1-year MBA Programs


kbell
Hi,
In regards to the Hult one year MBA program
http://www.hult.edu/mba-program/our-program/curriculum

Like ibanker said, it's a recently renamed program and has been growing a lot in the last few years. It's only recently been ranked, see here:

Financial Times : http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/hult-international-business-school

Economist : http://mba.eiu.com/index.asp?layout=school_snapshot&mba_program_id=190471619&university_id=180471618&university_name=Hult+International+Business+School

Probably an up and coming program. Used to be only in Boston, but now they also have campuses in London, Dubai and Shanghai as well.
Hi,
In regards to the Hult one year MBA program
http://www.hult.edu/mba-program/our-program/curriculum

Like ibanker said, it's a recently renamed program and has been growing a lot in the last few years. It's only recently been ranked, see here:

Financial Times : http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/hult-international-business-school

Economist : http://mba.eiu.com/index.asp?layout=school_snapshot&mba_program_id=190471619&university_id=180471618&university_name=Hult+International+Business+School

Probably an up and coming program. Used to be only in Boston, but now they also have campuses in London, Dubai and Shanghai as well.
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koki
hey i have 1 yr of work exp and have a gmat score of 660.
please suggest universities for mba or ms in management in USA.
hey i have 1 yr of work exp and have a gmat score of 660.
please suggest universities for mba or ms in management in USA.
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I believe that Columbia has one -- or at least some very accelerated program -- and they offer good scholarships too.
I believe that Columbia has one -- or at least some very accelerated program -- and they offer good scholarships too.
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ralph
I think Columbia's accelerated program is actually 16 months, starts in January and ends in May. So it starts later, and then eliminates the summer internship portion of the normal program. I think it's mainly for those who don't need an internship.
I think Columbia's accelerated program is actually 16 months, starts in January and ends in May. So it starts later, and then eliminates the summer internship portion of the normal program. I think it's mainly for those who don't need an internship.
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gusilu
Hey guys,

How about the International Management Program at Boston University? It is a 1-year (14 Months) MBA program at a good school in a great city. The first three months are taught in China (Beijing and Shanghai).

Has anybody heard of this program?

I was accepted last week and would like to hear some comments before taking a decision.

Cheers
Hey guys,

How about the International Management Program at Boston University? It is a 1-year (14 Months) MBA program at a good school in a great city. The first three months are taught in China (Beijing and Shanghai).

Has anybody heard of this program?

I was accepted last week and would like to hear some comments before taking a decision.

Cheers
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aashkar
I am currently a student at Hult International Business School and acting President of the Consulting Club. I will be available to answer any questions regarding the program and share with you the benefits of such a diverse and intensive program.

Please email me at: [email protected] for more information or questions.

The program is best of breed and the faculty speak for themselves.

Thanks,

Ahmad Ashkar
I am currently a student at Hult International Business School and acting President of the Consulting Club. I will be available to answer any questions regarding the program and share with you the benefits of such a diverse and intensive program.

Please email me at: [email protected] for more information or questions.

The program is best of breed and the faculty speak for themselves.

Thanks,

Ahmad Ashkar
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sarthak
What are the recognized full-time 1-year MBA programs that do not have a work experience requirement.
<blockquote>What are the recognized full-time 1-year MBA programs that do not have a work experience requirement.</blockquote>
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ibanker
Very few real good MBA programs will allow you to have no work experience upon entry. Further i don't believe you will really gain the full benefit from an MBA program without some real-world experience.

You are better off IMHO looking at Master of Management adn Master of Business degrees these are specifically targeted at guys with no work experience. Most are one year in length.
Very few real good MBA programs will allow you to have no work experience upon entry. Further i don't believe you will really gain the full benefit from an MBA program without some real-world experience.

You are better off IMHO looking at Master of Management adn Master of Business degrees these are specifically targeted at guys with no work experience. Most are one year in length.
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ralph
I couldn't agree more... It seems like there are a lot of people out there looking for a "quick-fix," that would somehow allow them to double their annual income with just a diploma... Unfortunately that's not how the world works, and reputed MBA programs, well, that's not at all how they work either.

Very few real good MBA programs will allow you to have no work experience upon entry. Further i don't believe you will really gain the full benefit from an MBA program without some real-world experience.

You are better off IMHO looking at Master of Management adn Master of Business degrees these are specifically targeted at guys with no work experience. Most are one year in length.
I couldn't agree more... It seems like there are a lot of people out there looking for a "quick-fix," that would somehow allow them to double their annual income with just a diploma... Unfortunately that's not how the world works, and reputed MBA programs, well, that's not at all how they work either.

