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Nazme

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Jan 21, 2010 02:25

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I am from India and want to know wiil Ireland will be good country to work after MBA in Ireland.
Do any one can tell me how much salary one can expect in Ireland?
Please help me.
I am from India and want to know wiil Ireland will be good country to work after MBA in Ireland. Do any one can tell me how much salary one can expect in Ireland? Please help me.

D.jung

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Jan 21, 2010 02:53

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an MBA in the country you would like to work in is almost always a good idea - just make sure it is a good school(properly accredited, ranked ect.)
as it is, there is only one school in Ireland ranked by the big names(FT and economist): University College Dublin: Smurfit
but you can also go for a non ranked school - just check the career services and contacts to companies in the specific branch you would like to work in, and try to contact alumni.
about the salary i don't have any first hand information, but you can use this website to try and get an idea: http://www.payscale.com/research/IE/Country=Ireland/Salary
an MBA in the country you would like to work in is almost always a good idea - just make sure it is a good school(properly accredited, ranked ect.) as it is, there is only one school in Ireland ranked by the big names(FT and economist): University College Dublin: Smurfit but you can also go for a non ranked school - just check the career services and contacts to companies in the specific branch you would like to work in, and try to contact alumni. about the salary i don't have any first hand information, but you can use this website to try and get an idea: http://www.payscale.com/research/IE/Country=Ireland/Salary

Nazme

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Jan 21, 2010 03:59

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Thanks allot.
Well,Can you tell me which country will be best salary wise after completing MBA-
Switzerland,Italy,Spain,Ireland,Belgium,Netherland or Denmark.Please reply me again.
Thanks allot. Well,Can you tell me which country will be best salary wise after completing MBA- Switzerland,Italy,Spain,Ireland,Belgium,Netherland or Denmark.Please reply me again.

D.jung

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Jan 21, 2010 03:35

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you should use the link i sent you and other websites to check this out, as it is a lot of work. bare in mind, it is not just the pay you should check, but also the living costs in the country of choice.
BTW, i would change the name of the thread if i where you - the current name(information) doesn't really say anything about the subject, which leads to less views.

good luck,

D.
you should use the link i sent you and other websites to check this out, as it is a lot of work. bare in mind, it is not just the pay you should check, but also the living costs in the country of choice. BTW, i would change the name of the thread if i where you - the current name(information) doesn't really say anything about the subject, which leads to less views. good luck, D.

Nazme

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Jan 21, 2010 03:48

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Thanks for the
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Thanks for the reply.

Nazme

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Jan 22, 2010 12:09

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I want to know will it be difficult to get good salary job in swiss,italy or any other country whose official language is not English.Is it true that they prefer MBA gradute who knows there official language nad give more preference?Will they not except who person(MBA) who knows English.

OR WILL IT BE GOOD TO DO AND GET JOB IN EURO COUNTRY WHOSE OFFICIAL LANGUANGE IS ENGLISH.
Please reply me.
I want to know will it be difficult to get good salary job in swiss,italy or any other country whose official language is not English.Is it true that they prefer MBA gradute who knows there official language nad give more preference?Will they not except who person(MBA) who knows English. OR WILL IT BE GOOD TO DO AND GET JOB IN EURO COUNTRY WHOSE OFFICIAL LANGUANGE IS ENGLISH. Please reply me.

SabrinaA

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Jan 26, 2010 09:58

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I want to know will it be difficult to get good salary job in swiss,italy or any other country whose official language is not English.Is it true that they prefer MBA gradute who knows there official language nad give more preference?Will they not except who person(MBA) who knows English.

OR WILL IT BE GOOD TO DO AND GET JOB IN EURO COUNTRY WHOSE OFFICIAL LANGUANGE IS ENGLISH.
Please reply me.


Its true...especially in France and Spain...I dont know about other European countries.
<blockquote>I want to know will it be difficult to get good salary job in swiss,italy or any other country whose official language is not English.Is it true that they prefer MBA gradute who knows there official language nad give more preference?Will they not except who person(MBA) who knows English. OR WILL IT BE GOOD TO DO AND GET JOB IN EURO COUNTRY WHOSE OFFICIAL LANGUANGE IS ENGLISH. Please reply me.</blockquote> Its true...especially in France and Spain...I dont know about other European countries.

aragorn123

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Jan 29, 2010 08:10

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@Nazme:
It ll be very difficult to find the job, for international student, in Mainland Europe after MBA.
Denmark had recently announced a liberal immigration policy for skilled workers. You could check that out too.

To answer your another question - Highest salary for MBA students is offered in US.
When I last knew, in Ireland, you could stay up to 6 months after completion of your course to search for the job. You may check official site to confirm the details.

