Forum: School selection (4 Comments)
master in one year
Posted by - kankayim - on 29 April 2014 - 2:19pm
Hi, I am interested in a one year master program. As far as I know it is recommended to go Holland or Great Britain.
I am from Germany and will finish this summer my bachelor with an average of aprox. 1.5.
Which schools can you recommend? Which universities still accept applications?
Posted by - heebamartin - on 14 August 2014 - 8:46am
Class of 2013, MIB Hult London
Hult has been an amazing experience. Dream has come true to have friends from around the globe.
Students: Hult truly has international students and all of them have different experience. Here students can share their Reviews at Hult Review
Professors: Professors are really good and experienced. They shared some of their experience in class
Guest Speakers: It has given understanding of the world. Some have big names such has Sir Bob Geld of, Marshall Goldsmith, than a speaker from Burberry and Marketing Director of Pepsi co.
Campus: London was my home campus and San Francisco is Module D and E campus. London has ore international students than San Francisco campus. San Francisco is more of Asian campus. It has more students than London campus. Hult stuff are friendly and helpful from starting to end. I sometimes feel that’s fees is overpriced but when I think about locations, ranking which the Hult as in Financial Times and The Economist .Than in that way worth it it.
Posted by - heebamartin - on 13 August 2014 - 11:07am
Hult is a world’s most international business school. It has maintained a top position in the world rankings. Where Students can feel free were open to learn and share their knowledge. This feeling of friendship and camaraderie made the environment easy to learn in—there is always someone open to helping, teaching, or sharing. Best part is that students can share about their hult experience from Hult Review
Posted by - Thomas Graf - on 29 April 2014 - 4:04pm
have you read my MIM ebook already? If not, I recommend to start with this. It provides the fundamentals of finding and choosing Masters in Management and it provides tools to assess the quality of programs.
By Thomas Graf