Can i get into a good MBA college in Germany/France/Spain without any prior work experience?


Hey all, i will be graduating in 2021 and i want to pursue MBA in Europe and my first preference is Germany. I do not have any work experience except for 2 internships, It's a dream for me to get into good MBA colleges like Mannheim. What are the good MBA colleges that allow students with no work experience to pursue their MBA'S?
Hey all, i will be graduating in 2021 and i want to pursue MBA in Europe and my first preference is Germany. I do not have any work experience except for 2 internships, It's a dream for me to get into good MBA colleges like Mannheim. What are the good MBA colleges that allow students with no work experience to pursue their MBA'S?
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Hey all, i will be graduating in 2021 and i want to pursue MBA in Europe and my first preference is Germany. I do not have any work experience except for 2 internships, It's a dream for me to get into good MBA colleges like Mannheim. What are the good MBA colleges that allow students with no work experience to pursue their MBA'S?
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[quote]Hey all, i will be graduating in 2021 and i want to pursue MBA in Europe and my first preference is Germany. I do not have any work experience except for 2 internships, It's a dream for me to get into good MBA colleges like Mannheim. What are the good MBA colleges that allow students with no work experience to pursue their MBA'S?[/quote]no
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Duncan
Good European schools have master's in management degrees for people like you. See: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019

MBAs require years of experience.

[Edited by Duncan on Dec 26, 2019]

Good European schools have master's in management degrees for people like you. See: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019

MBAs require years of experience.
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Ayon
European MBA programs are usually 1 year in length, and usually require a minimum (advisable) of 3 years of work experience.

If Germany is your destination, then spend time in 2020 and 2021 to come upto C1 level in German.
European MBA programs are usually 1 year in length, and usually require a minimum (advisable) of 3 years of work experience.

If Germany is your destination, then spend time in 2020 and 2021 to come upto C1 level in German.
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Why Germany? What are your career goals?

In general, yes, MBA programs are off the table for somebody with your level of experience. an MiM or other specialized master's program would be an alternative, but career outcomes in these cases will be more in tune with your level of experience.

If you don't already speak some German and want to work in Europe after graduating, I suggest looking at countries where you already speak the language (England, Ireland?)
Why Germany? What are your career goals?

In general, yes, MBA programs are off the table for somebody with your level of experience. an MiM or other specialized master's program would be an alternative, but career outcomes in these cases will be more in tune with your level of experience.

If you don't already speak some German and want to work in Europe after graduating, I suggest looking at countries where you already speak the language (England, Ireland?)
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