Is there any good full time EMBA


WhichMBA

I have been going through FINDMBA posts for many months , it's one of the real world and nearly TRUE and very candid feedback and information regarding various Business schools. Above is my opinion only nothing against any one , so Pls don't jump up and down if you disagree with me..)

Now coming my problem of finding full time EMBA, I have 14+ yrs working experience and NO GMAT (Neither have time nor Interested to take on GMAT, I'm truly aware of GMAT impact and how critical GMAT score is etc during admission), also I d't even have Bachelor qualification, but I was successful in career so far but felt that I have been doing merely donkey work at times and not progressing in career further....
Does anyone here aware of FULL TIME EMBA programs anywhere in the world (Except India and US as both needed Bachelors regardless of the experience and how capable you are etc)
Many many EMBA are something like 3 Hour classes for 2 months kind of EMBA part time programs???

any valuable suggestions over FULL TIME EMBA will be highly appreciated and kindly advice the program +ve and -Ves as well

From my side I have been though hours and days of googling but not find really many except NTU / Singapore Full time program, which is massively priced I guess.
if anyone in similar situations for your quick glance I'm posting most recent Tuition fee details in ? , most of the details are accurate , may be not , Do cross check if needed.

EMBA Tution
ICN ? 28,400
UCD EMBA ? 29,500
NEO ? 33,000
NTU SG / WASEDA ? 34,000
EADA ? 36,000
Velarick ? 36,000
Calgary Canada ? 36,780
Grenoble ? 38,000
HEC / GSOM ? 39,000
Cass EMBA ? 42,000
Sauder Canada EMBA ? 43,000
NTU / MIT Singapore ? 47,262
OneMBA Mexico ? 44,269
Manchester ? 45,000
RSM ? 46,500
ESSEC ? 49,500
ESCP ? 51,000
NTU EMBA GMP ? 51,390
Imperial ? 52,439
HEC Paris ? 53,450
IE Spain ? 55,200
ESADE ? 55,400
OneMBA RSM ? 56,000
Univ StGallen EMBA ? 59,000
OneMBA ? 59,500
Ivey Canada ? 61,000
OMNIUM SWIS / CAD ? 61,000
NUS / UCLA ? 63,000
ThinderBird ? 67,000
Ohio Fisher ? 69,146
Kellog/Schillich ? 73,000
Kellogg-WHU ? 75,000
LBS ? 78,000
CornelQueens ? 88,900
IESE ? 95,000
INSEADE ? 100,500
IE / BROWN ? 105,000
CBS / LSU / HKS ? 107,912
Kellog / HKUST ? 109,750
Chicago Booth ? 110,000
TRIUM ? 116,000
Cornel EMBA ? 119,000
Duke EMBA ? 122,000

I have been going through FINDMBA posts for many months , it's one of the real world and nearly TRUE and very candid feedback and information regarding various Business schools. Above is my opinion only nothing against any one , so Pls don't jump up and down if you disagree with me..)

Now coming my problem of finding full time EMBA, I have 14+ yrs working experience and NO GMAT (Neither have time nor Interested to take on GMAT, I'm truly aware of GMAT impact and how critical GMAT score is etc during admission), also I d't even have Bachelor qualification, but I was successful in career so far but felt that I have been doing merely donkey work at times and not progressing in career further....
Does anyone here aware of FULL TIME EMBA programs anywhere in the world (Except India and US as both needed Bachelors regardless of the experience and how capable you are etc)
Many many EMBA are something like 3 Hour classes for 2 months kind of EMBA part time programs???

any valuable suggestions over FULL TIME EMBA will be highly appreciated and kindly advice the program +ve and -Ves as well

From my side I have been though hours and days of googling but not find really many except NTU / Singapore Full time program, which is massively priced I guess.
if anyone in similar situations for your quick glance I'm posting most recent Tuition fee details in ? , most of the details are accurate , may be not , Do cross check if needed.

