emba/mba


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i am an Indian optometrist working in Dubai since 7 years and i have working experience of 9 years (7 years in hospital and 2 years in optical industry). i dint see any further career growth in my current field and since long time i am interested in doing MBA or EMBA to improve career growth both socially and financially, with EMBA i can work and study together but i am not sure from where to start
all i know i can afford SPJAIN, STRATHCLYDE or BRADFORD its impossible to tell someones future but is it right colleges for me to do emba because my 80% experience belongs to health industry and as per my research i am not sure these colleges are specialized for healthcare emba or related industry.

please guide me the right path to boost my career. thanks

hello

i am an Indian optometrist working in Dubai since 7 years and i have working experience of 9 years (7 years in hospital and 2 years in optical industry). i dint see any further career growth in my current field and since long time i am interested in doing MBA or EMBA to improve career growth both socially and financially, with EMBA i can work and study together but i am not sure from where to start
all i know i can afford SPJAIN, STRATHCLYDE or BRADFORD its impossible to tell someones future but is it right colleges for me to do emba because my 80% experience belongs to health industry and as per my research i am not sure these colleges are specialized for healthcare emba or related industry.

please guide me the right path to boost my career. thanks
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It depends. Do you plan on staying in the health industry? If so, do you have any clear career goals?

You don't necessarily, absolutely need a specialized degree for the most part. They can be good for some specialized roles (if your goal included marketing or analytics for example), but since you already have experience in the health sector, specializing becomes less relevant since you have the background already.

In any case, all three of those are decent programs. Manchester and Cass also might be worth looking at.

It depends. Do you plan on staying in the health industry? If so, do you have any clear career goals?

You don't necessarily, absolutely need a specialized degree for the most part. They can be good for some specialized roles (if your goal included marketing or analytics for example), but since you already have experience in the health sector, specializing becomes less relevant since you have the background already.

In any case, all three of those are decent programs. Manchester and Cass also might be worth looking at.
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