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I have finished my bank training 2001 and currently i am employed at the bank in Frankfurt/Germany. I am going to take courses for the BA(Hons) Business Studies degree. After I was awarded I would like to continue with the MBA programm. But since I am planning on moving to the USA - it should be an internationally or in the USA acknowledged programm. I would really appreciate if you could give me some information on the MBA programms your School offers and the recognition of the degree.
Dear Sirs,
My name is Julia, 21 years old and I would like to ask you the following question. I have finished my bank training 2001 and currently i am employed at the bank in Frankfurt/Germany. I am going to take courses for the BA(Hons) Business Studies degree. After I was awarded I would like to continue with the MBA programm. But since I am planning on moving to the USA - it should be an internationally or in the USA acknowledged programm. I would really appreciate if you could give me some information on the MBA programms your School offers and the recognition of the degree.

Sincerely yours
Julia


Answer from Said Business School:

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Dear Julia

Thank you for your e-mail. One of our entry requirements is at least two years work experience. Please visit www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/mba for more information.

Best wishes
Alison
Answer from Cranfield:

Dear Julia

Cranfield was accredited by the US-based International Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) at the beginning of this year. This accreditation is well known in the US. In addition, Cranfield was one of only four UK Schools included in this year's US Business Week Ranking of MBA programmes.

The MBA programme is also accredited by AMBA (UK) and EQUIS (Europe).

Maureen Williams (Mrs)
Senior Marketing Executive

Answer from Warwick Business School:

Hi Julia

Thanks for your enquiry. You will need to look for MBA programmes that are accredited by the US-based AACSB International - the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Warwick has this accreditation, and was the first UK Business School to gain accreditation by all three premier international management education bodies (the AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS).

However, I should point out that from the details you have provided, it sounds like you wouldn't meet our minimum of 3 (or 4 for part-time study) years managerial, post-graduate work experience. The MBA programme is not recommended for recent graduates, but is instead intended to build on your existing management skills and business experience.

I hope that this helps you with your future plans.

Regards
Rachel Killian
MBA Marketing and Recruitment Manager

Answer from Manchester Business School:

Dear Julia

Thank you for your recent MBA enquiry to us here at Manchester Business School.

We specialise in MBA programmes. Our main programme is the Full Time MBA. This is an 18 month programme covering the main business disciplines and offering internships and exchange opportunities and starts every September. The Full Time MBA offers a wealth of opportunities, strengthened by our unique approach to learning called the 'Manchester Method' - 'learning through implementation' and 'live projects'.

MBA Admissions Criteria.........

Regarding admission, please visit our website under www.man.ac.uk. All applicants to the Full Time MBA are required to fulfil this criteria before submitting their application.

The MBA Admissions team will be happy to receive MBA Full TIme applications from 1st October 2002 onwards.

The fees for the Full Time September 2003 entry are: £24,000 for EU residents and £28,000 for international applicants. These are paid in various instalments over the 18 month programme.

The other MBA offered here at Manchester Business School:

- The Executive MBA - part time. Start dates in January April and September. Takes between 2.5 years to 5 years to complete, with 30 weeks of study per year.

- The MBA in Entreprenuership - part time. Flexible start dates. A programme that offers a viable alternative for owner managers and entrepreneurs who have traditionally believed that they do not have the time to study for an MBA, but wish to develop their management skills.

- Distance Learning MBAs - a Financially focused MBA and an MBA for Engineering Business Managers - www.mbs.ifm.ac.uk

For information regarding the other departments and courses run within the University of Manchester please view www.man.ac.uk

I hope this information is a useful introduction to what we offer here at Manchester Business School - please do contact me if you require further details.

Best Regards
Louise

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