GMP or MIB Pordenone?


maubia
MIP offers:
MBA FT
MBA PT
MBA executive

The difference between PT and executive is just the audience. I talked with them time ago and the curriculum is pretty similar. By the way PT allows to take the dual degree with MIT SCM (the executive NOT)
About Pegaso... this is not an MBA or something similar
MIP offers:
MBA FT
MBA PT
MBA executive

The difference between PT and executive is just the audience. I talked with them time ago and the curriculum is pretty similar. By the way PT allows to take the dual degree with MIT SCM (the executive NOT)
About Pegaso... this is not an MBA or something similar
quote
remedios
thanks! you are right it is not an MBA but something differnt that gives you the title of "Master"
thanks! you are right it is not an MBA but something differnt that gives you the title of "Master"
quote
maubia
thanks! you are right it is not an MBA but something differnt that gives you the title of "Master"


NO, Pegaso won't bring you a Master Degree; instead it's possible to collect some credits to use for the "Gestione Aziendale e Sviluppo Organizzativo" Master.

-------------
Percorsi Executive Pegaso permettono di ottenere i crediti formativi da utilizzare per il conseguimento del titolo di Master Universitario in Gestione Aziendale e Sviluppo Organizzativo.
-------------
<blockquote>thanks! you are right it is not an MBA but something differnt that gives you the title of "Master"</blockquote>

NO, Pegaso won't bring you a Master Degree; instead it's possible to collect some credits to use for the "Gestione Aziendale e Sviluppo Organizzativo" Master.

-------------
Percorsi Executive Pegaso permettono di ottenere i crediti formativi da utilizzare per il conseguimento del titolo di Master Universitario in Gestione Aziendale e Sviluppo Organizzativo.
-------------

quote
remedios
Hi Maubia, I called there because it was not clear to me neither: if you follow the whole program for 2 years (price 14.500 ? - credit 60) you will get the title of Master in Gestione Aziendale e Sviluppo Organizzativo. Of course it is not a MBA but it is a Master
Hi Maubia, I called there because it was not clear to me neither: if you follow the whole program for 2 years (price 14.500 ? - credit 60) you will get the title of Master in Gestione Aziendale e Sviluppo Organizzativo. Of course it is not a MBA but it is a Master
quote
Sibant
Hi there. I am a recent MBA graduate at MIB. I received 50% scholarship and the program is decent. Professors are pretty wide ranged from Italian to American and Hungarian. Many are very knowledgeable, and the workload is quite heavy as the program is pretty packed. Classes in marketing and finance are especially good as i feel i learned alot in those two areas. Entire program is in English and we have about 1/3 of classmates from Italy. Regarding career service, the school has strong ties with insurance companies. That said, the career service at MIB is not strong and you are pretty much on your own when it comes to finding a job. When i look for MBA program the price is important for me, and MIB gives me a good bargain with scholarship, plus I got to live in Italy. Trieste, where the school resides, is a beautiful and historical seaside city about 2 hours from Venice by train. Although a quiet town, there are still bars and good restaurants and you see alot of young people at night and over the weekends around town. Living expense is quite affordable - I paid 500 euro/month sharing apartment with 2 others. Overall i am happy with the time and money i invested in the program. It is not top-10 or very well known school, but unless you have crazy GMAT to get good scholarships, the top MBA programs around the world easily charge you 70-80K or more.
Hi there. I am a recent MBA graduate at MIB. I received 50% scholarship and the program is decent. Professors are pretty wide ranged from Italian to American and Hungarian. Many are very knowledgeable, and the workload is quite heavy as the program is pretty packed. Classes in marketing and finance are especially good as i feel i learned alot in those two areas. Entire program is in English and we have about 1/3 of classmates from Italy. Regarding career service, the school has strong ties with insurance companies. That said, the career service at MIB is not strong and you are pretty much on your own when it comes to finding a job. When i look for MBA program the price is important for me, and MIB gives me a good bargain with scholarship, plus I got to live in Italy. Trieste, where the school resides, is a beautiful and historical seaside city about 2 hours from Venice by train. Although a quiet town, there are still bars and good restaurants and you see alot of young people at night and over the weekends around town. Living expense is quite affordable - I paid 500 euro/month sharing apartment with 2 others. Overall i am happy with the time and money i invested in the program. It is not top-10 or very well known school, but unless you have crazy GMAT to get good scholarships, the top MBA programs around the world easily charge you 70-80K or more.
quote

Reply to Post

Related Business Schools

Milan, Italy 60 Followers 188 Discussions
Zurich, Switzerland 19 Followers 7 Discussions
Trieste, Italy 29 Followers 29 Discussions
Paderno del Grappa TV, Italy 6 Followers 10 Discussions
Milan, Italy 17 Followers 72 Discussions
Torino, Italy 6 Followers 284 Discussions
Madrid, Spain 2 Followers 284 Discussions
Paris cedex 11, France 8 Followers 284 Discussions
Berlin, Germany 11 Followers 284 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 7 Followers 284 Discussions

Other Related Content

Mar 03, 2020

The Financial Times Updates Online MBA Ranking for 2020

News Mar 03, 2020

Executive Education or an MBA?

Article Feb 22, 2012

How the two education options vary substantially in terms of expectations and experiences

Hot Discussions