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I just returned a couple of weeks ago from travel in Europe. As a part of my trip I visited, LBS, INSEAD, Oxford Said, Cambridge Judge, IE Madrid, ESADE, IESE. I had either an interview with an adcom/admissions director or attended group information session and took a tour at every school I visited. As an Australia who had only accessed second hand information about these schools I was actually very surprised to see how many differences there were between them and to see how they approached different things. I have also found that while there is copious amounts of information about US schools for those looking at getting into Management Consulting there is not so much information comparing European schools with regards to opportunities for management consulting.

Just thought I would create a post to see if anyone is interested in having me share my experience as a way of contributing back to this forum and perhaps helping others who are looking for information about European schools. If enough people/anyone thinks it will be helpful I'll go to the bother of writing out my experience and perspective in comparing the schools.

A little about me to help determine if my perspective may be relevant or interesting for you.... First see advice-please-mba-in-europe-management-consulting-199143.html gives a bit of an overview of my work history etc. Basically to summarise I come from a Sales/Account Management background, I also have entrepreneurial experience. I want to study with the view to transition to management consulting working in Europe for a number of years and eventually return back to Australia. I am married with a newborn so family aspect is a very important aspect for me. I also have a long term interest in entrepreneurship so obviously asked lots of questions about that too.

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Hi Jish,

I have just discovered your post, while I was looking up for info around school visit. How was you experience all together? How did you prepare for your visit? Would you like to tell me more about it.
I have a visit planned to SDA Bocconi in October and I am looking forward to it as it is one of my top choices.Hope to hear from you on your experience.

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Hi Malika,

Visiting the schools was an awesome experience. It provided a really a strong confirmation that my decision to study an MBA is right for me and it gave me a great deal more clarity than I previously had about which schools to apply for and of those which I would ultimately prefer to study at.

I think the thing that surprised me the most was how similar yet different the schools all were at the higher level. When you read online about school rankings and then actually visit the schools you see that the difference between 1-10 top schools in Europe is actually fairly limited in a lot of aspects, although each of the programs do have some unique aspects that could make it ideal or unideal for an individual (e.g. 1 year vs two year, cost, location, focus on entrepreneurship, banking or management consulting, access to unique markets like Cambridge Judge has with Silicon Fen, etc.). Based on my experience each of the schools have strengths and weaknesses, pros and cons, depending on your personality and circumstance each may be particularly good or not so good. Its really a personality or unique culture, more importantly than ranking (at least at the high level). I think they should publish some sort of b-school personality and ranking interactive data rather than just basic rankings to better inform MBA candidates and the public.

Given all this I strongly recommend visiting schools before applying, it helps you to know what you really want and what's best for you. If there is one thing Adcoms love to see, its someone who has done their homework and really genuinely knows which program is best for them and can clearly articulate why in their application and interviews. In my opinion (its yet to be proven :)) that will significantly increase your chances for admission perhaps even far more than just good academics and so on (so long as these meet the required minimums).

