Cheap MBA-Executive in Germany.


Hello, I am Aircraft Engineer. I have around 5 years of experience. I have done PGDM in India. I am looking for a good executive course in Germany which is cheap or a course where I can get a descent scholarship. I know there are programs where student study for three days and work for remaining and many other programs like this. I am at intermediate level in German, but I have not taken GMAT yet. Please suggest me some course keeping my budget in mind.

Hello, I am Aircraft Engineer. I have around 5 years of experience. I have done PGDM in India. I am looking for a good executive course in Germany which is cheap or a course where I can get a descent scholarship. I know there are programs where student study for three days and work for remaining and many other programs like this. I am at intermediate level in German, but I have not taken GMAT yet. Please suggest me some course keeping my budget in mind.
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Duncan

Assuming that you are unable to speak and study in German, I can't think of anything. What is your budget?

Take a look at mastersportal.eu

Assuming that you are unable to speak and study in German, I can't think of anything. What is your budget?

Take a look at mastersportal.eu
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Thank you very much for your response Duncan.

Budget, 7-8K Euros.

Or a good university where I can get Good Scholarship.

I am in B1 level of German till next intake I will do another level.

Thank you very much for your response Duncan.

Budget, 7-8K Euros.

Or a good university where I can get Good Scholarship.

I am in B1 level of German till next intake I will do another level.
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mba hipste...

I don't think you'll find many accredited EMBA programs in that budget range. You can probably look in other parts of Europe for more affordable programs, like CEU Business School in Hungary, for instance, which offers an EMBA for around 16000 EUR. I think that Poland's Kozminski University has an EMBA in Minsk now, which is less than 10k EUR. Check on that program, though, some of the curriculum might be delivered in Russian, but I'm not sure.

I don't think you'll find many accredited EMBA programs in that budget range. You can probably look in other parts of Europe for more affordable programs, like CEU Business School in Hungary, for instance, which offers an EMBA for around 16000 EUR. I think that Poland's Kozminski University has an EMBA in Minsk now, which is less than 10k EUR. Check on that program, though, some of the curriculum might be delivered in Russian, but I'm not sure.
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Duncan

Really, I think your only chance is to take an MA or MSc, perhaps taught in German. I know the Ohm school has allowed part-time students in its MA, for example, although their website does not seem to mention that: http://www.th-nuernberg.de/institutionen/fakultaeten/betriebswirtschaft/studienangebot/international-business-study-programs/page.html

Really, I think your only chance is to take an MA or MSc, perhaps taught in German. I know the Ohm school has allowed part-time students in its MA, for example, although their website does not seem to mention that: http://www.th-nuernberg.de/institutionen/fakultaeten/betriebswirtschaft/studienangebot/international-business-study-programs/page.html
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Thank you very much for your swift response- Mba hipster and Duncan. What about Scholarship, do good school provide good schoarships or assistance of any kind. I can also look in other countries where people speak German like Poland etc.

Thank you very much for your swift response- Mba hipster and Duncan. What about Scholarship, do good school provide good schoarships or assistance of any kind. I can also look in other countries where people speak German like Poland etc.
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Duncan

These very low-cost programmes have small budgets, so for scholarships you should look at the government not the university: contact the DAAD office in your country.

Do many people in Poland speak German at a business level? Certainly it's less widely spoken than English or Russian there.

These very low-cost programmes have small budgets, so for scholarships you should look at the government not the university: contact the DAAD office in your country.

Do many people in Poland speak German at a business level? Certainly it's less widely spoken than English or Russian there.
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