<blockquote>Very few real good MBA programs will allow you to have no work experience upon entry. Further i don't believe you will really gain the full benefit from an MBA program without some real-world experience.

You are better off IMHO looking at Master of Management adn Master of Business degrees these are specifically targeted at guys with no work experience. Most are one year in length.</blockquote>
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aashkar
I am currently a student at Hult International Business School and acting President of the Consulting Club. I will be available to answer any questions regarding the program and share with you the benefits of such a diverse and intensive program.

Please email me at: [email protected] for more information or questions.

The program is best of breed and the faculty speak for themselves.

Thanks,

Ahmad Ashkar


As a follow up to this:

***Due to the overwhelming response of questions and interest I have been getting, I will be opening up my blog at www.ahmadashkar.com to answer questions about Hult IBS. I will also be featuring an article there that will address many of the questions I have been asked.

To get an idea of some of the innovative types of things Hult Students are doing, please visit: www.globalcasechallenge.com
<blockquote>I am currently a student at Hult International Business School and acting President of the Consulting Club. I will be available to answer any questions regarding the program and share with you the benefits of such a diverse and intensive program.

Please email me at: [email protected] for more information or questions.

The program is best of breed and the faculty speak for themselves.

Thanks,

Ahmad Ashkar</blockquote>

As a follow up to this:

***Due to the overwhelming response of questions and interest I have been getting, I will be opening up my blog at www.ahmadashkar.com to answer questions about Hult IBS. I will also be featuring an article there that will address many of the questions I have been asked.

To get an idea of some of the innovative types of things Hult Students are doing, please visit: www.globalcasechallenge.com
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dulsban
Hi Everyone,

I am in search of a good 1 year MBA course that's also affordable. I was looking through the Wall Street Journal's ranking for accelerated MBAs. I find Durham Business School in UK to be an interesting find - ranked 14th by wall street journal.
It ranks 74th globally in FT 2010 and 53rd in EIU 2009. It has accreditations from AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS. The university was established in 1832 while the business school started in 1960s.

It would be great to know your opinion about this school. Please help.

Thanks
Anirban
Hi Everyone,

I am in search of a good 1 year MBA course that's also affordable. I was looking through the Wall Street Journal's ranking for accelerated MBAs. I find Durham Business School in UK to be an interesting find - ranked 14th by wall street journal.
It ranks 74th globally in FT 2010 and 53rd in EIU 2009. It has accreditations from AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS. The university was established in 1832 while the business school started in 1960s.

It would be great to know your opinion about this school. Please help.

Thanks
Anirban
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Hi guy~
I am very interested in the Metropolitan College of New York ,the 1 year MBA programme on geneal management is so cool,I wanna get enrolled this fall,cause after graduation I wanna find job as soon as possible.But there sth. confused me.First,some say the student graduation is very low,if you won't got a high grade in the final tests you will lost the master degree at last. My math is very poor,thus I am afraid of the things.Second,some education company says the total one year tuition and fees is about $23,000,the per credit hour cost is $400 (for all ) ,however,the MCNY.com say per semester tuition is $1 3.000 (for 17 credits) ,and so only the cost for one year of 3 semester core courses is $39.000 ,except the room and board fees and others.I count the cost will be $50.000 in all.So I am afraid that the education company cheat me.Please tell me the truth and what is the total cost for the whole MBA programme on general management in one year.I am an international student who will live on campus.Thx.You are so generous and kindheart man.
By the way,if my fudamental knowledge on the accouting and finance and so forth ,just as all the issue about math are extremly poor ,if I still have the chance to graduate in the end.What is the percentage about the final test take up in the grades in one course.If I attend the class everyday and do a good performance in the seminar or homework,can I pass the exam??Thx.
I will so aprreciate to get help from you.Have a good day !
Hi guy~
I am very interested in the Metropolitan College of New York ,the 1 year MBA programme on geneal management is so cool,I wanna get enrolled this fall,cause after graduation I wanna find job as soon as possible.But there sth. confused me.First,some say the student graduation is very low,if you won't got a high grade in the final tests you will lost the master degree at last. My math is very poor,thus I am afraid of the things.Second,some education company says the total one year tuition and fees is about $23,000,the per credit hour cost is $400 (for all ) ,however,the MCNY.com say per semester tuition is $1 3.000 (for 17 credits) ,and so only the cost for one year of 3 semester core courses is $39.000 ,except the room and board fees and others.I count the cost will be $50.000 in all.So I am afraid that the education company cheat me.Please tell me the truth and what is the total cost for the whole MBA programme on general management in one year.I am an international student who will live on campus.Thx.You are so generous and kindheart man.
By the way,if my fudamental knowledge on the accouting and finance and so forth ,just as all the issue about math are extremly poor ,if I still have the chance to graduate in the end.What is the percentage about the final test take up in the grades in one course.If I attend the class everyday and do a good performance in the seminar or homework,can I pass the exam&#65311;&#65311;Thx.
I will so aprreciate to get help from you.Have a good day !
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Im sorry. let me clarify.

