Germany/Poland/Europe MBA


Nash24

Any available online Postgraduate/MBA/EMBA programs in Poland or Germany taught in English? Or any qualification or certificate that earns credits towards full program.

Speaking about goals, I am from middle east (Egypt) and currently work for bank but with plans to move and start small business , I look for local good institutes that offer networking and necessary skills that help me keeping business going.

To brief, I would prefer structured and graded program by domestic business schools/institutes. Specializations on Coursera and few courses offered by Harvard online platform are being considered for just learning for a time. Your views please.

Any available online Postgraduate/MBA/EMBA programs in Poland or Germany taught in English? Or any qualification or certificate that earns credits towards full program.

Speaking about goals, I am from middle east (Egypt) and currently work for bank but with plans to move and start small business , I look for local good institutes that offer networking and necessary skills that help me keeping business going.

To brief, I would prefer structured and graded program by domestic business schools/institutes. Specializations on Coursera and few courses offered by Harvard online platform are being considered for just learning for a time. Your views please.
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Duncan

There are many, especially from Germany. Take a look at daad.de and mastersportal.com. why those countries? 

There are many, especially from Germany. Take a look at daad.de and mastersportal.com. why those countries? 
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Nash24

There are many, especially from Germany. Take a look at daad.de and mastersportal.com. why those countries? 


I did before initial search  on daad.de but couldn’t find online courses and was not able to find information about online programs in Warsaw. 
To answer your question, there is a chance to move to Poland. Germany is second alternative. 

[quote]There are many, especially from Germany. Take a look at daad.de and mastersportal.com. why those countries?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>I did before initial search &nbsp;on daad.de but couldn’t find online courses and was not able to find information about online programs in Warsaw.&nbsp;<br>To answer your question, there is a chance to move to Poland. Germany is second alternative.&nbsp;
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Duncan

Because daad.de is a German website you won't find much about Poland. If you might move to Poland, a Polish language course will be more useful than a business course.

Because daad.de is a German website you won't find much about Poland. If you might move to Poland, a Polish language course will be more useful than a business course.
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Nash24

Because daad.de is a German website you won't find much about Poland. If you might move to Poland, a Polish language course will be more useful than a business course.



I’m aware that daad.de is for German only :). I mean when I did general search on internet for online business courses offered by Polish schools, found nothing. However, I know few business schools have programs in English. 
Polish language is on my list obviously. To be part of business, I need skills & networking that business school shall provide. 
Any information from people who are studying there is welcome. 

[Edited by Nash24 on Oct 13, 2020]

[quote]Because daad.de is a German website you won't find much about Poland. If you might move to Poland, a Polish language course will be more useful than a business course. [/quote]<br><br><br>I’m aware that daad.de is for German only :). I mean when I did general search on internet for online business courses offered by Polish schools, found nothing. However, I know few business schools have programs in English.&nbsp;<br>Polish language is on my list obviously. To be part of business, I need skills &amp; networking that business school shall provide.&nbsp;<br>Any information from people who are studying there is welcome.&nbsp;
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Duncan

Yeah, there is limited demand for English language programmes from Polish schools. 

Yeah, there is limited demand for English language programmes from Polish schools.&nbsp;<br>
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laurie

A transition to Poland, or Europe more generally, from the Middle East most likely will not be made any easier with an English-language Online MBA from a school in Poland / Europe.

Instead, look closely at the labor market in the countries you are interested in and see where the opportunities are. Your best approach is probably to learn the local language to a fluent  language, and then do an in-class program in your target country (in the local language).

The second best option would be an on-campus program in English in the country you want to work in. Make sure that before you start though, you learn enough of the local language to the point where you can effectively network. 

Alternatively, you can look for other ways of making this transition (do, for example, Germany or Poland have 'entrepreneur' visas, where you can hit the ground, work on a business plan, and start learning the language?)

A transition to Poland, or Europe more generally, from the Middle East most likely will not be made any easier with an English-language Online MBA from a school in Poland / Europe.<br><br>Instead, look closely at the labor market in the countries you are interested in and see where the opportunities are. Your best approach is probably to learn the local language to a fluent &nbsp;language, and then do an in-class program in your target country (in the local language).<br><br>The second best option would be an on-campus program in English in the country you want to work in. Make sure that before you start though, you learn enough of the local language to the point where you can effectively network.&nbsp;<br><br>Alternatively, you can look for other ways of making this transition (do, for example, Germany or Poland have 'entrepreneur' visas, where you can hit the ground, work on a business plan, and start learning the language?)
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