Things I would recommend to keep in mind for visits:
1. Be open, be yourself - sounds lame, but seriously, do this and you will feel the difference between the schools, the feeling you have is equally important as the data analysis your are guaranteed to do before forking out 70,000 euros :).
2. Prepare an elevator pitch - know who you are and why you want to study an MBA. If you don't explain why you are there the adcom or whoever shows you around is less likely to be able to help you and is more likely to feel its a waste of time. If you do this really well the adcom will tend to be far more personable and give far better insight and recommendations to you. You are also far more likely for them to watch out for your application and put positive comments on it. I wasn't so good at this at first, but after the first two I nailed it from then on. I had great experiences including adcoms strongly encourage me to apply and tell me that I was a likely candidate (confidence boost :-D ). They also gave very personalised insights and recommendations that will really help in my applications.
3. Prepare good questions! - This is extremely important! Don't go there and ask them something like, What do I need to do to get admitted? (funnily enough everyone who they don't care if get admitted asks this). Prepare specific questions that relate to your circumstance, e.g. for me, What are the main management consulting firms you place MBAs in? What locations are common? Which of these employ English speakers who don't have a second language? Can you suggest an Alumni I could connect with that has made a similar career change I can connect with? How will your curriculum help me develop the financial management skills I currently lack that will help me be a successful in my desired career path? How can the school help me launch my business ideas? What opportunities are there for internships at my target companies? How does your program support MBAs with who come with family and children?
4. Don't be afraid to open up. Share strengths, weaknesses, things you want to change, and who you are (kind of relates to 2 and 3, because you want to ask them about who they are too). I had one informal interview in particular where the adcom was interested in my life experience and I in his and we related to each other in a lot of ways. We ended up talking about a whole lot of completely irrelevant non MBA stuff, even personal things like how you know its the right time to have children.... I never expected to have this conversation with an adcom. Looking back it was probably the most insightful of all my visits. Now I'm not suggesting ask every adcom about their personal lives, or how many kids they want to have, be wise about it obviously, but they really want to get to know a real person, its refreshing for them. Let them get to know you and get to know them as well. It will help you both if you can develop a real relationship and not just a boring 1 dimensional conversation!
5. Caveat Emptor! Remember that while you are giving an elevator pitch to help them get to know you and to in a sense sell yourself, the reality is that the whole meeting is there for them to sell you. You are the buyer, you are going to spend a lot of money, make sure you do your due diligence! Don't believe what the say just because they say it, and don't believe that just because the employment report says 90% had a job within 3 months that means they were happy with their experience or the job they got. Remember they created those metrics to make themselves look good. Again ask good questions to find the reality behind their sales pitch and stats. For example i frequently asked, " of the 25% who were placed in management consulting how many were from a consulting background?" and "How many were placed by career services vs those that placed directly through their own efforts?".
6. Visit more than one school. Contrast allows you to see truth. Its a big decision so make sure you have checked out at least a couple of options. I originally felt strongly I would study in France, after going their it was probably the part we enjoyed least of our trip (sorry to any French forum users), we just knew it wasn't for us. Only through visiting can you have that kind of experience and ultimately make an informed decision.

Hopefully my long answer helps, best of luck with SDA Bocconi! We loved Italy btw, it was amazing :)

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I just returned a couple of weeks ago from travel in Europe. As a part of my trip I visited, LBS, INSEAD, Oxford Said, Cambridge Judge, IE Madrid, ESADE, IESE. I had either an interview with an adcom/admissions director or attended group information session and took a tour at every school I visited. As an Australia who had only accessed second hand information about these schools I was actually very surprised to see how many differences there were between them and to see how they approached different things. I have also found that while there is copious amounts of information about US schools for those looking at getting into Management Consulting there is not so much information comparing European schools with regards to opportunities for management consulting.

Just thought I would create a post to see if anyone is interested in having me share my experience as a way of contributing back to this forum and perhaps helping others who are looking for information about European schools. If enough people/anyone thinks it will be helpful I'll go to the bother of writing out my experience and perspective in comparing the schools.

A little about me to help determine if my perspective may be relevant or interesting for you.... First see advice-please-mba-in-europe-management-consulting-199143.html gives a bit of an overview of my work history etc. Basically to summarise I come from a Sales/Account Management background, I also have entrepreneurial experience. I want to study with the view to transition to management consulting working in Europe for a number of years and eventually return back to Australia. I am married with a newborn so family aspect is a very important aspect for me. I also have a long term interest in entrepreneurship so obviously asked lots of questions about that too.

Cheers,
Jish


Hi Jish, I stumbled upon your post and I'd love to hear about your experience and thoughts on INSEAD and LBS post visit. I would've loved to visit but won't have the opportunity till I actually start my MBA.

My plans are very similar to yours in that I'm looking to transition from marketing into management consulting, work in the UK for 4-5 years and then move back to NZ :) Like you I also have a long term interest in entrepreneurship.

Between LBS and INSEAD which would you pick if you got into both and why?

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xyeek,

Nice to meet you, my wife is a kiwi... unfortunate with the rugby grand final coming up.... but other than that I love NZ haha.

