MBA in Automotive management


prabhu23
Hi ,I am a Mechatronics Engineer with 2.5 years experience in Automotives Engine testing field. Now i would like to do my MBA in Automotive management. Kindly suggest me universities and fees structure. Thank you
Hi ,I am a Mechatronics Engineer with 2.5 years experience in Automotives Engine testing field. Now i would like to do my MBA in Automotive management. Kindly suggest me universities and fees structure. Thank you
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Duncan
Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/boardsearch/q/automotive and visit the websites of schools to see their up-to-date fees, which change from year to year.
Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/boardsearch/q/automotive and visit the websites of schools to see their up-to-date fees, which change from year to year.
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Razors Edg...
Beyond a few programs, such as the MBA in automotive management at Germany's EBS, there aren't many with this specialization, especially in the US.

So typically, a good approach is to do the best MBA program you can get into. Many candidates who want to go into this field choose their school by location, and look at schools that are close to automotive plants or manufacturing hubs - schools like Michigan Ross, MIT Sloan, Purdue Krannert, etc. tend to be good in this regard.

Your background is a good start, but my guess is that you're going to need another year or two of work experience to be competitive at these MBA programs. One thing to keep in mind is that, depending on what roles you want to go into, auto companies love to see backgrounds in engineering, or some exposure to operations or supply chain management.
Beyond a few programs, such as the MBA in automotive management at Germany's EBS, there aren't many with this specialization, especially in the US.

So typically, a good approach is to do the best MBA program you can get into. Many candidates who want to go into this field choose their school by location, and look at schools that are close to automotive plants or manufacturing hubs - schools like Michigan Ross, MIT Sloan, Purdue Krannert, etc. tend to be good in this regard.

Your background is a good start, but my guess is that you're going to need another year or two of work experience to be competitive at these MBA programs. One thing to keep in mind is that, depending on what roles you want to go into, auto companies love to see backgrounds in engineering, or some exposure to operations or supply chain management.
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