job prospects after pursuing an MBA in Germany...


Dave30
Thanks Duncan.. This will help..

Regards,
Dave.
Thanks Duncan.. This will help..

Regards,
Dave.
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Mahalaxmi
Can u please let me know the details of job opportunity in Germany after doing MBA from India,
If yes, what all will be terms and condition or procedure


Thankyou,
Mahalaxmi
Can u please let me know the details of job opportunity in Germany after doing MBA from India,
If yes, what all will be terms and condition or procedure



Thankyou,
Mahalaxmi
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Duncan
How good is your German?
How good is your German?
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maubia
Can u please let me know the details of job opportunity in Germany after doing MBA from India,
If yes, what all will be terms and condition or procedure


Thankyou,
Mahalaxmi


Just curious.. why are you considering Germany?
<blockquote>Can u please let me know the details of job opportunity in Germany after doing MBA from India,
If yes, what all will be terms and condition or procedure



Thankyou,
Mahalaxmi</blockquote>

Just curious.. why are you considering Germany?
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maubia
Mannheim has launched his part-time program; the structure (10 modules, 1 social project, 1 company project, 2 residencies) looks very similar to the Essec-Mannheim format.
It's interesting to note that they offer an early bird reduction of 7000e to people enrolling before the end of the year.
Mannheim has launched his part-time program; the structure (10 modules, 1 social project, 1 company project, 2 residencies) looks very similar to the Essec-Mannheim format.
It's interesting to note that they offer an early bird reduction of 7000e to people enrolling before the end of the year.
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Mahalaxmi
How good is your German?



I have basic knowledge of German and now learning second level
<blockquote>How good is your German?</blockquote>



I have basic knowledge of German and now learning second level
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Mahalaxmi
Mannheim has launched his part-time program; the structure (10 modules, 1 social project, 1 company project, 2 residencies) looks very similar to the Essec-Mannheim format.
It's interesting to note that they offer an early bird reduction of 7000e to people enrolling before the end of the year.



Thankyou very much...but what about the job opportunity
<blockquote>Mannheim has launched his part-time program; the structure (10 modules, 1 social project, 1 company project, 2 residencies) looks very similar to the Essec-Mannheim format.
It's interesting to note that they offer an early bird reduction of 7000e to people enrolling before the end of the year.</blockquote>



Thankyou very much...but what about the job opportunity
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Duncan
Without proficient German I think your job opportunities would be very limited.
Without proficient German I think your job opportunities would be very limited.
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Mahalaxmi
ok, i have more 1 year to finish my MBA and within that period soon i will learn


And thanks a lot for the information
ok, i have more 1 year to finish my MBA and within that period soon i will learn


And thanks a lot for the information
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I was following this thread last year when I was applying for the MBA programs in Germany. Now that I am in Hochschule Pforzheim, let me give you some interesting statistics.

Salaries revolve around 60,000 Euros per year and I am talking about the higher bracket here. There are students who are working with Henkel, Continental, Bosch, Daimler, KPMG, Roche, Infosys in middle and senior management positions and very good profiles. This is my alumni that I am talking about which are mostly non German passport holders - in fact a majority of them are non EU Passport holders.

There are students who have got jobs which almost no German speaking skills and then there are people who went back to their country for jobs because they got nothing in Germany in spite of being fluent in German.

I believe it all depends on how well you network during the years of your MBA and it is definitely advisable to pick up German because that is the least you can do if you are staying in a country for 2 years. Makes life easier and the job applications too.

The 4th semester students as of today are doing brilliant internships - just FYI
I was following this thread last year when I was applying for the MBA programs in Germany. Now that I am in Hochschule Pforzheim, let me give you some interesting statistics.

Salaries revolve around 60,000 Euros per year and I am talking about the higher bracket here. There are students who are working with Henkel, Continental, Bosch, Daimler, KPMG, Roche, Infosys in middle and senior management positions and very good profiles. This is my alumni that I am talking about which are mostly non German passport holders - in fact a majority of them are non EU Passport holders.

There are students who have got jobs which almost no German speaking skills and then there are people who went back to their country for jobs because they got nothing in Germany in spite of being fluent in German.

I believe it all depends on how well you network during the years of your MBA and it is definitely advisable to pick up German because that is the least you can do if you are staying in a country for 2 years. Makes life easier and the job applications too.

The 4th semester students as of today are doing brilliant internships - just FYI
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naman
I was following this thread last year when I was applying for the MBA programs in Germany. Now that I am in Hochschule Pforzheim, let me give you some interesting statistics.

Salaries revolve around 60,000 Euros per year and I am talking about the higher bracket here. There are students who are working with Henkel, Continental, Bosch, Daimler, KPMG, Roche, Infosys in middle and senior management positions and very good profiles. This is my alumni that I am talking about which are mostly non German passport holders - in fact a majority of them are non EU Passport holders.

There are students who have got jobs which almost no German speaking skills and then there are people who went back to their country for jobs because they got nothing in Germany in spite of being fluent in German.

