Warwick vs Manchester vs Imperial


malik2012

Thanks a lot for very your valuable advice. Sorry i meant MBS Global part time MBA (Dubai) not the MBS Global MBA (FT). Do you think MBS is a better option than HEC Montreal or Telfer full time program if I want to work internationally, i mean outside north America?

thanks.

Thanks a lot for very your valuable advice. Sorry i meant MBS Global part time MBA (Dubai) not the MBS Global MBA (FT). Do you think MBS is a better option than HEC Montreal or Telfer full time program if I want to work internationally, i mean outside north America?

thanks.
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Duncan

At MBS the Global MBA is only part-time. The full-time MBS doesn't have the "Global" label. If you want to work outside North America then, almost always, study where you want to work.

At MBS the Global MBA is only part-time. The full-time MBS doesn't have the "Global" label. If you want to work outside North America then, almost always, study where you want to work.
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malik2012

""If you want to work outside North America then, almost always, study where you want to work.""

Hi Sir, Does this mean that studying at top business schools like Havard,LBS,HEC,INSEAD and other reputed BSs on the list, are helpful only in certain territorial limits? Appreciate your valuable comments

""If you want to work outside North America then, almost always, study where you want to work.""

Hi Sir, Does this mean that studying at top business schools like Havard,LBS,HEC,INSEAD and other reputed BSs on the list, are helpful only in certain territorial limits? Appreciate your valuable comments
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Duncan

It means that they are most helpful inside their domestic market. Outside a small number of strategy and investment banking firms, few MBA vacancies are filled by employers travelling to another country to find talent. Most MBAs wanting to work in a particular country will be well advised to study there.

It means that they are most helpful inside their domestic market. Outside a small number of strategy and investment banking firms, few MBA vacancies are filled by employers travelling to another country to find talent. Most MBAs wanting to work in a particular country will be well advised to study there.
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vivekd

For example, in the Indian job market, IIM, ISB wins hands down all top tier schools in the world Havard, Stanford, LBS, HEC, INSEAD, Wharton, etc

For example, in the Indian job market, IIM, ISB wins hands down all top tier schools in the world Havard, Stanford, LBS, HEC, INSEAD, Wharton, etc
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Duncan

An excellent example. My guess is that the same would be true for most of the "BRICS" economies.

An excellent example. My guess is that the same would be true for most of the "BRICS" economies.
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malik2012

Hi Mr. Duncan, I need your valuable comments on the above mentioned full-time MBA programs, I am Fellow member of ACCA, CPA and planning to move to Canada soon. I am more interested towards consultancy/financial side role in future. Appreciate your detailed comments based on your experience and knowledge.

Hi Mr. Duncan, I need your valuable comments on the above mentioned full-time MBA programs, I am Fellow member of ACCA, CPA and planning to move to Canada soon. I am more interested towards consultancy/financial side role in future. Appreciate your detailed comments based on your experience and knowledge.

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Duncan

You can find detailled comments by me and other contributors on the discussion boards. Use the search function on the 'Americas' discussion board to focus on those Canadian schools. If you have specific questions, then ask them on the board.

You should get into the best school you can which fits your goals, especially if you may want to work outside Canada: Outside of the top handful, there are few Canadian MBAs with an international brand premium. Focus on Ivey and Rotman as the top two, Schulich and Desautels as the second pair, and Sauder and HEC as the final two schools with an international profile.

You can find detailled comments by me and other contributors on the discussion boards. Use the search function on the 'Americas' discussion board to focus on those Canadian schools. If you have specific questions, then ask them on the board.

You should get into the best school you can which fits your goals, especially if you may want to work outside Canada: Outside of the top handful, there are few Canadian MBAs with an international brand premium. Focus on Ivey and Rotman as the top two, Schulich and Desautels as the second pair, and Sauder and HEC as the final two schools with an international profile.
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malik2012

thank you very much, will appreciate your comments on HEC montreal MBA specifically.

thank you very much, will appreciate your comments on HEC montreal MBA specifically.
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Duncan

If you have specific questions, do let us know. I'm on holiday for a couple of weeks but others know more than me ;-)

If you have specific questions, do let us know. I'm on holiday for a couple of weeks but others know more than me ;-)
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malik2012

Will appreciate comments on main strengths/uniqueness of HEC Montreal full time 1 year intensive MBA program over the other well known Canadian MBA programs besides its triple accreditation.

Will appreciate comments on main strengths/uniqueness of HEC Montreal full time 1 year intensive MBA program over the other well known Canadian MBA programs besides its triple accreditation.
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ralph

Overall, it's a good program. Unlike some other schools in Canada (McGill, York/Schulich/Ivey) it is not ranked in the FT's Global rankings, though. I assume this is because grads from the other top schools are generally more likely to go into finance - which drives their salaries up.

HEC's cohorts to tend to be more well-rounded, with more graduates going into sector-specific roles in information technology, operations, etc. Montréal has a burgeoning startup scene, so it's a good place to be an entrepreneur right now. If you speak passable French, that's an asset there.

I guess the question is, what do you want to do when you get out?


Will appreciate comments on main strengths/uniqueness of HEC Montreal full time 1 year intensive MBA program over the other well known Canadian MBA programs besides its triple accreditation.

Overall, it's a good program. Unlike some other schools in Canada (McGill, York/Schulich/Ivey) it is not ranked in the FT's Global rankings, though. I assume this is because grads from the other top schools are generally more likely to go into finance - which drives their salaries up.

HEC's cohorts to tend to be more well-rounded, with more graduates going into sector-specific roles in information technology, operations, etc. Montréal has a burgeoning startup scene, so it's a good place to be an entrepreneur right now. If you speak passable French, that's an asset there.

I guess the question is, what do you want to do when you get out?


<blockquote>Will appreciate comments on main strengths/uniqueness of HEC Montreal full time 1 year intensive MBA program over the other well known Canadian MBA programs besides its triple accreditation. </blockquote>
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chu082011

Overall, it's a good program. Unlike some other schools in Canada (McGill, York/Schulich/Ivey) it is not ranked in the FT's Global rankings, though. I assume this is because grads from the other top schools are generally more likely to go into finance - which drives their salaries up.

HEC's cohorts to tend to be more well-rounded, with more graduates going into sector-specific roles in information technology, operations, etc. Montréal has a burgeoning startup scene, so it's a good place to be an entrepreneur right now. If you speak passable French, that's an asset there.

I guess the question is, what do you want to do when you get out?


Will appreciate comments on main strengths/uniqueness of HEC Montreal full time 1 year intensive MBA program over the other well known Canadian MBA programs besides its triple accreditation.


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<blockquote>Overall, it's a good program. Unlike some other schools in Canada (McGill, York/Schulich/Ivey) it is not ranked in the FT's Global rankings, though. I assume this is because grads from the other top schools are generally more likely to go into finance - which drives their salaries up.

HEC's cohorts to tend to be more well-rounded, with more graduates going into sector-specific roles in information technology, operations, etc. Montréal has a burgeoning startup scene, so it's a good place to be an entrepreneur right now. If you speak passable French, that's an asset there.

I guess the question is, what do you want to do when you get out?


<blockquote>Will appreciate comments on main strengths/uniqueness of HEC Montreal full time 1 year intensive MBA program over the other well known Canadian MBA programs besides its triple accreditation. </blockquote></blockquote>

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