GISMA Business School Accreditation


HI everyone,

I have been enrolled at the above-mentioned School and my course is MSc in Project Management from ULAW, UK.

Now I know that the reputation is not that great but I'm confident that I'll land a job anyway, once the course is over. But my issue is whether my course is state-recognized so that there will be no issues while applying for PR in Germany. Otherwise, I'd have to wait 5 years to apply for PR.

Please help
Thanks

HI everyone,

I have been enrolled at the above-mentioned School and my course is MSc in Project Management from ULAW, UK.

Now I know that the reputation is not that great but I'm confident that I'll land a job anyway, once the course is over. But my issue is whether my course is state-recognized so that there will be no issues while applying for PR in Germany. Otherwise, I'd have to wait 5 years to apply for PR.

Please help
Thanks
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Duncan

Haven't you answered your own question? It leads to a British degree, not a German one. 

Why are you confident you will be able to land a job? Doesn't Berlin have the highest unemployment rate and lowest GDP of any of the major German cities? 

Haven't you answered your own question? It leads to a British degree, not a German one.&nbsp;<br><br>Why are you confident you will be able to land a job? Doesn't Berlin have the highest unemployment rate and lowest GDP of any of the major German cities?&nbsp;
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Haven't you answered your own question? It leads to a British degree, not a German one. 

Why are you confident you will be able to land a job? Doesn't Berlin have the highest unemployment rate and lowest GDP of any of the major German cities? 


Because I'm not dependent on the course to give me a job, I have 5 years of work experience and will get 18 months of job search visa once the course is over.


My only problem is Germany has the following PR rule if u wanna get it in 2 years
1) Must have studied in Germany at a state recognized institution.
2) Has worked and paid taxes in last 2 years.

Now can anybody help me as I don't think the country would allow GISMA to run these courses without some form of validations.

[quote]Haven't you answered your own question? It leads to a British degree, not a German one.&nbsp;<br><br>Why are you confident you will be able to land a job? Doesn't Berlin have the highest unemployment rate and lowest GDP of any of the major German cities?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Because I'm not dependent on the course to give me a job, I have 5 years of work experience and will get 18 months of job search visa once the course is over.<br><br><br>My only problem is Germany has the following PR rule if u wanna get it in 2 years<br>1) Must have studied in Germany at a state recognized institution.<br>2) Has worked and paid taxes in last 2 years.<br><br>Now can anybody help me as I don't think the country would allow GISMA to run these courses without some form of validations.
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Duncan

No, GISMA is not on the list of the state-recognised private universities in Berlin: https://www.berlin.de/sen/wissenschaft/einrichtungen/hochschulen/private-hochschulen/ 

State recognition has advantages, but it is voluntary and - importantly - it is a responsibility of each state government and not a task of the central government.

No, GISMA is not on the list of the state-recognised private universities in Berlin:&nbsp;<a href="https://www.berlin.de/sen/wissenschaft/einrichtungen/hochschulen/private-hochschulen/">https://www.berlin.de/sen/wissenschaft/einrichtungen/hochschulen/private-hochschulen/</a>&nbsp;<br><br>State recognition has advantages, but it is voluntary and - importantly - it is a responsibility of each state government and not a task of the central government.
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Thank you very much for that info.

Now can you tell me whether it is on the list of Government Recognized private institutions.

Thank you very much for that info.<br><br>Now can you tell me whether it is on the list of Government Recognized private institutions.
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Duncan

I'm not sure what you're asking me. Is it registered with the government in the way a bakery is, so it pays taxes and has insure employees? I assume so. Is it on the list of state-recognized private higher education institutions in Berlin? No, as you can see from the link I posted to the Berlin state website. 

I'm not sure what you're asking me. Is it registered with the government in the way a bakery is, so it pays taxes and has insure employees? I assume so. Is it on the list of state-recognized private higher education institutions in Berlin? No, as you can see from the link I posted to the Berlin state website.&nbsp;
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Ghentuni

Haven't you answered your own question? It leads to a British degree, not a German one. 

Why are you confident you will be able to land a job? Doesn't Berlin have the highest unemployment rate and lowest GDP of any of the major German cities? 


Because I'm not dependent on the course to give me a job, I have 5 years of work experience and will get 18 months of job search visa once the course is over.


My only problem is Germany has the following PR rule if u wanna get it in 2 years
1) Must have studied in Germany at a state recognized institution.
2) Has worked and paid taxes in last 2 years.

Now can anybody help me as I don't think the country would allow GISMA to run these courses without some form of validations.

Do you speak German? I know many people who have more than 5 years of work experience but couldn’t find jobs in Germany even after their degree because of the language. Do you have work ex that is highly valued in tech? After having lived in Europe for years as a non EU Citizen I can say that some of the very best are fighting for the top jobs in Germany in finance and tech and many of them come from the top schools from all over Europe. I haven’t seen very many non EU students being successful in getting a job in their desired country after a degree from a place like GISMA or Hult.
i don’t see how GISMA would be a good choice for any foreign student. 

[Edited by Ghentuni on Jun 20, 2020]

[quote][quote]Haven't you answered your own question? It leads to a British degree, not a German one.&nbsp;<br><br>Why are you confident you will be able to land a job? Doesn't Berlin have the highest unemployment rate and lowest GDP of any of the major German cities?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Because I'm not dependent on the course to give me a job, I have 5 years of work experience and will get 18 months of job search visa once the course is over.<br><br><br>My only problem is Germany has the following PR rule if u wanna get it in 2 years<br>1) Must have studied in Germany at a state recognized institution.<br>2) Has worked and paid taxes in last 2 years.<br><br>Now can anybody help me as I don't think the country would allow GISMA to run these courses without some form of validations. [/quote]<br>Do you speak German? I know many people who have more than 5 years of work experience but couldn’t find jobs in Germany even after their degree because of the language. Do you have work ex that is highly valued in tech? After having lived in Europe for years as a non EU Citizen I can say that some of the very best are fighting for the top jobs in Germany in finance and tech and many of them come from the top schools from all over Europe. I haven’t seen very many non EU students being successful in getting a job in their desired country after a degree from a place like GISMA or Hult.<br>i don’t see how GISMA would be a good choice for any foreign student.&nbsp;
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