Multi-country-exposure MBA?


BigD

I have just been reading about the Euro*MBA which has 6 modules held in different countries at the university members of the consortium coupled with Distance Learning components.

This seems like a great idea though I am less interested in Europe, more in exposure to the BRIC countries or even US or Aus. Can anyone suggest similar courses from universities or consortia, of which at least one member has a high UK brand recognition?

Many thanks
BigD

I have just been reading about the Euro*MBA which has 6 modules held in different countries at the university members of the consortium coupled with Distance Learning components.

This seems like a great idea though I am less interested in Europe, more in exposure to the BRIC countries or even US or Aus. Can anyone suggest similar courses from universities or consortia, of which at least one member has a high UK brand recognition?

Many thanks
BigD
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Duncan

Trium and EMBA-Global are the programmes most like that. Then there's IMM, Omnium and OneMBA.

Trium and EMBA-Global are the programmes most like that. Then there's IMM, Omnium and OneMBA.
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BigD

Thanks for these, I have taken a look. The Trium is eyewateringly expensive, the OneMBA sounds a bit off the wall, and IMM is a great idea, but I am not brave enough to risk the investment on a non-conventional qualification approach (even though the idea makes sense for experienced managers)

The Omnium course looks great (as far as it can for 55kGBP) and if I needed rather than wanted an MBA and resisted the strong Oxbridge temptation I would probably go for the Omnium Brazil,China,India,Canada, Schweiz multilocation course..

Does anyone have any experience of any of these courses ?

BigD


Trium and EMBA-Global are the programmes most like that. Then there's IMM, Omnium and OneMBA.

Thanks for these, I have taken a look. The Trium is eyewateringly expensive, the OneMBA sounds a bit off the wall, and IMM is a great idea, but I am not brave enough to risk the investment on a non-conventional qualification approach (even though the idea makes sense for experienced managers)

The Omnium course looks great (as far as it can for 55kGBP) and if I needed rather than wanted an MBA and resisted the strong Oxbridge temptation I would probably go for the Omnium Brazil,China,India,Canada, Schweiz multilocation course..

Does anyone have any experience of any of these courses ?

BigD



<blockquote>Trium and EMBA-Global are the programmes most like that. Then there's IMM, Omnium and OneMBA.</blockquote>
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Duncan

Search the discussion board from comments by people on those programmes. US students are especially vocal, so there's a lot about OneMBA.

Search the discussion board from comments by people on those programmes. US students are especially vocal, so there's a lot about OneMBA.
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ezra

Does anyone have any experience of any of these courses ?

I'm sure the OneMBA people will weigh in here soon. I guess it depends on your career goals. Check with the Omnium career services people to get a sense of graduates' career arcs. These types of programs can vary in this area - depending on if you have access to participant schools career services and alumni networks.

An interesting fact about these global programs is that they don't necessarily provide great international mobility. Only about 1 in 4 OneMBA grads move to a new country - Trium is a bit better with about 1 in 2.

<blockquote>Does anyone have any experience of any of these courses ?</blockquote>
I'm sure the OneMBA people will weigh in here soon. I guess it depends on your career goals. Check with the Omnium career services people to get a sense of graduates' career arcs. These types of programs can vary in this area - depending on if you have access to participant schools career services and alumni networks.

An interesting fact about these global programs is that they don't necessarily provide great international mobility. Only about 1 in 4 OneMBA grads move to a new country - Trium is a bit better with about 1 in 2.
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