PBS vs IESEG vs EU Business School


Hello, friends, I am an Anirudh Jain and I am applying for Ms in International Business in IESEG, PSB and EU Business School and Grenoble Ecole. I want to know that if PSB is the right choice or not. My profile is 55% in mechanical engineering. My university has low %s so the highest one gets is between 65 - 70. Also, I have a six months of internship ex. Can you please tell me if I would be able to crack any of these schools or will this simply be a dream?

[Edited by Anirudh Jain on Sep 24, 2016]

Hello, friends, I am an Anirudh Jain and I am applying for Ms in International Business in IESEG, PSB and EU Business School and Grenoble Ecole. I want to know that if PSB is the right choice or not. My profile is 55% in mechanical engineering. My university has low %s so the highest one gets is between 65 - 70. Also, I have a six months of internship ex. Can you please tell me if I would be able to crack any of these schools or will this simply be a dream?
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Riya

1st of all PBS or PSB?

PBS is Porto Business School while PSB is Paris School of Business ..

1st of all PBS or PSB?

PBS is Porto Business School while PSB is Paris School of Business ..
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I meant PSB sorry for the typo :)

I meant PSB sorry for the typo :)
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Riya

IESEG and Grenoble are triple accredited for which they stand out already.. Grenoble is the best among these four according to #FT.. PSB has one specific accredited program.. MBA in İnternational business by AMBA.. Porto is fine.. but assuming that you dont speak Portuguese and the economy is going downward it gets my downvote..
If you want to pursue this course,go for it.. I cant tell if this course is right fr you or not,neither can anyone else.. you have a non-related background..so your personal interest is the only factor that matters.. But u need to speak their language if you want to work after graduation. . i dont understand why you dont target U.K. schools..
And I think you can get into these school if you develop and score in other aspects.. GMAT,Extra curricular activities and Interview..maybe 1-2years work experience..

IESEG and Grenoble are triple accredited for which they stand out already.. Grenoble is the best among these four according to #FT.. PSB has one specific accredited program.. MBA in İnternational business by AMBA.. Porto is fine.. but assuming that you dont speak Portuguese and the economy is going downward it gets my downvote..
If you want to pursue this course,go for it.. I cant tell if this course is right fr you or not,neither can anyone else.. you have a non-related background..so your personal interest is the only factor that matters.. But u need to speak their language if you want to work after graduation. . i dont understand why you dont target U.K. schools..
And I think you can get into these school if you develop and score in other aspects.. GMAT,Extra curricular activities and Interview..maybe 1-2years work experience..
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Actually I had thought about UK initially but they have strict norms and the stayback period is very less around 4 months, whereas in France the stayback period is more. and as far as i have done the research, it says that if I have a good grasp over French then getting a job wil not be much of a problem.Also, after MIB, i can also get opportunities to work in other countries apart from France *thats what i think, rest not sure*
Plus i dont have any work ex, neither i think it best suited for me as my interest in engineering field is very less. So i am looking for a career change. Hence the MIB decision.

Actually I had thought about UK initially but they have strict norms and the stayback period is very less around 4 months, whereas in France the stayback period is more. and as far as i have done the research, it says that if I have a good grasp over French then getting a job wil not be much of a problem.Also, after MIB, i can also get opportunities to work in other countries apart from France *thats what i think, rest not sure*
Plus i dont have any work ex, neither i think it best suited for me as my interest in engineering field is very less. So i am looking for a career change. Hence the MIB decision.
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Riya

Then look for ranked French schools only... The reviews for PSB programs are absent on web.. The international mba program has been accredited very recently. . i was interested in their mba in luxury management programme.. i had to register to read the brouchere.. since then I am getting loads of their emails literally begging me to apply to their courses.. doesn't seem very high value to me.. you can contact their alumni on LinkedIn though if you re that interested.. unless skip this school already..

Then look for ranked French schools only... The reviews for PSB programs are absent on web.. The international mba program has been accredited very recently. . i was interested in their mba in luxury management programme.. i had to register to read the brouchere.. since then I am getting loads of their emails literally begging me to apply to their courses.. doesn't seem very high value to me.. you can contact their alumni on LinkedIn though if you re that interested.. unless skip this school already..
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I have filled the application for Grenoble and IESEG and submitted too. But i am unsure about PSB, because till now what i have read is that they dont have a great reputation as such. Which other schools would you suggest ? INSEEC is another one that comes to my mind. and i have tried to search alot for an alternative but what happens is that in my uni hardly anyone gets about 65% but no one would care about that, so most unis are unfortunately out of my reach now. have you applied anywhere?

I have filled the application for Grenoble and IESEG and submitted too. But i am unsure about PSB, because till now what i have read is that they dont have a great reputation as such. Which other schools would you suggest ? INSEEC is another one that comes to my mind. and i have tried to search alot for an alternative but what happens is that in my uni hardly anyone gets about 65% but no one would care about that, so most unis are unfortunately out of my reach now. have you applied anywhere?
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Riya

Have you considered Canadian schools in Quebec? HEC Montreal,Concordia and McGill? HEC and Concordia could be within your reach.. HEC has an MIB program..

No.. I am working now.. I will be going for an MBA straight.. in luxury management since I want a concentration swich.. I dont have much idea about international management department. . but check this out.. the EDUNIVERSAL ranking..
http://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-international-management-in-western-europe.html

Have you considered Canadian schools in Quebec? HEC Montreal,Concordia and McGill? HEC and Concordia could be within your reach.. HEC has an MIB program..

No.. I am working now.. I will be going for an MBA straight.. in luxury management since I want a concentration swich.. I dont have much idea about international management department. . but check this out.. the EDUNIVERSAL ranking..
http://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-international-management-in-western-europe.html
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HEC is way over my budget. I am targeting for something in between 20 lakhs. and i have heard that canadian unis are not that reputed in mbas. But i will start researching. thank you for the help :) really appreciated

HEC is way over my budget. I am targeting for something in between 20 lakhs. and i have heard that canadian unis are not that reputed in mbas. But i will start researching. thank you for the help :) really appreciated
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