Emlyon or Essec


fabiorm83

Hi guys,
I'm Fabio and I would like to attend an Mba in luxury nexy year. I applied to Essec last year but unfortunately I had a low Gmat and they were really interested about my profile. Now I'm studying for a good Gmat score but i am thinking of other business school. The price of Essec is very high and Emlyon has a good program in luxury but I am not sure about their career service.
I would be happy to hear good advices from you

Fabio

Hi guys,
I'm Fabio and I would like to attend an Mba in luxury nexy year. I applied to Essec last year but unfortunately I had a low Gmat and they were really interested about my profile. Now I'm studying for a good Gmat score but i am thinking of other business school. The price of Essec is very high and Emlyon has a good program in luxury but I am not sure about their career service.
I would be happy to hear good advices from you

Fabio
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Duncan

Fabio, the ESSEC course is very much better. I guess you also speak French fluently? Take a look at Luxury & Luxury Brand Management http://www.find-mba.com/board/24603

PS If you don't speak fluent business French see Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

[Edited by Duncan on Nov 05, 2016]

Fabio, the ESSEC course is very much better. I guess you also speak French fluently? Take a look at Luxury & Luxury Brand Management http://www.find-mba.com/board/24603

PS If you don't speak fluent business French see Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713
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fabiorm83

Thank you for your reply. I don't speak french and I'm italian. My situation is that: I have a degree in Arts, Master in Management for the Performing Arts at Sda Bocconi,6 years work experiences in events field in Italy and London.
I would like to change my career in fashion luxury and I'm not sure about which school can be the best?Bocconi has an Mba with a specialization in luxury,what do you think?

Thanks again and have a great night

http://www.sdabocconi.it/en/mba-executive-mba/full-time-mba/program/concentration-luxury-business-management#content

Thank you for your reply. I don't speak french and I'm italian. My situation is that: I have a degree in Arts, Master in Management for the Performing Arts at Sda Bocconi,6 years work experiences in events field in Italy and London.
I would like to change my career in fashion luxury and I'm not sure about which school can be the best?Bocconi has an Mba with a specialization in luxury,what do you think?

Thanks again and have a great night

http://www.sdabocconi.it/en/mba-executive-mba/full-time-mba/program/concentration-luxury-business-management#content
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Duncan

I think the opening for you in France are very limited if you don't speak French. Either learn French first, or focus on the markets where you can access most openings.

The thread I linked to will bring you to most of the discussions on luxury. This is a very hard market to break into, and you'll get further through extending your personal network to get internships than through another agree, especially since your Bocconi degree gives you great credibility, especially since the Altagamma consortium designed your MA..

Book an appointment with with careers team at Booconi. I don't think you need another masters.

I think the opening for you in France are very limited if you don't speak French. Either learn French first, or focus on the markets where you can access most openings.

The thread I linked to will bring you to most of the discussions on luxury. This is a very hard market to break into, and you'll get further through extending your personal network to get internships than through another agree, especially since your Bocconi degree gives you great credibility, especially since the Altagamma consortium designed your MA..

Book an appointment with with careers team at Booconi. I don't think you need another masters.
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Duncan

I think the openings for you in France are very limited if you don't speak French. Either learn French first, or focus on the markets where you can access most openings.

The thread I linked to will bring you to most of the discussions on luxury. This is a very hard market to break into, and you'll get further through extending your personal network to get internships than through another agree, especially since your Bocconi degree gives you great credibility, especially since the Altagamma consortium designed your MA..

Book an appointment with with careers team at Booconi. I don't think you need another masters.

[Edited by Duncan on Nov 08, 2016]

I think the openings for you in France are very limited if you don't speak French. Either learn French first, or focus on the markets where you can access most openings.

The thread I linked to will bring you to most of the discussions on luxury. This is a very hard market to break into, and you'll get further through extending your personal network to get internships than through another agree, especially since your Bocconi degree gives you great credibility, especially since the Altagamma consortium designed your MA..

Book an appointment with with careers team at Booconi. I don't think you need another masters.
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