EBS GERMANY-MASTER IN FINANCE


AS2106

Hi, my name is Robert and I'm from Panama which is a Spanish speaking country. I have been thinking lately about taking a Master in Finance in EBS and learn a new language as well. I have seen a lot of information regarding this school, which seems to be a good feedback to me related to education and labor opportunities. Somebody who is alumni, live in Germany or has some knowledge about this school could give an honest feedback and prove these? Is it worth my money a Master in Finance from EBS?
Also, are there any opportunities for foreigners to get a finance related job in Investment Banking or Securities Houses in Germany or Europe, after graduating from EBS? What are the chances?
I have a background in Investment Banking or Securities Houses, I’ve been for three years in the business already as an Institutional Investment Advisor. As well, I was in the International Business sector before for two years, so in total I have five years’ work experience. I’m 25 and did high school in the US, so i have command of English and Bachelor University diploma in Panama in Finance. Do I have any chances to get a job?

Thanks for the help!

Hi, my name is Robert and I'm from Panama which is a Spanish speaking country. I have been thinking lately about taking a Master in Finance in EBS and learn a new language as well. I have seen a lot of information regarding this school, which seems to be a good feedback to me related to education and labor opportunities. Somebody who is alumni, live in Germany or has some knowledge about this school could give an honest feedback and prove these? Is it worth my money a Master in Finance from EBS?
Also, are there any opportunities for foreigners to get a finance related job in Investment Banking or Securities Houses in Germany or Europe, after graduating from EBS? What are the chances?
I have a background in Investment Banking or Securities Houses, I’ve been for three years in the business already as an Institutional Investment Advisor. As well, I was in the International Business sector before for two years, so in total I have five years’ work experience. I’m 25 and did high school in the US, so i have command of English and Bachelor University diploma in Panama in Finance. Do I have any chances to get a job?

Thanks for the help!
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Duncan

Search the board. There was a recent thread about very poor placement at EBS. The Frankfurt School would be better. How much German could you learn while studying in English?

Search the board. There was a recent thread about very poor placement at EBS. The Frankfurt School would be better. How much German could you learn while studying in English?
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AS2106

Hopefully i can learn a pretty good German at the end of the course but not necessarily i want to get a job in Germany, what about the rest of Europe? To hold a title from Frankfurt University open those doors?

Appreciate your help!

Hopefully i can learn a pretty good German at the end of the course but not necessarily i want to get a job in Germany, what about the rest of Europe? To hold a title from Frankfurt University open those doors?

Appreciate your help!
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Duncan

How could you learn pretty good German during a year of studying in English? If you read the accounts of EBS students: they are not able to.

Europe's labour market is very national. Study where you want to work. Frankfurt University won't open those doors across Europe: only the handful of best schools really can do that. See rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-finance-pre-experience-2015 If you want to work in Germany, study at the Frankfurt School (not the university) after learning German.

How could you learn pretty good German during a year of studying in English? If you read the accounts of EBS students: they are not able to.

Europe's labour market is very national. Study where you want to work. Frankfurt University won't open those doors across Europe: only the handful of best schools really can do that. See rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-finance-pre-experience-2015 If you want to work in Germany, study at the Frankfurt School (not the university) after learning German.
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Hopefully i can learn a pretty good German at the end of the course but not necessarily i want to get a job in Germany, what about the rest of Europe? To hold a title from Frankfurt University open those doors?

Appreciate your help!


Are you joining EBS? If not , why? What information did you gather about EBS. please help me also.

[quote]Hopefully i can learn a pretty good German at the end of the course but not necessarily i want to get a job in Germany, what about the rest of Europe? To hold a title from Frankfurt University open those doors?

Appreciate your help![/quote]

Are you joining EBS? If not , why? What information did you gather about EBS. please help me also.
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