Posted by - praveen305 - on 24 October 2012 - 11:07am
hi,i have completed my bachelors in computer science and looking to do Masters in management ,but i m kinda confused on selecting the right school,my choices areLBS,IE,HECESADE ,i heard about the immersion programme given in ESADE for students from non business background.(impressed)The LBS placement results were impressive , but they don't provide any dual degrees as in HEC or IE.As i my UG is from non business background, i felt having a dual degree like MIM & MIF (or any equivalent) would benefit my CV and knowledge indeed .I also like to know which school provides more practical knowledge, and better internship opportunities.
Posted by - praveen305 - on 24 October 2012 - 7:30pm
Tanks for the reply , indeed alumnus are the best source , btw what is the general view of London business school MIM program, I dint c it rated in FT Rankings either , but the placement report and their testimonials sound good , anyways thanks again :)
Posted by - Thomas Graf - on 25 October 2012 - 12:36am
I wouldn't take the MIM Ranking too serious.
Of course it provides a good orientation among the ranked schools and for them it's actually great. But if a school of program is not ranked this doesn't mean that there is a lack of quality.
MIM programs need to fulfill minimum criteria to become eligible for the ranking. For instance, they need to be running for three years (as far as I know). An example is the IE Business School Master in Management. It wasn't ranked for three years and now it achieved immediately position 6.
In our interview with Martin Boehm from IE, he explains the situation of not being ranked and still offer a high quality program quite well.
The London Business School is a top school and internationally recognized. Therefore, I wouldn't have any doubt on the quality of their Master in Management.
Posted by - Thomas Graf - on 24 October 2012 - 4:30pm
you already have selected a great list of schools. And you have defined your criteria already:
Well done! What I would do next is:
WIth these answers you should be able to finalize your shortlist of about 3 Master in Management programs where you finally apply.
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