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All you need to know about the MSc in Management

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New post 09 Nov 2016, 08:48
Hello,
I am interested in MS in supply chain Management having 14months of experience.Can you please suggest B schools programmes specialised in this domain(SCM).
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New post 25 Nov 2016, 22:19
Hi,

I am a Bachelor in Engineering with Masters in Physics. Also I carry around 4-5 years experience in IT/Telecom.
I am looking to widen my prospects and looking out for good colleges in Europe for Management.

As I understand MiM program(1 year) only considers recent graduates with1-2 years experience.
So would I not be a fit for these program?

Then for 1 year MBA (with focus on science/technology) what are the options I have in Europe ?
Also is there an interesting course where I can use my existing skills and still make a transition?


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We have recently conducted a quick research on Master in Management programs and created this page with info on the MiM degree and top MiM programs:
https://aringo.com/masters-in-management/
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New post 22 May 2017, 15:14
Thanks for the comparison, great write up!
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New post 02 Jan 2018, 20:51
skozak wrote:
How does Stanford Sloan program fit in to this? They are after more work experience then an MBA.


Hi,

Can someone help with this please?
Both Stanford Sloan and LBS Sloan give MSc degree, but both require 10+ years of work experience, which is against the common description of the MiM programs.
What's the difference between these 2 and other MiM programs in terms of the type of the degree they give?

I ask because i have 10 years of WE, 4 of them in the mid-executive positions in retail banking. Seems that my background fit Stanford and LBS Sloan, but i'm confused with the degree they give :roll:

PS: don't take into account my GMAT score - i'm retaking it in a month, working hardly on the Verbal now :roll:

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New post 31 Jan 2018, 06:44
Hey Worship,

The Stanford Sloan and LBS Sloan MSc Management programs are pretty different from the conventional MiM programs.
The Major difference between these programs and the traditional MiM programs is that these programs are targeted at experienced individuals. The course length is also smaller, as most MiM programs are more than a year long.

It’s also different to the MBA in the sense that the degree is more theoretical, with more focus on theoretical aspects and group projects, but less on case studies and industrial visits and internships. The Stanford and LBS programs are also very customizable. Over 50% of the Stanford curriculum is chosen by you. This is mainly why this degree cannot come under the category of MBAs.

The major plus point of these programs is the student community. The student community consists of people from many different nationalities who have worked in different roles and industries, so through class discussions and group projects, you’ll gain insights into several functions.
The average work experience that an LBS Sloan MSc student has is 17 Years, so it would be very difficult for you to get admitted to this program.

You can take up our free profile evaluation test to check your chances of getting admission to these programs
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Hi. Can i apply for masters in management in canada with 15 years of education ? Most universities and b-schools require 16. If not, in what way can i make it 16? For example will doing a post graduate diploma here in india make it 16? Please help! Urgent. Thank you.

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Hi Natasha,

There are a fair number of schools which will accept you with 15 years of education. There are schools in other countries such as US which are more willing to accept candidates with 15 years of education. These include top schools such as Harvard Business School, Stanford, MIT (Sloan School of Management), Columbia Business School among others.
However, if you’re fixated with the idea of studying in Canada then you can do an M. Com(distance) or any other relevant 1 year distance program which would effectively raise your education to 16 years.

If you want to know more programs in Canada, you can check this link: https://www.mim-essay.com/review/master ... in-canada/
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