Living and working in a knowledge-based economy means that no serious professional can let the years go by without investing in his or her education. Yet if the knowledge-based, flexible economy makes Executive Programs so crucial, the abundance of Executive Programs on offer make choosing the right one for you very hard. This blogpost will help you understand the differences between an MBA and an EMBA and choose the program that really suits your ambitions.
Don’t despair: just present a flawless application. There are many valid reasons for someone to apply late for an MBA. Maybe there’ve been changes in your workplace that made you reconsider promotion prospects; maybe you’ve finally found that investor to finance the business venture you’ve been planning for so long.
Whatever the reason, many institutions now have “fast track” application processes to ensure that late applicants are still considered for their programs. Regardless, it’s always worth to try and get in a top MBA program – even if you’re a late applicant. To help you along that path, this blogpost addresses the must-dos for the early stages of a successful late application.
Taking an MBA is a major decision. Choosing the right MBA for you is sometimes even harder. There are many factors to consider when choosing a business school and an executive program. When you begin narrowing down your research, however, you mustn’t do it alone. Scheduling a meeting with professional counselors from your favorite program can help you dispel anxieties and gather useful information.
So, what should you ask them?
There are less than a dozen MBA programs available in Portugal. The fact that institutions in Lisbon chose to join efforts to create a competitive program naturally caused a smaller number of programs available – and a greater variety of programs. So, you must consider several factors before choosing which MBA in Portugal best suits your needs.
Lifelong education is no longer a luxury; it’s a necessity. It remains, however, a significant investment that must be carefully thought through. In absolute terms, executive programs can be quite expensive. Plus, you shouldn’t neglect the immediate impact attending one will have on your personal life. Ensure you talk to those around you about your plans: not only you’ll need their logistical and emotional support, but they’ll often prove themselves to be your best advisors.
Choosing the right business school and executive education program for you is difficult and you can easily get lost in the web. In this blogpost, we help you conduct a focused research with important and easy-to-follow guidelines.
Portugal offers international students excellent conditions both in terms of academic and living experiences. When considering taking an MBA, it’s important to bear in mind the quality of the programs on offer; the existence of conditions to ensure that you, as a student, will make the most of your time; and an overall living environment that is sustainable from the financial point of view, while providing you with social interaction and career advancement opportunities that will eventually make your investment worthwhile.
This blogpost covers Portugal’s added value regarding these factors.
The choice between an MBA and a Master’s degree is often a problem for students and professionals, but it’s a crucial one and the differences aren’t always obvious for potential applicants.