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martes, 30 de agosto de 2011

The Middle East is trying to become an MBA "hotspot"...

For financial services employers in the Middle East, when compared with the CFA qualification, the MBA  has traditionally taken a "backstage" role in recruitment processes. However, this trend is starting to reverse as recently MBA's are beginning to gain reputation, slowly catching up the CFA’s status.

Over the last five years, several top business schools such as INSEAD, HEC Paris or the London Business School have launched EMBA programs in the region, hoping that companies in the region will moreover realize the importance of  an integral managerial education. These MBA programs aren't in any case dirt cheap, but they offer what a CFA can’t, skills beyond the technical.

It is early to say how the MBA's in the region will develop. However, the reputation of the programs taught in the region is growing, either because of the quality of the programs is increasing or because they offer a deep  understanding of how business is done in the Middle East.

lunes, 11 de julio de 2011

MBA + Wealth Management. All in one proposition.


Those with an extensive business experience but interested in advancing into a career in private banking and wealth management should take a look to the new executive program from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University.

Carnegie Mellon has partnered with the HEC Lausanne, and the Swiss Finance Institute to offer the International Dual-Degree Executive MBA Program in Asset and Wealth Management.

As increasing complexity and uncertainty in international financial markets and intensified demands from the financial services clients continue to create new challenges for asset and wealth managers, this Dual-Degree Program is offered to help an extend group of professionals to address these issues.

The program will be hosted in the United States and Switzerland, it’s spread over 20 months and graduates will receive an Executive MBA in asset and wealth management from the Tepper School of Business and an Executive MBA in asset and wealth management from HEC Lausanne, the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Lausanne.

For more information about this new program, please visit the program's website.

lunes, 4 de julio de 2011

New Bradford-Perugia MBA to start this september


So far, Italy hasn't been a natural market for MBA's, apart from prestigious programs like Bocconi's MBA or Politecnico's MBAthere is an absence of a wide array of accredited programs or programs delivered in English.


However, we are starting to see a change in the panorama, as the UK's University of Bradford School of Management and Italy's University of Perugia are launching a new joint MBA program in Spoleto, Italy beginning in September 2011. This new, 12-month, full-time program will be taught by faculty from both schools, but mainly based on the Bradford full-time MBA.

An interesting characteristic of the program is the possibility to do an internship at the end of the program, profiting from the University of Perugia's industry contacts in Italy.

For more information, please visit the program website.

 
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