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Can anyone tell me job prospects for international (Indian students) after completion of Msc.marketing and Data Analytics program from Paris school of business? And expected /approximate package one can expect?
Can anyone tell me job prospects for international (Indian students) after completion of Msc.marketing and Data Analytics program from Paris school of business? And expected /approximate package one can expect?
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Duncan
I think it's fair to say there is no prospect of an Indian student finding relevant work with this qualification. This is not a well known school and I can't see any reason why a French speaking international student would enroll in it. To work in mainland Europe, either attend a top school or learn the language and take a master's taught in that language.
I think it's fair to say there is no prospect of an Indian student finding relevant work with this qualification. This is not a well known school and I can't see any reason why a French speaking international student would enroll in it. To work in mainland Europe, either attend a top school or learn the language and take a master's taught in that language.
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Ayon
Job prospect is a one way ticket back to India. Unless you can do the following, in no order

1) Converse in French
2) Master in visualization: Tableau, Alteryx, Kibana, Grafana,
3) Master in Data processing on open source: Spark, Kafka, HDFS
4) Master in data extraction: SQL, HBase, RDMS concepts
5) Good in statistics: R, SAS, SPSS, Jupyter
6) Familiar with ML: Hive, Splunk

there are a lot of other programs like Elasticsearch, Logstash, PNDA, Neo4J, for Indexing, Search, Stream processing, Batch processing etc.
Apply all these to extract information from data to tell story by visualization. e.g. How to increase Average Revenue Per User (ARPU). If you could do that it wouldn't matter if you are India or Italian, you'll get the job.
Job prospect is a one way ticket back to India. Unless you can do the following, in no order

1) Converse in French
2) Master in visualization: Tableau, Alteryx, Kibana, Grafana,
3) Master in Data processing on open source: Spark, Kafka, HDFS
4) Master in data extraction: SQL, HBase, RDMS concepts
5) Good in statistics: R, SAS, SPSS, Jupyter
6) Familiar with ML: Hive, Splunk

there are a lot of other programs like Elasticsearch, Logstash, PNDA, Neo4J, for Indexing, Search, Stream processing, Batch processing etc.
Apply all these to extract information from data to tell story by visualization. e.g. How to increase Average Revenue Per User (ARPU). If you could do that it wouldn't matter if you are India or Italian, you'll get the job.
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Thanks for the suggestions. I am looking for a post graduate degree with good job prospects, and can speak A1 level French. So please do recommend suitable program in Analytics or Data science. My background have 2years experience in IT domain, and studied engineering computer science. I am looking for this fall-2018 programs, I know I am actually late as application deadlines are over for many colleges and have limited options
Thanks for the suggestions. I am looking for a post graduate degree with good job prospects, and can speak A1 level French. So please do recommend suitable program in Analytics or Data science. My background have 2years experience in IT domain, and studied engineering computer science. I am looking for this fall-2018 programs, I know I am actually late as application deadlines are over for many colleges and have limited options
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Larry
No offense, but with only A1 level French at this point, it's pretty much impossible for you to improve your language skills to the level you'd need to get a job in France after just a year.

Your best bet would be to do a program at a (much) better business school. For instance HEC Paris and Ecole Polytechnique offer a joint MSc in Data Science. Probably has much better post-degree career possibilities.
No offense, but with only A1 level French at this point, it's pretty much impossible for you to improve your language skills to the level you'd need to get a job in France after just a year.

Your best bet would be to do a program at a (much) better business school. For instance HEC Paris and Ecole Polytechnique offer a joint MSc in Data Science. Probably has much better post-degree career possibilities.
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Can please someone advice regarding the below:

I am ana electrical engineer with 10 years of working experience in the telecommunications industry and willing to shift my career to management consultancy.

1) is it a must to hold an MBA if i want to apply for top business consultancy firms? (Mckinsey, deloitte, Pwc,...etc) or they are looking to other skills such as the logic and analytical skills that i have?

2) if i must hold an MBA, do they consider any MBA? Or it must be in top 10 or 20 or 30 or what exact the least ranking they can consider? (For example, do these firms consider degrees from universities ranked 36 in FT? Or they think that this is a tier 2 or 3?)
Thanks
Can please someone advice regarding the below:

I am ana electrical engineer with 10 years of working experience in the telecommunications industry and willing to shift my career to management consultancy.

1) is it a must to hold an MBA if i want to apply for top business consultancy firms? (Mckinsey, deloitte, Pwc,...etc) or they are looking to other skills such as the logic and analytical skills that i have?

2) if i must hold an MBA, do they consider any MBA? Or it must be in top 10 or 20 or 30 or what exact the least ranking they can consider? (For example, do these firms consider degrees from universities ranked 36 in FT? Or they think that this is a tier 2 or 3?)
Thanks
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Duncan
1. If you want a support role, for example as a slide designer or receptionist, then you don't need an MBA. If for the strategy consultancies you will need a good MBA or PhD.
3. This will vary from country to country and region to region but, generally, those firms each recruit from a small number of elite schools. Use LinkedIn to see which schools' alumni are best represented in the geography they are targetting. The lower-tier school will have a smaller percentage of its alumni in those firms unless it is a national leader. The #36 school, Alliance MBS, can (like Cass or Cranfield) place a few people into the top strategy consulting firms but, indeed, a better school will be better for UK roles: Oxbridge or LBS.
1. If you want a support role, for example as a slide designer or receptionist, then you don't need an MBA. If for the strategy consultancies you will need a good MBA or PhD.
3. This will vary from country to country and region to region but, generally, those firms each recruit from a small number of elite schools. Use LinkedIn to see which schools' alumni are best represented in the geography they are targetting. The lower-tier school will have a smaller percentage of its alumni in those firms unless it is a national leader. The #36 school, Alliance MBS, can (like Cass or Cranfield) place a few people into the top strategy consulting firms but, indeed, a better school will be better for UK roles: Oxbridge or LBS.
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