Obvious attributes to consider would be the school? However, you should also consider some of the more intangible attributes associated with the business school. I am planning to apply to HEC Paris, Insead Abu Dubai, IESE, IE also Thanks Mauro, Can you please share some details 1.
Sure, the academic part of it is certainly important, but in many ways, the intangibles are just as important and often ignored. Does any body has any idea how much time they take. What is the acceptance rate, how many people apply and how many get admitted 2.
Thank you all for your tips, at the moment I am appling for the LBS, stuck with one essay..."Please qualify the content and scope of your management experience and/or exposure to decision making. If you get a call for interview what are your chances to get in 3.
How would this help you contribute effectively to the learning of your EMBA classmates? thanck you again ..:) Thank you all for your tips, at the moment I am appling for the LBS, stuck with one essay... did you apply to other EMBA programs also and got admitted?
My concern is that I do not know which one will be better for me, I know that Cass is well known for finance but is it good also for management??
and Warwick will be 90% online program which is something that I am not sure about..term of reputation which of the two is better known in the UK and holds more prestige?
-- Cass is, indeed, best known for finance but a whole month of the Dubai programme is on operations management.
There are people on the faculty like Man Mohan Sodhi and Ajay Bhalla who have been published in world class OM journals, at the very leading edge of the discipline.
thank you all for your help :) Take a look at: and Warwick are big schools, pretty good at everything.
Warwick is also good at finance, especially in its MSc and Ph D. On "the high street" Warwick is better known as a university.