Help choose the best school out of these by quality, job possibilities, location


Vijay007

Hi everyone,
I have selected a few schools below in Germany and France. I have searched all over the internet but the information is confusing and therefor not able to decide whether its good or bad.Please give your own view, pros and cons of each one of them and suggest which one I should go for. Thank you all.

IFAM Business School
ESCE - Ecole Superieure du Commerce Exterieur
Cnam - International Insitute of Management
ICN Business School, Nancy

EU munich business school
Georg Simon Ohm University
University of Furtwagen.

Hi everyone,
I have selected a few schools below in Germany and France. I have searched all over the internet but the information is confusing and therefor not able to decide whether its good or bad.Please give your own view, pros and cons of each one of them and suggest which one I should go for. Thank you all.

IFAM Business School
ESCE - Ecole Superieure du Commerce Exterieur
Cnam - International Insitute of Management
ICN Business School, Nancy

EU munich business school
Georg Simon Ohm University
University of Furtwagen.

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Duncan

Cnam - International Insitute of Management is the only one with international accreditation, so that's at the top of the list.
ICN Business School is also part of the well respected grande ecole system, so it goes second. If I wanted to work in France, it would be a hard choice between then. ICN has much better facilities and students, but Cnam's accreditation is powerful outside France.

The Georg Simon Ohm and Furtwagen universities of applied sciences are not elite schools, but they are solid and respected. Munich Business School (If you actually mean "Munich Business School") is a respected private school school, better than either of them. But I wonder if you might mean "European University Munich", which is a terrible school - certainly worse than any of the others.

IFAM Business School and ESCE - Ecole Superieure du Commerce Exterieur are both odd for-profit schools that are not so well respected. ESCE is part of Laureate, the big US private education group. It probably has the edge on most IFAM courses, but IFAM has a International MBA option which leads to a valuable US degree.

Cnam - International Insitute of Management is the only one with international accreditation, so that's at the top of the list.
ICN Business School is also part of the well respected grande ecole system, so it goes second. If I wanted to work in France, it would be a hard choice between then. ICN has much better facilities and students, but Cnam's accreditation is powerful outside France.

The Georg Simon Ohm and Furtwagen universities of applied sciences are not elite schools, but they are solid and respected. Munich Business School (If you actually mean "Munich Business School") is a respected private school school, better than either of them. But I wonder if you might mean "European University Munich", which is a terrible school - certainly worse than any of the others.

IFAM Business School and ESCE - Ecole Superieure du Commerce Exterieur are both odd for-profit schools that are not so well respected. ESCE is part of Laureate, the big US private education group. It probably has the edge on most IFAM courses, but IFAM has a International MBA option which leads to a valuable US degree.
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Vijay , I am guessing you are from India.

If you study in Europe you wont get post study work permit, Company will have to sponsor you which is very rare unless you are skilled worker and knowing local language in Europe can also be important when one thinks of Job possibilities.

All the best

Vijay , I am guessing you are from India.

If you study in Europe you wont get post study work permit, Company will have to sponsor you which is very rare unless you are skilled worker and knowing local language in Europe can also be important when one thinks of Job possibilities.

All the best
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Duncan

Some students go get work permits, others don't. Looking again at ICN, I imagine you have applied for the Master of Science in International Management. That looks like an excellent programme, with a semester abroad and an international internship. Of the schools you have mentioned, I would chose that unless you were in the fashion industry, in which case the Cnam fashion MBA would be better.

Some students go get work permits, others don't. Looking again at ICN, I imagine you have applied for the Master of Science in International Management. That looks like an excellent programme, with a semester abroad and an international internship. Of the schools you have mentioned, I would chose that unless you were in the fashion industry, in which case the Cnam fashion MBA would be better.
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Vijay007

Thank you both for your input.
@Masood- Information given is really helpful. But I do speak French and planning to learn German as well if required.

