The Guide to the Best European Business Schools

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McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Business & Economics - 223 pages
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Increased globalization has spurred a tremendous interest in European business schools that offer MBA programs. To remain competitive in today's increasingly global marketplace, today's recruiters are scrambling for cross-cultural managers, and students are targeting European business schools for their MBAs in unprecedented numbers. Yet this new wave of global managers has had no way to judge which schools were the best-until now.

The Guide to the Best European Business Schools provides prospective graduate students with accurate rankings and profiles of Europe's top business schools, rated by the people who know them best -- recent graduates. The Guide covers each school's program, curriculum, location, admissions standards, and teaching methods. It also features a ranking of the top twenty European business schools, tips on how to get into the best European MBA programs, and crucial information on the top fifty runners up.

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Contents

RANKING THE MBA PROGRAMS
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EUROPES TOP 20 MBA PROGRAMS
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SUCCESS STORIES INTERVIEWS WITH GRADUATES
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About the author (2000)

Managing Director of Cox Communications Consultants GmbH which has been studying and surveying European MBA programs for almost fifteen years.

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