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Nov 16, 2013 07:59

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Dear All,
I am new to this forum. My profile below.
Degree: B.E Automobile Engineering
Work Exp : 4.6 yrs
GMAT : 510
German Level : B2.2

I have shortlisted the below universities as they are the ones which suit for my GMAT score. I would delibratedly want to pursue MBA from Germany (Cheap - one of the criteria) in winter intake. Pl suggest as i am very confused about the job opp after graduation.

1. HS Pforzheim
2. HS Esslingen
3. HS Furtwangen
4. IMB institute of Berlin (MBA in Transatlantic mgmt)
5. HTW berlin (MBA & E Automotive mgmt)
6. HS Bremen.

Awaiting for your reply
Dear All, I am new to this forum. My profile below. Degree: B.E Automobile Engineering Work Exp : 4.6 yrs GMAT : 510 German Level : B2.2 I have shortlisted the below universities as they are the ones which suit for my GMAT score. I would delibratedly want to pursue MBA from Germany (Cheap - one of the criteria) in winter intake. Pl suggest as i am very confused about the job opp after graduation. 1. HS Pforzheim 2. HS Esslingen 3. HS Furtwangen 4. IMB institute of Berlin (MBA in Transatlantic mgmt) 5. HTW berlin (MBA & E Automotive mgmt) 6. HS Bremen. Awaiting for your reply

Duncan

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Nov 16, 2013 11:10

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Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/board/27248 and Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

PS B2.2 is pretty good. Have you taken the DSH? If you could take a bilingual MSc programme at a traditional university, rather than an MBA at a weak Fachhochschule, this might make you more credible. Of course the strong FH are great, and an MBA means more in India.
Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/board/27248 and Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713 PS B2.2 is pretty good. Have you taken the DSH? If you could take a bilingual MSc programme at a traditional university, rather than an MBA at a weak Fachhochschule, this might make you more credible. Of course the strong FH are great, and an MBA means more in India.

satheshp88

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Nov 17, 2013 08:51

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Hi Duncan,

Thank you so much.

So applying for the uni's which i posted is of no use ?

Kindly suggest. i am more concerned about the gmat score.. Had it been good , i would have chosen good mba programs.



Hi Duncan, Thank you so much. So applying for the uni's which i posted is of no use ? Kindly suggest. i am more concerned about the gmat score.. Had it been good , i would have chosen good mba programs.

satheshp88

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Nov 17, 2013 09:20

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As you said, If you have good command on German , HTW is better choice. I speak german (not fluently of course). But i would definitely improve the german skills. So can i apply for that ?
As you said, If you have good command on German , HTW is better choice. I speak german (not fluently of course). But i would definitely improve the german skills. So can i apply for that ?

Duncan

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Nov 17, 2013 11:28

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If you goal is to work in Germany then there are few things you can do better than this:
- Learn German to a business standard before you go there
- Study a business function, rather than general management, in German at one of the top schools for career success http://www.wiwo.de/erfolg/campus-mba/uni-ranking-das-sind-deutschlands-spitzen-universitaeten-2013 (RWTH, Mannheim, KIT, TUM, LMU, Cologne, TU Darmstadt, Münster, TU Dresden, TU Ilmenau, Frankfurt etc...)

I realise it's easier for you to study in English. There's student demand for that, but German employers will really want to hire people who speak German.

PS With your current GMAT you won't be able to get into a top MBA programme. So get into the best programme you can, and focus on improving your German.
If you goal is to work in Germany then there are few things you can do better than this: - Learn German to a business standard before you go there - Study a business function, rather than general management, in German at one of the top schools for career success http://www.wiwo.de/erfolg/campus-mba/uni-ranking-das-sind-deutschlands-spitzen-universitaeten-2013 (RWTH, Mannheim, KIT, TUM, LMU, Cologne, TU Darmstadt, Münster, TU Dresden, TU Ilmenau, Frankfurt etc...) I realise it's easier for you to study in English. There's student demand for that, but German employers will really want to hire people who speak German. PS With your current GMAT you won't be able to get into a top MBA programme. So get into the best programme you can, and focus on improving your German.

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Nov 21, 2013 05:25

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Or, improve your GMAT - 600+ would add a lot of options.
Or, improve your GMAT - 600+ would add a lot of options.

saswata86

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Dec 23, 2013 03:44

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Dear Duncan,
I have a gmat score of 710 and 5 yrs work exprience in project management with german mnc ( Infra and constructiona nd power sector), I also have 2 yrs of international work experience.( 3 yrs domestic and 2 yrs international).
My past acads are average, so which would be the b schools to apply in europe, i want a career in financial consultancy or investment banking.
Dear Duncan, I have a gmat score of 710 and 5 yrs work exprience in project management with german mnc ( Infra and constructiona nd power sector), I also have 2 yrs of international work experience.( 3 yrs domestic and 2 yrs international). My past acads are average, so which would be the b schools to apply in europe, i want a career in financial consultancy or investment banking.

Duncan

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Dec 23, 2013 06:06

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I have replied at http://www.find-mba.com/board/38302
I have replied at http://www.find-mba.com/board/38302

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