MBA Semester Exchange - RSM IE ESADE HEC IESE BOCCONI ?


I'm researching potential European MBA schools for a semester exchange and am looking for reviews from anyone who has studied at any of these schools.

Background: Native engish speaker with some minimal french/spanish, studying finance, not seeking employment in Europe post-mba.

I'm leaning towards IE, Bocconi, or RSM due to their more central downtown locations and easier access to food/nightlife and metro for exploring and cultural activities.

Any personal persective on these schools (class size, facilities, professors, workload etc.) would be appreciated, thank you!

I'm researching potential European MBA schools for a semester exchange and am looking for reviews from anyone who has studied at any of these schools.

Background: Native engish speaker with some minimal french/spanish, studying finance, not seeking employment in Europe post-mba.

I'm leaning towards IE, Bocconi, or RSM due to their more central downtown locations and easier access to food/nightlife and metro for exploring and cultural activities.

Any personal persective on these schools (class size, facilities, professors, workload etc.) would be appreciated, thank you!
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donho199

Get to the best MBA you want first before thinking about topup things like exchange.
I would personally go to Italy or Spain.

HEC is a bit out of the way.

Get to the best MBA you want first before thinking about topup things like exchange.
I would personally go to Italy or Spain.

HEC is a bit out of the way.
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I've already comitted to an MBA program but just looking for outside input on exchange school options as we have to rank them in a lottery style system.

I agree HEC is a bit out of the way, as is ESADE by the looks of it.

I've already comitted to an MBA program but just looking for outside input on exchange school options as we have to rank them in a lottery style system.

I agree HEC is a bit out of the way, as is ESADE by the looks of it.
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Duncan

Do you have any educational goals? If you are starting from their touristic potential, then perhaps tripadvisor is the place to start? HEC, at the least, will have a lighter classload.

Do you have any educational goals? If you are starting from their touristic potential, then perhaps tripadvisor is the place to start? HEC, at the least, will have a lighter classload.
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Razors Edg...

Yeah, it takes an hour to get to HEC from Paris. But it's something of a trade off, students go to HEC to advance their careers and potentially double their salary. They take advantage of the nightlife on the weekends when they can.

Yeah, it takes an hour to get to HEC from Paris. But it's something of a trade off, students go to HEC to advance their careers and potentially double their salary. They take advantage of the nightlife on the weekends when they can.
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