Frankfurt school of Finance and Management MSc in Finance


Hi, my name is Asad Kazmi and ive completed my BSc in Accounting and Finance from University of London International Prgrammes last year from Pakistan. I got an upper second class honors. Im interested in pursuing my masters in Germany and shortlisted FSFM as a potential university. I gave my GMAT recently and recieved 500, i wasnt satisfied with my result so i cancelled my score. Mainly so because initially i wanted to go to Mannheim but couldnt as i couldnt meet their 600 requirement, so now i want to know that is a score of 500 enough for FSFM or should i retake my GMAT?

Hi, my name is Asad Kazmi and ive completed my BSc in Accounting and Finance from University of London International Prgrammes last year from Pakistan. I got an upper second class honors. Im interested in pursuing my masters in Germany and shortlisted FSFM as a potential university. I gave my GMAT recently and recieved 500, i wasnt satisfied with my result so i cancelled my score. Mainly so because initially i wanted to go to Mannheim but couldnt as i couldnt meet their 600 requirement, so now i want to know that is a score of 500 enough for FSFM or should i retake my GMAT?
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Duncan

Congratulations on your University of London degree. I have my MBA from there, so welcome to the family.

Frankfurt also looks for a GMAT around 600. Why are you interested in German schools?

PS Do you also speak German?

[Edited by Duncan on May 09, 2017]

Congratulations on your University of London degree. I have my MBA from there, so welcome to the family.

Frankfurt also looks for a GMAT around 600. Why are you interested in German schools?

PS Do you also speak German?
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Congratulations on your University of London degree. I have my MBA from there, so welcome to the family.

Frankfurt also looks for a GMAT around 600. Why are you interested in German schools?

PS Do you also speak German?

Thank you!
You have MBA from Frankfurt School of Finance and Management?
Because Germany and Europe are good options career wise plus they have reputable Business schools. Dont have any other option left too because of deadline issues.
No i dont but plan on learning while studying to enhance employment opportunities.

[Edited by Asad Kazmi on May 09, 2017]

[quote]Congratulations on your University of London degree. I have my MBA from there, so welcome to the family.

Frankfurt also looks for a GMAT around 600. Why are you interested in German schools?

PS Do you also speak German?[/quote]
Thank you!
You have MBA from Frankfurt School of Finance and Management?
Because Germany and Europe are good options career wise plus they have reputable Business schools. Dont have any other option left too because of deadline issues.
No i dont but plan on learning while studying to enhance employment opportunities.
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Duncan

No, my MBA is from the University of London :)

I suggest you check with the school what sort of work opportunities will be available to people who don't speak good German. A year studying in English will certainly not allow you to get very far with German.

No, my MBA is from the University of London :)

I suggest you check with the school what sort of work opportunities will be available to people who don't speak good German. A year studying in English will certainly not allow you to get very far with German.
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No, my MBA is from the University of London :)

I suggest you check with the school what sort of work opportunities will be available to people who don't speak good German. A year studying in English will certainly not allow you to get very far with German.


Oh. That's nice, international programs?
I am not interested in the MBA, More interested in Ms finance. It's a two year program so I'll have time on my hand. Secondly, is the GMAT requirement same for MBA and Ms finance?

[quote]No, my MBA is from the University of London :)

I suggest you check with the school what sort of work opportunities will be available to people who don't speak good German. A year studying in English will certainly not allow you to get very far with German. [/quote]

Oh. That's nice, international programs?
I am not interested in the MBA, More interested in Ms finance. It's a two year program so I'll have time on my hand. Secondly, is the GMAT requirement same for MBA and Ms finance?
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