Master's in Solvay/Louvain/University of Zurich


Rana Azad
Hello,

I have received admission offer to pursue MSc in Management from Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management and from Louvain School of Management. I have an offer from University of Zurich as well to pursue MA in Management and Economics. I am not really sure which one will be more rewarding and provide with better learning experience.

Please suggest which program I should choose.
Thank you.
Hello,

I have received admission offer to pursue MSc in Management from Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management and from Louvain School of Management. I have an offer from University of Zurich as well to pursue MA in Management and Economics. I am not really sure which one will be more rewarding and provide with better learning experience.

Please suggest which program I should choose.
Thank you.
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Duncan
What are your goals?
What are your goals?
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Duncan
Is your French better than your German?
Is your French better than your German?
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Duncan
Then learn German and take an MSc taught in German.
Then learn German and take an MSc taught in German.
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Duncan
These are all good programmes for someone who speaks the local language. However, if you won't arrive in the country already speaking Dutch, French or German (respectively) then you won't develop fluency while taking an English-language degree. Most, or many, of the students on these degrees will not speak the local language. You will live in English. There are very few jobs that do not require the local language but which do require an MSc in management. So, none of these is a good option for someone who does not speak the local language. Take a language course, not an MSc.
These are all good programmes for someone who speaks the local language. However, if you won't arrive in the country already speaking Dutch, French or German (respectively) then you won't develop fluency while taking an English-language degree. Most, or many, of the students on these degrees will not speak the local language. You will live in English. There are very few jobs that do not require the local language but which do require an MSc in management. So, none of these is a good option for someone who does not speak the local language. Take a language course, not an MSc.
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