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International/Global MBAs [#permalink] New post 20 Oct 2010, 08:22
I am interested in learning more about international mba programs, and I am currently researching some schools now. I know that schools like Duke and Chicago are strong in these fields, but I believe that I may not be able to get in those schools, so I am more interested to hear from anyone who knows about other great international mba programs. I am currently living in East Asia, and I would like to either focus on this region(China specifically) or Europe. Though, Latin America is also of interest, and I do speak Spanish.

I am looking to learn more career prospects in Asia, Europe and the States, along with general thoughts, with the following programs:

1)Thunderbird
2)University of South Carolina (they seem especially strong with their excellent language tracks)
3)Georgia State: 14 month program culminating in an mba from GS, a masters from a school in France, and a certificate from a school in Brasil. It looks promising, but it is a relatively unknown school.
4) Monterrey Institute
5) UHawaii -China focus
*** Any other schools you would recommend in Europe/Asia/USA.

Thanks and look forward to any responses.
International/Global MBAs   [#permalink] 20 Oct 2010, 08:22
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