Future Career and school advice


tleknight

Hi all,

I am asian, working as export sales engineer for the past 3.5 years. I need some suggestion between Msc engineering business management(My target is Warwick) and MBA (Looking at Durham/Edinburgh)

Goals: Product Manager/Manger role at multinational engineering company such as Siemens/Schneider Electric/ABB ,etc.

Any other suggestion would be highly appreciate.
Thank you.

Hi all,

I am asian, working as export sales engineer for the past 3.5 years. I need some suggestion between Msc engineering business management(My target is Warwick) and MBA (Looking at Durham/Edinburgh)

Goals: Product Manager/Manger role at multinational engineering company such as Siemens/Schneider Electric/ABB ,etc.

Any other suggestion would be highly appreciate.
Thank you.
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Duncan

Are these mainland EU firms big recruiters from the schools you mention? I see on LikedIn that they don't do a lot of product management in the UK, but more often in Germany, the USA or China. 

[Edited by Duncan on Jan 06, 2021]

Are these mainland EU firms big recruiters from the schools you mention? I see on LikedIn that they don't do a lot of product management in the UK, but more often in Germany, the USA or China. 
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tleknight

Thanks Duncan,

Should I look more option in German school or something like Netherland? I can start preparing the German language now. 



Anyway, I forgot to mention that for long term I would come back to work in my home country. 

Thanks Duncan,

Should I look more option in German school or something like Netherland? I can start preparing the German language now. 

<br><br>Anyway, I forgot to mention that for long term I would come back to work in my home country.&nbsp;
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Duncan

If you have the goal to be a product manager in those firms then perhaps a year in a intensive German or French course will be more useful than a management degree. Do your research or hire an advisor familiar with those markets. 

[Edited by Duncan on Jan 06, 2021]

If you have the goal to be a product manager in those firms then perhaps a year in a intensive German or French course will be more useful than a management degree. Do your research or hire an advisor familiar with those markets.&nbsp;
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