MBA UK OR USA?


AP114

Hi!
I want to do a one-year MBA by I don’t know wich would be the best option for me. I’m a Latin American lawyer who wants to do a swicht in his career to finance/consulting or running his own business. I’m also interested in Technology.
I’m inclined to do my MBA in the UK but I’m not sure if it will be a good choice for me. I read that USA is the best country for doing an MBA.

Which uni would you recomend for me? What about the networking opportunities in each one? What about USA and UK perspectives for MBA graduates?

My options are:

USA
- Duke / Fuqua
- Northwestern / Kellogg
- Cornell

UK
- Oxford / Said
- Cambridge / Judge

Thank you very much!

Hi!
I want to do a one-year MBA by I don’t know wich would be the best option for me. I’m a Latin American lawyer who wants to do a swicht in his career to finance/consulting or running his own business. I’m also interested in Technology.
I’m inclined to do my MBA in the UK but I’m not sure if it will be a good choice for me. I read that USA is the best country for doing an MBA.

Which uni would you recomend for me? What about the networking opportunities in each one? What about USA and UK perspectives for MBA graduates?

My options are:

USA
- Duke / Fuqua
- Northwestern / Kellogg
- Cornell

UK
- Oxford / Said
- Cambridge / Judge

Thank you very much!
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Duncan

If you want to stay in Latin America, Esade or IE could be a better choice. 

If you want to stay in Latin America, Esade or IE could be a better choice. 
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AP114

Thanks for your answer! Those aren’t univeristies that I would consider... I want to stay in USA or UK in the short term.

[Edited by AP114 on Sep 30, 2021]

Thanks for your answer! Those aren’t univeristies that I would consider... I want to stay in USA or UK in the short term.
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Duncan

If you are not a citizen of those countries already, then it's very hard to find work in the US. Canada, Singapore and Australia might be easier. See: 

Best MBAs for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143


If you are not a citizen of those countries already, then it's very hard to find work in the US. Canada, Singapore and Australia might be easier. See: 
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</div><div>Best MBAs for international students' placement&nbsp;http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143
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AP114

Great! Thank you for your answer! I guess that Oxford and Cambridge are similar schools... I can’t decide which one would be the best for me...

I’m also courious about those US universities. Which one would you say it’s the best for me? I know many latinamerican students who went to all of them.

And finally, I can’t realize if my UK’s options are better than the US schools that I selected.

Great! Thank you for your answer! I guess that Oxford and Cambridge are similar schools... I can’t decide which one would be the best for me...<br><br>I’m also courious about those US universities. Which one would you say it’s the best for me? I know many latinamerican students who went to all of them.<br><br>And finally, I can’t realize if my UK’s options are better than the US schools that I selected.
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Duncan

No US school is the best if your goal is to find long term work in another country. That's the obvious finding from the data used in the article.

No US school is the best if your goal is to find long term work in another country. That's the obvious finding from the data used in the article.
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AP114

Ok! I understood it. I’m just trying to reach some information about MBA programmes in advance given the fact that I won’t be applying next year...
My plans can change...
So, maybe you or another user can answer my questions about the US schools that I mentioned above.
Thanks

Ok! I understood it. I’m just trying to reach some information about MBA programmes in advance given the fact that I won’t be applying next year...<br>My plans can change...<br>So, maybe you or another user can answer my questions about the US schools that I mentioned above.<br>Thanks
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Duncan

If you read the thread under that post you will see a list of US schools with the highest placement for international students. 

If you read the thread under that post you will see a list of US schools with the highest placement for international students.&nbsp;
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