ESCP MBA in International Management German Track


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The ESCP MBA in IM is 10 months program divided into 2 semesters. The first semester must be completed in London, Turin or Paris and the second semester in Madrid, Berlin or Paris. Some say that because of this it is very difficult for non-EU applicants to find a job in the EU.

Someone figure it out correctly in his quora post - https://qr.ae/pGSL5u
"If you want to work in Germany after you get the Post Graduate degree, are you legally allowed a work permit since you only spent a semester there?"

However, I came to know that with the MBA in International Management German Track, you will receive an official German State degree accredited by ACQUIN.
It will involve an extra semester in Berlin from October to February. The investment of 4900 EUR and 5 months will return the German State degree and 30 Extra ECTS.

The course content of 3rd semester seems like a formality - Research Methods, Managing Complexity Elective (or other Elective), and Capstone Elective (or other Elective)

It would be great if someone evaluate this program.

The ESCP MBA in IM is 10 months program divided into 2 semesters. The first semester must be completed in London, Turin or Paris and the second semester in Madrid, Berlin or Paris. Some say that because of this it is very difficult for non-EU applicants to find a job in the EU.

Someone figure it out correctly in his quora post - https://qr.ae/pGSL5u
"If you want to work in Germany after you get the Post Graduate degree, are you legally allowed a work permit since you only spent a semester there?"

However, I came to know that with the MBA in International Management German Track, you will receive an official German State degree accredited by ACQUIN.
It will involve an extra semester in Berlin from October to February. The investment of 4900 EUR and 5 months will return the German State degree and 30 Extra ECTS.

The course content of 3rd semester seems like a formality - Research Methods, Managing Complexity Elective (or other Elective), and Capstone Elective (or other Elective)

It would be great if someone evaluate this program.
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Andy776

Hi, well ESCP just recently launched its MBA. Try Linkedin, you will have a bigger chance I think... 

Hi, well ESCP just recently launched its MBA. Try Linkedin, you will have a bigger chance I think... 
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Inactive User

Hi, well ESCP just recently launched its MBA.

It has been 4 years since ESCP launched its MBA program.
As per the ESCP website, The ESCP Master in European Business (MEB) becomes the MBA in International Management in September 2017.


Try Linkedin, you will have a bigger chance I think... 
I do not know how LinkedIn will give a clear picture of the German Track of MBA. Will you please help me a way to differentiate MBA without German track from MBA with German Track on LinkedIn profiles?

[quote]Hi, well ESCP just recently launched its MBA.[/quote]<div>
</div><div>It has been 4 years since ESCP launched its MBA program.<br></div><div>As per the ESCP website, The ESCP Master in European Business (MEB) becomes the MBA in International Management in September 2017.
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[quote] Try Linkedin, you will have a bigger chance I think...&nbsp; [/quote]</div><div>I do not know how LinkedIn will give a clear picture of the German Track of MBA. Will you please help me a way to differentiate MBA without German track from MBA with German Track on LinkedIn profiles?<br></div>
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Duncan

I don't think there is an easy way to do that in LinkedIn, and I doubt there is a big difference between alumni in Germany who have, or have not, taking that track. The bigger differences will be German language abilities and whether they base their job hunt in the West. 

I don't think there is an easy way to do that in LinkedIn, and I doubt there is a big difference between alumni in Germany who have, or have not, taking that track. The bigger differences will be German language abilities and whether they base their job hunt in the West.&nbsp;
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Andy776

4 years is super super recent. All the other schools have launched it 30+ years ago (at least)...  

[Edited by Andy776 on Sep 30, 2021]

4 years is super super recent. All the other schools have launched it 30+ years ago (at least)...&nbsp;&nbsp;
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I doubt there is a big difference between alumni in Germany who have, or have not, taking that track

It matters for Asian students who want to work in Germany after completing MBA. The visa type will be different. Please correct me if I am wrong.

There is no question about the importance of the local language. As it has been mentioned several times, it is recommended to get B2 in the respective language before starting the class in any non-English speaking country.

[quote] I doubt there is a big difference between alumni in Germany who have, or have not, taking that track [/quote]<br>It matters for Asian students who want to work in Germany after completing MBA. The visa type will be different. Please correct me if I am wrong.<br><br>There is no question about the importance of the local language. As it has been mentioned several times, it is recommended to get B2 in the respective language before starting the class in any non-English speaking country.
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@Andy776

4 years is super super recent. All the other schools have launched it 30+ years ago (at least)...  
 
Sir, you are diverting the topic. We all know that is recent, the information is already on their website.
Moreover, "try LinkedIn" is a very generic response. 

In my humble opinion, we must refrain from polluting the thread. It will be inconvenient for other users.


<div>@Andy776</div><div>[quote]4 years is super super recent. All the other schools have launched it 30+ years ago (at least)...&nbsp;&nbsp; [/quote]&nbsp;
</div><div>Sir, you are diverting the topic. We all know that is recent, the information is already on their website.
</div><div>Moreover, "try LinkedIn" is a very generic response.&nbsp;
</div><div><br>In my humble opinion, we must refrain from polluting the thread. It will be inconvenient for other users.</div><div>
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Andy776

Why all my respect with someone that only has 22 likes and 13 comments to his credit, please do not go in this direction to try to give the lesson to someone that has done more (with more likes)...
But I only send you kind regards ;)  

[Edited by Andy776 on Sep 30, 2021]

Why all my respect with someone that only has 22 likes and 13 comments to his credit, please do not go in this direction to try to give the lesson to someone that has done more (with more likes)...<br>But I only send you kind regards ;)&nbsp;&nbsp;
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@Andy776
There is no need for personal attacks on all of my replies.


22 likes on 13 comments vs your 37 likes on 23 comments -> If you know basic mathematics, you can deduce which one represents better quality.
In other posts, you mentioned that you have done an MBA. I am not sure how can you get to a Business School with such poor English writing.

I also send you kind regards and a piece of advice to learn English. Please do not make fun of yourself in a public forum.
 Peace.

@Andy776<br>There is no need for personal attacks on all of my replies.<br>
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</div><div>22 likes on 13 comments vs your 37 likes on 23 comments -&gt; If you know basic mathematics, you can deduce which one represents better quality.</div><br>In other posts, you mentioned that you have done an MBA. I am not sure how can you get to a Business School with such poor English writing.<br><br><div>I also send you kind regards and a piece of advice to learn English. Please do not make fun of yourself in a public forum.</div><br><div>&nbsp;Peace.</div><div>
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Andy776

@R100
I wish you the best in your career and sure I will take English classes.
I do not work in English for the past 4 years. 
Good luck!

[Edited by Andy776 on Oct 05, 2021]

@R100<br>I wish you the best in your career and sure I will take English classes.<br>I do not work in English for the past 4 years.&nbsp;<br>Good luck!
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Duncan

Learning German, surely, seems like a higher priority. 

Learning German, surely, seems like a higher priority.&nbsp;
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