MBA in Germany


Dear Guys,

I am planning for a full time MBA program in Germany in 2016 (either January or March). i am looking for a well known university with international accreditation such as WHU, ESMT, CBS, EBS, MANN, etc. I am a non-EU citizen and i dont speak German but i am planning to learn it during my MBA program.

I was looking for my options for Jan/March starting date but most of them they start only in September/October. Does anyone know any other high rank university that has an a summer term.


Thanks.

Dear Guys,

I am planning for a full time MBA program in Germany in 2016 (either January or March). i am looking for a well known university with international accreditation such as WHU, ESMT, CBS, EBS, MANN, etc. I am a non-EU citizen and i dont speak German but i am planning to learn it during my MBA program.

I was looking for my options for Jan/March starting date but most of them they start only in September/October. Does anyone know any other high rank university that has an a summer term.


Thanks.
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Duncan

The number of top programmes in German is small. WHU or ESMT is your best bet if you want to start in January.

I should also mention Rotterdam, which is not in Germany but has been a major destination for German students and recruiters over the last 40 years or so.

The number of top programmes in German is small. WHU or ESMT is your best bet if you want to start in January.

I should also mention Rotterdam, which is not in Germany but has been a major destination for German students and recruiters over the last 40 years or so.
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Duncan

PS You won't be able to learn German to a professional level during your MBA. See Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

PS You won't be able to learn German to a professional level during your MBA. See Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713
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i am sure a professional level wont be achieved in one year however, an intermediate level would be possible. But is it possible to find a job with that level ? and how long can anyone stay in Germany after graduation. I heard the German government would give one year only after graduation for non-EU citizens to stay in the country and look for a job. is that right ?

i am sure a professional level wont be achieved in one year however, an intermediate level would be possible. But is it possible to find a job with that level ? and how long can anyone stay in Germany after graduation. I heard the German government would give one year only after graduation for non-EU citizens to stay in the country and look for a job. is that right ?
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btw what about the cologne business shcool ? is it a high rank university in Germany ?

btw what about the cologne business shcool ? is it a high rank university in Germany ?
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Duncan

What work could you do with intermediate German? Work in a coffee shop?

No, CBS isn't a high ranking MBA school.

What work could you do with intermediate German? Work in a coffee shop?

No, CBS isn't a high ranking MBA school.
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haha i mean working in an international company where english is the main spoken language. but dont know if there are alot in germany.
what about the visa matter ? how long i can stay after graduation looking for job ?

haha i mean working in an international company where english is the main spoken language. but dont know if there are alot in germany.
what about the visa matter ? how long i can stay after graduation looking for job ?
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Duncan

Lots of discussion here already on the work permit issue. It's fair to say that it is not an issue if you find work laid over the national average.

I don't see what sort of firm in Germany would not have German as a working language. You would have to be an experienced investment banker, I guess. I can't see those people being hired out of German MBAs.

Lots of discussion here already on the work permit issue. It's fair to say that it is not an issue if you find work laid over the national average.

I don't see what sort of firm in Germany would not have German as a working language. You would have to be an experienced investment banker, I guess. I can't see those people being hired out of German MBAs.
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