MBA in europe


iamjegan

Hi
My Epitome:
1. Working in IT industry for more than 2 years
2. No GMAT score - even if I do, I will get 600 or less
3. Registered for IELTS. Expecting more than 6.5

My Need:
1. I am interested to do MBA in Europe
2. Must get a job in Europe
3. Cannot spend more money - even if I spend I need ROI
4. College must be accredited

Please advise on the colleges that I can apply.
I heard about Hochschule Bremen. How about this college and also let me know the list of colleges that i can apply.
Thanks in advance.

Hi
My Epitome:
1. Working in IT industry for more than 2 years
2. No GMAT score - even if I do, I will get 600 or less
3. Registered for IELTS. Expecting more than 6.5

My Need:
1. I am interested to do MBA in Europe
2. Must get a job in Europe
3. Cannot spend more money - even if I spend I need ROI
4. College must be accredited

Please advise on the colleges that I can apply.
I heard about Hochschule Bremen. How about this college and also let me know the list of colleges that i can apply.
Thanks in advance.
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Duncan

Look for programmes that are accredited by AMBA, EQUIS or AASCB. The Bremen MBA is not accredited, but it does have a dual degree option with UNCW which is.

If you must get a job, then look for a programme that is well ranked, and in a country where you speak the language. I think Bradford, Aston and Birmingham are good to start with.

Look for programmes that are accredited by AMBA, EQUIS or AASCB. The Bremen MBA is not accredited, but it does have a dual degree option with UNCW which is.

If you must get a job, then look for a programme that is well ranked, and in a country where you speak the language. I think Bradford, Aston and Birmingham are good to start with.
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iamjegan

What about the below. Please advise on each of the following for a better understanding. And kindly rank it based on ROI, accreditation, job.

1. MBA in international Industrial management
Hochschule Esslingen - university of applied sciences

2. Hof university of Applied sciences
German-Indian Management Studies
(1st sem in India and next in Germany - Will I get a job in germany? )

3. International Business Consulting (IBC) ? (MBA) University of Applied Sciences Offenburg

4. International Business Management ? (MBA)
Furtwangen University of Applied Sciences (Campus Villingen-Schwenningen, germany)

5. Master of Business Administration in General Management
HHL ? Leipzig Graduate School of Management

6. European University Munich
(a guy from this university keeps on calling me to join here. )

7. MBA International Management ? (MBA)
Hochschule Pforzheim

8. MBA General Management
Riedlingen University

What about the below. Please advise on each of the following for a better understanding. And kindly rank it based on ROI, accreditation, job.

1. MBA in international Industrial management
Hochschule Esslingen - university of applied sciences

2. Hof university of Applied sciences
German-Indian Management Studies
(1st sem in India and next in Germany - Will I get a job in germany? )

3. International Business Consulting (IBC) ? (MBA) University of Applied Sciences Offenburg

4. International Business Management ? (MBA)
Furtwangen University of Applied Sciences (Campus Villingen-Schwenningen, germany)

5. Master of Business Administration in General Management
HHL ? Leipzig Graduate School of Management

6. European University Munich
(a guy from this university keeps on calling me to join here. )

7. MBA International Management ? (MBA)
Hochschule Pforzheim

8. MBA General Management
Riedlingen University
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Duncan

These are very uneven. Take a look at the German ranking http://www.wiwo.de/ranking-die-besten-unis-und-fachhochschulen/6482762.html

I think the only program with very strong placement is HHL. Esslingen and Pforzheim are strong. Offenburg and Furtwagen have good local reputations. The other Fachhochsculen are weak. The European University has a weak reputation and can be avoided.

These are very uneven. Take a look at the German ranking http://www.wiwo.de/ranking-die-besten-unis-und-fachhochschulen/6482762.html

I think the only program with very strong placement is HHL. Esslingen and Pforzheim are strong. Offenburg and Furtwagen have good local reputations. The other Fachhochsculen are weak. The European University has a weak reputation and can be avoided.
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