MBA for doctors


docdoc

Hi,

I would like some suggestions for specialist MBAs - health care (not very expensive). I am a doctor working in the UK. So far, I have explored the following:

1. Sunderland
2. Birmingham
3. North Wales

Thank you

Hi,

I would like some suggestions for specialist MBAs - health care (not very expensive). I am a doctor working in the UK. So far, I have explored the following:

1. Sunderland
2. Birmingham
3. North Wales

Thank you
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Duncan

This is almost certainly a suboptimal choice for any specific goal. What are your specific objectives? 

This is almost certainly a suboptimal choice for any specific goal. What are your specific objectives? 
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Duncan

Try https://find-mba.com/board/general-forum/specialisations-dont-often-matter-42969 

[Edited by Duncan on Apr 01, 2022]

Try https://find-mba.com/board/general-forum/specialisations-dont-often-matter-42969 
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docdoc

This is almost certainly a suboptimal choice for any specific goal. What are your specific objectives? 


Thanks Duncan.



Aspiring to become Medical Director in the NHS within the next 3-4 years. (Longer term - would like to move Eastwards)

I note your thread regarding specialist MBA. What do you suggest for a person like me? Generic MBA? or some other University offering specialist MBA




[Edited by docdoc on Apr 01, 2022]

[quote]This is almost certainly a suboptimal choice for any specific goal. What are your specific objectives?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Thanks Duncan.<br><br><br><br>Aspiring to become Medical Director in the NHS within the next 3-4 years. (Longer term - would like to move Eastwards)<br><br>I note your thread regarding specialist MBA. What do you suggest for a person like me? Generic MBA? or some other University offering specialist MBA<br><br><br><br><br>
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Duncan

Take a look at my post about using LinkedIn. I think most NHS medical directors don't have MBAs: qualifications from the CMI and RCSI are common, as is the Senior Leader Apprenticeship. If your budget is limited, start with a SLA since that's more or less free. 

If you can increase your investment Warwick and Imperial seem to be popular among those who do have MBAs. Certainly, look at the NHS's partners for its MBA and Leadership Academy over the last 20 years: primarily the OUBS, Manchester, and Warwick but I recall also there are other schools - Birmingham, Cranfield, Nottingham... probably others.

If you cannot move the budget, I would focus on the SLA pathways at the OUBS, Manchester and maybe Cranfield.

PS By move Eastwards, I guess you mean to Asia rather than to Norfolk. Focus on the best school for your next step.  

[Edited by Duncan on Apr 01, 2022]

Take a look at my post about using LinkedIn. I think most NHS medical directors don't have MBAs: qualifications from the CMI and RCSI are common, as is the Senior Leader Apprenticeship. If your budget is limited, start with a SLA since that's more or less free.&nbsp;<br><br>If you can increase your investment Warwick and Imperial seem to be popular among those who do have MBAs. Certainly, look at the NHS's partners for its MBA and Leadership Academy over the last 20 years: primarily the OUBS, Manchester, and Warwick but I recall also there are other schools - Birmingham, Cranfield, Nottingham... probably others.<br><br>If you cannot move the budget, I would focus on the SLA pathways at the OUBS, Manchester and maybe Cranfield.<br><br>PS By move Eastwards, I guess you mean to Asia rather than to Norfolk. Focus on the best school for your next step.&nbsp;&nbsp;
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docdoc

Take a look at my post about using LinkedIn. I think most NHS medical directors don't have MBAs: qualifications from the CMI and RCSI are common, as is the Senior Leader Apprenticeship. If your budget is limited, start with a SLA since that's more or less free. 

If you can increase your investment Warwick and Imperial seem to be popular among those who do have MBAs. Certainly, look at the NHS's partners for its MBA and Leadership Academy over the last 20 years: primarily the OUBS, Manchester, and Warwick but I recall also there are other schools - Birmingham, Cranfield, Nottingham... probably others.

If you cannot move the budget, I would focus on the SLA pathways at the OUBS, Manchester and maybe Cranfield.

PS By move Eastwards, I guess you mean to Asia rather than to Norfolk. Focus on the best school for your next step.  



Thanks Duncan, really appreciate it.

[quote]Take a look at my post about using LinkedIn. I think most NHS medical directors don't have MBAs: qualifications from the CMI and RCSI are common, as is the Senior Leader Apprenticeship. If your budget is limited, start with a SLA since that's more or less free.&nbsp;<br><br>If you can increase your investment Warwick and Imperial seem to be popular among those who do have MBAs. Certainly, look at the NHS's partners for its MBA and Leadership Academy over the last 20 years: primarily the OUBS, Manchester, and Warwick but I recall also there are other schools - Birmingham, Cranfield, Nottingham... probably others.<br><br>If you cannot move the budget, I would focus on the SLA pathways at the OUBS, Manchester and maybe Cranfield.<br><br>PS By move Eastwards, I guess you mean to Asia rather than to Norfolk. Focus on the best school for your next step.&nbsp;&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br><br>Thanks Duncan, really appreciate it.<br><br>
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