mba from EU munich business school


mridula
hi.
i am running in my final year of bba from india and wish to persue mba in inernational business from munich business school.
i have heard quite well about the school from relatives,
but i personally dont know much about the school or till what extent it is recognised in the business world.
please can anyone draw some light on this.

how are the job prospects after doin an mba from this school?
please pitch in your point of views.
thanx
hi.
i am running in my final year of bba from india and wish to persue mba in inernational business from munich business school.
i have heard quite well about the school from relatives,
but i personally dont know much about the school or till what extent it is recognised in the business world.
please can anyone draw some light on this.

how are the job prospects after doin an mba from this school?
please pitch in your point of views.
thanx
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JohnnyL
Hi there,

When you look at German forums you will discover that Munich Business School is considered to be a show-off institution. They are neither internationally accredited nor internationally ranked and the institution has more the character of a private commercial college than of an university. Up to now, I have not met one person who graduated from this school and it is really unknown in the business world.

If you plan to do your MBA in the German speaking countries Mannheim, St. Gallen, WHU and Goethe Frankfurt should be your top choices.

Best,
JL
Hi there,

When you look at German forums you will discover that Munich Business School is considered to be a show-off institution. They are neither internationally accredited nor internationally ranked and the institution has more the character of a private commercial college than of an university. Up to now, I have not met one person who graduated from this school and it is really unknown in the business world.

If you plan to do your MBA in the German speaking countries Mannheim, St. Gallen, WHU and Goethe Frankfurt should be your top choices.

Best,
JL
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mridula
hey JL thanx for pithchin in ur views.
m reeely goin steady wid ma scelection now.
though iv still tld fw people i kno living in germay 2 get me the info in person...lets c

thanx again:)
n well what do u think of european univ? i mean is it well recognised aroun the world..??
hey JL thanx for pithchin in ur views.
m reeely goin steady wid ma scelection now.
though iv still tld fw people i kno living in germay 2 get me the info in person...lets c

thanx again:)
n well what do u think of european univ? i mean is it well recognised aroun the world..??

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JohnnyL
I have to admit I have never heard of european university. Where is it located?
I have to admit I have never heard of european university. Where is it located?
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vtdm
Hi,

I am currently looking for a full-time MBA program in Munich. I have personally checked out some the known ones here including the above mentioned. The european business college is located in a very unattractive location in town - almost all courses take place in the evenings, and the I am not sure about the overall quality. The Technische Universität München (TUM) offers only part-time MBA but it is only a few years old and I think it is rather expensive for what it offers. I also checked out the Munich Business School - they offer only part-time courses to be taken place every other Friday evenings and Saturdays. As I understand it, they want applicants who already hold full-time jobs. As Munich is my main focus, is there something else that someone can recommend? Thanks, Viviane
Hi,

I am currently looking for a full-time MBA program in Munich. I have personally checked out some the known ones here including the above mentioned. The european business college is located in a very unattractive location in town - almost all courses take place in the evenings, and the I am not sure about the overall quality. The Technische Universität München (TUM) offers only part-time MBA but it is only a few years old and I think it is rather expensive for what it offers. I also checked out the Munich Business School - they offer only part-time courses to be taken place every other Friday evenings and Saturdays. As I understand it, they want applicants who already hold full-time jobs. As Munich is my main focus, is there something else that someone can recommend? Thanks, Viviane
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JohnnyL
Hi there,

To be honest: Munich is not an "MBA city" and there is no quality full-time MBA available in Bavaria. The programs offered by the private schools have a poor quality (e.g. Munich Business School). TUM is an excellent university, but it focusses on engineering and natural sciences. The MBA they offer is small and a part-time Executive MBA.

When you are looking for a good fulltime MBA program close to Munich, St. Gallen may be a good choice. It is located in Switzerland, but close to the German border. I have no information how easily it can be reached by car or train (approx. 2-3 hours). The travel time to Mannheim should be nearly the same (approx. 3 hours). Frankfurt is one hour more.

