Best College to pick


DVJ
Hi,
I have been accepted into MIM courses from WHU, EBS, Frankfurt and HHL in Germany.
I'm an Indian student and my top priority is to secure a job after my degree.
Which of these would be best to pick.
Mostly stats show WHU as having better packages but then it's located in a small town.
Which college will be best according to both, a good place to live while studying and securing a job after that?

Thanks in advance
Hi,
I have been accepted into MIM courses from WHU, EBS, Frankfurt and HHL in Germany.
I'm an Indian student and my top priority is to secure a job after my degree.
Which of these would be best to pick.
Mostly stats show WHU as having better packages but then it's located in a small town.
Which college will be best according to both, a good place to live while studying and securing a job after that?

Thanks in advance
quote
Duncan
Your German-language skills will determine outcomes more than the choice of school. The FT data show these schools don't have great international mobility, but WHU and HHL do much better. WHU's location is not an obstacle, since the Rhine/Main valley has great public transport connecting up a series of prosperous cities.

I would pick WHU, since the FT it ranks best for international mobility and aims achieved.

In Frankfurt, many students will struggle to improve their German. Perhaps that is why it has the lowest mobility of the three FT ranked schools.

PS I don't see any reason to consider EBS, unless your specific goal is marriage.

[Edited by Duncan on May 09, 2019]

Your German-language skills will determine outcomes more than the choice of school. The FT data show these schools don't have great international mobility, but WHU and HHL do much better. WHU's location is not an obstacle, since the Rhine/Main valley has great public transport connecting up a series of prosperous cities.

I would pick WHU, since the FT it ranks best for international mobility and aims achieved.

In Frankfurt, many students will struggle to improve their German. Perhaps that is why it has the lowest mobility of the three FT ranked schools.

PS I don't see any reason to consider EBS, unless your specific goal is marriage.
quote
DVJ
I would like to clarify that after my degree I want to work only in Germany and not out of it.

And I seriously didn't get that EBS for marriage thing?
I would like to clarify that after my degree I want to work only in Germany and not out of it.

And I seriously didn't get that EBS for marriage thing?
quote
Razors Edg...
I think the marriage thing was meant as a joke.

How are your German language skills? If you are already fluent - or close to fluent - WHU / Frankfurt / HHL could be good routes to working in the country. With little to no German language skills, you will struggle, no matter what school you attend.
I think the marriage thing was meant as a joke.

How are your German language skills? If you are already fluent - or close to fluent - WHU / Frankfurt / HHL could be good routes to working in the country. With little to no German language skills, you will struggle, no matter what school you attend.
quote
Duncan
The marriage comment means that EBS is one of those plummy, posh schools for students who want to be around the right sort of people but not have to work too hard. Similarly: Hult, Nyenrode, LSE, Pepperdine are excellent places to find a spouse.
The marriage comment means that EBS is one of those plummy, posh schools for students who want to be around the right sort of people but not have to work too hard. Similarly: Hult, Nyenrode, LSE, Pepperdine are excellent places to find a spouse.
quote

Reply to Post

Related Business Schools

Düsseldorf, Germany 63 Followers 161 Discussions
Oestrich-Winkel, Germany 22 Followers 62 Discussions
Frankfurt am Main, Germany 88 Followers 49 Discussions
Leipzig, Germany 55 Followers 166 Discussions

Related Articles

The Future Looks Bright for MBA Programs in Germany

Apr 05, 2019

Surprisingly, the Eurozone’s largest economy underachieves in business education, with few schools ranked globally. But Germany’s booming job market and thriving entrepreneurship are luring overseas students

MBA Programs in Germany: A Gateway to Europe

May 20, 2013

How an emerging class of top German business schools is helping international students tap into the country's growing economy

More Articles

Related Top 10 Lists

More Top 10 Lists