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Deciding on an Executive MBA (EMBA)

Date Added: December 03, 2012 08:20:21 AM
Author: Jenn Wood
Category: Business: Education and Training
By Jenn Wood, Temple University Singapore ( Needless to say, when selecting an Executive MBA program a person looks at a wide variety of criteria. First, which program format best fits my lifestyle? If a program requires a week away every other month and your job/life can't accommodate that…then it's not the right program. If a program requires extensive travel and you need to be in the region for work or family reasons…then it's not the right program for you. The good news is there are lots of different formats and your first order of business is to decide which one best suits you. Answering this first question is half the challenge in selecting an Executive MBA. Knowing which format works for you, means you can quickly identify 10 schools. Next, you can narrow the 10 programs down to five using the Financial Times rankings. Now comes the biggest question…how much can you afford to spend on an Executive MBA and still feed yourself? Crunch the numbers and find the best three schools within your price range. Now comes the fun part…go see the classes in action, meet current students and meet the professors. See exactly what the programs have to offer you. And then make a choice. You won't regret investing in yourself and your view of the world will be forever changed.
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