MBA Selection


UH456

Hi

I have been accepted into WHU Full Time MBA program starting in September. I have 3.5 years work experience in IT and want to move in Business Consulting. My German Skills are still very weak, and my target is to complete till A2/B1 before I start. I would like to know how is the job scenario for career switchers like me in WHU. The other offers which I have got are
Amsterdam Business School MBA, NUS S3 MBA, Eller Arizona (High Tuition) MBA and Carlson and State University Of New York MIS program.

Please do help me in selection !!!

Thanks in advance

Hi

I have been accepted into WHU Full Time MBA program starting in September. I have 3.5 years work experience in IT and want to move in Business Consulting. My German Skills are still very weak, and my target is to complete till A2/B1 before I start. I would like to know how is the job scenario for career switchers like me in WHU. The other offers which I have got are
Amsterdam Business School MBA, NUS S3 MBA, Eller Arizona (High Tuition) MBA and Carlson and State University Of New York MIS program.

Please do help me in selection !!!

Thanks in advance
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Duncan

If you arrive at A2 you will be not be fluent by the time you complete a year studying in English. Unless you have US residency already, isn't the S3 a much better option?

If you arrive at A2 you will be not be fluent by the time you complete a year studying in English. Unless you have US residency already, isn't the S3 a much better option?
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UH456

@Duncan Thanks for posting your reply. I am curious if S3 Asia has got similar value as FT MBA from NUS . Can you please throw some light on it.


@Duncan Thanks for posting your reply. I am curious if S3 Asia has got similar value as FT MBA from NUS . Can you please throw some light on it.
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Duncan

No it doesn't but if you good at networking and finding work then it's a great degree.

No it doesn't but if you good at networking and finding work then it's a great degree.
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UH456

Hey Duncan

Thanks for your reply. I am not considering the S3 program due to the its tuition fees. And, it leaves me to the option of WHU and the US schools, so would it be difficult finding job in Germany post my MBA as cost wise it is the best, given the 50% scholarship I received from there.

Best

Hey Duncan

Thanks for your reply. I am not considering the S3 program due to the its tuition fees. And, it leaves me to the option of WHU and the US schools, so would it be difficult finding job in Germany post my MBA as cost wise it is the best, given the 50% scholarship I received from there.

Best
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Duncan

So in that case come to a German-speaking city now and take an intensive German course.

So in that case come to a German-speaking city now and take an intensive German course.
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