MBA Health care management


R.A
Hi guys,

I am pharmacist with 3 years of exp. and I am interested in having an MBA in healthcare management but i am still a little bit confused so Is there anyone who has done it or still doing it? I need more info about it please and if anyone have a list of MBA accredited schools (especially in Germany) with reasonable cost because I am on a budget (around 17,000 Euro).

Also I am interested to have my MBA in Germany but i heard that Germans are not familiar with the MBA as a degree and its better to have a master degree rather than an MBA, i need to know if it is right or wrong please???

and last question what do you think about SRH Hochschule Berlin and New European College in Munich??

thanks in Adnance
Rana

[Edited by R.A on Mar 27, 2018]

Hi guys,

I am pharmacist with 3 years of exp. and I am interested in having an MBA in healthcare management but i am still a little bit confused so Is there anyone who has done it or still doing it? I need more info about it please and if anyone have a list of MBA accredited schools (especially in Germany) with reasonable cost because I am on a budget (around 17,000 Euro).

Also I am interested to have my MBA in Germany but i heard that Germans are not familiar with the MBA as a degree and its better to have a master degree rather than an MBA, i need to know if it is right or wrong please???

and last question what do you think about SRH Hochschule Berlin and New European College in Munich??

thanks in Adnance
Rana
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Duncan
What are your goals? How good is your German? Use the MBA search on this site - see the menu bar under the logo - and you can filter for accredited schools.
What are your goals? How good is your German? Use the MBA search on this site - see the menu bar under the logo - and you can filter for accredited schools.
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R.A
Duncan, thanks for your reply.

my main goals are relocation in Europe, better career opportunities in healthcare industries, and of course get higher salary. my German language is just A1 but i am planning to learn the language with the MBA.

Do you think i am on the right track and the MBA will let me achieve my goals? or you can suggest something different for me.

Thanks
Duncan, thanks for your reply.

my main goals are relocation in Europe, better career opportunities in healthcare industries, and of course get higher salary. my German language is just A1 but i am planning to learn the language with the MBA.

Do you think i am on the right track and the MBA will let me achieve my goals? or you can suggest something different for me.

Thanks
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Duncan
Take a look at Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

Don't take a specialised MBA at a no name college in a country where you don't speak the language.

Think very specifically about the sort of roles you could be valuable in. Use LinkedIn to see what paths others in your position have taken.
Take a look at Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

Don't take a specialised MBA at a no name college in a country where you don't speak the language.

Think very specifically about the sort of roles you could be valuable in. Use LinkedIn to see what paths others in your position have taken.
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Duncan
Looking for profiles like https://www.linkedin.com/in/summar-yousif-70214087?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_profile_view_base%3BoQHS0lTkQda5toinRWIg%2Fw%3D%3D and https://www.linkedin.com/in/anurag-sati-25513b75?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_profile_view_base%3B94sUo%2Fg1T5yFidCpkoyWEA%3D%3D it seems that regulatory affairs could be a route into the German market when combined with a masters degrees like an MSc from a highly-respected, traditional, reserach university of an MBA from one of the top business schools.
Looking for profiles like https://www.linkedin.com/in/summar-yousif-70214087?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_profile_view_base%3BoQHS0lTkQda5toinRWIg%2Fw%3D%3D and https://www.linkedin.com/in/anurag-sati-25513b75?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_profile_view_base%3B94sUo%2Fg1T5yFidCpkoyWEA%3D%3D it seems that regulatory affairs could be a route into the German market when combined with a masters degrees like an MSc from a highly-respected, traditional, reserach university of an MBA from one of the top business schools.
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Duncan
But you will, absolutely, not learn business-class German while studying in English. Learn German before starting a degree taught in German, and stay away from the for-profit private schools.
But you will, absolutely, not learn business-class German while studying in English. Learn German before starting a degree taught in German, and stay away from the for-profit private schools.
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R.A
Duncan, you really helped me a lot. Thank you so much!
Duncan, you really helped me a lot. Thank you so much!
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R.A
sorry Duncan, my last question ..whats is your opinion about the dual degrees programs?
sorry Duncan, my last question ..whats is your opinion about the dual degrees programs?
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Duncan
Do you mean the German system for Dual Studium? Or you do mean dual degrees?
Do you mean the German system for Dual Studium? Or you do mean dual degrees?
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R.A
I meant the dual degrees but since you mentioned the German system for dual studium can you please tell me about it too? because i didn't know it before you mentioned it and i just googled it now.
thanks in advance
I meant the dual degrees but since you mentioned the German system for dual studium can you please tell me about it too? because i didn't know it before you mentioned it and i just googled it now.
thanks in advance
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Duncan
I think dual degrees are harmless but can waste time. Dual Studium is excellent but requires excellent German language skills.
I think dual degrees are harmless but can waste time. Dual Studium is excellent but requires excellent German language skills.
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R.A
I am taking German classes but It will be difficult for me to take MSc taught in German so I will go for an MBA.I have shortlisted the universities into Mannheim business school and WHU based on course curriculum and specializations, rankings, and program tuition fees. I am also considering Frankfurt school of finance and management. But I am still confused between full-time and part-time program and which one is better for a carer shift and landing a brand manager position in multinational company in Europe?
I have another problem, I'm scheduled to take the GMAT for the first time in end of May so I just have one month to prepare for it !!! Is it too late?
Thanks in advance.
I am taking German classes but It will be difficult for me to take MSc taught in German so I will go for an MBA.I have shortlisted the universities into Mannheim business school and WHU based on course curriculum and specializations, rankings, and program tuition fees. I am also considering Frankfurt school of finance and management. But I am still confused between full-time and part-time program and which one is better for a carer shift and landing a brand manager position in multinational company in Europe?
I have another problem, I'm scheduled to take the GMAT for the first time in end of May so I just have one month to prepare for it !!! Is it too late?
Thanks in advance.
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Duncan
Traditionally a full-time student gets better support. However, it's more important for you get fluency in German than it is for you to get a degree.If these schools will give you the same access to careers services as a part-time student, then study part-time and use the other hours to learn German.
Traditionally a full-time student gets better support. However, it's more important for you get fluency in German than it is for you to get a degree.If these schools will give you the same access to careers services as a part-time student, then study part-time and use the other hours to learn German.
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maury
Are you not considering programs in the UK? As Duncan mentioned, it will be extremely difficult - maybe impossible - to get to business fluency in German during the course of a program.That's why it's better to study in a country where you already speak the language, if your goal includes transitioning countries.

If you're set on going to Germany, maybe consider taking a year to adequately learn the language before starting an MBA.
Are you not considering programs in the UK? As Duncan mentioned, it will be extremely difficult - maybe impossible - to get to business fluency in German during the course of a program.That's why it's better to study in a country where you already speak the language, if your goal includes transitioning countries.

If you're set on going to Germany, maybe consider taking a year to adequately learn the language before starting an MBA.
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