Please help to choose the right MBA!


willian123
Dear everyone,I am a Chinese with 4 years working experience plus 3 years managerial experience in recruiting and consulting.I have been offered places of full-time MBA programme for 2013 entry below.Can you help me to make a choice between these business schools? I want to work at UK or EU after completed my MBA.My budget can spend only 20K-25k GBP tution fees.

Henley MBA 25000 pounds (Triple crown Accreditation)

Bath MBA 28000 pounds (can secure 6000 pounds scholarships) (AMBA EQUIS)

Bradford MBA 19950 pounds (Triple crown Accreditation)

Grenoble MBA(France)2 years English programme (12 months on campus, followed by 12 months project phase) 21000 pounds (Triple crown Accreditation)

Aarhus MBA(Denmark)1 year 16000 pounds (EQUIS)

I would appreciate it very much if you could reply me very soon.
Dear everyone,I am a Chinese with 4 years working experience plus 3 years managerial experience in recruiting and consulting.I have been offered places of full-time MBA programme for 2013 entry below.Can you help me to make a choice between these business schools? I want to work at UK or EU after completed my MBA.My budget can spend only 20K-25k GBP tution fees.

Henley MBA 25000 pounds (Triple crown Accreditation)

Bath MBA 28000 pounds (can secure 6000 pounds scholarships) (AMBA EQUIS)

Bradford MBA 19950 pounds (Triple crown Accreditation)

Grenoble MBA(France)2 years English programme (12 months on campus, followed by 12 months project phase) 21000 pounds (Triple crown Accreditation)

Aarhus MBA(Denmark)1 year 16000 pounds (EQUIS)

I would appreciate it very much if you could reply me very soon.
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Duncan
Study in the UK. Bradford and Henley are stronger than Bath. I think Henley may be more diverse. Bradford looks very good value.
Study in the UK. Bradford and Henley are stronger than Bath. I think Henley may be more diverse. Bradford looks very good value.
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willian123
Study in the UK. Bradford and Henley are stronger than Bath. I think Henley may be more diverse. Bradford looks very good value.


Thank you Duncan!very valuable information, Do you mean only choose MBA in the UK,not France or Scandinavia?

If so,It seems like Bath MBA ranked so high by The Economist 2012.how do you think this?

Few more things,I can't speak French,How do you consider the Grenoble MBA in France.it is a two years programme,
12 months on campus, followed by 12 months project phase,I have asked them if all students can secure the internship,they told me that the internship in year 2 is optional - the project can be purely theoretical if desired but their careers office has numerous offers of internships to offer students.

Is it worth to study MBA at Scandinavia like Aarhus?

Thank you very much!
<blockquote>Study in the UK. Bradford and Henley are stronger than Bath. I think Henley may be more diverse. Bradford looks very good value. </blockquote>

Thank you Duncan&#65281;very valuable information, Do you mean only choose MBA in the UK,not France or Scandinavia?

If so,It seems like Bath MBA ranked so high by The Economist 2012.how do you think this?

Few more things,I can't speak French,How do you consider the Grenoble MBA in France.it is a two years programme,
12 months on campus, followed by 12 months project phase,I have asked them if all students can secure the internship,they told me that the internship in year 2 is optional - the project can be purely theoretical if desired but their careers office has numerous offers of internships to offer students.

Is it worth to study MBA at Scandinavia like Aarhus?

Thank you very much!
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ezra
Do you mean only choose MBA in the UK,not France or Scandinavia?

My take on this is to study where you want to work. Keep in mind that the UK has recently become more strict with giving out post-study work visas, so you'll essentially have to have a job offer by the time you graduate in order to stay and work.

In terms of the Scandinavian programs, I'd only consider Aarhus, as it's AACSB-accredited. Denmark has a pretty open visa system as well, so this could be an option for you.

t seems like Bath MBA ranked so high by The Economist 2012.

The Economist's methodologies are quite opaque, so I never really put much stock in this ranking. Better to use the FT Global Rankings as a benchmark - Bath and Henley aren't ranked this year, and Bradford squeezed in at spot 95.
<blockquote>Do you mean only choose MBA in the UK,not France or Scandinavia?</blockquote>
My take on this is to study where you want to work. Keep in mind that the UK has recently become more strict with giving out post-study work visas, so you'll essentially have to have a job offer by the time you graduate in order to stay and work.

In terms of the Scandinavian programs, I'd only consider Aarhus, as it's AACSB-accredited. Denmark has a pretty open visa system as well, so this could be an option for you.

<blockquote>t seems like Bath MBA ranked so high by The Economist 2012.</blockquote>
The Economist's methodologies are quite opaque, so I never really put much stock in this ranking. Better to use the FT Global Rankings as a benchmark - Bath and Henley aren't ranked this year, and Bradford squeezed in at spot 95.
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willian123
Do you mean only choose MBA in the UK,not France or Scandinavia?

My take on this is to study where you want to work. Keep in mind that the UK has recently become more strict with giving out post-study work visas, so you'll essentially have to have a job offer by the time you graduate in order to stay and work.

In terms of the Scandinavian programs, I'd only consider Aarhus, as it's AACSB-accredited. Denmark has a pretty open visa system as well, so this could be an option for you.

t seems like Bath MBA ranked so high by The Economist 2012.

The Economist's methodologies are quite opaque, so I never really put much stock in this ranking. Better to use the FT Global Rankings as a benchmark - Bath and Henley aren't ranked this year, and Bradford squeezed in at spot 95.


Thank you! ezra, Sounds quite reasonable.one more thing, how do you think the Grenoble MBA in France?
<blockquote><blockquote>Do you mean only choose MBA in the UK,not France or Scandinavia?</blockquote>
My take on this is to study where you want to work. Keep in mind that the UK has recently become more strict with giving out post-study work visas, so you'll essentially have to have a job offer by the time you graduate in order to stay and work.

In terms of the Scandinavian programs, I'd only consider Aarhus, as it's AACSB-accredited. Denmark has a pretty open visa system as well, so this could be an option for you.

<blockquote>t seems like Bath MBA ranked so high by The Economist 2012.</blockquote>
The Economist's methodologies are quite opaque, so I never really put much stock in this ranking. Better to use the FT Global Rankings as a benchmark - Bath and Henley aren't ranked this year, and Bradford squeezed in at spot 95.</blockquote>

Thank you&#65281; ezra, Sounds quite reasonable.one more thing, how do you think the Grenoble MBA in France?
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ralph
how do you think the Grenoble MBA in France?

If you don't speak French, it will be fairly difficult to find a career in France after graduation. Are you planning on learning the language?
<blockquote>how do you think the Grenoble MBA in France?</blockquote>
If you don't speak French, it will be fairly difficult to find a career in France after graduation. Are you planning on learning the language?
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willian123
how do you think the Grenoble MBA in France?

If you don't speak French, it will be fairly difficult to find a career in France after graduation. Are you planning on learning the language?


Thank you,ralph .I can?t speak France,So I have decided
not to study MBA at France.

How do you think Scandinavia MBA like Aarhus?
<blockquote><blockquote>how do you think the Grenoble MBA in France?</blockquote>
If you don't speak French, it will be fairly difficult to find a career in France after graduation. Are you planning on learning the language?</blockquote>

Thank you,ralph .I can?t speak France&#65292;So I have decided
not to study MBA at France.

How do you think Scandinavia MBA like Aarhus?
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