areas_in_Europe) I guess the best options would include Royal Holloway London, HWR in Berlin, UC3 in Madrid and both top schools in Athens (ALBA and AUEB).

PS Warsaw, Budapest and Istanbul also have great options.

[Edited by Duncan on Jul 11, 2015]

This is a bit vague. What can you afford? Remember that the prospects for finding work vary between cities. In terms of low-cost accredited MBAs in large urban areas in western Europe (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_metropolitan_areas_in_Europe) I guess the best options would include Royal Holloway London, HWR in Berlin, UC3 in Madrid and both top schools in Athens (ALBA and AUEB).

PS Warsaw, Budapest and Istanbul also have great options.
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mba hipste...

Duncan's listed some great low-budget options. But do you have a sense of what your budget actually is? If it's a little more, you might want to look at FT-ranked schools. Like ESMT, for instance, it has an FT-ranked MBA in Berlin, and that program's 38k EUR.

Cass and Imperial are in London, and depending on your budget might be worth looking at.

Duncan's listed some great low-budget options. But do you have a sense of what your budget actually is? If it's a little more, you might want to look at FT-ranked schools. Like ESMT, for instance, it has an FT-ranked MBA in Berlin, and that program's 38k EUR.

Cass and Imperial are in London, and depending on your budget might be worth looking at.
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maury

Also, two London schools that are relatively affordable:

Westminster: £23,500
Brunel: £20,200

These MBA programs aren't ranked but both are accredited by AMBA.

Also, two London schools that are relatively affordable:

Westminster: £23,500
Brunel: £20,200

These MBA programs aren't ranked but both are accredited by AMBA.
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