If there isn’t a European business school on your MBA shortlist, perhaps there should be. There are many distinctive advantages to pursuing an international MBA, particularly in Europe. From the impressive return on investment to peerless global leadership experience, more applicants are taking notice, causing a surge in applications to European programs over the last year.
Concerns about U.S. immigration policy are persuading a significant number of international applicants to look beyond the U.S. for business school. At Fortuna Admissions, we’ve spoken with a great many young professionals in Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East who are deciding to refocus their attention from the U.S. to Europe and beyond. In addition to U.S. politics, growing interest among fast-track professionals for the shorter, one-year course length favored by many international MBA programs have students looking to Europe.
If you haven’t yet considered European MBA, here are three great reasons to start: