There are many reasons why someone decides to study an MBA, however, the common denominator is to have a unique experience in a well known business school that will help you reach your long term goals. “Finding a position in the real world that can fulfil your personal, professional and financial objectives is quite a challenge. You have to focus your efforts and do it for the right reasons.” Miguel Suarez, International MBA prospective student for the November 2010 intake at IE Business School, comments in his post “How safe is an MBA” at the Financial Times MBA Blog.
Some important points to take into account when deciding to study an MBA are: rankings, program length, teaching methodology; including development of interpersonal skills, student profile, faculty members, option to customize the program such as: language courses, electives, long and short exchange programs, the opportunity to get a dual degree with other important institutions, internship options; and last but not least, the location of the campus.
Miguel Suarez, also explains in his blog post “Why I decided to go to IE Business School” at the Financial Times MBA Blog, some of the reasons mentioned above. Have a look!