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Hello,
Can you please give me a list of good business schools with MBA plans that teach in English in Denmark, Finland, Sweden... etc?

I'm looking for the countries that don't charge tut ions, or cheap.
Because the UK is SO very expensive for me!

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New post 17 May 2007, 13:11
I've heard of Erasmus, which (if I remember correctly) is located in Sweden.

Check FT/WSJ/Economist rankings, they do rank international schools. After that, try and do your own research.

Hope it helps. L.
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lepium wrote:
I've heard of Erasmus, which (if I remember correctly) is located in Sweden.

Check FT/WSJ/Economist rankings, they do rank international schools. After that, try and do your own research.

Hope it helps. L.


I think Erasmus is in Netherlands.

http://www.eur.nl
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Praetorian wrote:

I think Erasmus is in Netherlands.

http://www.eur.nl


You are right, I did not remember correctly. :oops:

Try SSE (Stockholm School of Economics) and Copenhagen Business School. I don't know anything about them, though.

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Hi - I am in Sweden and applying to the Stockholm School of Economics. If you want to know something about it, let me know. All the courses are in English.

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New post 17 Jul 2007, 02:12
You can also try the Helsinki School of Economics.
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