MBA in Europe : Affordability matters
For those seeking a truly global experience and a standard business degree—without shelling out quite as big a fortune—Europe has become an MBA mecca.
On other side when it comes to a master’s degree in business administration, the United States boasts 5 of the world’s top 10 business schools. But they are very very expensive and even more difficult to get in – meeting the top ranked academic merit and professional caliber.
When it comes to value for money, U.S. programs fall to the bottom of the Financial Times’s 2013 ranking of full-time MBA programs, largely because they take two years to complete, while yearlong programs are common in Europe. Tuition and fees for a top full-time U.S. MBA program can leave you with a debt of US $120 000. Total costs for Europe’s finest—the programs at London Business School and France’s INSEAD—are about $85 000 and $72 000, respectively.
It is reported that the European business schools offer a truly international experience, invaluable in today’s business world. Roughly 90 percent of students in top European schools come from abroad, compared with 35 to 40 percent for U.S. programs. European schools believe that a mixed international cohort makes for a better learning experience and better reflects international business.
When you’re looking for that perfect study abroad destination, there is one factor that is often pivotal to whether or not you can study there; the cost. Not just the cost of tuition fees, but also how much things like rent and transport will cost you.
In Europe- with more than thirty countries to choose from, you are guaranteed to find a university or college at the best fee. If you have to compare the prices of tuition fees and living costs of every country, then it would be quite a difficult task. To make the process simple, you can take the comparison procedure into two parts of Western and Eastern Europe. The countries located on the western part of the continent are wealthier than their eastern counterparts, and hence, hints at greater living costs. In the Eastern part, you can explore the magnificent educational opportunities of Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic and many more.
MBAs in Czech Republic
In Europe Czech Republic, Prague in particular , has been named as one of the most popular MBA study destination in recent years .Prague has got world’s leading finance and banking centres and other regions of the Czech Republic have excellent opportunities in the services industry. This reflects Czech business schools’ international reputation not only for a rigorous academic approach but for high salaries and excellent job opportunities after graduating.
Czech Republic in Europe is home to number of world class institutions.Czech Republic offers quality education and research, especially in Business,Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. About one-third of Czech students study economics, finance or IT. The Charles University in Prague was founded in 1348 and is the oldest university in the Central Europe. Quality assurance of various activities of higher education institutions belongs to the main priorities of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.
Czech College is an English-language privately managed college based in Prague, in Czech Republic. The college offers diplomas and degree programs in business, international management, finance, marketing, entrepreneurship and operations management.
Although some nickname Czech Republic as Switzerland of the Eastern Europe, the costs of living in Czech Republic are among the cheapest in the Central and Eastern European countries so the life is thus more affordable.
Also all our programmes ranging one 1 year t0 2 years are very affordable .See the fees section here.
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