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06 Apr 2012, 15:15
What are your gut reactions on the following Global Executive MBA programs out there. Specifically which of these would you choose if you could, or otherwise think of most highly. Rank them if you like.

I do mean your raw thoughts. How each rates in your mind compared to the others and MBA programs in general.

Please leave the "it depends on what you want" answers behind. (I do know that.)

Booth EMBA (Booth in Chicago, Singapore, and London)
OneMBA (UNC, EGAD, CUHK, RSM, FGV-EAESP)
EMBA-Global Asia (Columbia, LBS, HKU)
EMBA-Global Americas & Europe (Columbia, LBS)
Trium (Stern, HEC, LSE)
IE & Brown
Kellogg & HKUST

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06 Apr 2012, 15:54
As always, depends on what you want.

At first glance, from a global recognition standpoint, my gut reaction would say Columbia first, then Booth, then Stern, then UNC

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06 Apr 2012, 17:02
Thanks for the post Gmatpill.

Given that you are identifying only some of the programs listed, and even those you only identify by the most prestigious US school involved in that program, do you mean to say that you believe that such joint global programs do not exceed their highest rated component school?

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13 Apr 2012, 06:47
Hello???

Really GMAT Clubbers???

2 measly votes and only 1 weakly written response.

Whats up with that!

You can do better.

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Re: GEMBA??   [#permalink] 13 Apr 2012, 06:47
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