Posted by shashank_raj on 08/02/15 9:59am
I am looking for good German institutes accepting MBA admissions without considering GMAT score .Below is my profile-I.T. xprnc of 8 yrs - Business Analyst/Consultant BA/Config AnalystGraduation- Bachelor of Engg(I.T.)-69.2%Class 12 - 70%IELTS 7 band scoreKindly let me know good institutes where i can apply without GMAT score ?
Posted by Thomas Graf on 08/03/15 11:00am
it's very easy to find that out.
And find your list.
By Thomas GrafOwner MIM CompassAuthor of the MIM eBook
Posted by shashank_raj on 08/03/15 11:48am
Thanks for reply Thomas . I got 41 universities/colleges/MBA-program , is there any feature via which i can see ratings of these institutes on your website ? Also , i am getting few institutes like GSO_MI , IUBH , Bremen university , but am not sure if these have good reputation among German industries . Also , what is the scope of job after Masters in MBA. I don't want to change my field(I.T.) , have 8 years of experience and want to continue as project manager in IT after completing masters from Germany. Do i have to only go for MBA (IT) or MBA(IM or general program) will also meet my requirements .
Posted by Thomas Graf on 08/03/15 12:29pm
ok, now you have a population of 41 programs. So you can start to analyze them one by one to see if they meet your profile and if they provide you with sufficient benefits so that you achieve your career goals.
In my MIM eBook I provide a procedure how you can do that effectively - particularly, in the ANALYZE programs and schools chapter. There you also learn about the difference between a Master and an MBA - as you will see, the scope of job is completely different because the programs follow different purposes.
Posted by sakshi on 09/22/19 7:12pm
I have the same concern and I did the same thing but I got only one result. Is there any other way to find out more universities.
Posted by thomas.graf on 09/23/19 1:33pm
can you please let me know the "parameters" or "search terms" you entered to end up with only one school or program?
By Thomas GrafAuthor of the MIM eBook
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