Best MSc & MiM degrees for international students' placement


ziyad30

Hi Duncan,
Given that the economic condition in Germany is good and since there is no tution fees for MIM at TUM School of Management, wouldn't it be a good choice for international students in these uncertain times?

[Edited by ziyad30 on May 09, 2020]

Hi Duncan,<div><br></div><div>Given that the economic condition in Germany is good and since there is no tution fees for MIM at TUM School of Management, wouldn't it be a good choice for international students in these uncertain times?</div>
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Duncan

It's a good choice for a MiM, but not from the perspective of international students' placement. Most international students cannot work in in German. 

It's a good choice for a MiM, but not from the perspective of international students' placement. Most international students cannot work in in German.&nbsp;
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ziyad30

It's a good choice for a MiM, but not from the perspective of international students' placement. Most international students cannot work in in German. 

I was under the impression that there is a shortage of labour in Germany and if international students do speak German, then there are plenty of opportunities. Did I miscalculate?

[quote]It's a good choice for a MiM, but not from the perspective of international students' placement. Most international students cannot work in in German.&nbsp; [/quote]<div><br></div><div>I was under the impression that there is a shortage of labour in Germany and if international students do speak German, then there are plenty of opportunities. Did I miscalculate?</div>
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Duncan

There is a shortage of labour in Germany. If students can write and speak German fluently, then there is work. However, most international students do not master German on English-language degrees. They improve their English.

There is a shortage of labour in Germany. If students can write and speak German fluently, then there is work. However, most international students do not master German on English-language degrees. They improve their English.
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