Do you speak a second language? You will need this for INSEAD. Are you looking at applying in the Jan intake to start 2016?

So firstly anyone who gets into either LBS or INSEAD should count themselves luck, they are both great schools. Either provides an ideal opportunity to transition into management consulting, although based on my experience and some inherent differences in the schools I would suggest they have a different approach which may impact your decision making based on what's better aligned to your career goals. For Example INSEAD focus much more on global job placement where LBS networks are heavily London focused.

The biggest thing that stood out to me while visiting was the cultural difference between both the setting and b-schools. I personally always dreamed of going to INSEAD before my trip, after spending 3 days in Paris and visiting INSEAD I came to the conclusion it just wasn't for me (or at least my most ideal school). Maybe its just the whole not speaking French thing, but I just found the people in Paris very rude and difficult to get along with (made me really appreciate the whole Aussie/Kiwi be a mate to everyone cultural thing). Fontainebleau was very nice and certainly had its appeal, but the school itself didn't wow me as much as I expected, maybe I just had high expectations.

LBS is very, well... British... I would imagine you will get a lot of the old boys club types there, don't know but it was just my feeling being there. LBS is pretty much in the heart of London so its expensive for everything (cost of studies, accommodating, public transport, food, breathing air :), you get the drift, it makes Auckland feel like a cheap holiday to Bali). I may be exaggerating slightly but its something that needs serious consideration unless your millionaire granddaddy is paying.

Basically if I were so lucky as to decide between the two I would make my decision based on the following:
1. Do you want to work in London/UK or elsewhere in Europe. For London i'd go LBS, for rest of Europe, MENA or Asia id go INSEAD.
2. 1 year, vs 1.5-2 years INSEAD = 1 LBS =1.5 to 2. Key thing here is actually more chance to do internships, from memory I'm pretty sure its possible to do two with LBS and only 1 with INSEAD. The extra time and flexibility LBS provides would be extremely helpful if not 100% sure about your career plans or which firm you want to work for. With INSEAD you have to be extreemly focused and basically know exactly what you month, 12 months is the blink of an eye in your career.
3. Money money money, LBS is hella expensive. INSEAD is just expensive.
4. Focus placed on multi-culture/internationalism INSEAD is the bomb at this, they really have it down to an art, its very apparent in everything they do.
5. cultural factors, will you enjoy London city life or French countryside (not that important but can make a big difference to your experience and how happy you are short term)

For me if I had to choose I think I would probably pick LBS. Really when it comes down to it either would achieve its purpose I just think I would enjoy the course flexibility and the environment better.

Also don't write off some of the next tier schools, based on my experience Oxford, Cambridge, and IESE are all a lot closer to LBS and INSEAD then everyone makes them out to be. I have also thought a lot about the aspect of what happens if you need a new job after management consulting back home. Everyone in AUS and NZ knows oxford and cambridge are first class, not many managers IN ANZ outside the Banking and Consulting circles actually know who LBS or INSEAD are or the rankings. I think anyone of these schools could provide the immediate career transition if used correctly, after that its all network and branding and I think Oxbridge has a lot to offer in that area. Just a thought for what its worth :)

Hopefully this helps! Keep in touch, I think its great to network with people who are on similar journeys. Should be in NZ sometime early next year too, could possibly even catch up while I am over if your keen :).

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Hey jish,

Thanks for the reply! Sorry I only just got round to reading.

Watching the rugby final must've been interesting at your home ;) Good thing the AB's won aye? :p

Since I posted I've been accepted at LBS and waitlisted at INSEAD so I might end up at LBS without needing to choose in the end. However I'm still hoping INSEAD will offer me a place between now and when I'm due to make the decision to go to LBS.

Yep I'm bilingual in English and Mandarin. Plus I've a smattering of Italian and some French, though this went out the window when I learnt Italian! LBS requires a second language as well, but INSEAD requires a third so I was planning to take up French again since it would be a bit more useful than Italian.

