MBA / MIM in GERMANY


arya.sag
HI,
I completed my bachelors in Mechanical Engineering last year and wanted to study further by taking up MBA courses in Germany(Personal Reasons).
As its not possible for me to get into a good college because of the lack work experience (1yr), I was thinking of going for MIM or M.sc. programs.
I have 98 in TOEFL and soon to give GMAT.
I know its not the right platform but can I get suggestions in above mentioned 3 programs?

[Edited by arya.sag on May 10, 2015]

HI,
I completed my bachelors in Mechanical Engineering last year and wanted to study further by taking up MBA courses in Germany(Personal Reasons).
As its not possible for me to get into a good college because of the lack work experience (1yr), I was thinking of going for MIM or M.sc. programs.
I have 98 in TOEFL and soon to give GMAT.
I know its not the right platform but can I get suggestions in above mentioned 3 programs?
quote
Duncan
Yes, an MSc is certainly an option, and so is an intensive German course. Take a look at the DAAD.de website.

Also try:-
Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713
Why freshers' MBAs are worse than MiM degrees from better schools http://www.find-mba.com/board/38133
Yes, an MSc is certainly an option, and so is an intensive German course. Take a look at the DAAD.de website.

Also try:-
Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713
Why freshers' MBAs are worse than MiM degrees from better schools http://www.find-mba.com/board/38133
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arya.sag
Thanks you for replying.
I will attain A2 level of German till I go to any college.
Also I have made a list and these are what i have got so far.

University of Mannheim
EBS
HHL
escp Europe
HTW Berlin
escp Europe
 Hochschule Furtwangen University
ESMT, Berlin
ESB business school
IUBH
schiller international university
Hochschule bremen
Hochschule pforzheim
Hochschule esslingen
Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin (HWR)
Frankfurt School
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW Hamburg)
EU business school Munich

Are there any schools that I am missing?
And any pointers regarding these schools?

[Edited by arya.sag on May 10, 2015]

Thanks you for replying.
I will attain A2 level of German till I go to any college.
Also I have made a list and these are what i have got so far.

University of Mannheim
EBS
HHL
escp Europe
HTW Berlin
escp Europe
 Hochschule Furtwangen University
ESMT, Berlin
ESB business school
IUBH
schiller international university
Hochschule bremen
Hochschule pforzheim
Hochschule esslingen
Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin (HWR)
Frankfurt School
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW Hamburg)
EU business school Munich

Are there any schools that I am missing?
And any pointers regarding these schools?
quote
Duncan
I don't know what your goals are but, with the exception of the EU (which does not have the legal right to issue degrees) these are all decent options. I see that you only have one traditional Universitaet on the list.
I don't know what your goals are but, with the exception of the EU (which does not have the legal right to issue degrees) these are all decent options. I see that you only have one traditional Universitaet on the list.
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