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    (Original post by Rudranighosh2407)
    What about the ESSEC GLOBAL BBA? Is that a good option?
    Never heard about it man
    I think that the classic BBA is very good, 4 years and most of the people get spring weeks, then summer, then full time. Lot of people in London.
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    ESADE shouldn't be more target than ESSEC, and is Durham really better than RSM?
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    Oh **** I misread ESADE and ESSEC

    To be honest (I am french and have a lot of friends in ESSEC), the BBA is worth nothing compared to their Grande Ecole programme
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    What about ESCP?
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    Aah well if you are talking about the MiM here the french school trio of HEC, ESSEC and ESCP are really great schools to stat a career in. Top companies from all sectors come and recruit from here (i myself am doing my MiM at ESCP).

    Though one thing to note here is that to truly leverage the power of ESCP or Essec you need to know french, atleast if you are looking for a job in France. Alternatively both these schools have a strong alumni network in Germany and UK so it shall not be hard to find a job there in Finance or Consulting especially if you are a EU national and have no immigration issues that UK is notorious for.

    But yes if your only aim is to work in UK , UK schools such as LBS,LSE may be a better option as they have a much stronger network there than the French, Italian or Spanish schools.

    You can check out http://www.mim-essay.com/mim-schools.html , here we have listed out th salient features of each MiM schools as well as their post grad opportunities and application material required.

    Hope this helps.
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    Well I can't really believe that Edinburgh is higher than RSM....
    Also how are NYU, Duke, Amherest etc. doing compared to their european counterparts?
 
 
 
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