Frankfurt, ESMT, WHU, MBS - which is Ideal for career development ?


Since Frankfurt, ESMT, WHU, MBS have almost same fee structure. But still confused which one can give good career position in energy sector.
Since Frankfurt, ESMT, WHU, MBS have almost same fee structure. But still confused which one can give good career position in energy sector.
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Duncan
Try this: https://find-mba.com/board/general-forum/how-to-use-linkedin-to-find-the-best-school-28559

Also, energy is a big thing. Germany leads the UK on renewables. Is the MBS on your mind Mannheim? MBS normally means Manchester Business School.
Try this: https://find-mba.com/board/general-forum/how-to-use-linkedin-to-find-the-best-school-28559

Also, energy is a big thing. Germany leads the UK on renewables. Is the MBS on your mind Mannheim? MBS normally means Manchester Business School.
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thanks duncan for your reply. Yes i considered MBS as Mannheim. So, the confusion is should i go for top german schools or other european destinations and if german MBA from one of the mentioned schools is good then part time or full time.

Because part time looks advantageous as it enables to start a career in germany in parallel to MBA.

[Edited by ChAliGhafoor on Feb 01, 2020]

thanks duncan for your reply. Yes i considered MBS as Mannheim. So, the confusion is should i go for top german schools or other european destinations and if german MBA from one of the mentioned schools is good then part time or full time.

Because part time looks advantageous as it enables to start a career in germany in parallel to MBA.
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Duncan
If you can get a work permit without an MBA then a German course should come before a part time degree.
If you can get a work permit without an MBA then a German course should come before a part time degree.
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Hi! Can anyone tell me what is a minimum GMAT score for Frankfurt Msc finance or Frankfurt MIM program?
Hi! Can anyone tell me what is a minimum GMAT score for Frankfurt Msc finance or Frankfurt MIM program?
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Duncan
They don't have one, but I imagine the average will be over 600
They don't have one, but I imagine the average will be over 600
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Will there be a chance with 550 GMAT score in Frankfurt school?
Will there be a chance with 550 GMAT score in Frankfurt school?
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Duncan
Ask them. If you are much stronger than admitted candidates on most of the other measures, if your GMAT is well-balanced, and if you have both excellent references and funding in hand, then maybe.
Ask them. If you are much stronger than admitted candidates on most of the other measures, if your GMAT is well-balanced, and if you have both excellent references and funding in hand, then maybe.
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Any good school that I can target with 550 score?
Any good school that I can target with 550 score?
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And also does school ranking matter?
And also does school ranking matter?
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Duncan
The ranking reflects outcomes. Higher ranked schools perform better on the measures used by the ranking.
The ranking reflects outcomes. Higher ranked schools perform better on the measures used by the ranking.
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mba hipste...
Any good school that I can target with 550 score?

That is a rather low score, especially if you are from an over-represented applicant group. For instance, if you were a male applicant from India that would put you at a massive disadvantage, considering many similar applicants apply with (much) higher GMAT scores.

If you retook the GMAT and came back with a (balanced) 650+ GMAT score, you'd have a lot more options.
[quote]Any good school that I can target with 550 score?[/quote]
That is a rather low score, especially if you are from an over-represented applicant group. For instance, if you were a male applicant from India that would put you at a massive disadvantage, considering many similar applicants apply with (much) higher GMAT scores.

If you retook the GMAT and came back with a (balanced) 650+ GMAT score, you'd have a lot more options.
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Can anyone tell me about Frankfurt school admission test? How to prepare and what is its level as compared to GMAT or GRE?
Can anyone tell me about Frankfurt school admission test? How to prepare and what is its level as compared to GMAT or GRE?
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Duncan
The questions are similar. The only difference is that it's not, I believe, an adaptive test.
The questions are similar. The only difference is that it's not, I believe, an adaptive test.
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Any advice how to prepare Frankfurt admission test?
Any advice how to prepare Frankfurt admission test?
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Duncan
Prepare for the Gmat :)
Prepare for the Gmat :)
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laurie
Yes, it's specifically modeled on the GMAT and there's a wealth of prep material on the GMAT, so it should be pretty straightforward.
Yes, it's specifically modeled on the GMAT and there's a wealth of prep material on the GMAT, so it should be pretty straightforward.
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Hello @Duncan,

can you please guide how much minimum money should we have ?

considering school fee is 30K euros
Hello @Duncan,

can you please guide how much minimum money should we have ?

considering school fee is 30K euros
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Duncan
Let me Google that for you. https://www.timeshighereducation.com/student/advice/cost-studying-university-germany
Let me Google that for you. https://www.timeshighereducation.com/student/advice/cost-studying-university-germany
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