MBA in German B School in Winter 2020


Avi K

Hello Folks,

Keeping the current situation in mind I am just confused about whether I should go for MBA program in German B-School starting Oct/Nov 2020? The world economy is badly hit and I am not sure about the job opportunities and market post-course completion or should I defer for next year's Oct 2021 intake?

Thanks in Advance!!

Hello Folks,

Keeping the current situation in mind I am just confused about whether I should go for MBA program in German B-School starting Oct/Nov 2020? The world economy is badly hit and I am not sure about the job opportunities and market post-course completion or should I defer for next year's Oct 2021 intake?

Thanks in Advance!!
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Duncan

If you write and speak German at a high professional standard, and earn less than the average graduate of the schools you are targeting, start this year. There is a shortage of talent even now. 

If you do not write and speak German at a high professional standard. Come to a German speaking region and take an intensive language course for one or two semesters. 

If you write and speak German at a high professional standard, and earn less than the average graduate of the schools you are targeting,&nbsp;start this year. There is a shortage of talent even now.&nbsp;<br><br>If you do not write and speak German at a high professional standard. Come to a German speaking region and take an intensive language course for one or two semesters.&nbsp;
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Avi K

Hi Duncan,

Thanks for your thoughts. I have started learning german recently, not fluent in writing and speaking at this moment. I have received admission offers from HTW- MBAE, ESB, Kempten, and Saarland University. Most of them going to conduct a hybrid semesters. What's your opinion on this?


Hi Duncan,<br><br>Thanks for your thoughts. I have started learning german recently, not fluent in writing and speaking at this moment. I have received&nbsp;admission&nbsp;offers from HTW- MBAE, ESB, Kempten, and Saarland University. Most of them going to conduct a&nbsp;hybrid semesters. What's your opinion on this?<br><br><br>
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Duncan

Those are inferior choices to one or two semesters of intensive German. State universities can be really affordable, compared to MBAs. Speak to your local DAAD.de office. 

Those are inferior choices to one or two semesters of intensive German. State universities can be really affordable, compared to MBAs. Speak to your local DAAD.de office.&nbsp;
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