IF you attend Metropolitan College of New York MBA program which is located in New York City, USA, Metropolitan College of New York sends all students to Europe for free to learn International Business perspectives. In Europe, the European companies recruit the Metropolitan College of New York MBA students during those 12 days AND WHEN YOU come back to NY the Companies in NY recruit you, too. You pay tuiton to attend the Metropolitan College of NY MBA program, but you dont pay anything extra to attend the Europe field trip. That is free.

*******I disagree with you. I would know. NYU has a great reputation. But the competition is deep and you are competing with many other NYU students for the same job. Sometimes, patience is good. Sometimes it's not. And many international students, like yourself, won't get into NYU anyway.

Smaller colleges are easier to get into.
Small schools, at times do better than large schools getting you a real job in the career you studied for, because small schools like Metropolitan College of New York, are better at knowing the student, growing with the student, increasing networking opportunities, and many company's CEO's graduated from small schools too and then go back to these small schools to recruit students.
For an international student, I would not go to NYU or these big schools, because you will not get a job in the field. You will have to wait in line patiently as NYU and Colubmia graduate USA students and International students many hundreds of graduates every semester.

I have studied NYU and Metropolitan College of New York program's as I was accepted to both programs at the same time. One issue was money and NYU is not guarteeing me a job so....
I decided to go to Metropolitan College of New York, worked on a business plan & thesis, which is as close to practioner experience as you can get, and graduated in 1 year with an MBA in Media Managment. NYU would have taken me 2 years.

YOu need to research both schools, I suggest you look at the Professors at NYU teaching, see what are there accomplishments. THE PROFESSORS ARE THE ONES THAT GET YOU THE JOBS THROUGH NETWORKING AND CONTACTS IF THEY TRUE PRACTIONERS AND OWN COMPANIES AT THE SAME TIME THEY TEACH and have contacts.........I DOUBT THAT AT NYU, YOU ARE PAYING NYU FOR THE "NAME BRAND" NOT FOR THE QUALITY. YOU NEED QUALITY TO COMPARE.

Keep in mind you are an international student, I was an American student, those big schools graduate American students by the hundreds, and then international students behind that. You may get lost in the shuffle.

Small, schools you may get a chance to integrate yourself better and stand out.

THAT'S IT WITH MY ADVICE. SORRY, DAN.



Hi guy~
I am very interested in the Metropolitan College of New York ,the 1 year MBA programme on geneal management is so cool,I wanna get enrolled this fall,cause after graduation I wanna find job as soon as possible.But there sth. confused me.First,some say the student graduation is very low,if you won't got a high grade in the final tests you will lost the master degree at last. My math is very poor,thus I am afraid of the things.Second,some education company says the total one year tuition and fees is about $23,000,the per credit hour cost is $400 (for all ) ,however,the MCNY.com say per semester tuition is $1 3.000 (for 17 credits) ,and so only the cost for one year of 3 semester core courses is $39.000 ,except the room and board fees and others.I count the cost will be $50.000 in all.So I am afraid that the education company cheat me.Please tell me the truth and what is the total cost for the whole MBA programme on general management in one year.I am an international student who will live on campus.Thanks.You are so generous and kindheart man.
By the way,if my fudamental knowledge on the accouting and finance and so forth ,just as all the issue about math are extremly poor ,if I still have the chance to graduate in the end.What is the percentage about the final test take up in the grades in one course.If I attend the class everyday and do a good performance in the seminar or homework,can I pass the exam??Thanks in advance.
I will so aprreciate to get help from you.Have a good day !
<blockquote>Im sorry. let me clarify.

IF you attend Metropolitan College of New York MBA program which is located in New York City, USA, Metropolitan College of New York sends all students to Europe for free to learn International Business perspectives. In Europe, the European companies recruit the Metropolitan College of New York MBA students during those 12 days AND WHEN YOU come back to NY the Companies in NY recruit you, too. You pay tuiton to attend the Metropolitan College of NY MBA program, but you dont pay anything extra to attend the Europe field trip. That is free.

