Posted by Simon on 01/13/20 1:16am
First of all, I would like to thank you for creating a tremendously valuable website to any student pursuing MIM degree. I have read your book “ The MIM- Master In Management Entry Requirements”, and it gave me a clear insight of what business schools require from MIM candidates and who are the ideal candidates for these schools .I still have several enquiries concerning business schools, admissions, best location…Well, I am an Engineering Masters Graduate (completed 5 years in civil engineering) from a reputable university in my home country Lebanon. I have graduated last June, and I have yet to find a job due to the current economic crisis in my country. However, I did a couple of small internships that lasted for 1 month each that are related to Civil Engineering. I decided not a long ago to switch careers from engineering to Business because of many reasons; one of them was due to the scarcity of engineering jobs in my county. I started doing my research as well as preparing for the GMATI have some Questions that I would like to address:
Posted by thomas.graf on 01/13/20 9:35am
add 1: Ususally, they take your latest grade into account - in your case, the Master.
add 2: Since work experience is not required for a MIM, I don't think that this creates a problem.
add 3: I cannot answer this question and I don't think anyone can do this. The question is simply too broad given that there are so many different countries in Europe, with different industries, workforce situations and economies. A useful approach may be to pre-select a short list of interesting schools that fit your goals (following my suggested procedure in Business Masters - How you find the best Master in Management or MBA - and then screen the websites for the students statistics to find out where students from your region studied. If you find such schools you can contact the admissions managers and ask them to bring you in contact with them (to learn from their experiences). Sounds like a lot of work but I think it is worth it.
add 4: Again this is a too broad question. The actual question is: Is it enough FOR YOU? And this depends on your goals. Of course, there are many one year programs from very renowned schools for non-business graduates who eventually find a good position afterwards. In that respect, it is enough. But if it is enough for YOU depends on what you want to learn and where you want to apply later.
add 5: You have read the survey "The MIM - Entry Requirements", right? There you find a good overview on precisely these criteria. If you check your ten target schools you also find the tuition fees, correct? Still not sure??? My short answer is YES, you have good chances in my opinion.
Overall, I strongly recommend you to read my "Business Masters" ebook approach as this provides you with a new perspective and strategy on how to select and find the best programs FOR YOU.
Thomas GrafAuthor of the two MIM eBooks
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