EMBA Tution
ICN ? 28,400
UCD EMBA ? 29,500
NEO ? 33,000
NTU SG / WASEDA ? 34,000
EADA ? 36,000
Velarick ? 36,000
Calgary Canada ? 36,780
Grenoble ? 38,000
HEC / GSOM ? 39,000
Cass EMBA ? 42,000
Sauder Canada EMBA ? 43,000
NTU / MIT Singapore ? 47,262
OneMBA Mexico ? 44,269
Manchester ? 45,000
RSM ? 46,500
ESSEC ? 49,500
ESCP ? 51,000
NTU EMBA GMP ? 51,390
Imperial ? 52,439
HEC Paris ? 53,450
IE Spain ? 55,200
ESADE ? 55,400
OneMBA RSM ? 56,000
Univ StGallen EMBA ? 59,000
OneMBA ? 59,500
Ivey Canada ? 61,000
OMNIUM SWIS / CAD ? 61,000
NUS / UCLA ? 63,000
ThinderBird ? 67,000
Ohio Fisher ? 69,146
Kellog/Schillich ? 73,000
Kellogg-WHU ? 75,000
LBS ? 78,000
CornelQueens ? 88,900
IESE ? 95,000
INSEADE ? 100,500
IE / BROWN ? 105,000
CBS / LSU / HKS ? 107,912
Kellog / HKUST ? 109,750
Chicago Booth ? 110,000
TRIUM ? 116,000
Cornel EMBA ? 119,000
Duke EMBA ? 122,000
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Duncan

I think you should explain what you are looking for, because it's really only in India that full-time programmes are called Executive MBAs. If you want a full-time programme with students that have work experience, those won't be called Executive MBAs in other countries (with very few exceptions).

NEO is Neoma in Paris? I guess your highest-priced OneMBA option is at UNC? Perhaps note that, and correct the spelling where you can so search engines can pick up the post (Vlerick, Cornell, Kellogg etc...)

PS It might also be useful to put a * after the programmes on your list which are full-time programmes that are not described as EMBAs, like the NTU-Waseda double MBA.

I think you should explain what you are looking for, because it's really only in India that full-time programmes are called Executive MBAs. If you want a full-time programme with students that have work experience, those won't be called Executive MBAs in other countries (with very few exceptions).

NEO is Neoma in Paris? I guess your highest-priced OneMBA option is at UNC? Perhaps note that, and correct the spelling where you can so search engines can pick up the post (Vlerick, Cornell, Kellogg etc...)

PS It might also be useful to put a * after the programmes on your list which are full-time programmes that are not described as EMBAs, like the NTU-Waseda double MBA.
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WhichMBA

Duncan,
Thanks for prompt advices in this great forum.

I have written to INSEAD earlier as part of per-evaluation process with all the details, clearly their response indicating to me to apply for EMBA rather FULL TIME MBA. I have seen similar responses from many B Schools, right from Triple accredited to local accreditation .

I will do more proper classification shortly in my data excel.

Do you know any similar programs in EMBA (NTU EMBA GMP kind of ) or Full Time MBA in WEST, which don?t mind to consider real world experience along with other admission factors, rather just focusing on higher GMAT (650++) and Bachelors as fundamental and damn required basic qualification as almost all Indian B schools do and US Business schools do.

To answer your advice specific to "what you are looking for", from MBA study, let me Highlight few expectations here

1.Doing Business better by learning most Business Basic skills right from Finance to Accounting to HR Process skills etc
2. Typical MBA's has a skills of floating with ease , be it in any situation, which I need to learn (I'm aware that Real world teaches a lot, TRUE, at the same time one having MBA + real world Business experience will do much better, I have personally seen and experienced)

3. Having proper and right qualification like MBA, certainly gives better prospectus in terms right from short listings by companies TO Gaining better roles TO handling more critical functions, rather doing just support functions roles and jobs

I'm not targeting FT TOP 20 Elite schools or unrealistic wages or over expectations from MBA like from day one like I want to work for Top 3 bla bla or directly in to C level etc . I'm earning much higher than typical MBA , although I don't have neither Bachelors nor MBA , so higher Salaries is not my target or immediate expectation

What I realistically need and expecting from ANY MBA course is to learn - most of the skills necessary ""for Managing the Business properly, running the day to day Business with less risk and more strategically" and more Intelligently.

I?m not willing to invest in TRIUM kind of super expensive programs. It might give Better ROI but taking $170K ++++ Risk is not ideal for my case and my budget is around ?55,000 to ?65K , all inclusive


Any thoughts or suggestions further?

Duncan,
Thanks for prompt advices in this great forum.

I have written to INSEAD earlier as part of per-evaluation process with all the details, clearly their response indicating to me to apply for EMBA rather FULL TIME MBA. I have seen similar responses from many B Schools, right from Triple accredited to local accreditation .

I will do more proper classification shortly in my data excel.

