Ms in automotive managment


I am an automobile engineer from india and just completed previous month only. I want to do managment degree in automobile sector. How is ebs ms automotive managment program for my career as i want to come back after finishing the course. What is the job scenario after doing ms in automotive managment for international exposure is it worth? Please help!!
I am an automobile engineer from india and just completed previous month only. I want to do managment degree in automobile sector. How is ebs ms automotive managment program for my career as i want to come back after finishing the course. What is the job scenario after doing ms in automotive managment for international exposure is it worth? Please help!!
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Duncan
Search the board for EBS. Assuming students already speak fluent German, students benefit from EBS's excellent connections in its region. I don't think recruiters from other countries will hire at EBS.

The curriculum seems very generic. No wonder only 2% of students end up in Automative: https://ebs-university-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/becms/medium/pdf/2404/msc-employment-report.pdf Compare it to the Berlin masters: http://mbae.htw-berlin.de/studying/programme-content/automotive-management/

PS Study where you want to work. My impression is that Indian firms respect big name universities in the USA, UK, Australia and Canada.

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Search the board for EBS. Assuming students already speak fluent German, students benefit from EBS's excellent connections in its region. I don't think recruiters from other countries will hire at EBS.

The curriculum seems very generic. No wonder only 2% of students end up in Automative: https://ebs-university-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/becms/medium/pdf/2404/msc-employment-report.pdf Compare it to the Berlin masters: http://mbae.htw-berlin.de/studying/programme-content/automotive-management/

PS Study where you want to work. My impression is that Indian firms respect big name universities in the USA, UK, Australia and Canada.
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Thanks for your reply.. Can you elaborate " curriculum seems very generic". In my country there is no one offering specialisation in automotive management. And the alternative you suggested is that better than the ebs one? Or

I have this as option in canada http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/academic-areas/automotive-business/ should i go for this...please do reply it will have great impact to make choices clear.

[Edited by Shubhang Lalla on Jul 08, 2017]

Thanks for your reply.. Can you elaborate " curriculum seems very generic". In my country there is no one offering specialisation in automotive management. And the alternative you suggested is that better than the ebs one? Or

I have this as option in canada http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/academic-areas/automotive-business/ should i go for this...please do reply it will have great impact to make choices clear.
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Duncan
By generic, I mean that is does not seem highly specialized on questions of supply chains, engineering and manufacturing. Don't you see the difference with the Berlin course?
By generic, I mean that is does not seem highly specialized on questions of supply chains, engineering and manufacturing. Don't you see the difference with the Berlin course?
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By generic, I mean that is does not seem highly specialized on questions of supply chains, engineering and manufacturing. Don't you see the difference with the Berlin course?
[quote]By generic, I mean that is does not seem highly specialized on questions of supply chains, engineering and manufacturing. Don't you see the difference with the Berlin course?
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Is that berlin coll reputated and have better connections for job opportunities?
Is that berlin coll reputated and have better connections for job opportunities?
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Duncan
It is an average German university. I don't think many German Technical universities will mean much to recruiters in India, other than the RWTH, TU Berlin and TU Munich.
It is an average German university. I don't think many German Technical universities will mean much to recruiters in India, other than the RWTH, TU Berlin and TU Munich.
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In short i should not do an mim with ebs nor with htw right and should pursue something in india only? What about canada option that i posted is that any good?
In short i should not do an mim with ebs nor with htw right and should pursue something in india only? What about canada option that i posted is that any good?
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Duncan
If you want to work in India, then it makes sense to study in India. The Canadian college seems to have undergraduate qualifications. A masters degree would probably be better.

EBS is a good option for finding work in Germany, but if you are returning to Indian it seems like a big investment for a small return. If you wanted to work in Germany, which is a great experience, then you'd perhaps want to find a school that put a bigger emphasis on learning German, like https://www.hs-esslingen.de/en/the-university/faculties/graduate-school/masters-programs/mba-in-international-industrial-management.html
If you want to work in India, then it makes sense to study in India. The Canadian college seems to have undergraduate qualifications. A masters degree would probably be better.

EBS is a good option for finding work in Germany, but if you are returning to Indian it seems like a big investment for a small return. If you wanted to work in Germany, which is a great experience, then you'd perhaps want to find a school that put a bigger emphasis on learning German, like https://www.hs-esslingen.de/en/the-university/faculties/graduate-school/masters-programs/mba-in-international-industrial-management.html

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It will cost me same as doing in india and in germany and i am thinking do a dual degree which will give me a mba as well so that i will have at least international experience and if i will be able to work then i would and gain some experience as germany has such giants industries so that experience could land me better opportunities here.

And do you think as btech in automobile i should eye an automotive mangment?

I want to get placed in good automotive company at junior managment level.

[Edited by Shubhang Lalla on Jul 08, 2017]

It will cost me same as doing in india and in germany and i am thinking do a dual degree which will give me a mba as well so that i will have at least international experience and if i will be able to work then i would and gain some experience as germany has such giants industries so that experience could land me better opportunities here.

And do you think as btech in automobile i should eye an automotive mangment?

I want to get placed in good automotive company at junior managment level.
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Duncan
I would speak to people in the roles you want want ask how they got there.
I would speak to people in the roles you want want ask how they got there.
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