Best "International" MBA or EMBA?


Sirmade8
I am looking for a very specific MBA or EMBA: one that allows me to do as much international networking as possible.

So far I have found the OneMBA, which I am very interested in.

Are there other similar programs? I would very much like to apply to at least 2-3 MBAs so that I have the best chances of getting in.
I am looking for a very specific MBA or EMBA: one that allows me to do as much international networking as possible.

So far I have found the OneMBA, which I am very interested in.

Are there other similar programs? I would very much like to apply to at least 2-3 MBAs so that I have the best chances of getting in.
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Duncan
An MBA will allow you to meet your own cohort repeatedly. It would be more cost effective to travel around the world, using a virtual assistant to arrange for you to have coffee and lunch with the most valuable people possible. That would give you better networking and probably take less than the 20 hours a week you'd use up in MBA coursework.
An MBA will allow you to meet your own cohort repeatedly. It would be more cost effective to travel around the world, using a virtual assistant to arrange for you to have coffee and lunch with the most valuable people possible. That would give you better networking and probably take less than the 20 hours a week you'd use up in MBA coursework.
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badux
The Trium program might be interesting for you. It's offered through a partnership between LSE, NYU Stern and HEC Paris.

The modules take place in London, California, New York, Shanghai, and Paris.

But many MBAs and EMBAs offer international exchange programs, and even networking trips abroad. I don't know if international exposure should be a primary deciding factor, in any case, as Duncan notes above.
The Trium program might be interesting for you. It's offered through a partnership between LSE, NYU Stern and HEC Paris.

The modules take place in London, California, New York, Shanghai, and Paris.

But many MBAs and EMBAs offer international exchange programs, and even networking trips abroad. I don't know if international exposure should be a primary deciding factor, in any case, as Duncan notes above.
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Sirmade8
Right, ok, appreciate the advice. That Trium program looks amazing but there is no way that I can pay $170,000.

I will look at other options, maybe considering exchange programs.
Right, ok, appreciate the advice. That Trium program looks amazing but there is no way that I can pay $170,000.

I will look at other options, maybe considering exchange programs.
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