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Akii

Hi!!!

Myself -
Basically and Indian residing in Dubai. Own business with 6 years of good experience.......

Question: I am planning to apply for 2011 intake. Is it a good idea for someone like me to join CBS in Demark?
I am sure it is a beautiful place with gr8 people but then practically is it a good idea for someone like me with a totally different background, to think about studying in Denmark?
Too isolated???

I like the CBS program a lot but my only concern is that will i be the only unique fellow out there......

Hi!!!

Myself -
Basically and Indian residing in Dubai. Own business with 6 years of good experience.......

Question: I am planning to apply for 2011 intake. Is it a good idea for someone like me to join CBS in Demark?
I am sure it is a beautiful place with gr8 people but then practically is it a good idea for someone like me with a totally different background, to think about studying in Denmark?
Too isolated???

I like the CBS program a lot but my only concern is that will i be the only unique fellow out there......

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Evan2007

You should apply. You're not going to be the only foreigner in Copenhagen, if that's what you're afraid of. And I just looked at the CBS profile here, and 86% of their MBA students come from abroad, with 22 nationalities represented.

Copenhagen is a very open city where you can get by pretty well with English (though it never hurts to learn the local language anywhere you live). It's not at all isolated - neither culturally nor economically.

So, should you apply to study there? Sure, why not?

Now finding a job there afterward? That's a different question, and the answer will depend on you, your skills, and possibly on how the program helps you out with local networking, internships, etc.

Good luck!

You should apply. You're not going to be the only foreigner in Copenhagen, if that's what you're afraid of. And I just looked at the CBS profile here, and 86% of their MBA students come from abroad, with 22 nationalities represented.

Copenhagen is a very open city where you can get by pretty well with English (though it never hurts to learn the local language anywhere you live). It's not at all isolated - neither culturally nor economically.

So, should you apply to study there? Sure, why not?

Now finding a job there afterward? That's a different question, and the answer will depend on you, your skills, and possibly on how the program helps you out with local networking, internships, etc.

Good luck!
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Akii

Thanks Evan!!

Thanks Evan!!
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