*******I disagree with you. I would know. NYU has a great reputation. But the competition is deep and you are competing with many other NYU students for the same job. Sometimes, patience is good. Sometimes it's not. And many international students, like yourself, won't get into NYU anyway.

Smaller colleges are easier to get into.
Small schools, at times do better than large schools getting you a real job in the career you studied for, because small schools like Metropolitan College of New York, are better at knowing the student, growing with the student, increasing networking opportunities, and many company's CEO's graduated from small schools too and then go back to these small schools to recruit students.
For an international student, I would not go to NYU or these big schools, because you will not get a job in the field. You will have to wait in line patiently as NYU and Colubmia graduate USA students and International students many hundreds of graduates every semester.

I have studied NYU and Metropolitan College of New York program's as I was accepted to both programs at the same time. One issue was money and NYU is not guarteeing me a job so....
I decided to go to Metropolitan College of New York, worked on a business plan & thesis, which is as close to practioner experience as you can get, and graduated in 1 year with an MBA in Media Managment. NYU would have taken me 2 years.

YOu need to research both schools, I suggest you look at the Professors at NYU teaching, see what are there accomplishments. THE PROFESSORS ARE THE ONES THAT GET YOU THE JOBS THROUGH NETWORKING AND CONTACTS IF THEY TRUE PRACTIONERS AND OWN COMPANIES AT THE SAME TIME THEY TEACH and have contacts.........I DOUBT THAT AT NYU, YOU ARE PAYING NYU FOR THE "NAME BRAND" NOT FOR THE QUALITY. YOU NEED QUALITY TO COMPARE.

Keep in mind you are an international student, I was an American student, those big schools graduate American students by the hundreds, and then international students behind that. You may get lost in the shuffle.

Small, schools you may get a chance to integrate yourself better and stand out.

THAT'S IT WITH MY ADVICE. SORRY, DAN.

</blockquote>

Hi guy~
I am very interested in the Metropolitan College of New York ,the 1 year MBA programme on geneal management is so cool,I wanna get enrolled this fall,cause after graduation I wanna find job as soon as possible.But there sth. confused me.First,some say the student graduation is very low,if you won't got a high grade in the final tests you will lost the master degree at last. My math is very poor,thus I am afraid of the things.Second,some education company says the total one year tuition and fees is about $23,000,the per credit hour cost is $400 (for all ) ,however,the MCNY.com say per semester tuition is $1 3.000 (for 17 credits) ,and so only the cost for one year of 3 semester core courses is $39.000 ,except the room and board fees and others.I count the cost will be $50.000 in all.So I am afraid that the education company cheat me.Please tell me the truth and what is the total cost for the whole MBA programme on general management in one year.I am an international student who will live on campus.Thanks.You are so generous and kindheart man.
By the way,if my fudamental knowledge on the accouting and finance and so forth ,just as all the issue about math are extremly poor ,if I still have the chance to graduate in the end.What is the percentage about the final test take up in the grades in one course.If I attend the class everyday and do a good performance in the seminar or homework,can I pass the exam&#65311;&#65311;Thanks in advance.
I will so aprreciate to get help from you.Have a good day !
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Bal1der
Hi All,

I have got confirm admit to HULT London class of Sep-2010.

I believe that HULT is one of the most underrated programs with huge potential to unlock. I was quite apprehensive when I received an interview request, 3 months back, from HULT. Proactive approach of school seems suspicious, but turned out to be proof of their commitment to attract best possible talent.

In my last 3 months, I discovered many +ves abt school and ultimately decided to take admit. I am smitten by the school staff?s attitude, supportive & encouraging. Always a pleasant & praiseworthy encounter .

Few of the highlights of HULT

1. A True Global School with 5 campuses
2. Diverse International Students
3. Faculty from best bschools around the world
4. Exciting Program/Initiative: Executive Track for High Potential Students
5. Value for Money

Above qualities with eagerness of HULT to carve a place among top programs makes it a worthy choice .

Thanks

Profile: Indian/IT/Male/4.7 yrs/GMAT 640/Excellent Acads/Outstanding Extracurricular
Hi All,

I have got confirm admit to HULT London class of Sep-2010.

I believe that HULT is one of the most underrated programs with huge potential to unlock. I was quite apprehensive when I received an interview request, 3 months back, from HULT. Proactive approach of school seems suspicious, but turned out to be proof of their commitment to attract best possible talent.

In my last 3 months, I discovered many +ves abt school and ultimately decided to take admit. I am smitten by the school staff?s attitude, supportive & encouraging. Always a pleasant & praiseworthy encounter .