Best,
JL
Hi there,

To be honest: Munich is not an "MBA city" and there is no quality full-time MBA available in Bavaria. The programs offered by the private schools have a poor quality (e.g. Munich Business School). TUM is an excellent university, but it focusses on engineering and natural sciences. The MBA they offer is small and a part-time Executive MBA.

When you are looking for a good fulltime MBA program close to Munich, St. Gallen may be a good choice. It is located in Switzerland, but close to the German border. I have no information how easily it can be reached by car or train (approx. 2-3 hours). The travel time to Mannheim should be nearly the same (approx. 3 hours). Frankfurt is one hour more.

Best,
JL
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york
TUM is an excellent university, but it focusses on engineering and natural sciences. The MBA they offer is small and a part-time Executive MBA.


What about this one: http://www.wi.tum.de/mba/ ?
<blockquote>TUM is an excellent university, but it focusses on engineering and natural sciences. The MBA they offer is small and a part-time Executive MBA.
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What about this one: http://www.wi.tum.de/mba/ ?
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york
Oh- Looks like they don't offer that one anymore: http://www.wi.tum.de/mba/bewerbung_zulassung
Oh- Looks like they don't offer that one anymore: http://www.wi.tum.de/mba/bewerbung_zulassung
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vtdm
Thanks,

I agree that Munich does not offer any good-quality, full-time MBAs.
Thanks,

I agree that Munich does not offer any good-quality, full-time MBAs.
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mridula
thank you ppl for ur views..
its ben ov gr8 help ..thanx again.

i hearby conclude that munich business school is a sure pitfall, though europe n 2 top it all germany is not my personal choice 4n MBA but i dnt kno from where i hrd 2 high about the college thus taut of applying..:(.
neway...a very happy new year 2 all...ciao
thank you ppl for ur views..
its ben ov gr8 help ..thanx again.

i hearby conclude that munich business school is a sure pitfall, though europe n 2 top it all germany is not my personal choice 4n MBA but i dnt kno from where i hrd 2 high about the college thus taut of applying..:(.
neway...a very happy new year 2 all...ciao


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turan
thank you ppl for ur views..
its ben ov gr8 help ..thanx again.

i hearby conclude that munich business school is a sure pitfall, though europe n 2 top it all germany is not my personal choice 4n MBA but i dnt kno from where i hrd 2 high about the college thus taut of applying..:(.
neway...a very happy new year 2 all...ciao


[quote]thank you ppl for ur views..
its ben ov gr8 help ..thanx again.

i hearby conclude that munich business school is a sure pitfall, though europe n 2 top it all germany is not my personal choice 4n MBA but i dnt kno from where i hrd 2 high about the college thus taut of applying..:(.
neway...a very happy new year 2 all...ciao


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turan
thank you ppl for ur views..
its ben ov gr8 help ..thanx again.

i hearby conclude that munich business school is a sure pitfall, though europe n 2 top it all germany is not my personal choice 4n MBA but i dnt kno from where i hrd 2 high about the college thus taut of applying..:(.
neway...a very happy new year 2 all...ciao


[quote][quote]thank you ppl for ur views..
its ben ov gr8 help ..thanx again.

i hearby conclude that munich business school is a sure pitfall, though europe n 2 top it all germany is not my personal choice 4n MBA but i dnt kno from where i hrd 2 high about the college thus taut of applying..:(.
neway...a very happy new year 2 all...ciao


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Jonas1995
A word of advice to you good people.. I wasted my money with EU business school.. do your research first.. they have court cases etc. etc. are not state accredited etc. do your own research..
A word of advice to you good people.. I wasted my money with EU business school.. do your research first.. they have court cases etc. etc. are not state accredited etc. do your own research..
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Duncan
The good news is that IESE now has an executive MBA campus in Munich, so at last there is better choice in Bavaria than the Ohm school and ICN campus in Nuremberg, both of which are more for pre experience students.
The good news is that IESE now has an executive MBA campus in Munich, so at last there is better choice in Bavaria than the Ohm school and ICN campus in Nuremberg, both of which are more for pre experience students.
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