Take a look at these posts:-
How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571
Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713
If you are specifically targeting Linde, then RSN isn't the best option. In the Netherlands they hire more from Nyenrode's MBA (The RSM alum at Linde didn't take the MBA). However, there are a lot of Munich Business School and Insead MBAs at Linde in Germany, so those schools might be options.
-------- Linde is a start. I might go for n number of operations options there : Heineken, Shell , Cargill etc...
Nyenrode while might be good but no match for RSM. I am sure with my profile and background it will not be an issue.
I get a sense that RSM will provide a overall better education than any german b school at present . B school in germany is not quite a traditional entry point for leadership or managerial profiles in tech companies. Most of them enter through strong Master / Phd program in technology .---------
On Dutch, I don't quite ger davidra's point. I was admitted to RSM, have the CNVT qualification in Dutch and work for a Dutch company. I don't see how you will learn Dutch to anything like a professional level during the MBA. My experience at RSM was few of the international students were even able to buy coffee in Dutch. It's a explosively intense course (especially in the first two terms and remember, it has been compressed from 15 months into 12 months, while the number of courses has actually increased by one, rather than reduced so it's even more intensive). Even so, I'd recommend putting the effort into German if you have started. Some Dutch universities offer intensive Dutch language courses aimed at people who know German, because that language is so close.
--------------Correct not possible to learn dutch or any FL during the program.I better would like to land in EU with at least one FL competency. I agree and will go for German and will see later if I can pick on Dutch.------------------