I'm from europe and I'm pursuing a career in Tech. I want to learn the most fundamental Business topics and strategies. I dont want to switch my career neither attend to networking events. I think Network is important but I just want to learn the business content.
I can't understand why top us schools like Harvard or Stanford don't offer an undergraduate degree in Business like in Europe?
- In US there is the MBA but what's the big difference if the people have some work experience and do more case studies?
- When I can get the same knowledge from a top University in Europe in undergraduate (10'000$ in total tuition) why should I do an MBA for 200'000$? Because its more "prestigous"?
-Some people say MBA is good for networking but all my future classmates (thousands of students) will be on my university and I can network with them. What's wrong if they don't have a couple of years work experience but will be leaders of tomorrow?
- So why should I pay 200'000$ if I can learn the same thing for 10'000$ on a top University in Europe and network with my future classmates?
- Will I learn things much more in detail and get the most important topics which will make me a better manager if I do an MBA? The curriculum of BBA and MBA seems very similar.
- I think an undergraduate degree in Business would make much more sense for me, who is just interested to learn the curriculum and business fundamentals and don't want to spend so much money?