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MBA Reviews

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HEC Paris reviewed by obro k
4.5/5

HEC's MBA program has become very well known internationally, which is clear from its steady climb in the rankings.

The HEC's network of alumni is an extremely useful way of giving...Read review

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UC Berkeley (Haas) reviewed by Cafza
4/5

Coming from a business development and engineering background, I had never worked in consulting prior to coming to Haas. But many of my classmates had worked at the leading consulting firms and helped...Read review

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UC Berkeley (Haas) reviewed by Ilya
4.5/5

At Haas, I learned that being an entrepreneur isn't just about starting a company. It's also about running it and making it successful. In addition to classes focusing on entrepreneurship,...Read review

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NYU (Stern) reviewed by HengChen
5/5

When getting my MBA, I wanted an education and an experience. As an international student coming from China to live in the US for the first time, I was interested in learning about the culture, the people...Read review

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INSEAD reviewed by ES
5/5

INSEAD is a life changer, it is not just about the program, but about a whole experience in which you are inmersed in a cocktail of culture, background and thinking diversity.Read review

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The Open University reviewed by Steph
4/5

The MBA modules I've undertaken have each included monthly tutorials (usually on a Saturday) a residential school (long weekend) and some on-line interaction. I've not done the pure online version...Read review

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