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Ghell06

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Re: Taking Up Master's degree
« Reply #20 on: July 07, 2020, 08:41:04 am »
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Re: Taking Up Master's degree
« Reply #21 on: July 11, 2020, 08:09:44 pm »
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Since I am working from home due to pandemic, I would like to use this opportunity as well to study. I am considering Ateneo and DLSU-D (thinking that this branch is part of DLSU Taft that has the same standing with Ateneo in MBA?)

Any feedback on these schools, program itself, tuition fee, length of the program?

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Re: Taking Up Master's degree
« Reply #22 on: July 12, 2020, 08:12:58 am »
Hi, I was thinking of taling mba in dlsu-d din so I requested a copy of curriculum in my top 3 school choices. (Actually 3 lang talaga nag ooffer ng gusto kong course lol) di ako satisfied sa binigay na curriculum ng dlsu-d on Mba SCM. Parang masyado syang light at kulang sa related subjects as compared to LPU and TIP. Mukhang mag LPU ako because of this. Concern ko din kasi kung same standards of teaching ang main school at dasma eh. Per checking walang accreditation ang dlsud unlike sa taft na CoE for Business Admin

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Re: Taking Up Master's degree
« Reply #23 on: October 05, 2020, 09:45:27 pm »
Subscribing on this thread.

Since I am working from home due to pandemic, I would like to use this opportunity as well to study. I am considering Ateneo and DLSU-D (thinking that this branch is part of DLSU Taft that has the same standing with Ateneo in MBA?)

Any feedback on these schools, program itself, tuition fee, length of the program?

Hi, I am not sure if DLSU- D has the same curriculum with DLSU Manila.

As for the school standing, you may access through this link: https://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-mba-full-time-in-far-eastern-asia.html

https://eduniversal-ranking.com/business-school-university-ranking-in-philippines.html

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Re: WHAT SCHOOL TO CHOOSE FOR MY MBA
« Reply #24 on: October 05, 2020, 09:49:55 pm »
Hi everyone. I am graduate of Electrical Engineering from an institution in Manila, and recently passed the board exam last September 2019. I currently work as an engineer in a big distribution utility in the philippines which is great because it is my dream company to work in. I am in the business side of the company. I am also a mom of a three year old kid. Yes, I got pregnant at a young age, I am just 21 years old right now.

So now, I would just like to ask for your insights and advice. I plan to take MBA by April 2021. 1 year and 6 months na ako sa work during that time, and yet most MBA schools right now is having a requirement of 2 years experience muna sa work before they let you in as their MBA student. I really want to pursue MBA for the reason that I want career advancement. Another reason why I want to take MBA already is because gusto ko sana na pag nasa Grade School na si baby ko ay tapos na ako sa MBA ko. I want to have another achievement. I am really torn about choosing the school for my MBA. I think the school matters right now na this is about Masters already.

First Choice is UP Virata, however they don't offer weekend classes, rather they offer their classes during weekdays after work. Which I cannot do. So I have decided to choose over UST, Miriam College and De La Salle Araneta.

UST is now the first choice, however I don't know if they offer weekend classes.
2nd Choice is La Salle Araneta. They offer weekend classes. But is it the same as La Salle Manila?
3rd Choice is Miriam College. They also offer weekend classes. But I am not that confident kasi I think they are not that famous for their MBA..

So now, the best choice is De La Salle Araneta. However, I think it is not the same as La Salle Manila (being part of the top 5 MBA schools in PH). I want to enroll in La Salle Manila however it is far from us, and it doesn't offer weekend classes.

So what do you think? Should I choose Miriam College or De La Salle Araneta?

Thank you so much.

Hi, DLSU Manila offers weekend classes. You may e-mail pia.manalastas@dlsu.edu.ph to inquire  about DLSU MBA.  :)

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Re: Taking Up Master's degree
« Reply #25 on: February 23, 2021, 11:50:01 am »
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