Few of the highlights of HULT

1. A True Global School with 5 campuses
2. Diverse International Students
3. Faculty from best bschools around the world
4. Exciting Program/Initiative: Executive Track for High Potential Students
5. Value for Money

Above qualities with eagerness of HULT to carve a place among top programs makes it a worthy choice .

Thanks

Profile: Indian/IT/Male/4.7 yrs/GMAT 640/Excellent Acads/Outstanding Extracurricular
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parvisss
ppl im really new and just started to think about mba, i just found online MIM has 1 year International MBA and it 24000 . what do u guys think about it? any ideas would be appreciated
ppl im really new and just started to think about mba, i just found online MIM has 1 year International MBA and it 24000 . what do u guys think about it? any ideas would be appreciated
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MMK
Hi,
I am stuying Italian Philology in Germany and will finish university next year in January with a Magister degree, which is equivalent to a Master degree.
Few days ago it came to my mind to do a 1 year MBA programm in the USA. I am not quite sure if this is possible with my educational background.
Do I need for all MBA-porogramms work experience? Would internships and sidejobs be sufficient?

By doing researched I have discovered the California International Business University. Does anybody know if this is a good university?
Hi,
I am stuying Italian Philology in Germany and will finish university next year in January with a Magister degree, which is equivalent to a Master degree.
Few days ago it came to my mind to do a 1 year MBA programm in the USA. I am not quite sure if this is possible with my educational background.
Do I need for all MBA-porogramms work experience? Would internships and sidejobs be sufficient?

By doing researched I have discovered the California International Business University. Does anybody know if this is a good university?
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Duncan
If you use the search function you'll find 158 accredited US one-year MBAs (http://www.find-mba.com/search/c3cdd439/1). MBAs which are not accredited by the respected bodies (AASCB in the US, AMBA and EQUIS elsewhere) are more or less worthless. MBAs will almost all require work experience, but that will normally include internships and part-time work -- although some schools look for higher-quality work. California International Business University does not have a respected accreditation. At the very least, look for a university with regional accreditation in the US (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regional_accreditation), which is like the German 'Staatlich anerkannte' status but AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA are the only internally respected accreditations for MBA programmes.
If you use the search function you'll find 158 accredited US one-year MBAs (http://www.find-mba.com/search/c3cdd439/1). MBAs which are not accredited by the respected bodies (AASCB in the US, AMBA and EQUIS elsewhere) are more or less worthless. MBAs will almost all require work experience, but that will normally include internships and part-time work -- although some schools look for higher-quality work. California International Business University does not have a respected accreditation. At the very least, look for a university with regional accreditation in the US (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regional_accreditation), which is like the German 'Staatlich anerkannte' status but AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA are the only internally respected accreditations for MBA programmes.
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MMK
Thank you for your answer! Then I gotta look for another university.
Thank you for your answer! Then I gotta look for another university.
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Duncan
I think that Florida http://www.floridamba.ufl.edu/traditional/oneyearA/ and Pitt are especially worth looking at (http://www.business.pitt.edu/katz/mba/academics/programs/one-year.php). Many of the top US one-year MBAs are for people with undergraduate degrees in business.
I think that Florida http://www.floridamba.ufl.edu/traditional/oneyearA/ and Pitt are especially worth looking at (http://www.business.pitt.edu/katz/mba/academics/programs/one-year.php). Many of the top US one-year MBAs are for people with undergraduate degrees in business.
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ezra
I agree with Duncan. The top 1-year programs in the US (Kellogg, Cornell, etc.) all require applicants to have either an undergraduate degree in bus/econ or a solid quantitate background. It makes sense really - under time pressure, the schools don't want to spend a ton of time on the elementary stuff.

To the OP: have you considered a European school? In Europe, the 1-year track is more standard than in the States.


I think that Florida http://www.floridamba.ufl.edu/traditional/oneyearA/ and Pitt are especially worth looking at (http://www.business.pitt.edu/katz/mba/academics/programs/one-year.php). Many of the top US one-year MBAs are for people with undergraduate degrees in business.
I agree with Duncan. The top 1-year programs in the US (Kellogg, Cornell, etc.) all require applicants to have either an undergraduate degree in bus/econ or a solid quantitate background. It makes sense really - under time pressure, the schools don't want to spend a ton of time on the elementary stuff.

To the OP: have you considered a European school? In Europe, the 1-year track is more standard than in the States.


<blockquote>I think that Florida http://www.floridamba.ufl.edu/traditional/oneyearA/ and Pitt are especially worth looking at (http://www.business.pitt.edu/katz/mba/academics/programs/one-year.php). Many of the top US one-year MBAs are for people with undergraduate degrees in business. </blockquote>
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