Posted by - thomas.graf - on 24 March 2020 - 9:17am
there are need-based and merit-based scholarships. If you receive a merit-based scholarship - e.g., because of your outstanding experience in entrepreneurship or because of a great GMAT result - I would include it in my CV later.
As for your other questions, I recommend you to read my eBook first. I understand that it is easier to pose a question here. But first I want you to do your job. In the end, you will be the one to make a decision. So you should ground that decision on fundamental knowledge. And this is what you find in my ebook.
Posted by - thomas.graf - on 23 March 2020 - 3:07pm
you should choose the program that maximizes your career benefits and minimize the costs. For this you have to analyze the programs thoroughly. How can you do this? Read my guidebook Business Masters - How you find the best Master in Management and MBA.
Best wishes,Thomas Graf
Founder of the MIM CompassAuthor of the MIM eBooks
Posted by - GULLU - on 23 March 2020 - 5:18pm
Thank you for the post, sir! :)There are a few points which I also wanted to add here that I have a scholarship from ESMT Berlin, not very significant in terms of the amount, but will that be any kind of an add on the later period in terms of my CV during my job search?And if I would remove the concern that the German language is a barrier, what would be your pick among the 2 and could you also give me the factors you consider for the same?
Posted by - GULLU - on 23 March 2020 - 10:52am
I have got an offer from both Warwick business school and Esmt Belin for their masters in management program? Which one shall I go with considering the job opportunities and expenses? (ps: I am from India)
Posted by - Suraj Kumar Mishra - on 20 April 2020 - 4:40am
Hello GULU congratulations for being accepted!. K would suggest you to choose ESMT.I am also going to apply for this. Can i know what is your profile??
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