MBA or EMBA


Hello there.
I'm confused between the MBA and the EMBA
I'm 32 years old with more than 9 years work experience in my shop, I work in apparel industry I import goods from China and Turkey and sell them through my shop in retail and wholesale, 2 years ago I rejoin the university and got BBA degree in management, but now business dramatically went down so I'm searching for a job but unfortunately BA isn't enough to get a decent job so now I'm considering to study MBA or EMBA, my two choices are:
A very reputable university opening a new EMBA program.
or
An ordinary university with MBA program
which one can boost my CV more and make it more easier to find a good job matching my experience ,
btw I'm investing all my money in this
Hello there.
I'm confused between the MBA and the EMBA
I'm 32 years old with more than 9 years work experience in my shop, I work in apparel industry I import goods from China and Turkey and sell them through my shop in retail and wholesale, 2 years ago I rejoin the university and got BBA degree in management, but now business dramatically went down so I'm searching for a job but unfortunately BA isn't enough to get a decent job so now I'm considering to study MBA or EMBA, my two choices are:
A very reputable university opening a new EMBA program.
or
An ordinary university with MBA program
which one can boost my CV more and make it more easier to find a good job matching my experience ,
btw I'm investing all my money in this
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Jazz
According to me you should go for EMBA.

MBA Programs and Executive MBA Programs sometimes have a similar curriculum, but the class format and admission requirements vary.

Typically, the applicants to an Executive MBA Program must have a minimum of five years professional work experience. Executive MBA Programs are designed to meet the needs of upper level managers. Candidates are often evaluated based on what they will bring to the program. In most cases, taking the GMAT is not required.

MBA Program applicants are not required to have professional work experience, but they must take the GMAT. An MBA degree is essentially a general management degree.

Class format also differs between the two programs. In an MBA Program, students usually choose the classes they will take each quarter. In an Executive MBA program, students often complete classes in a step-lock method, attending courses with the same classmates for the duration of the program.

You can also visit the link for more details
http://www.wharton.upenn.edu/mbaexecutive/admissions/compare-wharton-programs.cfm
According to me you should go for EMBA.

MBA Programs and Executive MBA Programs sometimes have a similar curriculum, but the class format and admission requirements vary.

Typically, the applicants to an Executive MBA Program must have a minimum of five years professional work experience. Executive MBA Programs are designed to meet the needs of upper level managers. Candidates are often evaluated based on what they will bring to the program. In most cases, taking the GMAT is not required.

MBA Program applicants are not required to have professional work experience, but they must take the GMAT. An MBA degree is essentially a general management degree.

Class format also differs between the two programs. In an MBA Program, students usually choose the classes they will take each quarter. In an Executive MBA program, students often complete classes in a step-lock method, attending courses with the same classmates for the duration of the program.

You can also visit the link for more details
http://www.wharton.upenn.edu/mbaexecutive/admissions/compare-wharton-programs.cfm
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xlz
I also suggest that you should go for EMBA. There is another choice you may want to have a look. EMBA at Villanova School of Business also gives you a great opportunity to help you. Once you become the member of the Villanova University Executive MBA Alumni Association, you?ll enjoy many benefits including:

Continuous executive education
Knowledge sharing among alumni association and faculty members
Business networking opportunities
An ongoing connection with the Villanova University community
I am sure these will definitely boost your CV.

Hello there.
I'm confused between the MBA and the EMBA
I'm 32 years old with more than 9 years work experience in my shop, I work in apparel industry I import goods from China and Turkey and sell them through my shop in retail and wholesale, 2 years ago I rejoin the university and got BBA degree in management, but now business dramatically went down so I'm searching for a job but unfortunately BA isn't enough to get a decent job so now I'm considering to study MBA or EMBA, my two choices are:
A very reputable university opening a new EMBA program.
or
An ordinary university with MBA program
which one can boost my CV more and make it more easier to find a good job matching my experience ,
btw I'm investing all my money in this
I also suggest that you should go for EMBA. There is another choice you may want to have a look. EMBA at Villanova School of Business also gives you a great opportunity to help you. Once you become the member of the Villanova University Executive MBA Alumni Association, you?ll enjoy many benefits including:

Continuous executive education
Knowledge sharing among alumni association and faculty members
Business networking opportunities
An ongoing connection with the Villanova University community
I am sure these will definitely boost your CV.

<blockquote>Hello there.
I'm confused between the MBA and the EMBA
I'm 32 years old with more than 9 years work experience in my shop, I work in apparel industry I import goods from China and Turkey and sell them through my shop in retail and wholesale, 2 years ago I rejoin the university and got BBA degree in management, but now business dramatically went down so I'm searching for a job but unfortunately BA isn't enough to get a decent job so now I'm considering to study MBA or EMBA, my two choices are:
A very reputable university opening a new EMBA program.
or
An ordinary university with MBA program
which one can boost my CV more and make it more easier to find a good job matching my experience ,
btw I'm investing all my money in this
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