The return on investment of an MBA is a much debated topic among MBA graduates and applicants. People go into an MBA program with such a variety of expectations and experiences, yet most think about ROI in the same way.
Studying an MBA is a huge investment and given how much it costs, you want to make the most of it. You may think that after studying at undergraduate level, you already have a good idea of how to make the most of your university education. However, studying for an MBA is very different and requires a different set of skills and preparation.
MBA admissions committees change their question sets almost every year, in part to prevent plagiarism of past essays, but behind the different "skins" are commonly the same questions they have always asked applicants.
The EIFM is an important institution, among other things, in the field of financial education. Within our institution, we have developed programmes that reflect the current situation on the financial markets and are adapted to market expectations.
Global businesses have high expectations when it comes to investing in MBA talent. Employers believe that MBA graduates should already have a track record of professional success before they fine-tune their outlook and skills at school.