Which E-mba around Luxembourg area?


jerome_tri
Hi there,

Am looking for some advice for choosing the right emba option for me.

I am a CFO with 18 years experience in industry/servies for small/medium companies (100/150 employees). My goal is to go the next step in an MD, GM, CEO role still in small/medium size companies or possibly starting my own business. I want to broaden my skills (management, strategy etc.) but especially get to develop my soft skills (& network) through a strong cohort. If going for starting my business, I would like to use the EMBA for producing the whole concept.

Budget is 50/60k€ and probably not having company support. Locations could be France (HEC, ESSEC, ESCP etc.), Germany (Frankfurt, WHU, Mannheim), Belgium (Vlerick), NL (Maastricht, Rotterdam). I don't see other options ...

Thanks for your suggestions!
J.
Hi there,

Am looking for some advice for choosing the right emba option for me.

I am a CFO with 18 years experience in industry/servies for small/medium companies (100/150 employees). My goal is to go the next step in an MD, GM, CEO role still in small/medium size companies or possibly starting my own business. I want to broaden my skills (management, strategy etc.) but especially get to develop my soft skills (& network) through a strong cohort. If going for starting my business, I would like to use the EMBA for producing the whole concept.

Budget is 50/60k€ and probably not having company support. Locations could be France (HEC, ESSEC, ESCP etc.), Germany (Frankfurt, WHU, Mannheim), Belgium (Vlerick), NL (Maastricht, Rotterdam). I don't see other options ...

Thanks for your suggestions!
J.
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Duncan
These are all good options. In practice, it might depend on where you want to build your network.

The Rotterdam MBA in Cologne might be a great choice. Paris is an easy rail connection, but many of the grandes écoles have EMBA options that are a bit lightweight.

The Euro*MBA is a very good value option.
These are all good options. In practice, it might depend on where you want to build your network.

The Rotterdam MBA in Cologne might be a great choice. Paris is an easy rail connection, but many of the grandes écoles have EMBA options that are a bit lightweight.

The Euro*MBA is a very good value option.
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jerome_tri
These are all good options. In practice, it might depend on where you want to build your network.

The Rotterdam MBA in Cologne might be a great choice. Paris is an easy rail connection, but many of the grandes écoles have EMBA options that are a bit lightweight.

The Euro*MBA is a very good value option.


Thanks Duncan ... as always very responsive ;-)

Just in absolute terms, what program would best prepare me for entrepreneurship? for building up my project while following the program and get good advices (teachers and cohort)?
[quote]These are all good options. In practice, it might depend on where you want to build your network.

The Rotterdam MBA in Cologne might be a great choice. Paris is an easy rail connection, but many of the grandes écoles have EMBA options that are a bit lightweight.

The Euro*MBA is a very good value option. [/quote]

Thanks Duncan ... as always very responsive ;-)

Just in absolute terms, what program would best prepare me for entrepreneurship? for building up my project while following the program and get good advices (teachers and cohort)?
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Duncan
Sorry, that would take me a bit of time to work through. Off the top of my head, I would guess HEC or RSM.
Sorry, that would take me a bit of time to work through. Off the top of my head, I would guess HEC or RSM.
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Razors Edg...
HEC is a great choice and ESSEC could work as well. Is the EMBA at EMLYON possible for you? (3 days a month over 20 months)
HEC is a great choice and ESSEC could work as well. Is the EMBA at EMLYON possible for you? (3 days a month over 20 months)
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jerome_tri
I am leaning towards the maastrichtMba at the Maastricht University (they stop the EuroMba for a year until completely reshaped). Seems like the best option for me both in terms of tuition, distance, return and quality of courses ...
I am leaning towards the maastrichtMba at the Maastricht University (they stop the EuroMba for a year until completely reshaped). Seems like the best option for me both in terms of tuition, distance, return and quality of courses ...
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Larry
I didn't realize the EuroMBA had been paused. Have you looked into RSM?
I didn't realize the EuroMBA had been paused. Have you looked into RSM?
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