mba choice


prinz
I am a little bit confused with regards to choosing the right Mba.
i am currently torn between the Esb reutlingen Mba,the IBSA mba in bremen(option of a double degree either from University of north carolina or novancia) and the TU berlin mba in energy management.
My plans?........i just want a job after the mba.
I do have the right to work in germany and maybe in 1 year get the german citizenship.after which i may actually relocate to the united kingdom depending on what happens after my MBA IN GERMANY.
I had plans of durham or strathclyde MBA but because of cost and work permit post mba.i had to call it off.(at least for now till i get german citizenship.
what do you advice?
1) Go the German mba route,if yes which would be better for employment after studies?
2) borrow to fund the UK mba route? what is the possibility of getting employment in Germany with a uk mba.
3) wait,get german citizenship then relocate to the uk and do the mba there.
any other option would be welcomed.
thanks for your time

[Edited by prinz on Mar 29, 2016]

I am a little bit confused with regards to choosing the right Mba.
i am currently torn between the Esb reutlingen Mba,the IBSA mba in bremen(option of a double degree either from University of north carolina or novancia) and the TU berlin mba in energy management.
My plans?........i just want a job after the mba.
I do have the right to work in germany and maybe in 1 year get the german citizenship.after which i may actually relocate to the united kingdom depending on what happens after my MBA IN GERMANY.
I had plans of durham or strathclyde MBA but because of cost and work permit post mba.i had to call it off.(at least for now till i get german citizenship.
what do you advice?
1) Go the German mba route,if yes which would be better for employment after studies?
2) borrow to fund the UK mba route? what is the possibility of getting employment in Germany with a uk mba.
3) wait,get german citizenship then relocate to the uk and do the mba there.
any other option would be welcomed.
thanks for your time
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prinz
Somebody please.....would really appreciate useful input.
Somebody please.....would really appreciate useful input.

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maury
If your eventual goal is to work in the UK, why not pick an MBA with a better network in that country? EBS might be something to consider, given that it has a strong relationship with Durham and, at least from a precursory LinkedIn search, has a stronger alumni network in the UK.
If your eventual goal is to work in the UK, why not pick an MBA with a better network in that country? EBS might be something to consider, given that it has a strong relationship with Durham and, at least from a precursory LinkedIn search, has a stronger alumni network in the UK.
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Duncan
The Mannheim-Warwick MBA is a good option. Or start the Warwick MBA by distance learning and then transfer into the UK part-way through, and join the full-time programme after you have citizenship. I'd totally rule out the Hannover option: you will need an internationally accredited MBA and your odds of being selected for the UNC track are small.
The Mannheim-Warwick MBA is a good option. Or start the Warwick MBA by distance learning and then transfer into the UK part-way through, and join the full-time programme after you have citizenship. I'd totally rule out the Hannover option: you will need an internationally accredited MBA and your odds of being selected for the UNC track are small.
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prinz
Thanks for your time.the problem seem to be cost with regards to warwick/ manheim route.same too with the ebs, thats why i was considering esb reutlingen, tu berlin mba
Thanks for your time.the problem seem to be cost with regards to warwick/ manheim route.same too with the ebs, thats why i was considering esb reutlingen, tu berlin mba
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Duncan
If you want to work in Germany, I don't see the advantage of taking a course taught in English, especially if you are not yet a citizen. Study in German.

If you want to work in the UK, and can't afford an MBA from a business school that's well known in the UK, then get an MSc from a business school that's well known.

[Edited by Duncan on Mar 30, 2016]

If you want to work in Germany, I don't see the advantage of taking a course taught in English, especially if you are not yet a citizen. Study in German.

If you want to work in the UK, and can't afford an MBA from a business school that's well known in the UK, then get an MSc from a business school that's well known.
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