Admit for master in management


rohits720
Hi
Myself rohit shukla.
I have done mechanical engineering with average of 70%.
I have 3.5 years of experience and have applied to master in international management to furtwangen university but they sent mail saying i am not applicable.
My question is will i get admit for master in management from any university from germany given my bachelor is mechanical engineering.
Should i start applying for master in industrial engineering.
Please do reply.
It will be great help.
Thanks
Hi
Myself rohit shukla.
I have done mechanical engineering with average of 70%.
I have 3.5 years of experience and have applied to master in international management to furtwangen university but they sent mail saying i am not applicable.
My question is will i get admit for master in management from any university from germany given my bachelor is mechanical engineering.
Should i start applying for master in industrial engineering.
Please do reply.
It will be great help.
Thanks
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Duncan
Go to http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2018 and add in the Featured Field called Relevant Degree. You'll see that top schools are divided between those who do, or do not, design programmes for people who already have studied management.

PS Of course whether or not they admit you is also down to your application essays, goals, knowledge of German, IELTS score, GMAT score and the quality of your background.

[Edited by Duncan on Jan 28, 2019]

Go to http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2018 and add in the Featured Field called Relevant Degree. You'll see that top schools are divided between those who do, or do not, design programmes for people who already have studied management.

PS Of course whether or not they admit you is also down to your application essays, goals, knowledge of German, IELTS score, GMAT score and the quality of your background.
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rohits720
Hi Duncan,
First of all thanks for your reply.
My aim was to get in for master in management but when applied for pre assesment to 2 university in germany they replied saying i should not apply.

Now i doubt that i may get admit for management course for this sept intake from german university.
So i am thinking of applying for master in industrial engineering.
Having done mechanical engineering could you please let me know what masters will have greater possibilty of emoyment there in germany management or industrial provided i can work for both after working for 3 years in texhno commercial department.
My ielts score is 7 and gmat is 580.
Regarding german i have not started learning languages but planning to start in a week or 2
Will be thankful.
Awaiting your reply

[Edited by rohits720 on Jan 28, 2019]

Hi Duncan,
First of all thanks for your reply.
My aim was to get in for master in management but when applied for pre assesment to 2 university in germany they replied saying i should not apply.

Now i doubt that i may get admit for management course for this sept intake from german university.
So i am thinking of applying for master in industrial engineering.
Having done mechanical engineering could you please let me know what masters will have greater possibilty of emoyment there in germany management or industrial provided i can work for both after working for 3 years in texhno commercial department.
My ielts score is 7 and gmat is 580.
Regarding german i have not started learning languages but planning to start in a week or 2
Will be thankful.
Awaiting your reply
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Duncan
Sorry, I don't know much about engineering courses.
Sorry, I don't know much about engineering courses.
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rohits720
Hi Duncan,
Please let me know one thing.
I have not started learning German but planning to start form month of march. should i apply to any university which has English and German both as language instruction. I mean will I be able to manage that course considering I give 1 hour for learning German for 6 month.

Thanks in advance.
Your feedback will be helpful to me.
Hi Duncan,
Please let me know one thing.
I have not started learning German but planning to start form month of march. should i apply to any university which has English and German both as language instruction. I mean will I be able to manage that course considering I give 1 hour for learning German for 6 month.

Thanks in advance.
Your feedback will be helpful to me.
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Duncan
If you can find a way to be able to study in German at a university on the basis of learning the language for one hour a day for six months, I suggest you open a language school teaching this revolutionary method.
If you can find a way to be able to study in German at a university on the basis of learning the language for one hour a day for six months, I suggest you open a language school teaching this revolutionary method.
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laurie
If you want to study in German, you'll need far more than 6 months of language learning! Ideally, you should spend a good amount of time (one year) in the country prior to starting your program. Immersion is typically the fastest way to learn a language.
If you want to study in German, you'll need far more than 6 months of language learning! Ideally, you should spend a good amount of time (one year) in the country prior to starting your program. Immersion is typically the fastest way to learn a language.
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rohits720
Hi All,
I am confused between choosing master in management and master in supply chain management both form Germany. I do not which one will turn out to be better.
I want my work to create more values in organisation and way of working.

Thanks
Hi All,
I am confused between choosing master in management and master in supply chain management both form Germany. I do not which one will turn out to be better.
I want my work to create more values in organisation and way of working.

Thanks
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Duncan
Curiously enough, and with the exception of the SCM MSc at Jacobs University, I think the best masters-level education in SCM available in English within Germany will be masters in management programmes. WHU, Frankfurt and HHL are all strong in that area.
Curiously enough, and with the exception of the SCM MSc at Jacobs University, I think the best masters-level education in SCM available in English within Germany will be masters in management programmes. WHU, Frankfurt and HHL are all strong in that area.
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laurie
I'm surprised that WHU doesn't offer a dedicated MSc in Supply Chain, given their strengths in this area.
I'm surprised that WHU doesn't offer a dedicated MSc in Supply Chain, given their strengths in this area.
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Duncan
Who would enroll? Who would hire from it? Because of the habits of the German system, masters degrees will tend to be in fields where the school have an undergraduate major.
Who would enroll? Who would hire from it? Because of the habits of the German system, masters degrees will tend to be in fields where the school have an undergraduate major.
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