Hamburg School of Business Administration


Hi,

I have already completed my full time MBA in finance from India n have 6 Yr of Experience with leading American Banks,I am planning to do Executive MBA from HSBA in shipping.

If anyone has any information or feedback abt HSBA can you share it please.It will be great help

Thanks

Hi,

I have already completed my full time MBA in finance from India n have 6 Yr of Experience with leading American Banks,I am planning to do Executive MBA from HSBA in shipping.

If anyone has any information or feedback abt HSBA can you share it please.It will be great help

Thanks
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maury

I would think that for most students, an MBA that's accredited by AMBA, EQUIS, or AACSB would be a much better option. Maybe a program like the MBAs offered by WHU's, Mannheim Business School, or HHL?

I would think that for most students, an MBA that's accredited by AMBA, EQUIS, or AACSB would be a much better option. Maybe a program like the MBAs offered by WHU's, Mannheim Business School, or HHL?
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Duncan

If you specifically want to become an expert on the shipping business, then there are many accreditted and ranks business schools with Master of Science degrees in business: Cass and ALBA come to mind.

If you specifically want to become an expert on the shipping business, then there are many accreditted and ranks business schools with Master of Science degrees in business: Cass and ALBA come to mind.
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Thank You Maury and Duncan but i am looking for courses in hamburg not outside as i do not intend to travel that is why i was looking at HSBA.

Thank You Maury and Duncan but i am looking for courses in hamburg not outside as i do not intend to travel that is why i was looking at HSBA.
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Duncan

What are your goals?

What are your goals?
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I see this education as an help to build network in europe and get an opportunity to integrate in European Frame work, by getting job in shipping industry.i speak lil bit german. can anyone suggest any other institute in hamburg

I see this education as an help to build network in europe and get an opportunity to integrate in European Frame work, by getting job in shipping industry.i speak lil bit german. can anyone suggest any other institute in hamburg
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Duncan

If you can't study in German or outside Hamburg then you have only one alternative: the Kühne Logistics University. HSBA is a part-time school, so don't expect careers services. Neither of these are internationally accredited schools, so don't expect much European recognition. KLU has an exchange programme with Erasmus University, so I would recommend that to soneone looking for a full-time programme.

If you can't study in German or outside Hamburg then you have only one alternative: the Kühne Logistics University. HSBA is a part-time school, so don't expect careers services. Neither of these are internationally accredited schools, so don't expect much European recognition. KLU has an exchange programme with Erasmus University, so I would recommend that to soneone looking for a full-time programme.
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Hi, I note there is an accreditation scheme popular in Germany, and perhaps Austria and Switzerland too, called FIBAA: Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation. But it never seems to be referred to in wider (English speaking) fora discussing accreditation. So hard to tell if it meets the same criteria as the schemes mentioned above, and certainly it may not have the same prestige. But might still give an indication of the quality of educational establishments in Germany.

Hi, I note there is an accreditation scheme popular in Germany, and perhaps Austria and Switzerland too, called FIBAA: Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation. But it never seems to be referred to in wider (English speaking) fora discussing accreditation. So hard to tell if it meets the same criteria as the schemes mentioned above, and certainly it may not have the same prestige. But might still give an indication of the quality of educational establishments in Germany.
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Duncan

FIBAA does not have similar requirements and it doesn't the same authority. The FT and CHE rankings are most useful in German, but remember that the CHE rankings typically compare German-language programmes.

FIBAA does not have similar requirements and it doesn't the same authority. The FT and CHE rankings are most useful in German, but remember that the CHE rankings typically compare German-language programmes.
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Hi,

https://www.hsba.de/en/press/press-releases/2014/che-ranking-bestnoten-fuer-masterprogramm-der-hsba/

And it is affiliated by FIBAA

I am still confused about worth of these course as compare to course in hamburg university. I am also learning german simultaneously

Hi,

https://www.hsba.de/en/press/press-releases/2014/che-ranking-bestnoten-fuer-masterprogramm-der-hsba/

And it is affiliated by FIBAA

I am still confused about worth of these course as compare to course in hamburg university. I am also learning german simultaneously
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Duncan

The University of Hamburg's MBA, taught with Fudan, is excellent but it's a full-time programme: http://www.fdsm.fudan.edu.cn/en/fdhamb/

The University of Hamburg's MBA, taught with Fudan, is excellent but it's a full-time programme: http://www.fdsm.fudan.edu.cn/en/fdhamb/
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Hi, I note there is an accreditation scheme popular in Germany, and perhaps Austria and Switzerland too, called FIBAA: Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation. But it never seems to be referred to in wider (English speaking) fora discussing accreditation. So hard to tell if it meets the same criteria as the schemes mentioned above, and certainly it may not have the same prestige. But might still give an indication of the quality of educational establishments in Germany.

FIBAA isn't referred to much here because receiving accreditation from FIBAA is much less robust and comprehensive than becoming accredited by one of the international agencies (AMBA, EQUIS, AACSB.)

FIBAA requires only one on-site visit and does not have any external evaluation protocols, where EQUIS for instance requires a peer review and various other external evaluations.

[quote]Hi, I note there is an accreditation scheme popular in Germany, and perhaps Austria and Switzerland too, called FIBAA: Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation. But it never seems to be referred to in wider (English speaking) fora discussing accreditation. So hard to tell if it meets the same criteria as the schemes mentioned above, and certainly it may not have the same prestige. But might still give an indication of the quality of educational establishments in Germany. [/quote]
FIBAA isn't referred to much here because receiving accreditation from FIBAA is much less robust and comprehensive than becoming accredited by one of the international agencies (AMBA, EQUIS, AACSB.)

FIBAA requires only one on-site visit and does not have any external evaluation protocols, where EQUIS for instance requires a peer review and various other external evaluations.
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