Which country?


Heinz
The job market in Germany looks really strong right now. Unemployment has reached a 18-year low: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/4aad862e-e27b-11df-9ea3-00144feabdc0.html

I'm an mechanical engineer from Eastern Europe with three years managerial work experience in a MNC. I speak English and some basic German.

Which German MBA program would you suggest to land a job in management in Germany/Europe?
The job market in Germany looks really strong right now. Unemployment has reached a 18-year low: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/4aad862e-e27b-11df-9ea3-00144feabdc0.html

I'm an mechanical engineer from Eastern Europe with three years managerial work experience in a MNC. I speak English and some basic German.

Which German MBA program would you suggest to land a job in management in Germany/Europe?
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Everyone of us are talking abot China,Hong Kong,South Korea etc.But no one is talking about Taiwan.What about Taiwan?
Actually, the question is very important. I choose NCCU IMBA in Taiwan because I've been strongly connected with Taiwaneese business during my career and my purpose is to increase business contact network. I even did not consider Europe or US. What for?
<blockquote>Everyone of us are talking abot China,Hong Kong,South Korea etc.But no one is talking about Taiwan.What about Taiwan?</blockquote> Actually, the question is very important. I choose NCCU IMBA in Taiwan because I've been strongly connected with Taiwaneese business during my career and my purpose is to increase business contact network. I even did not consider Europe or US. What for?
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badux
Not to mention National Taiwan University (NTU), which, according to LinkedIn career data, seems to be better represented among alumni in many of the popular post-MBA career fields like financial services and information technology. I would start there if I wanted to work in Taiwan.
Not to mention National Taiwan University (NTU), which, according to LinkedIn career data, seems to be better represented among alumni in many of the popular post-MBA career fields like financial services and information technology. I would start there if I wanted to work in Taiwan.
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Completely agree with you. NTU is number 1 according to many opinions and rankings.
Completely agree with you. NTU is number 1 according to many opinions and rankings.
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