ESIC International MBA or Birmingham University Full-time MBA


Hi,

Please advice me as I'm in doubt on what of these two MBAs to choose.

I think both of them are good and in terms of cost are very similar. Birmingham is triple crowned but I like the idea of studying in Europe and China that is offered by ESIC.

Thank you!

Hi,

Please advice me as I'm in doubt on what of these two MBAs to choose.

I think both of them are good and in terms of cost are very similar. Birmingham is triple crowned but I like the idea of studying in Europe and China that is offered by ESIC.

Thank you!
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Duncan

I'm not sure by what standard you think that ESIC is good, but it lacks any of the meaningful accreditations for a robust MBA. Surely most students would be better off taking the Birmingham MBA in international business and then, after the project with the CEU, completing the project in China?

I'm not sure by what standard you think that ESIC is good, but it lacks any of the meaningful accreditations for a robust MBA. Surely most students would be better off taking the Birmingham MBA in international business and then, after the project with the CEU, completing the project in China?
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Razors Edg...

ESIC is actually ranked #27 in Bloomberg's non-US MBA ranking, so there's that. It's certainly not the definitive ranking out there, but I think it's reason enough not to dismiss it out-right. That said, Duncan is right, Birmingham is probably better for most students.

ESIC is actually ranked #27 in Bloomberg's non-US MBA ranking, so there's that. It's certainly not the definitive ranking out there, but I think it's reason enough not to dismiss it out-right. That said, Duncan is right, Birmingham is probably better for most students.
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Thank you for your help,

The reason why I am in doubt is this
"QS Return on Investment Report
European Full-Time MBA
Unlocking the value of Europe’s top business schools"

In this report ESIC comes in first place on ROI and also 1st place in employability - 2nd is LBS - with 100% of students employed within 3 months of graduation. This is quite impressive no?
How can a school without relevant accreditation have such ranking?

Thank you for your help,

The reason why I am in doubt is this
"QS Return on Investment Report
European Full-Time MBA
Unlocking the value of Europe’s top business schools"

In this report ESIC comes in first place on ROI and also 1st place in employability - 2nd is LBS - with 100% of students employed within 3 months of graduation. This is quite impressive no?
How can a school without relevant accreditation have such ranking?
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laurie

Those Qs rankings are great for reference but are much less reliable than the BW/FT rankings.

Those Qs rankings are great for reference but are much less reliable than the BW/FT rankings.
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