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Andy_B

I want to improve my carrea on Scandinavian market.
I speak local languages ( Swedish-Danish-Norwegian - they tolerate if you speak one of them ).
Should I go for MBA at local scool ( Stockholm School of Economics, Copenhagen Business School, BI School, NHH ) or would it be better to get MBA from WHU, Mannheim, Frankfurt, WU ( Vienna ), Politecnico di Milano?
Or maybe, executive master from LSE or MBA from Kingston?

I think, recognition on local market is higher then quality of education. Thats why big city name like London, Frankfurt, Milan or Vienna might be usefull.

1) Would best German business school be as recognisable as local on Scandinavian market?
2) Would it be usefull to get executive master from LSE ( it has very recognizable name in Europe )?
3) Can Kingston MBA compeet with local because of "London" in name?
4) Other British schools like Henley, Cranfield, Imperial might be less recognizable despite of high quality. What do you think?

I want to improve my carrea on Scandinavian market.
I speak local languages ( Swedish-Danish-Norwegian - they tolerate if you speak one of them ).
Should I go for MBA at local scool ( Stockholm School of Economics, Copenhagen Business School, BI School, NHH ) or would it be better to get MBA from WHU, Mannheim, Frankfurt, WU ( Vienna ), Politecnico di Milano?
Or maybe, executive master from LSE or MBA from Kingston?

I think, recognition on local market is higher then quality of education. Thats why big city name like London, Frankfurt, Milan or Vienna might be usefull.

1) Would best German business school be as recognisable as local on Scandinavian market?
2) Would it be usefull to get executive master from LSE ( it has very recognizable name in Europe )?
3) Can Kingston MBA compeet with local because of "London" in name?
4) Other British schools like Henley, Cranfield, Imperial might be less recognizable despite of high quality. What do you think?
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Duncan

Exclude Kingston. Study where you want to work. Henley has a powerful Nordic network.

Exclude Kingston. Study where you want to work. Henley has a powerful Nordic network.
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Andy_B

Exclude Kingston. Study where you want to work. Henley has a powerful Nordic network.

I used your advice to check Linkedin, it looks like local Scandinavian schools are on top.
Cost:
1) Scandinavian ( CBS, SSE, BI, NHH ) fees are about 40-45 k pounds. This is equal to 44k for CASS. Do you think, there might be anything better for Scandinavian market for 40-45 k?
for instance,
Oxford MSc in Major program management for 42 k
LSE - Executive masters ( 32 k )
Imperial Global MBA ( 36 k )
Cambridge executive master for 32 k

[quote]Exclude Kingston. Study where you want to work. Henley has a powerful Nordic network. [/quote]
I used your advice to check Linkedin, it looks like local Scandinavian schools are on top.
Cost:
1) Scandinavian ( CBS, SSE, BI, NHH ) fees are about 40-45 k pounds. This is equal to 44k for CASS. Do you think, there might be anything better for Scandinavian market for 40-45 k?
for instance,
Oxford MSc in Major program management for 42 k
LSE - Executive masters ( 32 k )
Imperial Global MBA ( 36 k )
Cambridge executive master for 32 k
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Duncan

No, with the local MBA you get a better network.

No, with the local MBA you get a better network.
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