MBA in germany or not


bhardwaj
Hello All,its nice to see the poral with so responsive ,hence in hope suggestion for the below-
My name is bharat and An engineer along with 6 years of software engineer experience .wana to go for MBA and also open for MS in computer science. wish to work in Germany. currenly learning German and aimed to get atleast B2 . have confusion on some poits as below-
1) is there any MBA school which tution fees is free or lesser . or along with the scholarship. ?
2) have read on multiple portal , that it is easy to get job as technical person, while job on MBA degree , chances is lesser to get job. ?

kindly which one i choose MBA or MS to get the opportunity for job . my wish to add MBA in my profile but if the german companiese offers lesser opportunity then wish to go with MS, please suggest.
Hello All,its nice to see the poral with so responsive ,hence in hope suggestion for the below-
My name is bharat and An engineer along with 6 years of software engineer experience .wana to go for MBA and also open for MS in computer science. wish to work in Germany. currenly learning German and aimed to get atleast B2 . have confusion on some poits as below-
1) is there any MBA school which tution fees is free or lesser . or along with the scholarship. ?
2) have read on multiple portal , that it is easy to get job as technical person, while job on MBA degree , chances is lesser to get job. ?

kindly which one i choose MBA or MS to get the opportunity for job . my wish to add MBA in my profile but if the german companiese offers lesser opportunity then wish to go with MS, please suggest.
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Duncan
1. Take a look at mastersportal.eu. There are free MBA and MSc courses, but they [a] tend to be in German and [2] don't have the budgets to secure internships, projects and full-time positions. Because state universities in Germany are generally free, they don't have the notable scholarship budgets of private universities.

2. An MBA is a very demanding programme. I don't think you would be able to easily find work without fluent German while also taking the course.
1. Take a look at mastersportal.eu. There are free MBA and MSc courses, but they [a] tend to be in German and [2] don't have the budgets to secure internships, projects and full-time positions. Because state universities in Germany are generally free, they don't have the notable scholarship budgets of private universities.

2. An MBA is a very demanding programme. I don't think you would be able to easily find work without fluent German while also taking the course.
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