Searching for mba in germany


tamerramzy
Hi i am looking for mba in germany in English.

That do not requires gmat or gre and the tuition fee to be max. 8000 euros.

I am not looking for mba with zero tuition fee as it is very hard to get. I tried before but I didn't get it. That's why I am looking for one with low tuition fees but with no gre or gmat

Regards

[Edited by tamerramzy on Sep 12, 2018]

Hi i am looking for mba in germany in English.

That do not requires gmat or gre and the tuition fee to be max. 8000 euros.

I am not looking for mba with zero tuition fee as it is very hard to get. I tried before but I didn't get it. That's why I am looking for one with low tuition fees but with no gre or gmat

Regards
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Duncan
Just out of curiousity, what are your goals with attending such a school? If you just want to spend time in Germany why not take a year long language course at a prestigious research university? That would be cheaper and more valuable than, presumably, a private university aimed at students who simply want a year away from their parents.
Just out of curiousity, what are your goals with attending such a school? If you just want to spend time in Germany why not take a year long language course at a prestigious research university? That would be cheaper and more valuable than, presumably, a private university aimed at students who simply want a year away from their parents.
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tamerramzy
HI duncan,

Can you please tell me some of the universities where I can study this language courses and how much it will cost
HI duncan,

Can you please tell me some of the universities where I can study this language courses and how much it will cost
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Duncan
Almost every big German university has a programme in academic German that leads to the DSH. I studied for the while in Leipzig, so I know a good option is the university there, which has a year long programme: http://www.interdaf.uni-leipzig.de/intensive-language-courses.html Each 2-month block is €1500, so €3000 per semester. I studied German at Munich, which is around half that price. https://www.dkfa.de/images/pdf/Preisliste.pdf I suggest you contact the DAAD.de representatative near you.
Almost every big German university has a programme in academic German that leads to the DSH. I studied for the while in Leipzig, so I know a good option is the university there, which has a year long programme: http://www.interdaf.uni-leipzig.de/intensive-language-courses.html Each 2-month block is €1500, so €3000 per semester. I studied German at Munich, which is around half that price. https://www.dkfa.de/images/pdf/Preisliste.pdf I suggest you contact the DAAD.de representatative near you.
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conqueror
Hi duncan please I would like to go for an MBA in canada and I hope I can
get a university with a lower tuition fee 9000 below? Thank you.
Hi duncan please I would like to go for an MBA in canada and I hope I can
get a university with a lower tuition fee 9000 below? Thank you.
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Duncan
I am not aware of any.
I am not aware of any.
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laurie
9000 CAD? I don't think there's any accredited school in that price range. Memorial University Newfoundland is relatively inexpensive though, and has AACSB accreditation. If you speak French then the Université Laval is also an option.
9000 CAD? I don't think there's any accredited school in that price range. Memorial University Newfoundland is relatively inexpensive though, and has AACSB accreditation. If you speak French then the Université Laval is also an option.
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