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New post 11 May 2018, 04:37
Hi All,

For a while now I have wanted to do an MBA but for different reasons from why I want to do it now.

Previously, I was only interested in pursuing an MBA to break into consulting. However, now the primary motivator behind pursuing an MBA is to work in Asia and primarily the Philippines.

My wife has recently moved to the Philippines to start Med school and I have been looking for work there albeit with limited success. I have a civil engineering background but I am working in management consulting in Australia and I think my struggles are sort of coming from the fact that although I am in consulting my firm is really only known in the local market.

And as such, I wanted to get the opinion of the community here on which MBA program they felt would give me the greatest possible chance in snagging a role in the Philippines that paid quite decently ($100k plus).

From my research INSEAD seems to be the most logical choice but I am also reluctant to put all my eggs in one basket.

I am open to any and all suggestions and happy to answer any questions.

Thanks team,
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New post 27 May 2018, 13:12
I think this is a great opportunity.
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New post 04 Jun 2018, 21:28
Hi,

Talking about schools in Asia I bet you might want to research about school in Singapore. It has several famous ones. Especially about the field of technology.
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New post 04 Jun 2018, 21:34
Hi there,

Yep I will definitely look into it! THanks for the advice.

haobv wrote:
Hi,

Talking about schools in Asia I bet you might want to research about school in Singapore. It has several famous ones. Especially about the field of technology.
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