@Duncan- I am looking forward to do an MBA in International Bis. Mgt. in one of the schools I mentioned.
Kindly tel me more about below schools.
Pforzheim University
Paris Business school
Saarland University
MBA ESG
IAE-University of Nice Sophia Antipolis

Also, some universities like Bremen and University of Nice Sophia Antipolis they offer Dual Degree. How's it different from a regular one and what's its scope?

Really appreciate your efforts.
Thank you.

Thank you both for your input.
@Masood- Information given is really helpful. But I do speak French and planning to learn German as well if required.

@Duncan- I am looking forward to do an MBA in International Bis. Mgt. in one of the schools I mentioned.
Kindly tel me more about below schools.
Pforzheim University
Paris Business school
Saarland University
MBA ESG
IAE-University of Nice Sophia Antipolis

Also, some universities like Bremen and University of Nice Sophia Antipolis they offer Dual Degree. How's it different from a regular one and what's its scope?

Really appreciate your efforts.
Thank you.
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Duncan

A dual degree is two degrees.

I don't think there is a school called the "Paris Business school" is there? What's its name in French?

From top to bottom, assuming your goal is a typical international MBA-type career...

Pforzheim University: Well-established and solid regional programme.
IAE-University of Nice Sophia Antipolis
ESG: good programme, but really a pre-experience degree.
Saarland University seems very abstract and academic: a long way below the others.

A dual degree is two degrees.

I don't think there is a school called the "Paris Business school" is there? What's its name in French?

From top to bottom, assuming your goal is a typical international MBA-type career...

Pforzheim University: Well-established and solid regional programme.
IAE-University of Nice Sophia Antipolis
ESG: good programme, but really a pre-experience degree.
Saarland University seems very abstract and academic: a long way below the others.
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Vijay007

Thanks Duncan,

I meant 'Paris School of Business'.
Also please suggest some good schools for international MBA in Germany and France. My budget is upto 18000 Euros.
Would really appreciate if you could guide me to the best school I can get with the budget I have.

Cheers!

Thanks Duncan,

I meant 'Paris School of Business'.
Also please suggest some good schools for international MBA in Germany and France. My budget is upto 18000 Euros.
Would really appreciate if you could guide me to the best school I can get with the budget I have.

Cheers!
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Duncan

Well, I don't know your background, GMAT or career goals. For that budget, I would look at the Hochschule Bremen's International Graduate Center, the Furtwangen University of Applied Sciences and the Chambéry Graduate School of Business.

But I would also look at:
University of Essex
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
The University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Koc University
Cyprus International Institute of Management (CIIM)
Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel (HUBrussel)

Well, I don't know your background, GMAT or career goals. For that budget, I would look at the Hochschule Bremen's International Graduate Center, the Furtwangen University of Applied Sciences and the Chambéry Graduate School of Business.

But I would also look at:
University of Essex
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
The University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Koc University
Cyprus International Institute of Management (CIIM)
Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel (HUBrussel)
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ralph

Also please suggest some good schools for international MBA in Germany and France. My budget is upto 18000 Euros.

With that budget, have you considered looking outside of Germany and France? I'm thinking of CEU - its fees are unheard of for an AMBA-accredited school, and living expenses may be less in a place like Budapest.

But depending on your career goals - where you want to end up, eventually - this may or may not work for you.

<blockquote>Also please suggest some good schools for international MBA in Germany and France. My budget is upto 18000 Euros.</blockquote>
With that budget, have you considered looking outside of Germany and France? I'm thinking of CEU - its fees are unheard of for an AMBA-accredited school, and living expenses may be less in a place like Budapest.

But depending on your career goals - where you want to end up, eventually - this may or may not work for you.
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Duncan

That's an excellent option.

That's an excellent option.
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Vijay ,
Finally which school have you narrowed down to ?

Regards
Venkat

Vijay ,
Finally which school have you narrowed down to ?

Regards
Venkat
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