Masters in Germany with A1 Language Skills or A2?


Hello everyone,
I am applying for Masters in Management in Germany. However, I believe I don't have a good enough profile (or the time) to fit into a government funded school. As of now, I have the following credentials
IELTS 7 (lowest 6)
CGPA: 2.58/4...around 70% (Bachelors in Accounting & Finance)
International AIESEC Internship in Turkey
5 years of blogging experience (part-time)
Numerous national level events (leadership, management experience)

No POST Bachelors Degree Experience

Hence, I think I'll get into the following universities.
Cologne Business School
Gisma Business School
IUBH (Bad Honem or Berlin)
SRH Hochschule Berlin

Now my actual question is that, I want to work (part time) and also after earning my degree in Germany. I am aware that good language skills are required to land a job. Please suggest me if I should go in this winter semester (after completing my A1 course) Or should I wait for a semester, do A2 here as well...and then apply for the next intake?
Also let me know if I can get into any other universities which have a good reputation? Preferably Berlin, Cologne or Munich.
One more question I wanted to ask, do state universities (business) open admissions in the start of the year too? Or only Winter as stated on DAAD for most of them.

Hello everyone,
I am applying for Masters in Management in Germany. However, I believe I don't have a good enough profile (or the time) to fit into a government funded school. As of now, I have the following credentials
IELTS 7 (lowest 6)
CGPA: 2.58/4...around 70% (Bachelors in Accounting & Finance)
International AIESEC Internship in Turkey
5 years of blogging experience (part-time)
Numerous national level events (leadership, management experience)

No POST Bachelors Degree Experience

Hence, I think I'll get into the following universities.
Cologne Business School
Gisma Business School
IUBH (Bad Honem or Berlin)
SRH Hochschule Berlin

Now my actual question is that, I want to work (part time) and also after earning my degree in Germany. I am aware that good language skills are required to land a job. Please suggest me if I should go in this winter semester (after completing my A1 course) Or should I wait for a semester, do A2 here as well...and then apply for the next intake?
Also let me know if I can get into any other universities which have a good reputation? Preferably Berlin, Cologne or Munich.
One more question I wanted to ask, do state universities (business) open admissions in the start of the year too? Or only Winter as stated on DAAD for most of them.
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Duncan

Study German full time for a semester and then you will be at B2. Lots of schools start in the second semester. Use the DAAD website.

Study German full time for a semester and then you will be at B2. Lots of schools start in the second semester. Use the DAAD website.
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mba hipste...

What's your GMAT score? If it's at least 600 you might want to look at schools like WHU Beisheim, which is ranked in the FT's ranking.

What's your GMAT score? If it's at least 600 you might want to look at schools like WHU Beisheim, which is ranked in the FT's ranking.
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