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I am a working professional at Tesco. I was looking for a career progression. I came across many Bschools for evaluating a programme, finally I zeroed on to a programme offered by a college. The programme comes in 2 stages and is very affordable. I am at the finishing stage of the programme and would like to know what next after MBA for career progression, so that I can plan early.

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I am a working professional at Tesco. I was looking for a career progression. I came across many Bschools for evaluating a programme, finally I zeroed on to a programme offered by a college. The programme comes in 2 stages and is very affordable. I am at the finishing stage of the programme and would like to know what next after MBA for career progression, so that I can plan early.

Thanks
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ZakMak

Well you can opt for Advanced Management Programme from various Bschool - Harvard Business School or Kelloggs. If fee is the issue, you can opt for programmes offered by LSIB.

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ZakMak

Well you can opt for Advanced Management Programme from various Bschool - Harvard Business School or Kelloggs. If fee is the issue, you can opt for programmes offered by LSIB.

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ZakMak
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badux

So, two internationally-reputed advanced management programs or one from a school with no credibility at all? I don't think a program would LSIB would be worth even the low fee, given its lack of international accreditation and poor reputation. There's a good middle range of AMPs, though, at schools like Duke, Georgetown, RSM, etc.

So, two internationally-reputed advanced management programs or one from a school with no credibility at all? I don't think a program would LSIB would be worth even the low fee, given its lack of international accreditation and poor reputation. There's a good middle range of AMPs, though, at schools like Duke, Georgetown, RSM, etc.
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Duncan

Your very affordable MBA is probably light on the soft skills, cross-cultural, leadership and group working elements of a prestigious MBA. AMPs are generally mini-MBAs, so I think there would be a lot of duplication there. Instead I think I'd suggest something like the Ashridge Leadership Process, Henley's MA in Leadership or the Warwick Graduate Diploma in Applied Management.

PS What is LSIB?

Your very affordable MBA is probably light on the soft skills, cross-cultural, leadership and group working elements of a prestigious MBA. AMPs are generally mini-MBAs, so I think there would be a lot of duplication there. Instead I think I'd suggest something like the Ashridge Leadership Process, Henley's MA in Leadership or the Warwick Graduate Diploma in Applied Management.

PS What is LSIB?
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