EBS vs MIB vs Vlerick vs Pforzheim MBA.. the better option to work in Europe post MBA


I have 5.5 years of experience of experience in IT and an online PGP in Big Data Engineering from BITS Pilani, India. I have received admission offers from the following schools. I want to work in Europe post my MBA in IT Consulting/ Analytics. Which would be my best option considering the repute, return of investment and employment options in Europe after MBA.

1. Pforzheim : fees: 14K
2. MIB Trieste :fees 12.5K(50% scholarship offered)
3. Vlerick : fees 30K(20% scholarship offered)
4. EBS : fees 23K (waiting on scholarship decision)

Please share your suggestions as I need to make a call within the next 10 days .
I have 5.5 years of experience of experience in IT and an online PGP in Big Data Engineering from BITS Pilani, India. I have received admission offers from the following schools. I want to work in Europe post my MBA in IT Consulting/ Analytics. Which would be my best option considering the repute, return of investment and employment options in Europe after MBA.

1. Pforzheim : fees: 14K
2. MIB Trieste :fees 12.5K(50% scholarship offered)
3. Vlerick : fees 30K(20% scholarship offered)
4. EBS : fees 23K (waiting on scholarship decision)

Please share your suggestions as I need to make a call within the next 10 days .
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Duncan
Assuming you don't speak any of the three languages in question, I suggest you pick wherever if these schools has the best network in your own country. Try looking on LinkedIn.
Assuming you don't speak any of the three languages in question, I suggest you pick wherever if these schools has the best network in your own country. Try looking on LinkedIn.
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Thanks for the reply Duncan.
I am from India and am going to start learning the language from April based on the final decision I make.
Thanks for the reply Duncan.
I am from India and am going to start learning the language from April based on the final decision I make.

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Dear Rohit,

EBS is a good school with a strong industry network in Germany. Also has very good top-tier partner universities in India. Their LinkedIn profile also shows a strong presence of alumni working in IT consulting sector. hence I believe the school will be a good fit for you.

My final advice to you would be to start taking up intensive German language courses.
Dear Rohit,

EBS is a good school with a strong industry network in Germany. Also has very good top-tier partner universities in India. Their LinkedIn profile also shows a strong presence of alumni working in IT consulting sector. hence I believe the school will be a good fit for you.

My final advice to you would be to start taking up intensive German language courses.
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Duncan
Rohit, you won't learn to a professional level by the end of your course.
Rohit, you won't learn to a professional level by the end of your course.
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As per your suggestion I have looked up the alumni network of these Schools. Out of these EBS has the strongest network of Indians but that is because IIM A, B ; IIT Madras; SP Jain are among its partner universities. Most of the profiles I came across had done their exchange/ international semesters in EBS.
As per your suggestion I have looked up the alumni network of these Schools. Out of these EBS has the strongest network of Indians but that is because IIM A, B ; IIT Madras; SP Jain are among its partner universities. Most of the profiles I came across had done their exchange/ international semesters in EBS.
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mba hipste...
Have you considered any UK-based programs? Landing an MBA-level role on the continent, without already knowing one of the languages, will be tough.
Have you considered any UK-based programs? Landing an MBA-level role on the continent, without already knowing one of the languages, will be tough.
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