Which one is the best option and why.


Duncan

You'll lose a lot of money if you go to HWR. The return on investment there is lower and slower. Gisma or another accredited school will have higher salaries and faster promotion. I think the average at GISMA is ?64,000.

You'll lose a lot of money if you go to HWR. The return on investment there is lower and slower. Gisma or another accredited school will have higher salaries and faster promotion. I think the average at GISMA is ?64,000.
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vbeisner

Hi Duncan,

The amount that you are talking about is not as far as I'm already earning. That's as well another of my concerns about do a full time MBA.

Do you really think that 15.000 would be a waste of money?

They suggest me that they are in the finnal phase for AMBA accreditacion and they consider they have chances. That should mean something...?

Could you recomend me in Germany another school where GMAT is no required? HTW is already full.

Thanks.

Hi Duncan,

The amount that you are talking about is not as far as I'm already earning. That's as well another of my concerns about do a full time MBA.

Do you really think that 15.000 would be a waste of money?

They suggest me that they are in the finnal phase for AMBA accreditacion and they consider they have chances. That should mean something...?

Could you recomend me in Germany another school where GMAT is no required? HTW is already full.

Thanks.
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Duncan

If you can get into a better school than Gisma then do. Get into the best school you can because that will have higher salaries, a better network and better students, facilities and faculty. But there is a massive difference between the outcomes of these schools which is much greater than the different in fees. Fees either broadly reflect the value added by the programme, or the cost of the programme. Every extra 10,000 euro in fees will produce another 200,000 in lifetime income. So, get In to the best school you can.

If you can get into a better school than Gisma then do. Get into the best school you can because that will have higher salaries, a better network and better students, facilities and faculty. But there is a massive difference between the outcomes of these schools which is much greater than the different in fees. Fees either broadly reflect the value added by the programme, or the cost of the programme. Every extra 10,000 euro in fees will produce another 200,000 in lifetime income. So, get In to the best school you can.
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I think we will see Mannheim go up in the rankings. That would be my shot if I decided to stay in Germany. Have you considered going south towards Switzerland?

Niels
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I think we will see Mannheim go up in the rankings. That would be my shot if I decided to stay in Germany. Have you considered going south towards Switzerland?

Niels
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vbeisner

Hi Duncan,
At the end I follow your advice. I didn?t go to HWR and I took a bit more of time to apply. Instead of start in September I will start in Abril in WHU. I did the first interview and they sent me directly to the admission committee without second interview. Looks good I think.

I really mind you opinion about WHU?
Do you think is good?

Regards.


Hi Duncan,
At the end I follow your advice. I didn?t go to HWR and I took a bit more of time to apply. Instead of start in September I will start in Abril in WHU. I did the first interview and they sent me directly to the admission committee without second interview. Looks good I think.

I really mind you opinion about WHU?
Do you think is good?

Regards.
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Duncan

WHU is a great choice. Well done/

WHU is a great choice. Well done/
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