How is MBA Prospect of Germany and how is the Job oppurtunity in Germany........


Hello everyone.... I am a working professional I have close to 4 years experience in IT industry(Oracle Corporation and ABB). I am intrested in doing MBA from Germany can u please assist me which MBA field I should opt for which is easier in getting a job in Germany.How is the Job senerio in Germany especially after recession and what is the chance of getting a good job after MBA in Germany.Please assist me in giving kind and frank suggestion whether I should opt for doing MBA in Germany and what are the good colleges and hot Subject Area which will help in getting a good job in Germany.Awatiing for your quick response based on that I will think over in pursing for MBA in Germany, also one more thing are the MBA colleges are affiliated in India,so that I can try for jobs in India also if required thanks regards Gaurav

Hello everyone.... I am a working professional I have close to 4 years experience in IT industry(Oracle Corporation and ABB). I am intrested in doing MBA from Germany can u please assist me which MBA field I should opt for which is easier in getting a job in Germany.How is the Job senerio in Germany especially after recession and what is the chance of getting a good job after MBA in Germany.Please assist me in giving kind and frank suggestion whether I should opt for doing MBA in Germany and what are the good colleges and hot Subject Area which will help in getting a good job in Germany.Awatiing for your quick response based on that I will think over in pursing for MBA in Germany, also one more thing are the MBA colleges are affiliated in India,so that I can try for jobs in India also if required thanks regards Gaurav
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JohnnyL

Hi there,

First of all, I would only consider the top schools in the German speaking world: Mannheim, St. Gallen (Switzerland), WHU, Goethe. Beware of the smaller "Fachhochschulen" and second-tier schools like EBS or ESMT. The job market in Germany is not as much affected by the crisis as in many countries and IT experts still have good chances to find a job. However, at least a basic knowledge of German is required for nearly any job in Germany.

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JL

Hi there,

First of all, I would only consider the top schools in the German speaking world: Mannheim, St. Gallen (Switzerland), WHU, Goethe. Beware of the smaller "Fachhochschulen" and second-tier schools like EBS or ESMT. The job market in Germany is not as much affected by the crisis as in many countries and IT experts still have good chances to find a job. However, at least a basic knowledge of German is required for nearly any job in Germany.

Best
JL
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Mesix

I agree with JohnnyL about the top schools in Germany. I would add one more to the list of schools to consider. If you're going to include St. Gallen in Switzerland, then you may also want consider WU in Vienna as a possibility. The programs at WU have international recognition among the top schools in Europe.

I agree with JohnnyL about the top schools in Germany. I would add one more to the list of schools to consider. If you're going to include St. Gallen in Switzerland, then you may also want consider WU in Vienna as a possibility. The programs at WU have international recognition among the top schools in Europe.
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Thanks a lot for your suggestions.
Colleges which both of u suggested are in switzerland,can u give me the list of colleges in Germany only which are good as per International Standard and also the MBA courses which I should opt for that will help me in getting decent job there.I got 600 in GMAT can u suggest me which colleges I should apply in Germany which comes in my bandwith and whether I will get Scholarship?


thanks
regards
Gaurav

Thanks a lot for your suggestions.
Colleges which both of u suggested are in switzerland,can u give me the list of colleges in Germany only which are good as per International Standard and also the MBA courses which I should opt for that will help me in getting decent job there.I got 600 in GMAT can u suggest me which colleges I should apply in Germany which comes in my bandwith and whether I will get Scholarship?


thanks
regards
Gaurav
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Heinz

The job market in Germany looks really strong right now. Unemployment has reached a 18-year low: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/4aad862e-e27b-11df-9ea3-00144feabdc0.html

I'm an mechanical engineer from Eastern Europe with three years managerial work experience in a MNC. I speak English and some basic German.

Which German MBA program would you suggest to land a job in management in Germany/Europe?

The job market in Germany looks really strong right now. Unemployment has reached a 18-year low: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/4aad862e-e27b-11df-9ea3-00144feabdc0.html

I'm an mechanical engineer from Eastern Europe with three years managerial work experience in a MNC. I speak English and some basic German.

Which German MBA program would you suggest to land a job in management in Germany/Europe?
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EBS is quite good. I recently read a story about an American who moved to Germany to study MBA in EBS.

EBS is quite good. I recently read a story about an American who moved to Germany to study MBA in EBS.
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