EMBA/MBA from USA


anish_sha

Hi guys... i need a help from u guys.. i just finished ma BE in mech, we have a family business which includes steel industry, Food products etc.

I want to pursue a good degree which gives me good knowledge in management skills, finance, accounts etc. which will help me in my business

I prefer EMBA/MBA which can be completed in 1 year and i can join the business , which Uni will be the best suited for me.. should be in the best rankings ...

Hi guys... i need a help from u guys.. i just finished ma BE in mech, we have a family business which includes steel industry, Food products etc.

I want to pursue a good degree which gives me good knowledge in management skills, finance, accounts etc. which will help me in my business

I prefer EMBA/MBA which can be completed in 1 year and i can join the business , which Uni will be the best suited for me.. should be in the best rankings ...
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I would recommend the MBA programs offered at Bentley University. They offer several concentrations and you can cater your learning to whatever you are interested in. They are located just outside of Boston and are a great choice for somebody looking to get ahead.

I would recommend the MBA programs offered at Bentley University. They offer several concentrations and you can cater your learning to whatever you are interested in. They are located just outside of Boston and are a great choice for somebody looking to get ahead.
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ezra

It would be good to know more about your background to help suggest schools. Keep in mind that EMBA programs generally require 7 or more years of work experience - they are for students in the later stages of career development.

One year MBA programs have been rare in the United States - but more schools are starting to offer them. Off the top of my head, the best ones are:

Cornell
Kellogg
Florida/Warrington
Babson
Emory/Goizueta

As DanielBrown mentioned in the previous post, Bentley would be another option. This is a brand new format for the school - and a new format usually means that there will be a year or two when the program grows into its potential.

It would be good to know more about your background to help suggest schools. Keep in mind that EMBA programs generally require 7 or more years of work experience - they are for students in the later stages of career development.

One year MBA programs have been rare in the United States - but more schools are starting to offer them. Off the top of my head, the best ones are:

Cornell
Kellogg
Florida/Warrington
Babson
Emory/Goizueta

As DanielBrown mentioned in the previous post, Bentley would be another option. This is a brand new format for the school - and a new format usually means that there will be a year or two when the program grows into its potential.
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wbsat

Hi guys... i need a help from u guys.. i just finished ma BE in mech, we have a family business which includes steel industry, Food products etc.

I want to pursue a good degree which gives me good knowledge in management skills, finance, accounts etc. which will help me in my business


Many programs are general management programs where you can choose to concentrate with electives on entrepreneurship.

and there are mba programs specifically tailored for entrepreneurship like babson college and france's EMLYON,

both options are feasible for your goal.infact i am lookin for the same as well.

one thing is USA is not known for 1 yr programs. Even in the
1 yr programs mentioned above, they require prerequisite courses in finance and economics or a business UG degree.
you better consult the admissions regarding your eligibility for these 1yr programs.

if you are looking for 1 yr programs, europe would be the place where you can focus on,

pls take a look at FT rankings if you want a guide.

<blockquote>Hi guys... i need a help from u guys.. i just finished ma BE in mech, we have a family business which includes steel industry, Food products etc.

I want to pursue a good degree which gives me good knowledge in management skills, finance, accounts etc. which will help me in my business</blockquote>

Many programs are general management programs where you can choose to concentrate with electives on entrepreneurship.

and there are mba programs specifically tailored for entrepreneurship like babson college and france's EMLYON,

both options are feasible for your goal.infact i am lookin for the same as well.

one thing is USA is not known for 1 yr programs. Even in the
1 yr programs mentioned above, they require prerequisite courses in finance and economics or a business UG degree.
you better consult the admissions regarding your eligibility for these 1yr programs.

if you are looking for 1 yr programs, europe would be the place where you can focus on,

pls take a look at FT rankings if you want a guide.

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