I believe it all depends on how well you network during the years of your MBA and it is definitely advisable to pick up German because that is the least you can do if you are staying in a country for 2 years. Makes life easier and the job applications too.

The 4th semester students as of today are doing brilliant internships - just FYI


Thank you for your encouraging words w.r.t. job opportunities in Germany. I have received confirmation from the Mannheim Business School for their MBA program this September.... I assume it is (as of today) the best business school in Germany. Any idea whether salaries from Mannheim alumni would be greater than what you quoted ? Being in Germany what do you consider about the brand value of Mannheim Business School in comparison with other business school.
<blockquote>I was following this thread last year when I was applying for the MBA programs in Germany. Now that I am in Hochschule Pforzheim, let me give you some interesting statistics.

Salaries revolve around 60,000 Euros per year and I am talking about the higher bracket here. There are students who are working with Henkel, Continental, Bosch, Daimler, KPMG, Roche, Infosys in middle and senior management positions and very good profiles. This is my alumni that I am talking about which are mostly non German passport holders - in fact a majority of them are non EU Passport holders.

There are students who have got jobs which almost no German speaking skills and then there are people who went back to their country for jobs because they got nothing in Germany in spite of being fluent in German.

I believe it all depends on how well you network during the years of your MBA and it is definitely advisable to pick up German because that is the least you can do if you are staying in a country for 2 years. Makes life easier and the job applications too.

The 4th semester students as of today are doing brilliant internships - just FYI</blockquote>

Thank you for your encouraging words w.r.t. job opportunities in Germany. I have received confirmation from the Mannheim Business School for their MBA program this September.... I assume it is (as of today) the best business school in Germany. Any idea whether salaries from Mannheim alumni would be greater than what you quoted ? Being in Germany what do you consider about the brand value of Mannheim Business School in comparison with other business school.

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Fist of all, congratulations~!

You have made it to a great school and from what I hear, the alumni of Mannheim is doing very well and are at least at par if not better than our alumni (depends on not just the salaries but what kind of profile are these MBA grads getting into). It is a great place to be!

It has got AACSB and gets featured in almost all the rankings regular of premiere German B Schools (there are hardly any). The return on Investment however is much higher in HS Pforzheim from many angles. I am talking about the tuition fees here- get the drift? You have a great option in your hand already, you should be able to choose wisely! Good luck!
Fist of all, congratulations~!

You have made it to a great school and from what I hear, the alumni of Mannheim is doing very well and are at least at par if not better than our alumni (depends on not just the salaries but what kind of profile are these MBA grads getting into). It is a great place to be!

It has got AACSB and gets featured in almost all the rankings regular of premiere German B Schools (there are hardly any). The return on Investment however is much higher in HS Pforzheim from many angles. I am talking about the tuition fees here- get the drift? You have a great option in your hand already, you should be able to choose wisely! Good luck!

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Mahalaxmi
I was following this thread last year when I was applying for the MBA programs in Germany. Now that I am in Hochschule Pforzheim, let me give you some interesting statistics.

Salaries revolve around 60,000 Euros per year and I am talking about the higher bracket here. There are students who are working with Henkel, Continental, Bosch, Daimler, KPMG, Roche, Infosys in middle and senior management positions and very good profiles. This is my alumni that I am talking about which are mostly non German passport holders - in fact a majority of them are non EU Passport holders.

There are students who have got jobs which almost no German speaking skills and then there are people who went back to their country for jobs because they got nothing in Germany in spite of being fluent in German.

I believe it all depends on how well you network during the years of your MBA and it is definitely advisable to pick up German because that is the least you can do if you are staying in a country for 2 years. Makes life easier and the job applications too.

The 4th semester students as of today are doing brilliant internships - just FYI



Thank you for your positive answer, and its encourages me to do well more!!
<blockquote>I was following this thread last year when I was applying for the MBA programs in Germany. Now that I am in Hochschule Pforzheim, let me give you some interesting statistics.

Salaries revolve around 60,000 Euros per year and I am talking about the higher bracket here. There are students who are working with Henkel, Continental, Bosch, Daimler, KPMG, Roche, Infosys in middle and senior management positions and very good profiles. This is my alumni that I am talking about which are mostly non German passport holders - in fact a majority of them are non EU Passport holders.

There are students who have got jobs which almost no German speaking skills and then there are people who went back to their country for jobs because they got nothing in Germany in spite of being fluent in German.

I believe it all depends on how well you network during the years of your MBA and it is definitely advisable to pick up German because that is the least you can do if you are staying in a country for 2 years. Makes life easier and the job applications too.

The 4th semester students as of today are doing brilliant internships - just FYI</blockquote>



Thank you for your positive answer, and its encourages me to do well more!!
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Mahalaxmi
I was following this thread last year when I was applying for the MBA programs in Germany. Now that I am in Hochschule Pforzheim, let me give you some interesting statistics.