Do you know any similar programs in EMBA (NTU EMBA GMP kind of ) or Full Time MBA in WEST, which don?t mind to consider real world experience along with other admission factors, rather just focusing on higher GMAT (650++) and Bachelors as fundamental and damn required basic qualification as almost all Indian B schools do and US Business schools do.

To answer your advice specific to "what you are looking for", from MBA study, let me Highlight few expectations here

1.Doing Business better by learning most Business Basic skills right from Finance to Accounting to HR Process skills etc
2. Typical MBA's has a skills of floating with ease , be it in any situation, which I need to learn (I'm aware that Real world teaches a lot, TRUE, at the same time one having MBA + real world Business experience will do much better, I have personally seen and experienced)

3. Having proper and right qualification like MBA, certainly gives better prospectus in terms right from short listings by companies TO Gaining better roles TO handling more critical functions, rather doing just support functions roles and jobs

I'm not targeting FT TOP 20 Elite schools or unrealistic wages or over expectations from MBA like from day one like I want to work for Top 3 bla bla or directly in to C level etc . I'm earning much higher than typical MBA , although I don't have neither Bachelors nor MBA , so higher Salaries is not my target or immediate expectation

What I realistically need and expecting from ANY MBA course is to learn - most of the skills necessary ""for Managing the Business properly, running the day to day Business with less risk and more strategically" and more Intelligently.

I?m not willing to invest in TRIUM kind of super expensive programs. It might give Better ROI but taking $170K ++++ Risk is not ideal for my case and my budget is around ?55,000 to ?65K , all inclusive


Any thoughts or suggestions further?
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Duncan

Most masters degrees will require a bachelors degree.

Do you want a full-time programme, or a part-time programme?

Right now, it seems that an advanced management programme might be good for you. The MIT advanced certificate stands out: http://executive.mit.edu/executivecertificates/advanced/ US Berkeley has a full-time programme: http://extension.berkeley.edu/public/category/courseCategoryCertificateProfile.do?method=load&certificateId=17105&selectedProgramAreaId=11463&selectedProgramStreamId=15567

Most masters degrees will require a bachelors degree.

Do you want a full-time programme, or a part-time programme?

Right now, it seems that an advanced management programme might be good for you. The MIT advanced certificate stands out: http://executive.mit.edu/executivecertificates/advanced/ US Berkeley has a full-time programme: http://extension.berkeley.edu/public/category/courseCategoryCertificateProfile.do?method=load&certificateId=17105&selectedProgramAreaId=11463&selectedProgramStreamId=15567
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WhichMBA

Great, Certificate Program in Business Administration from http://extension.berkeley.edu looks like decent program for quick grasp and floating.

Thanks for kind advice, similarly is there any thing to consider at MBA level, may be there are some gems open to mature and Non degree experienced candidates

Great, Certificate Program in Business Administration from http://extension.berkeley.edu looks like decent program for quick grasp and floating.

Thanks for kind advice, similarly is there any thing to consider at MBA level, may be there are some gems open to mature and Non degree experienced candidates

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Duncan

I think most masters programmes will be very cautious about admitting someone without a bachelors degree or a GMAT score. They want to know that you can complete the work and not fold your study group back.

There are some access programmes like this http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/qualifications/s01 and after that you can enter their triple-accredited MBA.

PS there are some one-year bachelors degrees in business (like http://www.bachelorsportal.eu/search/?q=ci-10|dx-360|kw-business|lv-bachelor||805d83f7 ) and then after that you could do an EMBA.

I think most masters programmes will be very cautious about admitting someone without a bachelors degree or a GMAT score. They want to know that you can complete the work and not fold your study group back.

There are some access programmes like this http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/qualifications/s01 and after that you can enter their triple-accredited MBA.

PS there are some one-year bachelors degrees in business (like http://www.bachelorsportal.eu/search/?q=ci-10|dx-360|kw-business|lv-bachelor||805d83f7 ) and then after that you could do an EMBA.
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WhichMBA

I'm sure there are plenty of options both at MS and MBA and Certificate Programs available including in triple accredited business schools and also in some of the world's best universities. I'm in hunt and I will get back with update once I choose best option in all aspects.


Thanks to FindMBA forum.

I'm sure there are plenty of options both at MS and MBA and Certificate Programs available including in triple accredited business schools and also in some of the world's best universities. I'm in hunt and I will get back with update once I choose best option in all aspects.


Thanks to FindMBA forum.


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