06ESADE

Information about 06ESADE

Published on April 30, 2008

Author: Ulisse

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Slide1:  Full Time MBA Programs 2006/07 Slide2:  ESADE - Barcelona 1 “The Full Time MBA has opened up new paths in my personal and professional development” Claudia Castellanos, Colombia Key Account Manager, Danone Italy Barcelona:  Barcelona 2 hours by plane to over 10 European capitals Population 2 million 1992 Olympic Games Barcelona:  Barcelona Barcelona:  Barcelona Slide6:  Business School University ESADE Institution Slide7:  ESADE in the rankings Business Week - MBA, October 2006 7th best business school in the world and 4th in Europe The Wall Street Journal - MBA, September 2006 Best business school worldwide Financial Times - University Programmes, September 2006 11th best Master in Management Sciences in Europe Financial Times - MBA, January 2006 27th best business school in the world and 10th in Europe Beyond Grey Pinstripes - MBA, October 2005 2nd worldwide MBA on Issues of Social Stewardship Slide8:  The MBA Programs 2 “We come from over 30 different countries. Although we have different cultural backgrounds and speak different languages, here we are like one big family” Jin Peng, China Full Time MBA ’04 Business Analyst, Roca Slide9:  ESADE MBA Programs September 2006 – March 2008 Dual Language Program First year in English or Spanish Last 6 months bilingual International Experience Exchange Program Double Degree Program Summer Internship National or international Specialization More than 80 electives Entrepreneurship April 2006 – March 2007 Entirely in English Spanish language lessons included International focus Global Residency Weeks Specialization More than 50 electives Entrepreneurship Slide10:  Who are they for? Slide11:  18-month MBA / Class of 2006 Nationalities... Spain 30% Europe 22% Latin America 30% North America 11% Asia & others 7% Slide12:  Professional Background Industry 28% Consulting 25% Financial Services 22% Public Management 9% Transportation/Logistics 6% Sales/distribution 5% Other services 5 % 18-month MBA / Class of 2006 Slide13:  One Year MBA / Class of 2006 Nationalities... Europe 53% Latin America 19% North America 14% Asia & others 14% Slide14:  One Year MBA / Class of 2006 Slide15:  Curriculum and Methodology 3 “You learn from your teammates, you learn from your professors, from real life experiences brought to discussion with top executives” Eurico Cruvinel, Brazil Full Time MBA ‘05 Slide16:  Curriculum 18-month MBA Year 1 Septiembre / Diciembre Enero / Junio Year 2 September / Pre-term Oct-Dec / General Management and Environment Jan-Mar / Integrating Strategy with Business Functions Apr-Jun / Global Management Summer Term / Experiential Learning Sept-Mar Personalized Program (electives, exchanges, double degree, entrepreneurship,..) August / Intensive Spanish Slide17:  18-Month International Options Exchange Program (more than 65 Bschools around the world) + electives at ESADE Double Degree with: Goizueta Business School (Emory), Atlanta, Georgia, US McCombs School of Business, U. Of Texas at Austin, US WSOM, Case Western Reserve, Cleveland, Ohio, US Thunderbird, Garvin School of Management, Arizona, US Universidad de Adolfo Ibañez, Chile ITAM, Mexico EGADE, ITESM, Mexico ESAN, Peru Global Residency Weeks at Georgetown University/ Babson College in the USA or BiMBA in Bejing, China + electives at ESADE (Specialization/Entrepreneurship) Slide18:  Curriculum One Year MBA Slide19:  One Year Electives Phase Term 4 Corporate Finance in Emerging Markets Measuring Business Performance Corporate Level Strategy + Electives Term 5 Geopolitics Agile Supply Chain Brand Management + Electives Global Residency Weeks in either Georgetown University/ Babson College or BiMBA (Bejing) in September Business School Professors:  Business School Professors Methodology:  Methodology Cooperative MBA Participative methodology Case discussion and management simulations Development of leadership skills (LEAD) Presentations/meetings with managers Teamwork “...a school is not a factory. Its raison d’être is to provide opportunity for experience.” - James Lloyd Carr, The Harpole Report Slide22:  Career Services and Networking 4 “The CRC has become an essencial reference throughout the job search process” Régis Calmes, France Full Time MBA ’04 Sales Manager, Phillips France Career Services:  Career Services The Career Services professionals work with each participant to identify his/her professional objectives and design action plans to achieve these objectives. Career Services organize the following events: Finance and Consulting Day (October) Career Services Forum (January) Corporate overviews Market Overviews On-campus interviews Networking Events Career Workshops Career Services:  Career Services Career Resource Center, which puts necessary job-search tools within reach of participants Databases Company registers Videoconference facilities Interview rooms CV Online MBA Careers:  MBA Careers Slide26:  Placement Statistics Management: 24,3% Consulting: 17,5% Marketing/Sales: 36,4% Finance: 19% Accounting: 1,4% Others: 1,4% Functional Areas Geographical Areas Spain: 39,8% Western Europe: 28,9% Eastern Europe: 2,4% Latin America: 20,5% North America: 4,8% Middle East & Africa: 2,4% Asia: 1,2% Alumni Association:  Alumni Association Career orientation Alumni Clubs Organization of Seminars and Conferences Opinion Forum Alumni register Networking Slide28:  Student Association ESADE MBA Business Review International competitions and conferences - George Washington Case Competition - l’Óreal MarkStrat Competition Business Clubs - Finance Club - Entrepreneurship Club - Marketing Club - Consulting Club Cultural and Sports Activities European MBA Tournament - Paris Social Events Partners’ Activities http://www.esade-clubs.com Slide29:  Student Tips 5 “The MBA makes you work in multi-cultural teams until exhaustion and it provides you with the tools to become a responsible global business leader. Warning! ESADE makes you think!” Carlos de March, Spain Full Time MBA ’05 Student tips:  Student tips Student Visa Estimated Living Expenses Housing Opening a Bank Account Estimated Living Expenses:  Estimated Living Expenses Single - Own apartament * Depends on individual Single - Own apartament Estimated Living Expenses:  Estimated Living Expenses Single - Own apartament * Depends on individual Single - Sharing appartament Student tips:  Student tips Student Visa Estimated Living Expenses Housing Opening a Bank Account Questions?:  Questions? www.esade.edu/mba [email protected]

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