MBA without work experience in Europe


Hi all,
I've been struggling to find universities or business schools which offer a one year MBA course in Europe or Canada. Any suggestions for good unis or schools? Cheers!

Hi all,
I've been struggling to find universities or business schools which offer a one year MBA course in Europe or Canada. Any suggestions for good unis or schools? Cheers!
quote
Duncan

read:
Why freshers' MBAs are worse than MiM degrees from better schools http://www.find-mba.com/board/38133

Which MSc's are better than pre-experience 'Freshers' MBAs? www.find-mba.com/board/22783

Pre-experience masters in the USA www.find-mba.com/board/23411

read:
Why freshers' MBAs are worse than MiM degrees from better schools http://www.find-mba.com/board/38133

Which MSc's are better than pre-experience 'Freshers' MBAs? www.find-mba.com/board/22783

Pre-experience masters in the USA www.find-mba.com/board/23411
quote
ralph

By definition, MBA programs require you to have work experience. Master in Management programs, on the other hand, usually don't require work experience. If I were looking for a pre-experience MIM program, I would most certainly limit my options to the FT's Master of Management ranking. So as for programs in Canada, UBC Sauder has the only ranked one in the country, but in Europe you have so many options: HEC Paris, Esade, MSM, Neoma, Tias, etc, etc. etc.

By definition, MBA programs require you to have work experience. Master in Management programs, on the other hand, usually don't require work experience. If I were looking for a pre-experience MIM program, I would most certainly limit my options to the FT's Master of Management ranking. So as for programs in Canada, UBC Sauder has the only ranked one in the country, but in Europe you have so many options: HEC Paris, Esade, MSM, Neoma, Tias, etc, etc. etc.
quote
twillis9

Hi Ralph, I am also looking for a masters in management program in Europe, given that I have just finished my undergraduate degree and have no real work experience. Of the schools you mentioned, including HEC Paris, Esade, MSM, and the others, which is the best if I would like to work in Europe after graduation? I am open to other suggestions too. Thanks!

Hi Ralph, I am also looking for a masters in management program in Europe, given that I have just finished my undergraduate degree and have no real work experience. Of the schools you mentioned, including HEC Paris, Esade, MSM, and the others, which is the best if I would like to work in Europe after graduation? I am open to other suggestions too. Thanks!
quote
ralph

The Financial Times' MIM ranking can be sorted in terms of "international mobility," which gives a good indication of the success rates of students who transitioned countries.

St. Gallen is ranked the best in this regard. MSM is second and ESADE is third.

I would imagine that it also depends on language skills. Most of the schools ranked there are not in countries where English is the primary language. This could be an issue.

The Financial Times' MIM ranking can be sorted in terms of "international mobility," which gives a good indication of the success rates of students who transitioned countries.

St. Gallen is ranked the best in this regard. MSM is second and ESADE is third.

I would imagine that it also depends on language skills. Most of the schools ranked there are not in countries where English is the primary language. This could be an issue.
quote
twillis9

So I would have to speak German if I did the MIM at St. Gallen and wanted to work in Switzerland after I graduate? Is it possible to find work in England if I did the St. Gallen program?

So I would have to speak German if I did the MIM at St. Gallen and wanted to work in Switzerland after I graduate? Is it possible to find work in England if I did the St. Gallen program?
quote
Mamit

Well certainly the St Gallen program will offer you international mobility so you can work anywhere after completing your degree. As far as proficiency in German is concerned, yes they do expect that you have cleared A1 level of German so that you can communicate with the locals & acclimatize to the German environment.

Well certainly the St Gallen program will offer you international mobility so you can work anywhere after completing your degree. As far as proficiency in German is concerned, yes they do expect that you have cleared A1 level of German so that you can communicate with the locals & acclimatize to the German environment.
quote

Reply to Post

Related Business Schools

Full Profile
Jouy-en-Josas, France 91 Followers 357 Discussions
Barcelona, Spain 51 Followers 217 Discussions
Vancouver, Canada 58 Followers 92 Discussions
Maastricht, Netherlands 27 Followers 28 Discussions
Paris, France 2 Followers 22 Discussions

Other Related Content

Sep 14, 2020

QS to Hold MBA Application Events Online This Fall

News Sep 14, 2020