Best MBA in Germany at $20k


Can you advise what is the best MBA in Germany in a range of $20k?
I will ofc learn german but I need the MBA to be English for now.

I checked the top 5 universities and they are over 40k.

Is WWU (university of munster) well recognized and can be option for MBA?

Can you advise what is the best MBA in Germany in a range of $20k?
I will ofc learn german but I need the MBA to be English for now.

I checked the top 5 universities and they are over 40k.

Is WWU (university of munster) well recognized and can be option for MBA?
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StuartHE

What are your goals? If you want to work in Germany, an intensive German course followed by a free MSc taught in German at a state university would be better.

Reutlingen and Pforzheim are the class budget choices in English, but you won't learn much German while studying in English.

What are your goals? If you want to work in Germany, an intensive German course followed by a free MSc taught in German at a state university would be better.<br><br>Reutlingen and Pforzheim are the class budget choices in English, but you won't learn much German while studying in English.
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What are your goals? If you want to work in Germany, an intensive German course followed by a free MSc taught in German at a state university would be better.

Reutlingen and Pforzheim are the class budget choices in English, but you won't learn much German while studying in English.


thanks for taking time to answer

yes my plan is to work there, where do u suggest to take an intensive german course? For how long? And is B2 enough? 

Also I have another question, why do you prefer Reutlingen and Pforzheim over WWU? I found that WWU is also accredited and has much better overall ranking locally and worldwide but none talks about it

[Edited by Amir Raslan on May 24, 2023]

[quote]What are your goals? If you want to work in Germany, an intensive German course followed by a free MSc taught in German at a state university would be better.<br><br>Reutlingen and Pforzheim are the class budget choices in English, but you won't learn much German while studying in English. [/quote]<br><br>thanks for taking time to answer<br><br>yes my plan is to work there, where do u suggest to take an intensive german course? For how long? And is B2 enough?&nbsp;<br><br>Also I have another question, why do you prefer Reutlingen and Pforzheim over WWU? I found that WWU is also accredited and has much better overall ranking locally and worldwide but none talks about it
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Duncan

Munster has a fake "MBA". The degree awarded is an MSc, and no work experience is needed. It cannot get Equis or AMBA accreditation,  therefore. There are no MBA rankings with Munster.

B2 is enough to work in a shop. What work could I do in your country with B2 language skills? 

Look at state universities that teach year long programmes for the DSH exams. Bonn, Leipsig, Munich all have options but its quite common. 

[Edited by Duncan on May 24, 2023]

Munster has a fake "MBA". The degree awarded is an MSc, and no work experience is needed. It cannot get Equis or AMBA accreditation,&nbsp; therefore. There are no MBA rankings with Munster.<br><br>B2 is enough to work in a shop. What work could I do in your country with B2 language skills?&nbsp;<br><br>Look at state universities that teach year long programmes for the DSH exams. Bonn, Leipsig, Munich all have options but its quite common.&nbsp;
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Munster has a fake "MBA". The degree awarded is an MSc, and no work experience is needed. It cannot get Equis or AMBA accreditation,  therefore. There are no MBA rankings with Munster.

B2 is enough to work in a shop. What work could I do in your country with B2 language skills? 

Look at state universities that teach year long programmes for the DSH exams. Bonn, Leipsig, Munich all have options but its quite common. 



I meant, is B2 enough to study MBA in german? 

I see that Munster has AACSB accreditation and read a comment for you before that AACSB is well recognized than AMBA, but I didn't know that Munster has a bad reputation for its MBA so thanks for help. 


[quote]Munster has a fake "MBA". The degree awarded is an MSc, and no work experience is needed. It cannot get Equis or AMBA accreditation,&nbsp; therefore. There are no MBA rankings with Munster.<br><br>B2 is enough to work in a shop. What work could I do in your country with B2 language skills?&nbsp;<br><br>Look at state universities that teach year long programmes for the DSH exams. Bonn, Leipsig, Munich all have options but its quite common.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br><br>I meant, is B2 enough to study MBA in german?&nbsp;<br><br>I see that Munster has AACSB accreditation and read a comment for you before that AACSB is well recognized than AMBA, but I didn't know that Munster has a bad reputation for its MBA so thanks for help.&nbsp;<br><br><br>
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Duncan

In less time than it took to write this sentence, Google told me that DSH level 2, which is C1, is needed to study (in German) at German universities.  

[Edited by Duncan on May 25, 2023]

In less time than it took to write this sentence, Google told me that DSH level 2, which is C1, is needed to study (in German) at German universities.&nbsp;&nbsp;
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