I've been to Paris 4 times and I'm with you there. It doesn't really rate for me and not somewhere I'd like to live. However, if I went to INSEAD I was planning to spend more time on their Singapore campus. Additionally Fontainebleu isn't exactly Paris so that's a plus. What was the school like contrary to your initial expectations? Did you meet current INSEAD students and get to sit in on any classes? The biggest draw for me for INSEAD vs LBS has really been the people. All the INSEAD alumni whom I've reached out to when I was researching schools actually came back to me, and were so helpful, whereas I contacted so many LBS alumni and got 2 responses.

I can totally imagine that LBS would have a lot of the old boys club types. What was the school itself like and what were the students like? Does LBS have that air of internationalism as well even though I agree that no school probably does it better than INSEAD? The cost of living in London is horrendous...accommodation prices are more than what I currently pay for the mortgage on my house!! The millionaire daddy department is probably unable to help as those funds are currently paying for my younger sibling's education so I'm really hoping that I get a scholarship from LBS.

Any idea what the Oxbridge network is like in ANZ? My thought was that by the time I'm ready to return, I'd probably be using the LBS or INSEAD network to land my desired position. According to the LBS alumni who interviewed me, he said that in NZ quite a lot of people tend to confuse LBS with LSE, which he said wasn't necessarily a bad thing because LSE has a great rep as well. To be honest though, having been accepted to LBS I don't think I want to invest the time and energy to do applications to Oxbridge.

Which schools did you end up applying to?

Be great to meet up with you when you're in Auckland :) probably best to PM me on Linkedin and we'll tee up something: https://nz.linkedin.com/in/antoniayeo

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Hey Everyone,

I just returned a couple of weeks ago from travel in Europe. As a part of my trip I visited, LBS, INSEAD, Oxford Said, Cambridge Judge, IE Madrid, ESADE, IESE. I had either an interview with an adcom/admissions director or attended group information session and took a tour at every school I visited. As an Australia who had only accessed second hand information about these schools I was actually very surprised to see how many differences there were between them and to see how they approached different things. I have also found that while there is copious amounts of information about US schools for those looking at getting into Management Consulting there is not so much information comparing European schools with regards to opportunities for management consulting.

Just thought I would create a post to see if anyone is interested in having me share my experience as a way of contributing back to this forum and perhaps helping others who are looking for information about European schools. If enough people/anyone thinks it will be helpful I'll go to the bother of writing out my experience and perspective in comparing the schools.

A little about me to help determine if my perspective may be relevant or interesting for you.... First see advice-please-mba-in-europe-management-consulting-199143.html gives a bit of an overview of my work history etc. Basically to summarise I come from a Sales/Account Management background, I also have entrepreneurial experience. I want to study with the view to transition to management consulting working in Europe for a number of years and eventually return back to Australia. I am married with a newborn so family aspect is a very important aspect for me. I also have a long term interest in entrepreneurship so obviously asked lots of questions about that too.

Cheers,
Jish


Hi Jish,

Curious, how long did the tour take and what month did you go in? I am planning something similar but only to INSEAD and Oxford. I am still not sure about IESE.

Thank you :)

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Hey Everyone,

I just returned a couple of weeks ago from travel in Europe. As a part of my trip I visited, LBS, INSEAD, Oxford Said, Cambridge Judge, IE Madrid, ESADE, IESE. I had either an interview with an adcom/admissions director or attended group information session and took a tour at every school I visited. As an Australia who had only accessed second hand information about these schools I was actually very surprised to see how many differences there were between them and to see how they approached different things. I have also found that while there is copious amounts of information about US schools for those looking at getting into Management Consulting there is not so much information comparing European schools with regards to opportunities for management consulting.

Just thought I would create a post to see if anyone is interested in having me share my experience as a way of contributing back to this forum and perhaps helping others who are looking for information about European schools. If enough people/anyone thinks it will be helpful I'll go to the bother of writing out my experience and perspective in comparing the schools.

A little about me to help determine if my perspective may be relevant or interesting for you.... First see advice-please-mba-in-europe-management-consulting-199143.html gives a bit of an overview of my work history etc. Basically to summarise I come from a Sales/Account Management background, I also have entrepreneurial experience. I want to study with the view to transition to management consulting working in Europe for a number of years and eventually return back to Australia. I am married with a newborn so family aspect is a very important aspect for me. I also have a long term interest in entrepreneurship so obviously asked lots of questions about that too.

