MSc from ESCP Paris or ESADE Spain or CASS


ssoni

Hi All,

I scored a 660 on GMAT and have 18 years of work experience.
I applied for MSc in Management in CASS and have already got an offer letter. I also applied to ESADE Spain + CEMS and received an offer from there too. Next week I shall get a reply from HEC Paris and ESCP Paris too.

But the problem is, I need to pay a retention free for ESADE tomorrow. Kindly help, which school should I pick.

I need your advice.
URGENT.

Thanking you,
SSoni

Hi All,

I scored a 660 on GMAT and have 18 years of work experience.
I applied for MSc in Management in CASS and have already got an offer letter. I also applied to ESADE Spain + CEMS and received an offer from there too. Next week I shall get a reply from HEC Paris and ESCP Paris too.

But the problem is, I need to pay a retention free for ESADE tomorrow. Kindly help, which school should I pick.

I need your advice.
URGENT.

Thanking you,
SSoni

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Duncan

What are your goals? Why these schools? What languages do you speak, and how well?

What are your goals? Why these schools? What languages do you speak, and how well?
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Duncan

Other things being equal, pick the school where you best speak the local language. Take a look at Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

Other things being equal, pick the school where you best speak the local language. Take a look at Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713
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ssoni

Hi Duncan. Appreciate your reply.

I wanted a masters degree in international management/management from an established business school. I shortlisted these schools after a lot of research, based on how the program is structured, the exposure and the return on investment.
LSE was also on my list, but I got a rejection letter from there.
I am from India and can speak English.
I have 4 months in hand and can start learning Spanish or French and hopefully get to a level, that can help me converse.
Al the courses will be taught in English, so I figured a little knowledge will suffice.

Kindly give your views and help me shortlist the colleges. I shall be very grateful to you.

Hi Duncan. Appreciate your reply.

I wanted a masters degree in international management/management from an established business school. I shortlisted these schools after a lot of research, based on how the program is structured, the exposure and the return on investment.
LSE was also on my list, but I got a rejection letter from there.
I am from India and can speak English.
I have 4 months in hand and can start learning Spanish or French and hopefully get to a level, that can help me converse.
Al the courses will be taught in English, so I figured a little knowledge will suffice.

Kindly give your views and help me shortlist the colleges. I shall be very grateful to you.
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Duncan

If you don't speak French or Spanish, then focus on the schools in England. You can't get a managerial job with tourist-level language skills.

If you don't speak French or Spanish, then focus on the schools in England. You can't get a managerial job with tourist-level language skills.
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ssoni

I plan to go to London after I finish my degree for jobs or come back to India.

If the course and the international exposure is the only criteria, which school tops in the list?

I plan to go to London after I finish my degree for jobs or come back to India.

If the course and the international exposure is the only criteria, which school tops in the list?
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Duncan

I don't see how these can be criteria: that reduces it to tourism. Of course a two year CEMS programme will be a wonderful experience, but if you want to work in London then Cass is the obvious choice (unless you do your CEMS year at the LSE).

I don't see how these can be criteria: that reduces it to tourism. Of course a two year CEMS programme will be a wonderful experience, but if you want to work in London then Cass is the obvious choice (unless you do your CEMS year at the LSE).
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