Mba in Germany


Sam_Mitt
Hello, I'm 34 years old and have done 2 bachelor degrees. 6 years of work exp after the first one and 1 year after second one. Looking for a decent university for mba in germany. Right now I'm doing B1 level. Basic motto is to get into the country. Surely not looking for a very high paying job after my MBA. I can afford maximum of 10000 euros as tuition fee. Please suggest me some.
Thanks,
Hello, I'm 34 years old and have done 2 bachelor degrees. 6 years of work exp after the first one and 1 year after second one. Looking for a decent university for mba in germany. Right now I'm doing B1 level. Basic motto is to get into the country. Surely not looking for a very high paying job after my MBA. I can afford maximum of 10000 euros as tuition fee. Please suggest me some.
Thanks,
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Duncan
Pforzheim and Esslingen are the only serious options at that price.
Pforzheim and Esslingen are the only serious options at that price.
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maury
Agreed on Pforzheim. If you already have a bachelor's degree in business or economics, you can do the three-semester variant where you skip the foundation courses (which runs 3,000 EUR).

The four semester version, which is if you don't have a bachelor's in business/economics, is 12,000. Still a great value.
Agreed on Pforzheim. If you already have a bachelor's degree in business or economics, you can do the three-semester variant where you skip the foundation courses (which runs 3,000 EUR).

The four semester version, which is if you don't have a bachelor's in business/economics, is 12,000. Still a great value.
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Sam_Mitt
Thank you Duncan and Maury.. Well at this price if my options are so limited then is there any other cheaper school in germany? If I'm not getting any good school then I'm ok with any school which will have low tution fee. I mean can't depend on only 2 schools. Need more options. Thanks..
Thank you Duncan and Maury.. Well at this price if my options are so limited then is there any other cheaper school in germany? If I'm not getting any good school then I'm ok with any school which will have low tution fee. I mean can't depend on only 2 schools. Need more options. Thanks..
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Duncan
Pforzheim and Esslingen are great schools. If you can't afford more than 10,000 then, if your goals is simply to migrate, you will be better off taking an MSc at a Universitaet and learning German, and not taking a cheaper MBA (which would be at an inferior Fachhochschule). Check out the CHE rankings of German universities and Fachhochshulen.
Pforzheim and Esslingen are great schools. If you can't afford more than 10,000 then, if your goals is simply to migrate, you will be better off taking an MSc at a Universitaet and learning German, and not taking a cheaper MBA (which would be at an inferior Fachhochschule). Check out the CHE rankings of German universities and Fachhochshulen.
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RobPM
Hi Duncan, I have read about the SVD MBA in Prague, it costs 10,000 euros and it is well ranked but, Is it a good MBA program though?. Could it be better than the MBA that Pforzheim offers?
Hi Duncan, I have read about the SVD MBA in Prague, it costs 10,000 euros and it is well ranked but, Is it a good MBA program though?. Could it be better than the MBA that Pforzheim offers?
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Duncan
I have not heard of the SVD in Prague, so it cannot be ranked by any serious organisation. It cannot be better than Pforzheim, or even half as good.
I have not heard of the SVD in Prague, so it cannot be ranked by any serious organisation. It cannot be better than Pforzheim, or even half as good.
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RobPM
VSE, sorry I made a mistake http://isbm.vse.cz/english/mba-program/program-structure/
VSE, sorry I made a mistake http://isbm.vse.cz/english/mba-program/program-structure/
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RobPM
http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/european-business-school-rankings-2015

it is ranked 81

any idea about it? the cost of the MBA is 10,000 and teh cost of living is very low. I do not know if it has a good reputation, or if it is a good idea to follow this program and then try to get into the german market.

[Edited by RobPM on Jan 21, 2016]

http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/european-business-school-rankings-2015

it is ranked 81

any idea about it? the cost of the MBA is 10,000 and teh cost of living is very low. I do not know if it has a good reputation, or if it is a good idea to follow this program and then try to get into the german market.
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RobPM
or maybe for a lower cost I could follow the Msc in general management that the TUM has in Munich for engineers and study an intensive german course. My plan is to follow a consultant role in Germany
or maybe for a lower cost I could follow the Msc in general management that the TUM has in Munich for engineers and study an intensive german course. My plan is to follow a consultant role in Germany
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Duncan
The VSE is respected locally for its MSc but the TUM is clearly.a stronger option in Germany.
The VSE is respected locally for its MSc but the TUM is clearly.a stronger option in Germany.
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RobPM
Thanks Duncan.
Thanks Duncan.
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