Masters in Luxury Management


Hi!
I'm 20 year old graduate from Uzbekistan. I'm very intrested in Luxury Management and now looking for places to study. While conducting my research, I found International Unversity in Monaco, which seems to be the perfect match for my plans. However, the course price is more than USD 25,000 and campus location is Monaco. I wonder, if there are any similiar porgrammes i New York or London. Desperately need advice on kind of schools, expected job types and prospects, entry requirements, financial aid, etc. Please, help!

Hi!
I'm 20 year old graduate from Uzbekistan. I'm very intrested in Luxury Management and now looking for places to study. While conducting my research, I found International Unversity in Monaco, which seems to be the perfect match for my plans. However, the course price is more than USD 25,000 and campus location is Monaco. I wonder, if there are any similiar porgrammes i New York or London. Desperately need advice on kind of schools, expected job types and prospects, entry requirements, financial aid, etc. Please, help!
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Duncan

Read through this: http://www.find-mba.com/board/7423 and other discussions: http://www.find-mba.com/boardsearch/q/luxury and then come back with more specific questions.

You will probably spend similar, or more, or tuition in New York or in London. However, business school is not the best route into luxury companies. Salaries are ironically low there, and people work there way up. There's very little demand for graduates from luxury programmes.

Take a look at:
New York University
Cornell University
Fashion Institute of Technology
University of California, Los Angeles
ESSEC - ESSEC Business School
University of California, Berkeley
Arizona State University
The University of Texas at Austin
Boston University
Università Commerciale 'Luigi Bocconi'
University of Southern California

Read through this: http://www.find-mba.com/board/7423 and other discussions: http://www.find-mba.com/boardsearch/q/luxury and then come back with more specific questions.

You will probably spend similar, or more, or tuition in New York or in London. However, business school is not the best route into luxury companies. Salaries are ironically low there, and people work there way up. There's very little demand for graduates from luxury programmes.

Take a look at:
New York University
Cornell University
Fashion Institute of Technology
University of California, Los Angeles
ESSEC - ESSEC Business School
University of California, Berkeley
Arizona State University
The University of Texas at Austin
Boston University
Università Commerciale 'Luigi Bocconi'
University of Southern California
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Hello all
I’m 20 year old graduate in bba from india. I so wanted to do my bachelors in fashion but ended up doing bba for my masters now I’m interested in luxury brand management. I came across many colleges in Milan , Paris , London. I came across one course which sp Jain school of global management is offering which is masters in global luxury goods and service management I likes the course it’s 6 months in Mumbai the other 4 months in Politecnico di Milano MIP (Milan )and then internship in any of the countries it’s a 12 month course. I loved everything about the course but my main concern is about the future options after the course as my funding would be from loans. I don’t mind working in Milan or in Mumbai. But are placements good after the course ? Is it worth spending so much?
I had a word with alumni of the course some are positive and some are negative. I’m confused! Placements are mostly offered to students with work experience. Freshers find difficult to get jobs ! Higher loans and less salary makes no sense. I have no plans for settling back in Milan or so. So wanted a course where I get international exposure also. Can anyone please throw some light on this. Is it worth doing it from sp Jain ? Or I should simply go for mba ?

Thankyou

Hello all
I’m 20 year old graduate in bba from india. I so wanted to do my bachelors in fashion but ended up doing bba for my masters now I’m interested in luxury brand management. I came across many colleges in Milan , Paris , London. I came across one course which sp Jain school of global management is offering which is masters in global luxury goods and service management I likes the course it’s 6 months in Mumbai the other 4 months in Politecnico di Milano MIP (Milan )and then internship in any of the countries it’s a 12 month course. I loved everything about the course but my main concern is about the future options after the course as my funding would be from loans. I don’t mind working in Milan or in Mumbai. But are placements good after the course ? Is it worth spending so much?
I had a word with alumni of the course some are positive and some are negative. I’m confused! Placements are mostly offered to students with work experience. Freshers find difficult to get jobs ! Higher loans and less salary makes no sense. I have no plans for settling back in Milan or so. So wanted a course where I get international exposure also. Can anyone please throw some light on this. Is it worth doing it from sp Jain ? Or I should simply go for mba ?

Thankyou
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