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Executive MBA: Stanford Msx vs MIT SLOAN FELLOWS PROGRAM

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New post 28 Sep 2017, 09:43
Dear all,

I´m 34, Senior Manager in Accenture (Multiple countries in Latin America) with 11 years of working experience, planning to move to US in Accenture or in a Strategy Consulting firm (not MBB).

I´m planning to apply to a full-time kind of EMBA in 2018, mainly deciding between Stanford Msx and MIT SLOAN FELLOWS PROGRAM.

My main doubts are:
1) What are the typical career benefits and career upgrades in the market after these programs (when comparing to typical part-time EMBA programs)?
2) What are the probabilities of establishing afterwards in the US market?
3) What are the typical GMAT score range for these programs (Stanford Msx states around 700, but there is no info for MIT)?
4) What are the typical things that the admin board in these programs is looking for in a candidate?
5) Just as a matter of curiosity, but except for Stanford and MIT, I believe that all other top 10 schools in US and Europe (mainly INSEAD and LBS) are not full-time programs. Am I wrong?

Many thanks in advance
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