If you are interested in doing the job in the country where you will do your MBA, then - US, UK, Canada & Australia will be better options.
@Nazme: It ll be very difficult to find the job, for international student, in Mainland Europe after MBA. Denmark had recently announced a liberal immigration policy for skilled workers. You could check that out too. To answer your another question - Highest salary for MBA students is offered in US. When I last knew, in Ireland, you could stay up to 6 months after completion of your course to search for the job. You may check official site to confirm the details. If you are interested in doing the job in the country where you will do your MBA, then - US, UK, Canada & Australia will be better options.

D.jung

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Jan 29, 2010 04:35

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As far as i know, almost all companies in mainland Europe would prefer people that speak the local language. add to that the migration policies in Europe, which requires them to give a good reason why the would be employee is not a local, and to prove that he is the only one who can do that job(and no one from the locals can), and you get a pretty good idea about the difficulties you would have finding a job.
As far as i know, almost all companies in mainland Europe would prefer people that speak the local language. add to that the migration policies in Europe, which requires them to give a good reason why the would be employee is not a local, and to prove that he is the only one who can do that job(and no one from the locals can), and you get a pretty good idea about the difficulties you would have finding a job.

Nazme

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Feb 05, 2010 03:13

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Thanks.Well,what about Swizz and Denmark?Do they too prefer local lang. people?
Or Ireland will be good due to its official lang. English
Or Asian countries like Singapore,China,Hong Kong,Taiwan,South Korea etc.
Please help me................
Thanks.Well,what about Swizz and Denmark?Do they too prefer local lang. people? Or Ireland will be good due to its official lang. English Or Asian countries like Singapore,China,Hong Kong,Taiwan,South Korea etc. Please help me................

dulsban

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Feb 05, 2010 04:40

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Hi

The idea is pretty clear by now. If your preference is working in the country where you take up your MBA, then your options are narrowed down to US, UK, Canada and Australia.
I'll also add New Zealand to the list because of the ease of getting a work permit or permanent residency.
In any mainland EU country getting a work permit is a real tough task.
To add to what you already know - in all these countries an MBA w/o proper full time job experience is almost impossible unless you are opting for second grade colleges. Even if by a stroke of luck you do get in, getting a job will be a nightmare.

Thanks
Anirban
Hi The idea is pretty clear by now. If your preference is working in the country where you take up your MBA, then your options are narrowed down to US, UK, Canada and Australia. I'll also add New Zealand to the list because of the ease of getting a work permit or permanent residency. In any mainland EU country getting a work permit is a real tough task. To add to what you already know - in all these countries an MBA w/o proper full time job experience is almost impossible unless you are opting for second grade colleges. Even if by a stroke of luck you do get in, getting a job will be a nightmare. Thanks Anirban

Nazme

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Feb 05, 2010 05:31

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U mean to say person without job exp. will not get job easily in Eu. cou.
What about Asian countries?
U mean to say person without job exp. will not get job easily in Eu. cou. What about Asian countries?

dulsban

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Feb 05, 2010 05:32

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U mean to say person without job exp. will not get job easily in Eu. cou.
What about Asian countries?


If you do not have at least 3 years of post grad full time job experience then the best place to do an MBA is India. In India the philosophy of business education is very different from that in Europe. The course structure distributed across 2 years enables fresh college grads to grasp managerial concepts pretty well.
If you do your MBA from a decent B-school in India, believe me, jobs are a plenty.
If I have understood your profile right, my 2 cents worth for you would be to look for good MBA opportunities in India. Just having a foriegn degree won't do any good.

Thanks
Anirban
<blockquote>U mean to say person without job exp. will not get job easily in Eu. cou. What about Asian countries?</blockquote> If you do not have at least 3 years of post grad full time job experience then the best place to do an MBA is India. In India the philosophy of business education is very different from that in Europe. The course structure distributed across 2 years enables fresh college grads to grasp managerial concepts pretty well. If you do your MBA from a decent B-school in India, believe me, jobs are a plenty. If I have understood your profile right, my 2 cents worth for you would be to look for good MBA opportunities in India. Just having a foriegn degree won't do any good. Thanks Anirban

Nazme

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Feb 05, 2010 08:11

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What about Denmark,Belgium and Netherlands?
What about Denmark,Belgium and Netherlands?

Malia

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Feb 05, 2010 09:37

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Nazme, come on. Anirban said all that needed to be said.
Nazme, come on. Anirban said all that needed to be said.

Nazme

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Feb 06, 2010 08:40

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Well,I have diubt so it must be clered becuse future matters allot to me...
Well,I have diubt so it must be clered becuse future matters allot to me...

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