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How to Choose a business school?
Two-year or one-year MBA
The advantages of
one-year program. As I
said, tuition fees and living expense for a one-year MBA as well as
the loss of income to make up later are significantly lower than for a
two-year MBA. It's an indisputable advantage given the high cost of MBAs.
Also, two years seem to be
forever for some people who think they are too old and don't want to
waste two years doing an MBA.
The disadvantages of one-year
program. For many students, not enough time to choose the career you're
going to pursue after your MBA. On the other hand, spending two years on a
campus really helps you discover and build friendships with some of the
people you meet. Some will be people you can depend on long after you have
your MBA degree in hand.
schools that provide one year
University of Florida
University of Notre Dame
A European or U.S. MBA
experience. Going abroad gives you the chance to spend one to two years in
a new country. Whatever your area of work after your MBA, you will
certainly encounter people from around the world, so spending a few years
in a new cultural and, perhaps, linguistic environment can prove to be a
valuable experience. Therefore, if you are living in United States, you
may consider a Western European MBA.
Actually, a degree from one of the best American MBA programs is a
passport to work in the country of your choice not only in United States,
but also in Europe, Asia, South America or other areas. If you'd like to
welcome new workplace upon graduation, an American MBA is definitely the
Money Matter. In general,
pursuing an MBA in Europe is much cheaper than in United States. On
average, one year of tuition fees in Europe costs $ 24,000, whereas these
costs now often rise above $ 36,000 for American MBAs. Also, most European
top programs are one-year, and this will save you about 40% amount of
money if you study in the States.
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