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The programme content allows you to choose your field of interest, the student base is international, there is a good leadership module, however the quality of the professors is not top notch. Big plus is the city of Barcelona, which is great for student life.View more
I strongly suggest talk first with someone has done same course that you are going to apply.
You can on Linkedin whom are doing your MBA programm or whom are doing now.
MY experience is really bad for MBA (Onsite/Online):
1. Non-updated references & contents,
2. Non-organization or planification. We don’t know many times the agenda of our Lecturers sessions or if lecturer (external collaborator) is sick, nobodies say nothing after the professor back.
3. Grades are delivered so late. Sometimes later after start new semester.
4. Lecturers non-skills to moderate videocalls and non-knowledge how to use the platform.
5. Platforms fails and lecturers share information over platforms where students work
6. Sometimes the case studies and latemotive subjects are so focus on local rather international or global approach.
In addition, if you are going to choose EADA for its prestige, please take into account prestige is related to specific programme, no for each programme that they have.
I and other MBA-colleagues could explain additional bad experiences difficult to collect here only one post. AGAIN, I strongly recommend talk with current students (3 students is enough for clear view) and try to ask questions related to their experience.
I hope it helps to the MBA communityView more