Salary of MBA in communication management graduate


DocRon
I got the admission in Italy finally. I have selected masters in business and communication management. I want to know the scopes of this course in europe?
How much average salary of the communication management graduates in countries like italy, france, switzerland etc???
Eagerly waiting for you reply..
I got the admission in Italy finally. I have selected masters in business and communication management. I want to know the scopes of this course in europe?
How much average salary of the communication management graduates in countries like italy, france, switzerland etc???
Eagerly waiting for you reply..
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Razors Edg...
Do you speak the national languages in those countries?
Do you speak the national languages in those countries?
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DocRon
Well I know German at B1 level and I am learning Italian...
But surely I have no knowledge of french....
But yes I know English very well
Well I know German at B1 level and I am learning Italian...
But surely I have no knowledge of french....
But yes I know English very well
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DocRon
Regional language is compulsory for job?
Regional language is compulsory for job?
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Duncan
I don't see how you can do a communications job in those countries without speaking the local language. In international firms where English is the working language with subsidiaries, you would still need the local language to be able to communicate with in-country managers.

If your German is much better than your Italian then, unless you have learnt that you will become accentlessly fluent in Italian more quickly, you should study in an English-speaking country or in a German-speaking country. Get your German up to DSH 1 (or DSH 2, for more choices) and then study in the German language. I am sure you appreciate that communications is the most important field for language skills because the need for perfect speaking, listening, reading and writing is so acute.

[Edited by Duncan on Jul 04, 2017]

I don't see how you can do a communications job in those countries without speaking the local language. In international firms where English is the working language with subsidiaries, you would still need the local language to be able to communicate with in-country managers.

If your German is much better than your Italian then, unless you have learnt that you will become accentlessly fluent in Italian more quickly, you should study in an English-speaking country or in a German-speaking country. Get your German up to DSH 1 (or DSH 2, for more choices) and then study in the German language. I am sure you appreciate that communications is the most important field for language skills because the need for perfect speaking, listening, reading and writing is so acute.
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DocRon
Management and communication management course does not solely depend upon communication...
There are many more subjects covered in include in thus from digital marketing to business strategies. So that I can select my field of intrest to more managerial roles than communication manager..
And I will try my best learn fluent either Italian or German... But I am going this course.
So can you tell. Do we find job easily ? How much salary we can expect a freshier ?
Management and communication management course does not solely depend upon communication...
There are many more subjects covered in include in thus from digital marketing to business strategies. So that I can select my field of intrest to more managerial roles than communication manager..
And I will try my best learn fluent either Italian or German... But I am going this course.
So can you tell. Do we find job easily ? How much salary we can expect a freshier ?
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Duncan
No, I don't think you'll be able to find good work easily if you don't speak the local language fluently, but with B1 German you can certainly get work in a shop if you are friendly and happy. Here is a nice post on Quora: https://www.quora.com/What-salary-can-I-expect-after-a-masters-from-Germany but these obviously relate to people who can speak fluent German.
No, I don't think you'll be able to find good work easily if you don't speak the local language fluently, but with B1 German you can certainly get work in a shop if you are friendly and happy. Here is a nice post on Quora: https://www.quora.com/What-salary-can-I-expect-after-a-masters-from-Germany but these obviously relate to people who can speak fluent German.
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Duncan
Indeed, managers do all sorts of things but , for example, how could you run a digital marketing campaign without fluent language skills to write and correct copy? How could you develop strategy if you could not read market research or discuss with customers?
Indeed, managers do all sorts of things but , for example, how could you run a digital marketing campaign without fluent language skills to write and correct copy? How could you develop strategy if you could not read market research or discuss with customers?
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mba hipste...
Yes, it's probably better to spend some time working on your language before you try to transition into one of those countries.
Yes, it's probably better to spend some time working on your language before you try to transition into one of those countries.
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