MBA in Germany at free of cost


Hello,
I am a student from Bangladesh. I am doing my B.B.A here at a public university.My future plan is to achieve an MBA from Germany,from a reputed or ranked university(if possible).I am submitting my information below :

Study : B.B.A
University : Jagannath University,Dhaka, Bangladesh
Major : Accounting and Information Systems
work experience : no
IELTS : Going on (will sit for exam on december)
CGPA : 3.69 (till now)
extracurricular activities : I am the president of Rotaract club of Rajdhani Sonargaon

Preference : Universities that provide MBA at free of cost in Germany.


Please inform me "which universities i can try for & what should i do"

(my financial condition is not that much good.So please suggest me about the universities where i can do part-time job along with my study)

Duncan and others who can help me please suggest me with the information...

Hello,
I am a student from Bangladesh. I am doing my B.B.A here at a public university.My future plan is to achieve an MBA from Germany,from a reputed or ranked university(if possible).I am submitting my information below :

Study : B.B.A
University : Jagannath University,Dhaka, Bangladesh
Major : Accounting and Information Systems
work experience : no
IELTS : Going on (will sit for exam on december)
CGPA : 3.69 (till now)
extracurricular activities : I am the president of Rotaract club of Rajdhani Sonargaon

Preference : Universities that provide MBA at free of cost in Germany.


Please inform me "which universities i can try for & what should i do"

(my financial condition is not that much good.So please suggest me about the universities where i can do part-time job along with my study)

Duncan and others who can help me please suggest me with the information...
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Duncan

Well, of course there are no reputable, ranked MBAs that are free.

The MBA is, generally, a degree which outside the subcontinent requires three years work experience. Try mastersportal.eu

[Edited by Admin on Sep 06, 2016]

Well, of course there are no reputable, ranked MBAs that are free.

The MBA is, generally, a degree which outside the subcontinent requires three years work experience. Try mastersportal.eu
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Duncan

Unless you speak German at a high academic level, which you might have mentioned, then the cheapest option is https://www.hs-esslingen.de/en/the-university/faculties/graduate-school/masters-programs/mba-in-international-industrial-management/how-to-apply/application-faqs.html

Unless you speak German at a high academic level, which you might have mentioned, then the cheapest option is https://www.hs-esslingen.de/en/the-university/faculties/graduate-school/masters-programs/mba-in-international-industrial-management/how-to-apply/application-faqs.html

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Duncan,
Thanks for your reply ! However, i have heard of state owned universities in Germany which requires no academic fees to be paid by the students.What about the authenticity of the news and if yes, Which universities should i go for.
Your replies would be of great help.Please inform !!!

Duncan,
Thanks for your reply ! However, i have heard of state owned universities in Germany which requires no academic fees to be paid by the students.What about the authenticity of the news and if yes, Which universities should i go for.
Your replies would be of great help.Please inform !!!
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ezra

Do you speak German?

Do you speak German?
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I don't speak German. I will get myself admitted to a German language course.

please share your suggestion

I don't speak German. I will get myself admitted to a German language course.

please share your suggestion
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Duncan

Contact the DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service. It will take you a year full-time to get to an academic level of fluency in German (the DAAD can tell you about the options for language training but I can recommend the Munich and Leipzig universities), or some years part-time.

Generally, yes, state universities are free in Germany but their language of tuition is almost always German. Often their MBAs are run by public-private partnerships and those are expensive to run and thus not free.

Contact the DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service. It will take you a year full-time to get to an academic level of fluency in German (the DAAD can tell you about the options for language training but I can recommend the Munich and Leipzig universities), or some years part-time.

Generally, yes, state universities are free in Germany but their language of tuition is almost always German. Often their MBAs are run by public-private partnerships and those are expensive to run and thus not free.
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badux

Free English-language MBAs you probably won't find. But there are some reasonably priced masters in management programs in the country... Check out Mannheim Business School and the University of Cologne to start with.

Free English-language MBAs you probably won't find. But there are some reasonably priced masters in management programs in the country... Check out Mannheim Business School and the University of Cologne to start with.
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mranaee

Hi,

this is y question too. I was a PhD student in philosophy in Iran, and I have withdrawn to get a MBA degree from Germany. My German language skill is now B1, but I am continuing it and can take C1 or at least B2 before coming to Germany. I want to know whether there are German language MBA courses which are free or not, and if yes, where?

Thank you very much in advance.
Best,

Hi,

this is y question too. I was a PhD student in philosophy in Iran, and I have withdrawn to get a MBA degree from Germany. My German language skill is now B1, but I am continuing it and can take C1 or at least B2 before coming to Germany. I want to know whether there are German language MBA courses which are free or not, and if yes, where?

Thank you very much in advance.
Best,
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Duncan

Try daad.de and mastersportal.eu

Try daad.de and mastersportal.eu
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mranaee

thanks, but is the answer to my question is yes or no?

thanks, but is the answer to my question is yes or no?
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Duncan

No,the answer is don't ask questions you can answer yourself in less than a minute.

No,the answer is don't ask questions you can answer yourself in less than a minute.
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mranaee

Such a rude answer, if I've been familiar with the websites you've mentioned I wouldn't asked that question.

Such a rude answer, if I've been familiar with the websites you've mentioned I wouldn't asked that question.
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Duncan

You could have used those sites but instead you asked me to repeat an answer already given on this page, as is mastersportal.eu . I'm sorry you find it rude to be encouraged to do that basic research yourself but I think it is in your best interest.

[Edited by Duncan on Sep 30, 2015]

You could have used those sites but instead you asked me to repeat an answer already given on this page, as is mastersportal.eu . I'm sorry you find it rude to be encouraged to do that basic research yourself but I think it is in your best interest.
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