I have this feeling that whoever applies to Stern’s EMBA gets through it... anyone else feels this way here? Disclaimer: Stern is a great school, I know. Just sharing my curiosity
Just finished Fuqua Global EMBA and Columbia/LBS EMBA-Global Americas & Europe applications. Yale, Booth, Wharton, Sloan, and Darden left. I’m already feeling completely drained. How to go on?
Anyone applying to/currently enrolled/completed Cornell’s Metro NYC EMBA? I just got accepted and I’m looking to connect with anyone who’s gone that route.
Took Executive assessment today and got a score of 161 (IR -12/ Verbal -11/ Quant -18). Is this good enough for Berkley Haas EMBA ?
Anyone from Deloitte knows if the firm sponsors EMBA partially or fully? Also, what support firm provides for weekend / Friday classes?
I got an offer for the 2020 intake at IE Brown EMBA program plus a 30k scholarship. Which leaves me $100k left. Already have a Master in mgmt from top UK uni. 7 yoe in consulting. Should I do it?
Wondering if people think an emba is still worth it for a 34 year old. I already have a masters degree - main purpose would just be a resume boost from a top tier program. Thoughts?
I already have an MBA from India but to get a US Univ Brand on my resume I’m looking to pursue an EMBA course, please let me know your thoughts if it improves chances in getting role elevation?
Has anyone considered Executive Masters program instead of EMBA? For example the one from Brown University for Tech and Innovation?
How important is a 700+ score on GMAT for M7 schools? With 11 years of solid consulting experience, currently SM, but abysmal GPA (~2.5)
Not trying to matriculate into a top 5 school, but let's talk accredidation. Does an MBA not have weight to it if the school isn't lets say, AACSB accredited but is still accreditated, i.e. SACSCOC?