Think of a degree from a leading business school in Europe as a launching pad that will beam you up to new professional heights faster than you can say “Scotty”. Whether you enter a new industry or continue exploring the sector in which you work, rest assured that an MBA sets you up for a career with a wide range of international employers across the continent.
You’ve made the decision to apply for an MBA – congratulations! Now, you’ve just got to get through the admissions process. You’ll need to complete an application form, write an essay and come for an interview. You’ll also have to sit an admissions test. For many of our Full-Time MBA students, this is the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test).
When you decide to take an Executive MBA, you’re making a huge investment in your future. You’re also deciding to invest significant time, money and energy. This is the advice our current participants have, if you’re considering an EMBA right now.
Behzad Samii, the director of the Executive MBA at Vlerick Business School in Brussels, tells us what the programme has to offer to potential participants, and to expats in particular.
You’ve decided to boost your career by pursuing an MBA. It’s a big decision and a significant investment of both your time and your money, so the temptation is to choose a programme in a big city or a major country. Well, think again. Belgium – a small country with a modest-sized capital – should be high on your list of places to study for an MBA.
Today’s business world is full of exciting stories and challenges. People from many different backgrounds and sectors are redefining organisations, models and expectations. So how will an MBA prepare you to succeed in this world? How will it propel you to even greater heights?