ESMT Berlin Vs UCD Smurfit


sbhatt619
Hello Experts, I have secured an admission to UCD Smurfit and I have a interview scheduled for ESMT Berlin this week. With the high odds in the favor of getting an admit there as well. Given that I have been working in the IT industry for about 5.5 years in India and I have a inclination towards tech-management roles, which would be a better college for me. Another thing to be considered is that I have started learning German, and currently am midway in A1 level. If I choose ESMT, I will have enough time till next January to reach B1 level I guess, on the other hand UCD doesnt have this language barrier and course starts in August but again no tech related courses a part of MBA here. So please advice me guys which college will give me better job prospects ? ESMT with tech facing mba and with B1 level German or UCD with comfortable english but no tech education. Also Germany should be having more opportunities as compared to Ireland. Please advice
Hello Experts, I have secured an admission to UCD Smurfit and I have a interview scheduled for ESMT Berlin this week. With the high odds in the favor of getting an admit there as well. Given that I have been working in the IT industry for about 5.5 years in India and I have a inclination towards tech-management roles, which would be a better college for me. Another thing to be considered is that I have started learning German, and currently am midway in A1 level. If I choose ESMT, I will have enough time till next January to reach B1 level I guess, on the other hand UCD doesnt have this language barrier and course starts in August but again no tech related courses a part of MBA here. So please advice me guys which college will give me better job prospects ? ESMT with tech facing mba and with B1 level German or UCD with comfortable english but no tech education. Also Germany should be having more opportunities as compared to Ireland. Please advice
quote
laurie
B1 in German will not be enough to get to professional-level fluency before graduating.

If you're aiming for management-level MBA jobs, a tech component in the actual program is not entirely necessary. Employers will put much more value on your language skills, and whether or not you can lead teams effectively.
B1 in German will not be enough to get to professional-level fluency before graduating.

If you're aiming for management-level MBA jobs, a tech component in the actual program is not entirely necessary. Employers will put much more value on your language skills, and whether or not you can lead teams effectively.
quote

Reply to Post

Related Business Schools

Full Profile
Berlin, Germany 127 Followers 134 Discussions
Dublin, Ireland 22 Followers 95 Discussions

Hot Discussions