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Health Care - Masters from Spain!
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Hmm, consumers are on a buying spree and apparently all the Universidad Isabel I degree spots have been sold out!  Wow, look out ENEB!  Similar degrees from a different partner university still are on sale, Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes is another partner of this provider.  I also found out they partner with another for their MBA specialties, which is very affordable...  I really wonder if these would actually be equivalent to something in the US... I wonder if someone would be able to transfer or get it recognized as an equivalent Masters from the US.  I highly believe these would come in as equivalent to Post Graduate Diplomas (30 credits).

I think the reason why Universidad Europa Miguel de Cervantes is slightly more expensive is because, they mail you the physical diploma!
ESHE European School Health Education: https://www.eshe.es/
ESHE & partner Universidad Isabel I: https://www.eshe.es/universidad-isabel-i
ESHE & Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes https://www.eshe.es/universidad-europea-...-cervantes
ESHE & Asociación SEVENGUE MBA: https://www.eshe.es/enfermeria/mba-online
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(06-22-2020, 12:52 AM)bjcheung77 Wrote: I think the reason why Universidad Europa Miguel de Cervantes is slightly more expensive is because, they mail you the physical diploma!

ENEB&Isabel also send physical diplomas for additional $$.
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Next step  - Masters @ .... WGU? NAU? Another CBE program?
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There is also Formacion Alcala, which seems to be the same type thing as ENEB and ESHE, mainly healthcare related. Looks like all the options are en espanol: https://www.formacionalcala.es/
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Any thoughts on ESERP "Escuela Superior de Relaciones Publicas"- also in Spain with Campuses in Madrid and Barcelona. There are several MBA programs you can get in 9-12 months for 7,000-9,000 Euros. About $8,000USD-$10,000USD too pricey? or no?

https://en.eserp.com/master/
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(06-22-2020, 12:52 AM)bjcheung77 Wrote: Hmm, consumers are on a buying spree and apparently all the Universidad Isabel I degree spots have been sold out!  Wow, look out ENEB!  Similar degrees from a different partner university still are on sale, Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes is another partner of this provider.  I also found out they partner with another for their MBA specialties, which is very affordable...  I really wonder if these would actually be equivalent to something in the US... I wonder if someone would be able to transfer or get it recognized as an equivalent Masters from the US.  I highly believe these would come in as equivalent to Post Graduate Diplomas (30 credits).

I think the reason why Universidad Europa Miguel de Cervantes is slightly more expensive is because, they mail you the physical diploma!
ESHE European School Health Education: https://www.eshe.es/
ESHE & partner Universidad Isabel I: https://www.eshe.es/universidad-isabel-i
ESHE & Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes https://www.eshe.es/universidad-europea-...-cervantes
ESHE & Asociación SEVENGUE MBA: https://www.eshe.es/enfermeria/mba-online

Thank you for sharing helpful information.
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(06-24-2020, 11:31 AM)JWells247 Wrote: Any thoughts on ESERP "Escuela Superior de Relaciones Publicas"- also in Spain with Campuses in Madrid and Barcelona. There are several MBA programs you can get in 9-12 months for 7,000-9,000 Euros. About $8,000USD-$10,000USD too pricey? or no?

https://en.eserp.com/master/

Considering the less expensive option with ENEB and even some U.S. schools, I'd say that's too pricey.
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(06-22-2020, 12:52 AM)bjcheung77 Wrote: Hmm, consumers are on a buying spree and apparently all the Universidad Isabel I degree spots have been sold out!  Wow, look out ENEB!  Similar degrees from a different partner university still are on sale, Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes is another partner of this provider.  I also found out they partner with another for their MBA specialties, which is very affordable...  I really wonder if these would actually be equivalent to something in the US... I wonder if someone would be able to transfer or get it recognized as an equivalent Masters from the US.  I highly believe these would come in as equivalent to Post Graduate Diplomas (30 credits).

I think the reason why Universidad Europa Miguel de Cervantes is slightly more expensive is because, they mail you the physical diploma!
ESHE European School Health Education: https://www.eshe.es/
ESHE & partner Universidad Isabel I: https://www.eshe.es/universidad-isabel-i
ESHE & Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes https://www.eshe.es/universidad-europea-...-cervantes
ESHE & Asociación SEVENGUE MBA: https://www.eshe.es/enfermeria/mba-online

Brief comment about some of the health courses.
Most of the healthcare courses are nursing focused or other related healthcare field. Which usually mean that you need a bachelor in the field. Also this are "títulos propios" as far as I see. This mean that they do not confer any specialty legally binding accreditation.  For example in nursing if you want to be a specialist nurse you need to go to a national exam(held once per year) and spend at least 2 years doing training/working in a official earned place, working for the government, at a university hospital and getting to classes when not working. You get paid few and is hard work. Then officially you could occupy a place as a specialist and get the title of specialist nurse, when you finish, which are restricted and controlled. 
This studies you mention is just for education but does not grant you access to a specialist nurse place or anything like that. You can get a title, you can get knowledge but still you are not an accredited specialist Spanish nurse. I just say it to let it clear in case of somebody that want to use it as a way to get to such places in Spain. It can be used to work as a nurse in the field if the enterprise/hospital want to contract you in base of your knowledge... but that is another history.
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(06-22-2020, 12:52 AM)bjcheung77 Wrote: Hmm, consumers are on a buying spree and apparently all the Universidad Isabel I degree spots have been sold out!  Wow, look out ENEB!  Similar degrees from a different partner university still are on sale, Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes is another partner of this provider.  I also found out they partner with another for their MBA specialties, which is very affordable...  I really wonder if these would actually be equivalent to something in the US... I wonder if someone would be able to transfer or get it recognized as an equivalent Masters from the US.  I highly believe these would come in as equivalent to Post Graduate Diplomas (30 credits).

I think the reason why Universidad Europa Miguel de Cervantes is slightly more expensive is because, they mail you the physical diploma!
ESHE European School Health Education: https://www.eshe.es/
ESHE & partner Universidad Isabel I: https://www.eshe.es/universidad-isabel-i
ESHE & Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes https://www.eshe.es/universidad-europea-...-cervantes
ESHE & Asociación SEVENGUE MBA: https://www.eshe.es/enfermeria/mba-online
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How does a degree program sell out?
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(10-27-2020, 12:04 PM)ss20ts Wrote: How does a degree program sell out?

By Admissions closing. If you miss the deadline or they've already accepted their max capacity of candidates for this intake cycle, they can lock down the cycle and it is effectively "sold out" or "closed for enrollment"
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