FT-EMBA Henley or Ft-MBA ASton


vanita

Hello!Greetings. Looking ta the best MBA Schools at UK , and going by the triple accreditations as choice .
Given a choice between Executive MBA Henley and Aston FT MBA which is the better choice.
Is it comparable at all, the Executive MBA and Ft-MBA are they on similar lines and if they are how and if not how
Which is better :course wise and career option and their rating and ranking and reputation at UK and world market.
Also Henley Accelerated FT executive MBA is more expensive in comparison to FT-MBA of Aston
Which is a better choice

Hello!Greetings. Looking ta the best MBA Schools at UK , and going by the triple accreditations as choice .
Given a choice between Executive MBA Henley and Aston FT MBA which is the better choice.
Is it comparable at all, the Executive MBA and Ft-MBA are they on similar lines and if they are how and if not how
Which is better :course wise and career option and their rating and ranking and reputation at UK and world market.
Also Henley Accelerated FT executive MBA is more expensive in comparison to FT-MBA of Aston
Which is a better choice
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Duncan

There are totally different experiences. First decide whether or not you want to study full-time, then find the program that suits you.

There are totally different experiences. First decide whether or not you want to study full-time, then find the program that suits you.
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ralph

These programs are not really comparable. Average work experience of cohorts in the Aston program is around 5-6 years - in the Henley EMBA it's more like 10 years.

If you give us more info, including your work experience background and what you want to get out of an MBA, then perhaps we could help more.

These programs are not really comparable. Average work experience of cohorts in the Aston program is around 5-6 years - in the Henley EMBA it's more like 10 years.

If you give us more info, including your work experience background and what you want to get out of an MBA, then perhaps we could help more.
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vanita

Thank you Ralph and Duncan for the info .
Basically I am looking at doing a FT-MBA only and not any other ,not even flexible or distance learning.I have done my Engineering;and have done my PGDIM which will eventually fetch me a MBA by distance learning .I'm working in IT for the Telecommunications Organisation and have an experience of 15 years.
I am a Sub Divisional Engineer ;which is Technical and Managerial and have all these years of experience.
I was almost through into the FT-MBA for the October intake , but circumstantially could not make it , if not I would have been through one month of study already.
Even as one year would be too long now , I found the FT -MBA accelerated offered by Henley very close.But was not sure if both are on similar lines or whether the line of demarcation is only the numebr of years of experience and the cohort.
Which of the 2 stands at an advantage ,.for someone looking at course content , the road map and career opportunities.
I would like to have inputs on this please
thank you

Thank you Ralph and Duncan for the info .
Basically I am looking at doing a FT-MBA only and not any other ,not even flexible or distance learning.I have done my Engineering;and have done my PGDIM which will eventually fetch me a MBA by distance learning .I'm working in IT for the Telecommunications Organisation and have an experience of 15 years.
I am a Sub Divisional Engineer ;which is Technical and Managerial and have all these years of experience.
I was almost through into the FT-MBA for the October intake , but circumstantially could not make it , if not I would have been through one month of study already.
Even as one year would be too long now , I found the FT -MBA accelerated offered by Henley very close.But was not sure if both are on similar lines or whether the line of demarcation is only the numebr of years of experience and the cohort.
Which of the 2 stands at an advantage ,.for someone looking at course content , the road map and career opportunities.
I would like to have inputs on this please
thank you
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Duncan

What are your career goals? Your work experience makes you a better fit for the accelerated Henley EMBA. I'd also suggest you look at Ashridge, the Sloan Fellowship at LBS and the Nanyang Fellows programme.

What are your career goals? Your work experience makes you a better fit for the accelerated Henley EMBA. I'd also suggest you look at Ashridge, the Sloan Fellowship at LBS and the Nanyang Fellows programme.
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Inactive User

But was not sure if both are on similar lines or whether the line of demarcation is only the numebr of years of experience and the cohort.

Generally, EMBA programs are designed for those who want to grow in their current company or career path, while full-time MBA programs are for people who want to make shifts in terms of industries or functional areas.

Full-time MBA programs draw cohorts with less work experience because those people are more likely to want to make more dramatic shifts (in general.)

<blockquote>But was not sure if both are on similar lines or whether the line of demarcation is only the numebr of years of experience and the cohort.</blockquote>
Generally, EMBA programs are designed for those who want to grow in their current company or career path, while full-time MBA programs are for people who want to make shifts in terms of industries or functional areas.

Full-time MBA programs draw cohorts with less work experience because those people are more likely to want to make more dramatic shifts (in general.)
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vanita

I am looking forward ,to a shift in career,, in the organisation in any Globally competitive organisation and in moving upward in terms of my position and growth.
I am interested in a FT MBA , because I plan to dedicate thsi one year fully in doing really well in the MBA , for which I am not even looking at a part time job while studying , which would only be a digression from what I want to focus on.For the reasons mentioned above.

I am looking forward ,to a shift in career,, in the organisation in any Globally competitive organisation and in moving upward in terms of my position and growth.
I am interested in a FT MBA , because I plan to dedicate thsi one year fully in doing really well in the MBA , for which I am not even looking at a part time job while studying , which would only be a digression from what I want to focus on.For the reasons mentioned above.
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Duncan

If you want to change career, sector or country then take an MBA, not an EMBA.

If you want to change career, sector or country then take an MBA, not an EMBA.
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