Aalto University's part-time MBA


sg_twn
Hi All,

I am planning to pursue part-time MBA at Aalto University Executive Education Ltd, Finland. They claim that their part-time MBA & EMBA holds triple accreditations( AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS) but when I scrutinized further I found that the accreditations are not visible on the diploma, instead they offer a supplementary document from the dean that has the details of these accreditation. Should I be worried about it? Also can anyone suggest if it's a good idea to pursue MBA at Aalto?

Thanks.
Hi All,

I am planning to pursue part-time MBA at Aalto University Executive Education Ltd, Finland. They claim that their part-time MBA & EMBA holds triple accreditations( AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS) but when I scrutinized further I found that the accreditations are not visible on the diploma, instead they offer a supplementary document from the dean that has the details of these accreditation. Should I be worried about it? Also can anyone suggest if it's a good idea to pursue MBA at Aalto?

Thanks.
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Duncan
I don't think any university would place these accreditations on the diploma. How tacky!
I don't think any university would place these accreditations on the diploma. How tacky!
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sg_twn
Thanks for clarifying my doubt Duncan. Appreciate it. What do you have to say about pursuing MBA at Aalto and in Finland in general?

Rgds,
[quote][/quote] Thanks for clarifying my doubt Duncan. Appreciate it. What do you have to say about pursuing MBA at Aalto and in Finland in general?

Rgds,
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Duncan
It's a respected school. Whether it's the right choice depends on your career goals.
It's a respected school. Whether it's the right choice depends on your career goals.
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ezra
Finland is a great country but Finnish is notoriously hard to learn. If you don't already speak the language I'd think uou would be hard-pressed to learn it during the program.

In any case there aren't a lot of options in the country. Perhaps the University of Oulu is also worth looking into, depending on your goals.
Finland is a great country but Finnish is notoriously hard to learn. If you don't already speak the language I'd think uou would be hard-pressed to learn it during the program.

In any case there aren't a lot of options in the country. Perhaps the University of Oulu is also worth looking into, depending on your goals.
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