Help Choosing a MBA


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Thanks Duncan you are very correct.
It seems that UC3m is the cheapest and a good quality school but does not have the best NPV.

Would you mind telling me your thoughts on Hult, International university of Monaco, SHU, and Cincinnati?
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international university of monaco, interesting. ok, let me tell you that in another program I have had to deal with fraudulent job vacancies and an academic environment that I didn't consider appropriate for a graduate school. I mean, making playlists on youtube it's definitely something unexpected from a university course. then, it's you choice.
www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2596C47DB9EA3B08

<blockquote>Thanks Duncan you are very correct.
It seems that UC3m is the cheapest and a good quality school but does not have the best NPV.

Would you mind telling me your thoughts on Hult, International university of Monaco, SHU, and Cincinnati?
.</blockquote>

international university of monaco, interesting. ok, let me tell you that in another program I have had to deal with fraudulent job vacancies and an academic environment that I didn't consider appropriate for a graduate school. I mean, making playlists on youtube it's definitely something unexpected from a university course. then, it's you choice.
www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2596C47DB9EA3B08
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mba4me

Hi,

My name is Antoine Rech, and I am the Associate Director of Sacred Heart University in Luxembourg. Indeed, SHU has launched a new program, the MBA with Internship. In September 2012, we welcomed 5 students from India, the US, South Africa and Europe. All these students were offered paid internships in Luxembourg at UBS, PwC, Lombard Assurance, etc.

Should you want to have more information about the program and if you are located in Luxembourg, I suggest that we meet and discuss your project. You can also meet students, faculty and visit our premises to make your own opinion.

Sacred Heart University also offers a part-time MBA program. Age of students: around 35 years old, working professionals (engineers, consultants, bankers, etc). Courses are offered on the evenings (from 6:30 to 9:30). Duration of the program: approximately 2 years with a flexible entry date. Number of nationalities: more than 15. Possibilities of taking courses in Asia and/or the US. The program is AACSB accredited.

Best,

www.shu.lu
[email protected]


Wow, paid internships in Luxembourg at UBS, PwC, Lombard Assurance? In 2013, that's a MUCH better proposition than the MBA programmes at the top 5 to 20 European Business Schools. Non-EU students at schools such as IE, HEC, Cambridge, Bocconi, etc. could only dream to have such opportunities in Europe. Most non-EU at these schools cannot find a decent internship and most leave Europe and stay jobless for a long period of time.

In 2013, the opportunity to find work in Europe for non-EU students is much more important than any ridiculous MBA rankings you can find on the web. Most US graduates are still jobless one year after graduation at schools such as HEC and IE.

<blockquote>Hi,

My name is Antoine Rech, and I am the Associate Director of Sacred Heart University in Luxembourg. Indeed, SHU has launched a new program, the MBA with Internship. In September 2012, we welcomed 5 students from India, the US, South Africa and Europe. All these students were offered paid internships in Luxembourg at UBS, PwC, Lombard Assurance, etc.

Should you want to have more information about the program and if you are located in Luxembourg, I suggest that we meet and discuss your project. You can also meet students, faculty and visit our premises to make your own opinion.

Sacred Heart University also offers a part-time MBA program. Age of students: around 35 years old, working professionals (engineers, consultants, bankers, etc). Courses are offered on the evenings (from 6:30 to 9:30). Duration of the program: approximately 2 years with a flexible entry date. Number of nationalities: more than 15. Possibilities of taking courses in Asia and/or the US. The program is AACSB accredited.

Best,

www.shu.lu
[email protected]
</blockquote>

Wow, paid internships in Luxembourg at UBS, PwC, Lombard Assurance? In 2013, that's a MUCH better proposition than the MBA programmes at the top 5 to 20 European Business Schools. Non-EU students at schools such as IE, HEC, Cambridge, Bocconi, etc. could only dream to have such opportunities in Europe. Most non-EU at these schools cannot find a decent internship and most leave Europe and stay jobless for a long period of time.

In 2013, the opportunity to find work in Europe for non-EU students is much more important than any ridiculous MBA rankings you can find on the web. Most US graduates are still jobless one year after graduation at schools such as HEC and IE.
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Duncan

No part of that is true.

No part of that is true.
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