Automotive Management In Germany


Kartik k

Hi All,
I am new to this forum and would like to receive suggestions regarding Automotive Management.
Well to start with , I am a Mechanical Engineer and currently working with service company which mainly deals with automotive seals.I have 3 years of work experience.
To enhance my career and opportunities on bigger stage , I have decided that MBA will suite my purse. And particularly Automotive Management because I love this field(Automobiles).
And Germany was keenly thought after choice to study MBA as it is the automotive hub of World and also the courses fee are comparatively less.
I have short listed some of the institutes.

1)Esslinger University of Applied Sciences, Industrial Management
2)University Duisburg Essen, MSc in Automotive Engineering & Management.
3)EBS University, Msc in Automotive Management.
4)University of Mannheim, Msc in Industrial Engg & Management.
5)Technical University Of Munich,

My main considerations are
1) International Exposure
2) Accreditations
3)Low tuition fee
4)3 Semenster program
5)Automotive or Industrial Management.

Please comment and suggest your opinions
Thanks in Advance

Warm Regards
Kartik

Hi All,
I am new to this forum and would like to receive suggestions regarding Automotive Management.
Well to start with , I am a Mechanical Engineer and currently working with service company which mainly deals with automotive seals.I have 3 years of work experience.
To enhance my career and opportunities on bigger stage , I have decided that MBA will suite my purse. And particularly Automotive Management because I love this field(Automobiles).
And Germany was keenly thought after choice to study MBA as it is the automotive hub of World and also the courses fee are comparatively less.
I have short listed some of the institutes.

1)Esslinger University of Applied Sciences, Industrial Management
2)University Duisburg Essen, MSc in Automotive Engineering & Management.
3)EBS University, Msc in Automotive Management.
4)University of Mannheim, Msc in Industrial Engg & Management.
5)Technical University Of Munich,

My main considerations are
1) International Exposure
2) Accreditations
3)Low tuition fee
4)3 Semenster program
5)Automotive or Industrial Management.

Please comment and suggest your opinions
Thanks in Advance

Warm Regards
Kartik
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Duncan

This is a website about MBA study. I'm not sure that you'll get many useful replies here. In terms of your five criteria, I think you can judge all of those from the websites of the schools in question.

This is a website about MBA study. I'm not sure that you'll get many useful replies here. In terms of your five criteria, I think you can judge all of those from the websites of the schools in question.
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Kartik k

Hello Duncan,
Thank you for your reply.
Actually I am looking for some more options(apart from mentioned).
Is it possible for you to help me with this.
My emphasis is on Industrial Management especially Automotive Management.

Warm Regards,
Kartik

Hello Duncan,
Thank you for your reply.
Actually I am looking for some more options(apart from mentioned).
Is it possible for you to help me with this.
My emphasis is on Industrial Management especially Automotive Management.

Warm Regards,
Kartik
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Duncan

Read my profile page.

Read my profile page.
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Hi all,

I didnt mean to start a new post, since the Title suits for my needs 100%.

I have received my MSc in Business and Management with major in Logistics and Supply Chain Management in the best management university in Hungary - Corvinus University of Budapest. (my home country)

I have worked as an Order Manager by General Electric (Power & Water) and currently I am a Project Manager by Schneider Electric (energy industry) in Hungary.

I am seriously thinking about boosting my career in 1-2 year with a full-time MBA (1 year preferably) and I want to relocate / get into Automotive industry. My #1 choice is Germany, since I speak german fairly well (B2) and willing to imrpove it drasticly, and always wanted to move abroad. Work experiece will be around 3-5 year.

As I have made some ivnestigation on the web, I come to the choice of Mannheim Business School, although I have seen it is mostly focusing on Consulting industry.
I would love to work in Project Management/Supply Chain Management in automotive industry in the future.

What insights do you have? Any specific MBA for this purpose? In automotive industry is it a must to have a degree in engineering? (I have a chance to make an MSc in Logistics Engineering too before MBA)
I am more than happy for any advice you might have!

Best Regards,
Ferenc

Hi all,

I didnt mean to start a new post, since the Title suits for my needs 100%.

I have received my MSc in Business and Management with major in Logistics and Supply Chain Management in the best management university in Hungary - Corvinus University of Budapest. (my home country)

I have worked as an Order Manager by General Electric (Power & Water) and currently I am a Project Manager by Schneider Electric (energy industry) in Hungary.

I am seriously thinking about boosting my career in 1-2 year with a full-time MBA (1 year preferably) and I want to relocate / get into Automotive industry. My #1 choice is Germany, since I speak german fairly well (B2) and willing to imrpove it drasticly, and always wanted to move abroad. Work experiece will be around 3-5 year.

As I have made some ivnestigation on the web, I come to the choice of Mannheim Business School, although I have seen it is mostly focusing on Consulting industry.
I would love to work in Project Management/Supply Chain Management in automotive industry in the future.

What insights do you have? Any specific MBA for this purpose? In automotive industry is it a must to have a degree in engineering? (I have a chance to make an MSc in Logistics Engineering too before MBA)
I am more than happy for any advice you might have!

Best Regards,
Ferenc
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Duncan

I think most MBA will include lots of things that are not connected to Project Management and Supply Chain Management, so consider how you will present each MBA as focussed on that. Looking at http://www.find-mba.com/specializations/17/industrial-management-manufacturing it seems that HHL and HSG are well placed. I'd also consider Pforzheim and Esslingen.

Also consider: http://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-in-germany/master-supply-chain-and-logistics.html

I think most MBA will include lots of things that are not connected to Project Management and Supply Chain Management, so consider how you will present each MBA as focussed on that. Looking at http://www.find-mba.com/specializations/17/industrial-management-manufacturing it seems that HHL and HSG are well placed. I'd also consider Pforzheim and Esslingen.

Also consider: http://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-in-germany/master-supply-chain-and-logistics.html
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Thank you for your prompt answer!
I'll come back after reviewing your point of view.

Thank you for your prompt answer!
I'll come back after reviewing your point of view.
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