MBA admission in Europe


Hi All,



I am 29 years old from India with 8 years experience in IT industry. I want to pursue MBA in Europe and if I get a satisfying job post MBA, I can settle in Europe. Currently I am planning to do MBA in sebatical for Jan 2021 batch.



I am little confused on which course to take one year international MBA or MSc in mangement as MBA fees are quite high compared to MSc. What about job openings and package post MBA or MSc in Europe?



Currently I don't have a GMAT score or TOEFL.



It would be really helpful if someone can guide me on this.

[Edited by G987654321 on Aug 07, 2020]

Hi All, <br>
<br>
I am 29 years old from India with 8 years experience in IT industry. I want to pursue MBA in Europe and if I get a satisfying job post MBA, I can settle in Europe. Currently I am planning to do MBA in sebatical for Jan 2021 batch.<br>
<br>
I am little confused on which course to take one year international MBA or MSc in mangement as MBA fees are quite high compared to MSc. What about job openings and package post MBA or MSc in Europe?<br>
<br>
Currently I don't have a GMAT score or TOEFL. <br>
<br>
It would be really helpful if someone can guide me on this.
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Duncan

Europe has national labour markets, so focus on one country. Take a look at:-

Best MBAs for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143

Best MSc & MiM degrees for international students' placement https://find-mba.com/board/general-forum...

Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571

Europe has national labour markets, so focus on one country. Take a look at:-<br><br>Best MBAs for international students' placement&nbsp;<a href="https://www.find-mba.com/board/41143" rel="nofollow" style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143</a><br><br>Best MSc &amp; MiM degrees for international students' placement&nbsp;<a href="https://find-mba.com/board/general-forum/best-msc-mim-degrees-for-international-students-placement-52915" rel="nofollow" style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">https://find-mba.com/board/general-forum...</a><br><br>Do you need to speak the local language?&nbsp;<a href="https://www.find-mba.com/board/34713" rel="nofollow" style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">www.find-mba.com/board/34713</a><br><br>How to use LinkedIn to find the best school&nbsp;<a href="https://www.find-mba.com/board/33571" rel="nofollow" style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">www.find-mba.com/board/33571</a><br>
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mba hipste...

Yes, if you are interested in staying in Europe and working, focus on a country—where you already speak the language—and study where you want to work. 

In terms of an MSc vs. an MBA: the difference in course fees makes sense from the perspective of the audience and post-course ROI. The MSc programs are aimed at recent graduates who will see less salary gain after the program than the experienced professionals who see better outcomes with an MBA. 

Unless you are targeting specialized career roles in say a tech field, you should probably go with an MBA, given your experience level. 

Yes, if you are interested in staying in Europe and working, focus on a country—where you already speak the language—and study where you want to work.&nbsp;<br><br>In terms of an MSc vs. an MBA: the difference in course fees makes sense from the perspective of the audience and post-course ROI. The MSc programs are aimed at recent graduates who will see less salary gain after the program than the experienced professionals who see better outcomes with an MBA.&nbsp;<br><br>Unless you are targeting specialized career roles in say a tech field, you should probably go with an MBA, given your experience level.&nbsp;
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Thanks for the reply. 

Will go for MBA rather than MSc in Management. 

Which of these two colleges are better for International MBA. Based of rankings and placement I filtered two colleges that are best suited for my profile.

1. Rotterdam school of management, Netherland
2. EMLyon Business school, France

I am learning French and I can manage if it is in France or Netherlands. I like few colleges in Germany, but I am not familiar with German language. If you can suggest any other college in Netherland or France, it would be really helpful.

[Edited by G987654321 on Aug 11, 2020]

Thanks for the reply.&nbsp;<br><br>Will go for MBA rather than MSc in Management.&nbsp;<br><br>Which of these two colleges are better for International MBA. Based of rankings and placement I filtered two colleges that are best suited for my profile.<br><br>1. Rotterdam school of management, Netherland<br>2. EMLyon Business school, France<br><br>I am learning French and I can manage if it is in France or Netherlands. I like few colleges in Germany, but I am not familiar with German language. If you can suggest any other college in Netherland or France, it would be really helpful.
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mba hipste...

The official language of the Netherlands is Dutch, not French. Unless you already speak either or both of these languages at a *fluent* or near-fluent level, it's really hard to recommend either. A better school with more mobility (HEC) would better meet your goals, but: why not study in the UK or Ireland? 

The official language of the Netherlands is Dutch, not French. Unless you already speak either or both of these languages at a *fluent* or near-fluent level, it's really hard to recommend either. A better school with more mobility (HEC) would better meet your goals, but: why not study in the UK or Ireland?&nbsp;
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Duncan

Perhaps this person is thinking of Belgium, which has a large French-speaking minority? 

Perhaps this person is thinking of Belgium, which has a large French-speaking minority?&nbsp;
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