MBA concentration in healthcare/hospital


csb1019

Hi everyone~ I'm 32 years old male Korean, My work experience is 6years as Radio technologist. I looking for a MBA school, Which school fit my career?. Are they graduated MBA schools people were work in hospital?
I looking for 1year full time MBA in U.S.A or Europe
Searching to concentration of healthcare & medcine MBA Schools are INSEAD,IE(Europe),Kellogg(U.S.A) right?

GPA 4.0
GMAT 680

Can I go to MBA schools?

Hi everyone~ I'm 32 years old male Korean, My work experience is 6years as Radio technologist. I looking for a MBA school, Which school fit my career?. Are they graduated MBA schools people were work in hospital?
I looking for 1year full time MBA in U.S.A or Europe
Searching to concentration of healthcare & medcine MBA Schools are INSEAD,IE(Europe),Kellogg(U.S.A) right?

GPA 4.0
GMAT 680

Can I go to MBA schools?
quote
Duncan

What sort of role would you like to have in the future?

Most one year MBAs do not have concentrations; they are in general management. A one year MBA could be a good fit for you, but two year MBAs are better.

In terms of MBAs in the US with big healthcare alumni networks I would look at Wharton, Northwestern, Harvard Business School, Brigham Young University, University of Minnesota and New York University: most of these you would need a better GMAT.

I would also look at University of Rochester, Charles Stuart University, University of Toronto, University of Warwick, Technion, Pepperdine University, Southern Illinois and RMIT University. They have a cluster of alumni with MBAs and a background in radiography.

What sort of role would you like to have in the future?

Most one year MBAs do not have concentrations; they are in general management. A one year MBA could be a good fit for you, but two year MBAs are better.

In terms of MBAs in the US with big healthcare alumni networks I would look at Wharton, Northwestern, Harvard Business School, Brigham Young University, University of Minnesota and New York University: most of these you would need a better GMAT.

I would also look at University of Rochester, Charles Stuart University, University of Toronto, University of Warwick, Technion, Pepperdine University, Southern Illinois and RMIT University. They have a cluster of alumni with MBAs and a background in radiography.
quote
csb1019

Thank you so much Mr. Duncan
You gave to me the answer. If I select MBA schools that concentration in alumni some parts, I should select 2years full time MBA and I need better GMAT over the 700 score. I have to considering costs of class and living in America. Which schools are national university?, You had recommended to me?

Thank you so much Mr. Duncan
You gave to me the answer. If I select MBA schools that concentration in alumni some parts, I should select 2years full time MBA and I need better GMAT over the 700 score. I have to considering costs of class and living in America. Which schools are national university?, You had recommended to me?
quote
Duncan

Well, some of the schools I mentioned have an average MGAT under 700.

What do you mean by "national university"?

Well, some of the schools I mentioned have an average MGAT under 700.

What do you mean by "national university"?
quote
csb1019

Sorry Mr.Duncan I confused, I meant about established in duty..... This University were called 'national university' in Korea. and The University tuition is lower cost than private university in Korea. So I mentioned 'National University'
Is it called state University in U.S.A isn't it?

So, Which schools has lower cost about tuition and dorm?

Sorry Mr.Duncan I confused, I meant about established in duty..... This University were called 'national university' in Korea. and The University tuition is lower cost than private university in Korea. So I mentioned 'National University'
Is it called state University in U.S.A isn't it?

So, Which schools has lower cost about tuition and dorm?
quote
Sparks

Hi, Imperial College London offers an MSc in International Health Management. I think Imperial's MBA has a Health Management specialisation option too.

Hi, Imperial College London offers an MSc in International Health Management. I think Imperial's MBA has a Health Management specialisation option too.
quote

Reply to Post

Related Business Schools

Los Angeles, California 39 Followers 45 Discussions
Edwardsville, Illinois 4 Followers 1 Discussion
Carbondale, Illinois 4 Followers 3 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 94 Followers 299 Discussions
Fontainebleau, France 63 Followers 288 Discussions
Rochester, New York 26 Followers 39 Discussions
Toronto, Canada 73 Followers 104 Discussions
Coventry, United Kingdom 87 Followers 495 Discussions
Madrid, Spain 106 Followers 326 Discussions
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 61 Followers 162 Discussions
Provo, Utah 20 Followers 40 Discussions
Minneapolis, Minnesota 21 Followers 27 Discussions
Boston, Massachusetts 77 Followers 197 Discussions
New York City, New York 158 Followers 236 Discussions
Evanston, Illinois 64 Followers 193 Discussions
Melbourne, Australia 15 Followers 23 Discussions
Wagga Wagga, Australia 2 Followers 2 Discussions

Other Related Content

Nov 13, 2019

Bloomberg Businessweek Updates US MBA Ranking for 2019

News Nov 13, 2019

Prescription for Success? MBA Programs in Healthcare

Article Aug 10, 2009

For those looking to step in or advance in the booming healthcare industry, can an MBA help?

Top Business Schools for Healthcare / Pharma / Biotech

Top List

For students working or hoping to work in the health fields, an MBA can prepare them for various functional roles – like marketing, business development, or strategy – at companies in the healthcare services, life sciences, pharma, and biotech industries

Hot Discussions