Euro MBA


tingwu

Hi everyone, just wondering if anyone is currently doing Euro*MBA from HHL? I am keen to take it up well solely because I am unable to do a full-time MBA.

What are the job prospects of finding a job in Germany after graduating from this program if I have already attained a B2 level in German?

Hi everyone, just wondering if anyone is currently doing Euro*MBA from HHL? I am keen to take it up well solely because I am unable to do a full-time MBA.

What are the job prospects of finding a job in Germany after graduating from this program if I have already attained a B2 level in German?
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Duncan

I can't think of an MBA role in Germany that you could do with only B2 German. Read Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

If you want a part-time MBA in order to work in Germany then it would be better to take a one-school programme, so you have a largely German cohort to network into, rather than the Euro*MBA.

I can't think of an MBA role in Germany that you could do with only B2 German. Read Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

If you want a part-time MBA in order to work in Germany then it would be better to take a one-school programme, so you have a largely German cohort to network into, rather than the Euro*MBA.
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azc

I can't think of an MBA role in Germany that you could do with only B2 German. Read Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

If you want a part-time MBA in order to work in Germany then it would be better to take a one-school programme, so you have a largely German cohort to network into, rather than the Euro*MBA.


Dear Duncan,
Appreciate your vision and knowledge about MBA programs. More I read blogs more I am getting confused about the best pick. I am sharing my short scenario case and career objective with you.
I am 39 from Pakistan working in NOC at Qatar. My short term goals are to work for IOC (E & P) company in UK anywhere or Aberdeen. My immigration process for Canada is about to mature and there is a minute possibility that I am be looking for some career options in Calgary/Alberta market. Reason for giving preference to UK is related to my better half professional career as she is a medical practitioner and she has clinical practice prospects in UK with no or very less chances in Canada/USA market.
My long term objectives are to establish my own business in any line of business like management/marketing/manufacturing/trading or anything else (I kept myself open to all to evaluate further till date).
I have seen couple of posts from you to target FT ranked college, but when I see the alumni status of Robert Gordon that gives me a different picture in my case as compared to Warwick, Imperial, Strathclyde.
https://www.linkedin.com/edu/alumni?id=12660
I can afford to do only online / Executive MBA. On campus MBA is not an option for me.
Question: Executive MBA normally are at much high rates than Online MBA. Is it worth to spend more money on Executive when you have same courses options in online degree?
Do these colleges like Warwick and Imperial mention on their degrees about mode of course, say online MBA?
Please advise me best suited program, I am open to US options too like Fisher/Kelly/Arizona State Uni/UT Dallas/ even though US programs are double the priced and has less ROI.
(I sent you a PM too, the same questions)

<blockquote>I can't think of an MBA role in Germany that you could do with only B2 German. Read Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

If you want a part-time MBA in order to work in Germany then it would be better to take a one-school programme, so you have a largely German cohort to network into, rather than the Euro*MBA. </blockquote>

Dear Duncan,
Appreciate your vision and knowledge about MBA programs. More I read blogs more I am getting confused about the best pick. I am sharing my short scenario case and career objective with you.
I am 39 from Pakistan working in NOC at Qatar. My short term goals are to work for IOC (E & P) company in UK anywhere or Aberdeen. My immigration process for Canada is about to mature and there is a minute possibility that I am be looking for some career options in Calgary/Alberta market. Reason for giving preference to UK is related to my better half professional career as she is a medical practitioner and she has clinical practice prospects in UK with no or very less chances in Canada/USA market.
My long term objectives are to establish my own business in any line of business like management/marketing/manufacturing/trading or anything else (I kept myself open to all to evaluate further till date).
I have seen couple of posts from you to target FT ranked college, but when I see the alumni status of Robert Gordon that gives me a different picture in my case as compared to Warwick, Imperial, Strathclyde.
https://www.linkedin.com/edu/alumni?id=12660
I can afford to do only online / Executive MBA. On campus MBA is not an option for me.
Question: Executive MBA normally are at much high rates than Online MBA. Is it worth to spend more money on Executive when you have same courses options in online degree?
Do these colleges like Warwick and Imperial mention on their degrees about mode of course, say online MBA?
Please advise me best suited program, I am open to US options too like Fisher/Kelly/Arizona State Uni/UT Dallas/ even though US programs are double the priced and has less ROI.
(I sent you a PM too, the same questions)
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Duncan

If you want to relocate to another country then you'll need to take a full-time programme there. An online programme is quite unlikely to help you. That is because of immigration rules, not what is written on the diploma.

If you want to relocate to another country then you'll need to take a full-time programme there. An online programme is quite unlikely to help you. That is because of immigration rules, not what is written on the diploma.
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badux

And to further expound on that: a full-time MBA program is ideal for people who want to transition from one country to another because it can provide robust career placement resources. The online MBAs and Executive MBA programs in general don't provide much support in this area, because they are rather designed for people who are relatively comfortable in their current career paths, and don't really need to make big jumps.

And to further expound on that: a full-time MBA program is ideal for people who want to transition from one country to another because it can provide robust career placement resources. The online MBAs and Executive MBA programs in general don't provide much support in this area, because they are rather designed for people who are relatively comfortable in their current career paths, and don't really need to make big jumps.
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