Cheers,
Jish


Hi Jish,

I would appreciate if you could tell me your experience at Cambridje, IESE and Oxford please.

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Hi guys,

sorry for the delayed response been offline for a while now as I already took the GMAT.

xyeek, will add you on linkedIn. Applying this week for Oxford, IESE, and cambridge. Prob wont go for LBS, couldn't afford it unless I got a full scholarship and I don't like my chances given i got 700 on GMAT. Also didn't seem best for my family situation. I'll keep you posted once I hear back after applying :).

Farrous, I traveled for 3 weeks and 2 days, but I had a 6 month old son with me and a mates wedding to attend, so obviously you could do it in far shorter time, just depends how much other travel you want to do while you are there. We went July-Aug, odd time to go for tours because you can't meet students (most are on holidays) or attend classes, that said you get to see a different side of the school and really get to know the staff a lot better (a least I presume). Basically allow 1 day per school. I did IESE and ESADE in one day, they are very close to each other it was manageable but still crammed, better to leave yourself more time rather than not enough. Holla if you need suggestions planning once you decide where you wanna go.

pepo, Oxford, Cambridge and IESE all impressed me beyond their rankings.

Cambridge is a beautiful town, the programme has smaller intakes and a much more intimate connected "hip" feel then any other schools I visited, its "cool" for want of a better word... My experience with admissions/ careers has been a bit hit and miss, I think they have a more fluid approach which has its pros and cons. good if you wanna connect with tech start ups from what I understand. I think the whole Stanford of UK/Europe thing is somewhat accurate (although I have never been to Stanford, lol), if I wanted to create a start up with a tech focus, I'd be there in a heartbeat, I think it would attract the right people for you to network with. I think its more of a niche school and I think its going to stay that way, which is cool if thats what you are looking for.

IESE is very international, with a Spanish/Latino focus. Great campus, really nice. Barcelona is awesome, would take living there over London, Paris/Fountainbleau. Really good exchange programs and internship options (somewhat expected from 2 year vs one year program). Other than its internationalism and dynamic nature its sort of what I would expect from a traditional US school (more rigid in processes, admission etc, case study method etc.). I would choose IESE over Oxbridge if I where in the situation where I knew I wanted to go international but I knew I needed time to figure things out and experiment a little.

Oxford town isn't quiet as nice as Cambridge I would say (from my short visits) but still very beautiful. SBS is very up and coming, I still think their ratings will come up a lot in the coming years as they are quiet new. Given their newness there seems to be a lot of change going on. New Dean is Ex Havard and I think he is pushing for them to compete in top 5, certainly 10. I asked the adcom staff what they hope to change or what they see as a weakness, his answer "rankings"... he then said, " I don't think we are currently where we should be..." very different to answers at other schools. staff have been immensely helpful, best interactions with staff among all the schools I visited. I expected both Oxford and Cambridge to be a little snooty (especially Oxford because I knew Cambridge was a little bit Stanfordish), neither were at all, Oxford surprised me a lot in how down to earth it was and yet how it maintained its history and prestige. certainly a good option if you are looking for a prestigious 1 year program.

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Welcome back online :) I wouldn't necessarily write off LBS as a 700 GMAT is decent considering that you're not from an over-represented group. It all depends on your application really for both admittance and scholarships. However if you feel like LBS doesn't quite suit your situation by all means apply to the ones that best fit though it would be nice to see you at LBS (I've decided to go to LBS instead of INSEAD in the end after several weeks of agonising over the decision).

Oxbridge and IESE are solid schools in Europe and since you're looking to pursue consulting as well in Europe, we might end up crossing paths in the UK :) All the best with those apps!

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Hi Jish!

Thanks a lot for all the information you shared! How was your visit, experience and opinions after visiting IE Madrid? I'm going to Madrid in December and I'm planning to visit the school.

Thanks a lot!

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