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MBA placement in Germany is bad at recent times......... In EBS only 2 out of 7 Indians got job.. 2015 batch ...... for 2016 noot yet started ....... In HHL Only 3 out of 11 Indians got job at HHL till now 2015 batch......... 2016 batch not yet started........ Check with alumni through linkedin or facebook before deciding, I am also looking but planning to avoid Germany altogether........... If anybody has concrete record let me know

MBA placement in Germany is bad at recent times......... In EBS only 2 out of 7 Indians got job.. 2015 batch ...... for 2016 noot yet started ....... In HHL Only 3 out of 11 Indians got job at HHL till now 2015 batch......... 2016 batch not yet started........ Check with alumni through linkedin or facebook before deciding, I am also looking but planning to avoid Germany altogether........... If anybody has concrete record let me know
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Only 3 or 4 out of 11 Indians got job at HHL till now 2015 batch......... 2016 batch not yet started........ Check with alumni through linkedin or facebook before deciding

Only 3 or 4 out of 11 Indians got job at HHL till now 2015 batch......... 2016 batch not yet started........ Check with alumni through linkedin or facebook before deciding
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Only 3 or 4 out of 11 Indians got job at HHL till now 2015 batch......... 2016 batch not yet started........ Check with alumni through linkedin or facebook before deciding


NOT everyone can get a job just after graduating. But HHL takes a large number of Indians so it is difficult for entire batch of 11 Indians to get a job .( assuming all are not at the business level of German). There are very few English speaking jobs in the region.

[quote]Only 3 or 4 out of 11 Indians got job at HHL till now 2015 batch......... 2016 batch not yet started........ Check with alumni through linkedin or facebook before deciding[/quote]

NOT everyone can get a job just after graduating. But HHL takes a large number of Indians so it is difficult for entire batch of 11 Indians to get a job .( assuming all are not at the business level of German). There are very few English speaking jobs in the region.
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Give that the 2015 "batch" is still being taught, I am not sure if that's a useful way to measure success. If you want to be placed before the end of your second semester, study in India.

Give that the 2015 "batch" is still being taught, I am not sure if that's a useful way to measure success. If you want to be placed before the end of your second semester, study in India.
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Okay. The info is correct. I also got the same info about HHL. Even with Linkedin data I haven't seen spectacular placement stats for NonEuropean candidates.HHL claims 90% placement by graduation. Beware of the false claims. Do your own research . If you are looking for exposure ,a foreign MBA is a good investment.
For jobs, India is the place to be. Immense growth in the Indian market needs more MBAs.

Only 3 or 4 out of 11 Indians got job at HHL till now 2015 batch......... 2016 batch not yet started........ Check with alumni through linkedin or facebook before deciding

[Edited by Thesouthpaw on May 13, 2016]

Okay. The info is correct. I also got the same info about HHL. Even with Linkedin data I haven't seen spectacular placement stats for NonEuropean candidates.HHL claims 90% placement by graduation. Beware of the false claims. Do your own research . If you are looking for exposure ,a foreign MBA is a good investment.
For jobs, India is the place to be. Immense growth in the Indian market needs more MBAs.

[quote]Only 3 or 4 out of 11 Indians got job at HHL till now 2015 batch......... 2016 batch not yet started........ Check with alumni through linkedin or facebook before deciding[/quote]
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