MBA in Germany, Frankfurt/Mannheim


Hi,

Anybody applying for the MBA programs at Frankfurt and Mannheim to start in fall 2016?

I am!

The Mannheim application is not open yet but I've already started the Frankfurt one.

I have been taking German classes for the past year and will continue until next September. Hopefully by then I will have a good grasp of the language so that I can network and try to find a job during the MBA.
[quote]Hi,

Anybody applying for the MBA programs at Frankfurt and Mannheim to start in fall 2016?

I am!

The Mannheim application is not open yet but I've already started the Frankfurt one.

I have been taking German classes for the past year and will continue until next September. Hopefully by then I will have a good grasp of the language so that I can network and try to find a job during the MBA.[/quote]
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hi,

I am also eager to get admission in one of the universities in Germany for MBA. Please consider me as well.

Can anyone send me complete information about the admission.
hi,

I am also eager to get admission in one of the universities in Germany for MBA. Please consider me as well.

Can anyone send me complete information about the admission.
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Duncan
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laurie
hi,

I am also eager to get admission in one of the universities in Germany for MBA. Please consider me as well.

Can anyone send me complete information about the admission.

Each school will have different admission requirements and procedures. For the level of the schools being discussed in this thread (Mannheim/Frankfurt), you'll probably need a certain amount of work experience, plus an undergraduate degree and a GMAT score. For these international programs, German language is usually not required, although if you want to land a job in the country after you graduate you will probably need a high-level command of the language.
[quote]hi,

I am also eager to get admission in one of the universities in Germany for MBA. Please consider me as well.

Can anyone send me complete information about the admission.
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Each school will have different admission requirements and procedures. For the level of the schools being discussed in this thread (Mannheim/Frankfurt), you'll probably need a certain amount of work experience, plus an undergraduate degree and a GMAT score. For these international programs, German language is usually not required, although if you want to land a job in the country after you graduate you will probably need a high-level command of the language.
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