NUS vs Mannheim


Nusmann

Hello!
I understand that these two schools may be are not comparable (one in Asia, another in Europe), but I got admits from them and now have to deside. Perhaps people can help me...
My main goal of pursuing MBA is to find job in order to get residence permit and settle down with my family in some developed country with wide opportunities for my children. Can you give me an advise which option is better in this sense? I worry about post-mba employment in Germany because I am not an IT or engineer, (my background is in business); I am an Asian and little bit concern about german employers' attitude; I have basic German but I need to improve it withn short period of time. I am also interested whether I need to learn Chinese language in order to find job in Singapore or it is not important for Singapore's employers. In long-run period I'd like to start my business, and which country is better in terms of market potential and market opportunities, especially in real estate/construction? Thanks.

Hello!
I understand that these two schools may be are not comparable (one in Asia, another in Europe), but I got admits from them and now have to deside. Perhaps people can help me...
My main goal of pursuing MBA is to find job in order to get residence permit and settle down with my family in some developed country with wide opportunities for my children. Can you give me an advise which option is better in this sense? I worry about post-mba employment in Germany because I am not an IT or engineer, (my background is in business); I am an Asian and little bit concern about german employers' attitude; I have basic German but I need to improve it withn short period of time. I am also interested whether I need to learn Chinese language in order to find job in Singapore or it is not important for Singapore's employers. In long-run period I'd like to start my business, and which country is better in terms of market potential and market opportunities, especially in real estate/construction? Thanks.
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Duncan

Every criterion you have suggested recommends Singapore. You speak its business language. Residency is straight forward there. It's a great country in which to be born. It is open to foreign talent. The real estate market is dynamic there.

Every criterion you have suggested recommends Singapore. You speak its business language. Residency is straight forward there. It's a great country in which to be born. It is open to foreign talent. The real estate market is dynamic there.
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Nusmann

Every criterion you have suggested recommends Singapore. You speak its business language. Residency is straight forward there. It's a great country in which to be born. It is open to foreign talent. The real estate market is dynamic there.

Thanks!

<blockquote>Every criterion you have suggested recommends Singapore. You speak its business language. Residency is straight forward there. It's a great country in which to be born. It is open to foreign talent. The real estate market is dynamic there.</blockquote>
Thanks!
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