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Evaluating Executive MBAs

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New post 21 Jan 2016, 02:18
Hi,

I wanted to know what is your opinion for the following MBA programs (online+F2F) on the following parameters:

Execcutive/Online/Part-time MBA Program
Chicago Booth
INSEAD
Columbia BS + London BS + HK Uni.
Kelloggs + HKUST
IE Exec MBA
IE Global MBA
Strathclyde MBA (part-time)
Warwick MBA (part-time)
UNC Online MBA

I've included a preliminary analysis in the attached table.

I meet the admissions criteria for attending all of the mentioned program.

Please do provide me your views on the same.

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That is a relatively accurate analysis. Students have great experiences at those schools so determining the best for you really depends on your profile and goals.

What are your stats (undergrad school / GPA and GMAT if you took it)?

Work experience: company, role and years of exp?

Extra-currics?

Post-MBA goals and regional interest?

Feel free to reach out if you would like to discuss your profile and how I can help you with your applications. Scott@personalmbacoach.com

Good luck!

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What are your stats (undergrad school / GPA and GMAT if you took it)?
Bachelor and Master in management studies
Above average grades in quantitative subjects

Work experience: company, role and years of exp?
11 years within marketing research and analytics function have worked with global brand names

Extra-currics?
Have won competitions and awards both at work and while completing management education

Post-MBA goals and regional interest?
Advance career within the existing company (annual sales of over US$30 billion).

Looking to become a top management executive in a Fortune 100 company within the next 10 years or if things work out become an entrepreneur

Presently I'm working in a country of which I don't have a citizenship and fairly open to working in major business cities in Asia, Europe or US.

Currently not looking to work in South America or Middle East and Africa

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Thanks for the details. I would need a bit more to go on in order to advise specific schools. Perhaps contact me privately if you don't wish to disclose everything.

You can likely target top schools, though I would want to know specific undergrad school and GPA as well as specific role and company now.

Thanks!

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