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naman

Hi All,

I might have asked this question before however that was some time back....I have currently got admits from both Mannheim and WHU Business school....

Really need your help in deciding one....I am learning German language and have decided to go to Germany however the above dilemma...

WHU seems attractive with the internship option however I have heard earlier Mannheim program structure was better....Though I will not choose any international track at Mannheim but only the German track...

Please suggest....


Many Thanks...

Hi All,

I might have asked this question before however that was some time back....I have currently got admits from both Mannheim and WHU Business school....

Really need your help in deciding one....I am learning German language and have decided to go to Germany however the above dilemma...

WHU seems attractive with the internship option however I have heard earlier Mannheim program structure was better....Though I will not choose any international track at Mannheim but only the German track...

Please suggest....


Many Thanks...
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Duncan

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ralph

What are your career goals?

Mannheim is a more competitive MBA - and it has a larger alumni network across most major management industries (marketing, finance, information technology.) However, if your goal was a consulting job, you could consider WHU.

I guess it depends on how important an internship is for you.

I'd take a look at the courses offered in each program and see which is more appealing.

What are your career goals?

Mannheim is a more competitive MBA - and it has a larger alumni network across most major management industries (marketing, finance, information technology.) However, if your goal was a consulting job, you could consider WHU.

I guess it depends on how important an internship is for you.

I'd take a look at the courses offered in each program and see which is more appealing.

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naman

What are your career goals?

Mannheim is a more competitive MBA - and it has a larger alumni network across most major management industries (marketing, finance, information technology.) However, if your goal was a consulting job, you could consider WHU.

I guess it depends on how important an internship is for you.

I'd take a look at the courses offered in each program and see which is more appealing.




Thanks Ralph. Well my career goal is to stay in the IT industry preferably telecom. one question Ihad about internships is that does WHU help us in getting internships or we have to get one via our networks. Also I heard last 3 months of Mannheim are for a final thesis and its working on a real issue.

Mannheim is way up in rankings than WHU even if both are the best schools in germany and thats what worries me in taking up WHU.

<blockquote>What are your career goals?

Mannheim is a more competitive MBA - and it has a larger alumni network across most major management industries (marketing, finance, information technology.) However, if your goal was a consulting job, you could consider WHU.

I guess it depends on how important an internship is for you.

I'd take a look at the courses offered in each program and see which is more appealing.

</blockquote>


Thanks Ralph. Well my career goal is to stay in the IT industry preferably telecom. one question Ihad about internships is that does WHU help us in getting internships or we have to get one via our networks. Also I heard last 3 months of Mannheim are for a final thesis and its working on a real issue.

Mannheim is way up in rankings than WHU even if both are the best schools in germany and thats what worries me in taking up WHU.
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