Neoma EMBA


Viviana

Dear All, I would like to know more about the Neoma EMBA program. I live in Eastern Europe and I would like to find a job later either in France or in Switzerland. I am already in a leadership role and have several years of work experience. Does anyone have any experience with this program, would you recommend it? Thanks

Dear All, I would like to know more about the Neoma EMBA program. I live in Eastern Europe and I would like to find a job later either in France or in Switzerland. I am already in a leadership role and have several years of work experience. Does anyone have any experience with this program, would you recommend it? Thanks
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Duncan

I think the FT ranking and tuition fees are a good proxy for an EMBA programme. I have a friend who taught at NEOMA, and that's a solid, competent school that has an interesting eye on entrepreneurship in global markets (especially emerging markets) in several programmes including the EMBA. The Rouen campus is an important centre of gravity for the school, and it is a major brand in Normandy and the Champagne region.

The FT ranks it as a fourth-tier EMBA. Affordability could be a concern for you, if you are looking at a modestly-priced school like Neoma (€37k). EMLyon (€45k), HEC Lausanne (€40k) and EDHEC (€41) are worth looking at as tier three schools which are higher quality, will have more brand equity in France and French-speaking Switzerland, and are similar in cost. 

In terms of long-term value, the added investment in a higher quality school like ESSEC-Mannheim, at €52k, would be a good invetsment.  

I think the FT ranking and tuition fees are a good proxy for an EMBA programme. I have a friend who taught at NEOMA, and that's a solid, competent school that has an interesting eye on entrepreneurship in global markets (especially emerging markets) in several programmes including the EMBA. The Rouen campus is an important centre of gravity for the school, and it is a major brand in Normandy and the Champagne region.<br><br>The FT ranks it as a fourth-tier EMBA. Affordability could be a concern for you, if you are looking at a modestly-priced school like Neoma (€37k). EMLyon (€45k), HEC Lausanne (€40k) and EDHEC (€41) are worth looking at as tier three schools which are higher quality, will have more brand equity in France and French-speaking Switzerland, and are similar in cost.&nbsp;<br><br>In terms of long-term value, the added investment in a higher quality school like ESSEC-Mannheim, at €52k, would be a good invetsment.&nbsp;&nbsp;
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