MBA in Germany without GMAT/GRE


Please suggest good colleges/universities in Germany for MBA without GMAT/GRE but having 3+ years of experience in IT.
Is it advisable to go for MBA without GMAT ?

Please suggest good colleges/universities in Germany for MBA without GMAT/GRE but having 3+ years of experience in IT.
Is it advisable to go for MBA without GMAT ?
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David L

Bro, If you are IT it should not be a problem for you to pass GMAT. Also: there are no realy good MBA programs without GMAT. Even those schools that accept GRE instead of GMAT are usualy suscipious. Without GRE/GMAT - no ways.

Bro, If you are IT it should not be a problem for you to pass GMAT. Also: there are no realy good MBA programs without GMAT. Even those schools that accept GRE instead of GMAT are usualy suscipious. Without GRE/GMAT - no ways.
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David L

Also, Germany has only two ranked MbA programs. Work permits in EU are harder to obtain than in permits in US, Canada or Australia. Economic situation in EU is worse. Fluent German is highly reccomended in order to find a job in Germany after graduation.

Also, Germany has only two ranked MbA programs. Work permits in EU are harder to obtain than in permits in US, Canada or Australia. Economic situation in EU is worse. Fluent German is highly reccomended in order to find a job in Germany after graduation.
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Duncan

Take a look at -

Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

Why you should take the GMAT http://www.find-mba.com/board/38939

David makes good points, but I don't think the visa situation is worse in the EU *if* you speak the language. The US has firmer quotas than most EU countries, and that is shown by the international mobility data. See: Best schools for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143

Take a look at -

Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

Why you should take the GMAT http://www.find-mba.com/board/38939

David makes good points, but I don't think the visa situation is worse in the EU *if* you speak the language. The US has firmer quotas than most EU countries, and that is shown by the international mobility data. See: Best schools for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143
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maury

Yes, you should take the GMAT. Even beyond the ranked schools, most of the ones that offer internationally accredited MBA programs, ESMT, Mannheim, Frankfurt, WHU, HHL, EBS, Pforzheim, etc., all require the GMAT.

The sole exception, I believe, is HWR in Berlin. If you're dying to apply to that program and that program only, then you probably can get away with not taking the GMAT.

Oh, if you already have a degree from Germany, Austria or Switzerland, you can apply to the Pforzheim MBA without the GMAT.

Yes, you should take the GMAT. Even beyond the ranked schools, most of the ones that offer internationally accredited MBA programs, ESMT, Mannheim, Frankfurt, WHU, HHL, EBS, Pforzheim, etc., all require the GMAT.

The sole exception, I believe, is HWR in Berlin. If you're dying to apply to that program and that program only, then you probably can get away with not taking the GMAT.

Oh, if you already have a degree from Germany, Austria or Switzerland, you can apply to the Pforzheim MBA without the GMAT.
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MBAmate

Hi Ashutosh get in touch with MBA IBC program coordinator from Offenburg , and find out their regulations. it could be helpful for you.

Hi Ashutosh get in touch with MBA IBC program coordinator from Offenburg , and find out their regulations. it could be helpful for you.
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Hi everyone, I got admit into HWR Berlin for European Management , Is this program good enough to get a job after completion if I have little command on german language ?

Hi everyone, I got admit into HWR Berlin for European Management , Is this program good enough to get a job after completion if I have little command on german language ?
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Duncan

No. Of course not. Read: Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

Why you should take the GMAT http://board.find-mba.com/gmat/why-you-s...

Best schools for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143

No. Of course not. Read: Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

Why you should take the GMAT http://board.find-mba.com/gmat/why-you-s...

Best schools for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143
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maury

While HWR is pretty well known, it unfortunately doesn't publish any kind of post-MBA career information, so it's impossible to know what kind of career outcomes have been open to students in the past.

Without German skills, though, you're going to have a rough time in Germany's job market. Perhaps there will be opportunities in Berlin's start-up scene, but these are hardly the types of jobs that many MBAs go after.

Contact the school and ask them about placement information for international students from previous classes.

While HWR is pretty well known, it unfortunately doesn't publish any kind of post-MBA career information, so it's impossible to know what kind of career outcomes have been open to students in the past.

Without German skills, though, you're going to have a rough time in Germany's job market. Perhaps there will be opportunities in Berlin's start-up scene, but these are hardly the types of jobs that many MBAs go after.

Contact the school and ask them about placement information for international students from previous classes.
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