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One Year fulltime MBA program in Asia.

Nov 05, 2008 06:43

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Hello,
Pls advice, best one year MBA program in asia.
I got 11 Year's of experience in Operations and want to get in to business schools preferably in HK,Singapore,Australia..

Laxman,
Hello, Pls advice, best one year MBA program in asia. I got 11 Year's of experience in Operations and want to get in to business schools preferably in HK,Singapore,Australia.. Laxman,

ramdi

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Nov 05, 2008 06:55

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Insead in Singapore should be your top choice.
Closer to home, how about PGPX at IIMA?
Insead in Singapore should be your top choice. Closer to home, how about PGPX at IIMA?

Nov 05, 2008 07:21

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thanks ramdi,.
I worked in china for about 5 Year.

thought to enhance my understanding about business

practice in china by doing MBA either in HK or SG.

Venu.
thanks ramdi,. I worked in china for about 5 Year. thought to enhance my understanding about business practice in china by doing MBA either in HK or SG. Venu.

ramdi

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Nov 05, 2008 10:06

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Yes, that is why I suggested Insead.
Join their campus in Singapore and you'd be close to the region. In fact, your interest is pretty common (exposure to China) and that was one major reason for Insead to open a campus in this part of the world.
HKUST also allows you to complete their programme in one year (see the conditions on their site). Also, NUS MBA is heavily into China though they have a 16 month programme (and class demography is notoriously young :-).
And if you are really so interested in business in China, why not to take an MBA programme in China? By the way, do you speak Mandarin?
Yes, that is why I suggested Insead. Join their campus in Singapore and you'd be close to the region. In fact, your interest is pretty common (exposure to China) and that was one major reason for Insead to open a campus in this part of the world. HKUST also allows you to complete their programme in one year (see the conditions on their site). Also, NUS MBA is heavily into China though they have a 16 month programme (and class demography is notoriously young :-). And if you are really so interested in business in China, why not to take an MBA programme in China? By the way, do you speak Mandarin?

Nov 06, 2008 07:29

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Hello,
Thanks for the insight, Although INSEAD asia compus seems to be good fit , tution expenses beyond my budget.

Yes, I do speak little mandarin enough to manage my daily need's but not business communication.

Im not aware of any good business schools in PRC offering one year MBA program.

any suggestion ?.

Venu.
Hello, Thanks for the insight, Although INSEAD asia compus seems to be good fit , tution expenses beyond my budget. Yes, I do speak little mandarin enough to manage my daily need's but not business communication. Im not aware of any good business schools in PRC offering one year MBA program. any suggestion ?. Venu.

Nov 27, 2008 11:36

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Why dont you try James Cook University Singapore's MBA Programme? It's also taken for a year, trimester based. The course fees are pretty reasonable too.
Why dont you try James Cook University Singapore's MBA Programme? It's also taken for a year, trimester based. The course fees are pretty reasonable too.

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