Dual Degree International MBA + Master in Big Data - IE spain


Hi All,

I currently work at Google Japan as Ads sales person, I was previously running and establishing own our two start-up companies as Board Director in Japan.
I'd like to develop my international leadership skill through a MBA program, in addition, I'd like to enhance practically quantitative skills like a business analysis.

Moreover, I prefer a period of a program is as short as possible because I'm 31 yeas old.
Then, I found the best program, "Dual Degree International MBA + Master in Big Data" at IE spain.
http://www.ie.edu/business-school/degrees/dual-degrees/international-mba-master-business-analytics-big-data/
This program is total 21 month (One-year MBA + 10-months MBD). If I take like the program at another school, the period might be longer.

However, I'd like to work at the US after a graduation. I would like to know it has enough to get internships or jobs in the US.

Although I hope there would be such programs in the US...

Thanks in advance

Ryo

[Edited by ishido.ryo on Jan 11, 2015]

Hi All,

I currently work at Google Japan as Ads sales person, I was previously running and establishing own our two start-up companies as Board Director in Japan.
I'd like to develop my international leadership skill through a MBA program, in addition, I'd like to enhance practically quantitative skills like a business analysis.

Moreover, I prefer a period of a program is as short as possible because I'm 31 yeas old.
Then, I found the best program, "Dual Degree International MBA + Master in Big Data" at IE spain.
http://www.ie.edu/business-school/degrees/dual-degrees/international-mba-master-business-analytics-big-data/
This program is total 21 month (One-year MBA + 10-months MBD). If I take like the program at another school, the period might be longer.

However, I'd like to work at the US after a graduation. I would like to know it has enough to get internships or jobs in the US.

Although I hope there would be such programs in the US...

Thanks in advance

Ryo
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Duncan

If you want to work in the USA, then study there. Two years of study is two years; no-one in the US will think you've learnt more in two years at IE than you will have done at a top US school.

If you want to work in the USA, then study there. Two years of study is two years; no-one in the US will think you've learnt more in two years at IE than you will have done at a top US school.
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HI Duncan,

Thank you for your prompt advice. Certainly, as you mentioned, I should go a program of the US as a frontal attack.
Is it rare to employment in the US from IE and European school after all?

IE has a good program for me, as I mentioned, and very diverse, but I want to work the US, especially California.
I'm struggling with a dilemma between a good school and a work location. I aim to utilize below opportunities.

-International Exchange program for one term in California
-Internship in the US company
-Personal human network

Moreover, It is good for me that IE requires the IE test instead of the GMAT/GRE. Basically, almost top schools require the GMAR or GRE because I think to go a business school sooner and sooner.

Thanks in advance!

Ryo

HI Duncan,

Thank you for your prompt advice. Certainly, as you mentioned, I should go a program of the US as a frontal attack.
Is it rare to employment in the US from IE and European school after all?

IE has a good program for me, as I mentioned, and very diverse, but I want to work the US, especially California.
I'm struggling with a dilemma between a good school and a work location. I aim to utilize below opportunities.

-International Exchange program for one term in California
-Internship in the US company
-Personal human network

Moreover, It is good for me that IE requires the IE test instead of the GMAT/GRE. Basically, almost top schools require the GMAR or GRE because I think to go a business school sooner and sooner.

Thanks in advance!

Ryo
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Duncan

As someone who is no a US resident, I think it's not likely that IE will lead you to a job in California. International Exchange students generally do not get access to job interviews at the partner school (that was also my experience as a MBA exchange student taking classes at UCLA and the Tuck school).

The GMAT is a strong quality sign.

As someone who is no a US resident, I think it's not likely that IE will lead you to a job in California. International Exchange students generally do not get access to job interviews at the partner school (that was also my experience as a MBA exchange student taking classes at UCLA and the Tuck school).

The GMAT is a strong quality sign.
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badux

I would think that in most post-MBA roles, a second master's degree in analytics wouldn't add a substantial amount of value, unless you're planning on working in a tech-heavy position. Management positions tend not to require the depth of knowledge that this degree would require.

Rather, especially if you want to work in the US, a strong MBA there, perhaps with a specialization in analytics, might be an option. Notre Dame comes to mind, with its MBA concentration in business analytics; Carnegie Mellon - Tepper also offers a similarly-ranked MBA.

I would think that in most post-MBA roles, a second master's degree in analytics wouldn't add a substantial amount of value, unless you're planning on working in a tech-heavy position. Management positions tend not to require the depth of knowledge that this degree would require.

Rather, especially if you want to work in the US, a strong MBA there, perhaps with a specialization in analytics, might be an option. Notre Dame comes to mind, with its MBA concentration in business analytics; Carnegie Mellon - Tepper also offers a similarly-ranked MBA.
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