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The Best MBA Programs in Spain

The ultimate guide to Spain’s best full-time MBA programs. Compare Spain’s top MBA programs head-to-head and get the inside scoop from Admissions Directors and students.

The Best MBA Programs in Germany

The ultimate guide to Germany’s best full-time MBA programs. Compare Germany’s top MBA programs head-to-head and get the inside scoop from Admissions Directors and students.

The Best MBA Programs in France

The ultimate guide to France’s best full-time MBA programs. Compare the France’s top MBA programs head-to-head and get the inside scoop from Admissions Directors and students.

#41 Manchester Business School MBA Admissions Talk with Elaine Ferneley “Our program is practice-based”

Professor Elaine Ferneley, MBA Director at Manchester Business School, joined the show to share more about the Manchester MBA, located in Manchester, UK.

They don’t call it “practice-based” for nothing. Manchester MBAs are required to do 3 live consultancy projects – requiring over 600 client facing hours – over the 18 month program. This way all students get substantial experience working for big name companies before they graduate – and many end up with jobs at these organizations.

#37 IESE MBA Admissions Q&A with Anjaney Borwankar “We’re a mission driven organization”

Can an MBA really develop “global leaders you can trust?” This week I sat down with Anjaney Borwankar, Director of Corporate Develpment, SE Asia, to discuss how IESE MBA strives to fulfill this mission through its global makeup and case-study pedagogy.

Anjan is an IESE MBA alumni, and plays an active role on the program’s Admissions Committee and Career Services teams. We had an illuminating discussion about what makes IESE unique, the admissions process, and why candidates should see the IESE MBA as a launching pad for a global career – not just one in Spain. You’ll get some great tips here on what the school is looking for. Hint: it’s not the GMAT.

#30 How to Improve Your Chances of Getting In

Over the past 6 months, I’ve had over 20 MBA Admissions Directors on the Touch MBA Podcast. I’ve asked all of them, “What would you advise candidates to improve their chances of admissions?”

This is what they told me.

Here are 10 actionable tips you can use right away to boost your admissions and scholarship chances at your target business schools.

#29 Warwick Business School MBA Admissions Q&A with Dr. Michael Shulver

Joining the show this week is Dr. Michael Shulver, Assistant Dean of Generalist Masters Programmes at Warwick University in the UK. Michael was formerly an engineer in the Royal Air Force before getting his MBA and PhD from Warwick.

Michael is a straight shooter and offers a truly insider’s perspective on how admissions selects candidates and awards scholarships. As a faculty member, he also shares a lot of insight into Warwick’s academic offerings.

#26 Inside the INSEAD MBA with Viet Le Quoc ’13

What is it really like to be an MBA student at INSEAD?

The best way to learn about a school is to talk to students and alumni. For those of you who don’t know anyone from INSEAD, this conversation may be the next best thing.

#17 “Work hard, play hard, go far!” – INSEAD MBA Q&A with Mr. Andrew Bueno

Mr. Andrew Bueno, Assistant Director of Marketing, INSEAD MBA Program, joined the show to share more about the program’s international nature, admissions process, and scholarship and career opportunities. What emerges is a “must-consider” program for those looking to turbo-boost their international exposure and placement opportunities. Listen on for much, much more!

#13 Insider Tips for Applying to INSEAD with Ms. Caroline Diarte Edwards

Applying to INSEAD? Then you must listen to this week’s episode. Caroline Diarte Edwards was Director of Admissions for INSEAD’s MBA program for 7 years, from 2005-2012. She joins the show to talk in depth about INSEAD’s 4 admissions criteria (academic capacity, international capacity, leadership potential, ability to contribute), and what applicants can do if they are weak in any of these areas.

#11 Cambridge MBA Admissions Q&A with Mr. James Barker

This week Mr. James Barker, MBA Admissions Coordinator, Judge Business School, the University of Cambridge, joined the show to talk about the Cambridge MBA, a practical and entrepreneurial program at the heart of one of the world’s leading universities.

#7 Rotterdam (RSM) MBA Admissions Q&A with Mr. Bart Scheenaard

I recently spoke with Mr. Bart Scheenaard, MBA Marketing & Admissions Manager for the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. Bart emphasized the international nature of the program (40 different nationalities in a 140 student class) and the Netherlands, a progressive and business-friendly country where most business is conducted in English. Rotterdam MBA graduates also benefit from a great visa arrangement where they can stay in the Netherlands for one year to find a job.

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