Salaries revolve around 60,000 Euros per year and I am talking about the higher bracket here. There are students who are working with Henkel, Continental, Bosch, Daimler, KPMG, Roche, Infosys in middle and senior management positions and very good profiles. This is my alumni that I am talking about which are mostly non German passport holders - in fact a majority of them are non EU Passport holders.

There are students who have got jobs which almost no German speaking skills and then there are people who went back to their country for jobs because they got nothing in Germany in spite of being fluent in German.

I believe it all depends on how well you network during the years of your MBA and it is definitely advisable to pick up German because that is the least you can do if you are staying in a country for 2 years. Makes life easier and the job applications too.

The 4th semester students as of today are doing brilliant internships - just FYI


Thank you for your encouraging words w.r.t. job opportunities in Germany. I have received confirmation from the Mannheim Business School for their MBA program this September.... I assume it is (as of today) the best business school in Germany. Any idea whether salaries from Mannheim alumni would be greater than what you quoted ? Being in Germany what do you consider about the brand value of Mannheim Business School in comparison with other business school.



Hi Naman, and congratulation..
May I know what is the eligibility and fees in Mannheim Business School?
<blockquote><blockquote>I was following this thread last year when I was applying for the MBA programs in Germany. Now that I am in Hochschule Pforzheim, let me give you some interesting statistics.

Salaries revolve around 60,000 Euros per year and I am talking about the higher bracket here. There are students who are working with Henkel, Continental, Bosch, Daimler, KPMG, Roche, Infosys in middle and senior management positions and very good profiles. This is my alumni that I am talking about which are mostly non German passport holders - in fact a majority of them are non EU Passport holders.

There are students who have got jobs which almost no German speaking skills and then there are people who went back to their country for jobs because they got nothing in Germany in spite of being fluent in German.

I believe it all depends on how well you network during the years of your MBA and it is definitely advisable to pick up German because that is the least you can do if you are staying in a country for 2 years. Makes life easier and the job applications too.

The 4th semester students as of today are doing brilliant internships - just FYI</blockquote>

Thank you for your encouraging words w.r.t. job opportunities in Germany. I have received confirmation from the Mannheim Business School for their MBA program this September.... I assume it is (as of today) the best business school in Germany. Any idea whether salaries from Mannheim alumni would be greater than what you quoted ? Being in Germany what do you consider about the brand value of Mannheim Business School in comparison with other business school.

</blockquote>

Hi Naman, and congratulation..
May I know what is the eligibility and fees in Mannheim Business School?
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Namita
Hi Guys,

How will you rank these below universities.
Though in same thread views are given for rankings but any idea about where these college currently stands
Any idea about websites ,which can provide few details about german college :-
I have shortlisted below universities

Pforzheim
EBS business school
ESMT
Mannheim(Masters in Business informatics)
Hi Guys,

How will you rank these below universities.
Though in same thread views are given for rankings but any idea about where these college currently stands
Any idea about websites ,which can provide few details about german college :-
I have shortlisted below universities

Pforzheim
EBS business school
ESMT
Mannheim(Masters in Business informatics)
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naman
Hi Mahalaxmi,

Fees is 33k euros and for eligibility you can visit their website.... http://www.mannheim-mba.com/full-time-mba.html
Hi Mahalaxmi,

Fees is 33k euros and for eligibility you can visit their website.... http://www.mannheim-mba.com/full-time-mba.html

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Mahalaxmi
Thank you,.
Thank you,.
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Madeline
Hi Namita,

ESMT costs 29,000 for the MBA and you can find out more information here: https://www.esmt.org/eng/mba-emba/

That looks like a good short list of schools for applying, but I think your experience (personal, academic, and career afterwards) will be very different at each one. It would probably be worth contacting the schools per email and asking for a student or alumni contact so that you can find out what people with a similar profile to yours experience. Also have a look at the websites for student statistics - not just salary and rankings, but international, industry, etc.

Good luck!
Hi Namita,

ESMT costs 29,000 for the MBA and you can find out more information here: https://www.esmt.org/eng/mba-emba/

That looks like a good short list of schools for applying, but I think your experience (personal, academic, and career afterwards) will be very different at each one. It would probably be worth contacting the schools per email and asking for a student or alumni contact so that you can find out what people with a similar profile to yours experience. Also have a look at the websites for student statistics - not just salary and rankings, but international, industry, etc.

Good luck!
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Namita
Hi Madeline,

Thanks for a reply.
I am 24 yrs/F/India, with total 4 years of work expereince in leading IT consultancy, and i have completed Bsc. in computer science.
I am looking for college with job prospects in I.T.

Regards,
Namita
Hi Madeline,

Thanks for a reply.
I am 24 yrs/F/India, with total 4 years of work expereince in leading IT consultancy, and i have completed Bsc. in computer science.
I am looking for college with job prospects in I.T.

Regards,
Namita
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Duncan
How good is your German? Without really fluent German I struggle to see how you can find work in Germany.
How good is your German? Without really fluent German I struggle to see how you can find work in Germany.
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