The Lisbon MBA


bibiana
Hey.

I'm v interested in taking MBA course in Portugal and I just found this The Lisbon MBA program. Can anybody tell me about the reputation? I know it just started this year though.

Cheers,
Hey.

I'm v interested in taking MBA course in Portugal and I just found this The Lisbon MBA program. Can anybody tell me about the reputation? I know it just started this year though.

Cheers,
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ralph
Hard to say just yet, since like you said it just started this year. EQUIS accreditation doesn't hurt, though, nor does the summer session at MIT Sloan. Only problem with these new programs is that people like hiring managers and the like, are less likely to have heard of it than say its partner schools (Catolica, Nova.)
Hard to say just yet, since like you said it just started this year. EQUIS accreditation doesn't hurt, though, nor does the summer session at MIT Sloan. Only problem with these new programs is that people like hiring managers and the like, are less likely to have heard of it than say its partner schools (Catolica, Nova.)
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vivek
Can anyone please provide me with the course description,
Can anyone please provide me with the course description,
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Haute MBA
I am in the program. The admissions team is 10 times better than the actual people running the program. They have little to no career management support, they make alot of decisions on an opinion basis and are not very equipped to deal with International profiles but much rather expect you to completely conform to the Portuguese way without attempting to learn at all from you, so my question was, why become an International program at all??? I feel like I was marketed one thing and sold a completely different product. They marketed a caring program that wants to develop professionals and equip them better for the workforce, but what I got was a program that continually says they want to be proud of who they send out into the workforce upon graduation and don't provide the tools necessary to develop the weaknesses we expressed in our applications.
I am in the program. The admissions team is 10 times better than the actual people running the program. They have little to no career management support, they make alot of decisions on an opinion basis and are not very equipped to deal with International profiles but much rather expect you to completely conform to the Portuguese way without attempting to learn at all from you, so my question was, why become an International program at all??? I feel like I was marketed one thing and sold a completely different product. They marketed a caring program that wants to develop professionals and equip them better for the workforce, but what I got was a program that continually says they want to be proud of who they send out into the workforce upon graduation and don't provide the tools necessary to develop the weaknesses we expressed in our applications.
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