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European Business Schools: Master in Management [#permalink]
29 Mar 2011, 05:13
I really need an advice about which programme and school to attend next september(2011). I am now finishing my bachelor at Bocconi University(in Milan) and I have been offered a place to:
1)EDHEC: Master in Management(MIM) --> 3 years(1st year which awards a Master in Management; 2nd year for internships; 3rd year awards a Master in strategy and Organization Conultancy; with a possibility to do a double degree(during the 3rd year) at a partner school). --> the programme is based in Croix(a town close to Lille), France(Triple accredited school)--> 23.500 euros
2) Strathclyde School of Management: MSc in international Business --> 1 year --> located in Glasgow, UK (Triple accredited school) --> 12.000 pounds
3) Cranfield School of Management: MSc in Strategic Marketing --> 1 year --> locate din Cranfield, UK (Triple accredited school) --> 12.000 pounds
Also, I am most likely to receive admission to:
1) Copenhagen Business School: Master in International Business --> 2 years(with possibility of taking part to the CEMS programme and/or doing an exchange at a partner school) --> located in Copenhagen, Denmark. (the school is now being accredited also by AACSB, so receiving the triple crown) --> the programme would be completely FREE for me because I'm from the EU!!
2) Vienna University of Economics and Business: MSc in Strategy, Innovation and Management Control --> 2 years(with possibility of doing an exchange at a partner school). --> located in Vienna, Austria. --> almost free programme!!
I would like to attend an international recognized business school but at the same time I would like to live in a big city with an exciting day/night life. that is why I am concerned that by going to Cranfield, and probably EDHEC, I would find nothing outside of the school environment.
Which amonf those schools and programmes would you go to? Thank you for your advices!!!
Re: European Business Schools: Master in Management [#permalink]
03 Apr 2011, 00:31
I would suggest you give a thought to the programme you are more interested in - strategic marketing/intl business and the options you would like to explore after the program and the opportunities each school offers.
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