NUS vs Bocconi vs RSM


anara516

I got admitted to MBA of NUS, Bocconi and RSM. I am from Sweden, working for 6+ years in logistics. Unfortunately none of them has a concentration in Logistics/Supply Chain. They are mostly in US, where I do not want to go for several reasons. Speak neither Italian nor Dutch. Programs cost approximately same. Would prefer to stay in Europe (excluding Sweden) post-MBA, but Singapore works fine as well. It became complicated to stay and work in Singapore after recently adopted work regulations. So, I cannot decide which of them would be best decision for me in these circumstances. Please, be kind to advice something.

I got admitted to MBA of NUS, Bocconi and RSM. I am from Sweden, working for 6+ years in logistics. Unfortunately none of them has a concentration in Logistics/Supply Chain. They are mostly in US, where I do not want to go for several reasons. Speak neither Italian nor Dutch. Programs cost approximately same. Would prefer to stay in Europe (excluding Sweden) post-MBA, but Singapore works fine as well. It became complicated to stay and work in Singapore after recently adopted work regulations. So, I cannot decide which of them would be best decision for me in these circumstances. Please, be kind to advice something.
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Duncan

It's really not very complicated for NUS MBA alumni to find work, honestly. Why take an MBA if you want to stay in logistics? Wouldn't the ZLOG MSc give you a higher salary and a more focussed education?

It's really not very complicated for NUS MBA alumni to find work, honestly. Why take an MBA if you want to stay in logistics? Wouldn't the ZLOG MSc give you a higher salary and a more focussed education?
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anara516

Thank you, Duncan! I was thinking about ZLOG actually, but I predicted that my GMAT - 620 would be too low for the program with average score of 680. What do you think, would not be?

Thank you, Duncan! I was thinking about ZLOG actually, but I predicted that my GMAT - 620 would be too low for the program with average score of 680. What do you think, would not be?
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Duncan

It cannot be hard to boost your gmat.

It cannot be hard to boost your gmat.
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anara516

Duncan, why there are so few information around about ZLOG program? I could not find any worth info about it except official page. Is not it weird?

Duncan, why there are so few information around about ZLOG program? I could not find any worth info about it except official page. Is not it weird?
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Duncan

No, for a non-MBA programme I don't think that is surprising. Obviously there are thousands of web pages mentioning ZLOG. Use LinkedIn to see outcomes.

No, for a non-MBA programme I don't think that is surprising. Obviously there are thousands of web pages mentioning ZLOG. Use LinkedIn to see outcomes.
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