MBA in Munich (Part Time)


MBAEU

Hi,



I have recently moved to Munich and would like to ask regarding my chances of being accepted into an MBA program in Munich. I come from Australia and have only completed the equivalent to 'vocational' study back home. Furthermore, I have 14 years experience and have worked my way up in 5 years of Managerial experience in Australia, Asia Pacific and Europe. With the international Manger experience I had executed with global influence projects in order to meet our industry demands and company financial goals.

I have since joined a start-up company who would be willing to support my desire for further study. I believe it would the right step to securing my career and filling my curiosity and desire to help this organization grow to the goals with an in depth understanding on how I can utilize my leadership experience and real life business learnings to further develop beyond what I have learned during the course of my career.



Any advice would be appreciated



Thank you

[Edited by MBAEU on Feb 11, 2021]

Hi,<br>
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I have recently moved to Munich and would like to ask regarding my chances of being accepted into an MBA program in Munich. I come from Australia and have only completed the equivalent to 'vocational' study back home. Furthermore, I have 14 years experience and have worked my way up in 5 years of Managerial experience in Australia, Asia Pacific and Europe. With the international Manger experience I had executed with global influence projects in order to meet our industry demands and company financial goals. <br>
I have since joined a start-up company who would be willing to support my desire for further study. I believe it would the right step to securing my career and filling my curiosity and desire to help this organization grow to the goals with an in depth understanding on how I can utilize my leadership experience and real life business learnings to further develop beyond what I have learned during the course of my career. <br>
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Any advice would be appreciated<br>
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Thank you
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Duncan

There are various MBA providers in Munich. I am sure that at least one of them would accept you. Do you have more specific goals? Most Australian people in Germany don't speak German well. If you are living in Munich, would further study of, or in, German help you more than an MBA in English? 

There are various MBA providers in Munich. I am sure that at least one of them would accept you. Do you have more specific goals? Most Australian people in Germany don't speak German well. If you are living in Munich, would further study of, or in, German help you more than an MBA in English?&nbsp;
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MBAEU

Hi Duncan,

Thanks for your response, My motivation / goals would specifically be to eventually join the Management team and being able to contribute more specifically on new / advanced digital strategies to the organisation. It is also a personal goal of mine to pursue further education and as I have not a formal university degree I wanted understand whether or not that was an absolute prerequisite to enter the program.  I have gained a lot of 'real world' business experience and want to refine that knowledge within an environment that fosters critical thought, financial planning, business management. 

I have attended intensive German course up to B1, there is still quite some work and practice involved and naturally time before I am business proficient, this is and will continuously be a learning journey. 

[Edited by MBAEU on Feb 12, 2021]

Hi Duncan,<br><br>Thanks for your response, My motivation / goals would specifically be to eventually join the Management team and being able to contribute more specifically on new / advanced digital strategies to the organisation. It is also a personal goal of mine to pursue further education and as I have not a formal university degree I wanted understand whether or not that was an absolute prerequisite to enter the program.&nbsp; I have gained a lot of 'real world' business experience and want to refine that knowledge within an environment that fosters critical thought, financial planning, business management.&nbsp;<br><br>I have attended intensive German course up to B1, there is still quite some work and practice involved and naturally time before I am business proficient, this is and will continuously be a learning journey.&nbsp;
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Duncan

Some questions for you to think over.
- Will the time you would put into an MBA be spend better learning German and expanding your network in Germany?
- What drives promotion into the managerial team in your firm? If they are all MBAs, what at the schools they recommend? Excluding IESE, there are few excellent MBAs in Munich. An MBA graduate might suggest you look for an alternative.
- If you want a formal education in business, how about alternatives to an MBA, like the University of London Worldwide BSc, which the LSE teaches? Perhaps the Maryland Micromasters or an Emeritus postgraduate diploma (to which you would probably be admitted) are options. 

Some questions for you to think over.<br>- Will the time you would put into an MBA be spend better learning German and expanding your network in Germany?<br>- What drives promotion into the managerial team in your firm? If they are all MBAs, what at the schools they recommend? Excluding IESE, there are few excellent MBAs in Munich. An MBA graduate might suggest you look for an alternative.<br>- If you want a formal education in business, how about alternatives to an MBA, like the University of London Worldwide BSc, which the LSE teaches? Perhaps the Maryland Micromasters or an Emeritus postgraduate diploma (to which you would probably be admitted) are options.&nbsp;
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Duncan

The Fachhochschule might also be an option https://www.hm.edu/en/course_offerings/courses_in_english/Certificates_overview.en.html

The Fachhochschule might also be an option https://www.hm.edu/en/course_offerings/courses_in_english/Certificates_overview.en.html
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mba hipste...

Maybe the company you work for would spring for German lessons? The faster you can skill-up in the language, the faster you'd be able to attend a German-language degree program, which in my opinion would make more sense for somebody who wants to stay in Germany. 

Maybe the company you work for would spring for German lessons? The faster you can skill-up in the language, the faster you'd be able to attend a German-language degree program, which in my opinion would make more sense for somebody who wants to stay in Germany.&nbsp;
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