MBA with Industrial concentration


Scarmacio

Dear Sir,
i am 28 yrs old mechanical engineer, i worked as a deputy project manager of industrial plants for 3 years, and afterwards as a shift leader of a steel plant for 2 years in charge of production and maintenance operations.

i am seeking for an "accredited" MBA in Europe, with industrial/ manufacturing concentration that would offer practical internship in "preferably" heavy industries. knowing that the budget is set to be within the range of USD 20K

please kindly advice :)

Dear Sir,
i am 28 yrs old mechanical engineer, i worked as a deputy project manager of industrial plants for 3 years, and afterwards as a shift leader of a steel plant for 2 years in charge of production and maintenance operations.

i am seeking for an "accredited" MBA in Europe, with industrial/ manufacturing concentration that would offer practical internship in "preferably" heavy industries. knowing that the budget is set to be within the range of USD 20K

please kindly advice :)
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Duncan

There are no MBAs that meet your criteria at that budget.

There are no MBAs that meet your criteria at that budget.
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Scarmacio

Dear Duncan,

thank you for your prompt answer. kindly let me know what are the MBA programs that meet my area of interest, not to consider the budget limitation.

Kind regards,

Dear Duncan,

thank you for your prompt answer. kindly let me know what are the MBA programs that meet my area of interest, not to consider the budget limitation.

Kind regards,
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Duncan

Well, most European MBAs do not have internships because of the one year model. So, I'd look first at the ranked, accredited MBAs which are three or four semesters: ESADE, HEC, IESE, LBS and MBS. Then I'd look at Europe's industrial heart, Germany, and see which MBAs place students into industrial jobs there. These will be first the top German and Swiss business schools (HSG, HHL, IMD, Mannheim and especially WHU whose MBA in Duesseldorf is most central to the industrial region) and then also the top engineering schools. The MBA in manufacturing at Esslingen is also important.

Well, most European MBAs do not have internships because of the one year model. So, I'd look first at the ranked, accredited MBAs which are three or four semesters: ESADE, HEC, IESE, LBS and MBS. Then I'd look at Europe's industrial heart, Germany, and see which MBAs place students into industrial jobs there. These will be first the top German and Swiss business schools (HSG, HHL, IMD, Mannheim and especially WHU whose MBA in Duesseldorf is most central to the industrial region) and then also the top engineering schools. The MBA in manufacturing at Esslingen is also important.
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Scarmacio

i guess you meant HHL and IMD, true ?

i guess you meant HHL and IMD, true ?
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Duncan

Yes ;-)

Yes ;-)
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Scarmacio

Do you believe MIP MBA could be classified also within the industrial-concentrating programs ?
Considering that the north of italy is quite similar to germany in terms of industrial activities.

Thank you very much

Do you believe MIP MBA could be classified also within the industrial-concentrating programs ?
Considering that the north of italy is quite similar to germany in terms of industrial activities.

Thank you very much
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Duncan

There certainly are other industrial areas. ESADE, for example, comes out well here: http://www.find-mba.com/specializations/17/industrial-management-manufacturing

MIP is clearly a strong national player. I would not rate it on the same level as the schools I have mentioned.

There certainly are other industrial areas. ESADE, for example, comes out well here: http://www.find-mba.com/specializations/17/industrial-management-manufacturing

MIP is clearly a strong national player. I would not rate it on the same level as the schools I have mentioned.
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