Waitlisted at Pforzheim MBA, Germany


Vin11
I have 4.25 years of experience,630 on my GMAT and I have been waitlisted at Pforzheim MBA in Germany.
What are my chances of converting a seat?
I have 4.25 years of experience,630 on my GMAT and I have been waitlisted at Pforzheim MBA in Germany.
What are my chances of converting a seat?
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Duncan
That seems like a question for them. What percentage of people with very good positions were offered seats in time to get a visa? Surely the time to get a visa must be very tight.
That seems like a question for them. What percentage of people with very good positions were offered seats in time to get a visa? Surely the time to get a visa must be very tight.
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Vin11
Time taken to receive a visa varies from 2 weeks to 12 weeks.
I have applied for 4 colleges.
HS Esslingen-Reject.
MBAE HTWBerlin-No response.
HS Bremen-Last date for application 31st July.
HS Pforzheim-Waitlisted.
The visa processing will definitely depend on my luck.
How ever should I wait or take the wait list as impossible to convert and reach Germany in time?
I am from India .

[Edited by Vin11 on Jul 23, 2018]

Time taken to receive a visa varies from 2 weeks to 12 weeks.
I have applied for 4 colleges.
HS Esslingen-Reject.
MBAE HTWBerlin-No response.
HS Bremen-Last date for application 31st July.
HS Pforzheim-Waitlisted.
The visa processing will definitely depend on my luck.
How ever should I wait or take the wait list as impossible to convert and reach Germany in time?
I am from India .
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I wonder why they rejected you. Are German schools tough to get into?
Time taken to receive a visa varies from 2 weeks to 12 weeks.
I have applied for 4 colleges.
HS Esslingen-Reject.
MBAE HTWBerlin-No response.
HS Bremen-Last date for application 31st July.
HS Pforzheim-Waitlisted.
The visa processing will definitely depend on my luck.
How ever should I wait or take the wait list as impossible to convert and reach Germany in time?
I am from India .
I wonder why they rejected you. Are German schools tough to get into?[quote]Time taken to receive a visa varies from 2 weeks to 12 weeks.
I have applied for 4 colleges.
HS Esslingen-Reject.
MBAE HTWBerlin-No response.
HS Bremen-Last date for application 31st July.
HS Pforzheim-Waitlisted.
The visa processing will definitely depend on my luck.
How ever should I wait or take the wait list as impossible to convert and reach Germany in time?
I am from India .[/quote]
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Duncan
HTW takes up to a month to decide. Since its deadline was June 15, you almost certainly don't have a place. You might want to apply for the next semester, at different schools, and try to become a better candidate. At this very late stage, you are in a big pool of candidates with better qualifications.

[Edited by Duncan on Jul 23, 2018]

HTW takes up to a month to decide. Since its deadline was June 15, you almost certainly don't have a place. You might want to apply for the next semester, at different schools, and try to become a better candidate. At this very late stage, you are in a big pool of candidates with better qualifications.
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Larry
I wonder why they rejected you. Are German schools tough to get into?

No moreso than other similar quality schools in other countries. Could be a number of factors. It's late into the application cycle so it could be that all the spots have been filled. Or maybe it's because the applicant is from a highly competitive applicant pool - he/she is from India. Or could be other factors too, like the strength of the personal statement, references, etc.
[quote]I wonder why they rejected you. Are German schools tough to get into?[/quote]
No moreso than other similar quality schools in other countries. Could be a number of factors. It's late into the application cycle so it could be that all the spots have been filled. Or maybe it's because the applicant is from a highly competitive applicant pool - he/she is from India. Or could be other factors too, like the strength of the personal statement, references, etc.
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