It’s a well-worn trope but true for me at least that I made some wonderful connections both locally and internationally. I learned the theory behind a lot of practical concepts, developed my ability to look at a business problem/solution both critically and creatively, and I grew my confidence in dealing with business leaders from outside my specific area of expertise. This resulted in broadening my horizons and growing my opportunities professionally.
The small class size environment enables students to take full advantage of the experience of all the professors. The program boasts highly prepared and experienced staff, so you will be engaged in a dynamic learning process. The program is well structured and results in a very wide managerial foundation. The facilities are great and the city could not be better for international students; for which the University itself takes an active role to engage in cultural diversity and interaction
In my case, the most important benefit of my MBA is that it provided an additional credential. I got a 4x jump in salary after completing the 2-year full-time program I was able to shift from an HR role in the IT industry to a Finance role in the Infrastructure Development industry. Expanded my 'alumni' network by 50000+, which is now expanding by 5000+ every year. This helps make business connections easily.