Trium MBA


Sid
Hi guys! Does anybody here have experience with the Trium MBA offered by Stern, LSE and HEC?
Sid
Hi guys! Does anybody here have experience with the Trium MBA offered by Stern, LSE and HEC?
Sid
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Roland
Well, all of the participating schools are doing quite well in the rankings, so it cannot be too bad..
Well, all of the participating schools are doing quite well in the rankings, so it cannot be too bad..
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pkward
Hi guys! Does anybody here have experience with the Trium MBA offered by Stern, LSE and HEC?
Sid


Yes, indeed, I just finished it. A couple of awesome things about it. First, it's REALLY global. You go all around the world and the program brings in great professors and speakers from each of the regions -- often world-class professors and/or practitioners, including CEOs and CFOs of the leading multinationals or financial first. Second, the curriculum is INCREDIBLY well-integrated, not just a series of independent modules on the usual MBA topics.

If you have questions, I can give you the names and email addresses of students so you can get a range of opinions. Obviously I've been thrilled with the program.

Paul
<blockquote>Hi guys! Does anybody here have experience with the Trium MBA offered by Stern, LSE and HEC?
Sid</blockquote>

Yes, indeed, I just finished it. A couple of awesome things about it. First, it's REALLY global. You go all around the world and the program brings in great professors and speakers from each of the regions -- often world-class professors and/or practitioners, including CEOs and CFOs of the leading multinationals or financial first. Second, the curriculum is INCREDIBLY well-integrated, not just a series of independent modules on the usual MBA topics.

If you have questions, I can give you the names and email addresses of students so you can get a range of opinions. Obviously I've been thrilled with the program.

Paul
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Entao
Sounds great How about the admission process, pretty competitive I presume right?
Sounds great How about the admission process, pretty competitive I presume right?
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Marsha
Does anyone know how many students are admitted to the Trium MBA?
Does anyone know how many students are admitted to the Trium MBA?
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chrisb
Typically, the classes are between 45 and 55 people. The general idea is to keep the class size small and highly interactive.

I'm part of the Class of 2007 and I have to say, I can't recommend this EMBA enough. It's really more than just a generic B-school education, it's a real look at the impact of business in the wider world.

Good luck - it's a competitive entrance process (another colleague commented that the participating schools are of a high quality - this is true) but that should never stop you from trying.

Best regards,

Chris
Typically, the classes are between 45 and 55 people. The general idea is to keep the class size small and highly interactive.

I'm part of the Class of 2007 and I have to say, I can't recommend this EMBA enough. It's really more than just a generic B-school education, it's a real look at the impact of business in the wider world.

Good luck - it's a competitive entrance process (another colleague commented that the participating schools are of a high quality - this is true) but that should never stop you from trying.

Best regards,

Chris
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york
This program sounds so good, so I was a bit shocked when I read "I can't recommend this EMBA", but than I read the "..enough" :-)
This program sounds so good, so I was a bit shocked when I read "I can't recommend this EMBA", but than I read the "..enough" :-)
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