MBA cources for mid managers


Hi,

I have about 16 years of experience in IT sales and sales support. I presume typical MBA courses are good for freshers or relatively less experience students. Can you suggest some good courses that is suitable for transition from mid management to next level of management. I am looking for courses in Germany, Medium in English, Placement in Germany / Europe.

Regards,
Abby

Hi,

I have about 16 years of experience in IT sales and sales support. I presume typical MBA courses are good for freshers or relatively less experience students. Can you suggest some good courses that is suitable for transition from mid management to next level of management. I am looking for courses in Germany, Medium in English, Placement in Germany / Europe.

Regards,
Abby
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Duncan

Outside south Asia, accredited MBA programmes are open only to participants with substantial work experience. Take a look at the FT MBA ranking, so long as you first learn fluent German, any of those programmes in Germany will be very likely to place you.

Outside south Asia, accredited MBA programmes are open only to participants with substantial work experience. Take a look at the FT MBA ranking, so long as you first learn fluent German, any of those programmes in Germany will be very likely to place you.
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Maybe I was not clear enough, I am not looking for the stereo MBA course, but for a course which might be specially designed for mid managers. Does German institute provide such courses?

Maybe I was not clear enough, I am not looking for the stereo MBA course, but for a course which might be specially designed for mid managers. Does German institute provide such courses?
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Duncan

Yes. Please read my answer again.

Yes. Please read my answer again.
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badux

The strong accredited full time MBA programs in Germany - ESMT, Frankfurt, Mannheim, etc. - usually recruit candidates with between 5-8 years of work experience on average. You'd be coming into a class like that with substantially more experience. However, the alternative would be an executive MBA program, which is generally designed for those who a lot of work experience and who don't want to make substantial career shifts.

The full-time programs are probably more appropriate for your goals, but you'll have to convince them that you do need an MBA at this point in your career, with your experience level.

The strong accredited full time MBA programs in Germany - ESMT, Frankfurt, Mannheim, etc. - usually recruit candidates with between 5-8 years of work experience on average. You'd be coming into a class like that with substantially more experience. However, the alternative would be an executive MBA program, which is generally designed for those who a lot of work experience and who don't want to make substantial career shifts.

The full-time programs are probably more appropriate for your goals, but you'll have to convince them that you do need an MBA at this point in your career, with your experience level.
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