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Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 15 Mar 2012, 04:37
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Hi All,

I have a CGPA of 3.1 and recently took my GMAT - 670 (49Q32V). I am thinking of applying to Mannheim's Masters in Management program and was wondering if anyone has any information at all on it? For example, average score, career opportunities, or any other relevant information.

Anything will be highly appreciated.

Moreover, I did not see a thread for MMM separately; so those of you who plan on applying, this could be a good place to discuss things.

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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 26 Apr 2012, 06:01
hI Mohsin, I'm probably applying for MMM too. I'm attending my last semester at Politecnico di Milano in Management Engeneering. I have a CGPA of 26.5/30 (yep, this is italian grading system) and I took GMAT right this morning scoring 640 (44Q,34V). I could have done better but I prepared the exam in just 2 weeks, so. I also attended 2 semesters in China and this, as far as I understood, should raise my rank.
Anyway I don't have any relevant information about MMM too, but if you want to share doubts or informations feel free to contact me.
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 01 May 2012, 20:23
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hI Mohsin, I'm probably applying for MMM too. I'm attending my last semester at Politecnico di Milano in Management Engeneering. I have a CGPA of 26.5/30 (yep, this is italian grading system) and I took GMAT right this morning scoring 640 (44Q,34V). I could have done better but I prepared the exam in just 2 weeks, so. I also attended 2 semesters in China and this, as far as I understood, should raise my rank.
Anyway I don't have any relevant information about MMM too, but if you want to share doubts or informations feel free to contact me.
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Hi Guys,
I'm also applying to Mannheim. I want to know about jobs for non-german speakers through Mannheim. How feasible? And how is the overall recruiting at Mannheim.
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 01 May 2012, 23:15
Hi Ronnie,
By "overall recruiting" you mean the procedure for getting admitted at Mannheim MiM ? If so, to make a long story short, is like this: 6/15 points are assigned to GMAT score, 6/15 points are assigned to GPA, and the other 3/15 are assigned to other experiences such as internship,semester abroad,voluntary work ext.
About jobs for non german speakers I really cannot tell. I've been told that german firms are likely to ask at least a basic level of german, but i'm confident you can find also job positions where german is not required. Generally speaking being a non-EU citizen make things a little bit more complicated because you might need a business visa but i'm sure that's not a big problem.

I hope it was helpful, do you mind sharing your profile?
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 01 May 2012, 23:18
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Hi Ronnie,
By "overall recruiting" you mean the procedure for getting admitted at Mannheim MiM ? If so, to make a long story short, is like this: 6/15 points are assigned to GMAT score, 6/15 points are assigned to GPA, and the other 3/15 are assigned to other experiences such as internship,semester abroad,voluntary work ext.
About jobs for non german speakers I really cannot tell. I've been told that german firms are likely to ask at least a basic level of german, but i'm confident you can find also job positions where german is not required. Generally speaking being a non-EU citizen make things a little bit more complicated because you might need a business visa but i'm sure that's not a big problem.

I hope it was helpful, do you mind sharing your profile?
Cheers Giuseppe

Hi,
Thanks for the feedback. I'm an Indian national with Econ undergrad. i have 2 yrs of experience in Economic reporting. I have completed CFA level 2.
By recruiting I meant number of firms interested in Fluent English speakers. I may not be able to gain high German skills in the limited time I have.
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 01 May 2012, 23:30
I suspected you meant that by "overall recruitment"..hihi... anyway... I think fluent english will be enough. I have some non-german friends working in German multinationals such as BMW, Allianz. And there are also tons of international firms with branches in Germany where english is the working language. But bear in mind that most german firms want to see at least basic-intermediate level of german on your CV. It's a matter of pride for them.
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 02 May 2012, 03:19
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I suspected you meant that by "overall recruitment"..hihi... anyway... I think fluent english will be enough. I have some non-german friends working in German multinationals such as BMW, Allianz. And there are also tons of international firms with branches in Germany where english is the working language. But bear in mind that most german firms want to see at least basic-intermediate level of german on your CV. It's a matter of pride for them.

By the way, did you apply for English Track or German-English track? My profile: , Econ major, Indian. I already have admit from HSG for Masters in Banking & Finance. I have perfect Quant GRE of 800 which got me the admission. My GMAT is low and suspect that i might not get the nod from Mannheim. Only hope is that they might want to admit an Indian (Asian) to the pool to maintain diversity.
I'm not too keen about HSG because of the tough job permit norms in switzerland.

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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 02 May 2012, 03:52
I'm applying for the english track. Well, let me say, I guess entering in Mannheim MiM, even tought the programme has an excellent reputation (nr. 1 in germany, and 11th worldwide),might be less competitive compared to entering in, say, HSC,ESSEC,ESCP or HEC.
GMAT score stands for "just" 6/15 of the application so if you have good GPA or excellent CV experiences, that might boost your rank.
I don't have an excellent GMAT score but still I think is respectful (640), fair enough GPA (3.53/4), and rather good CV experiences. I took part to a double bachelor degree programme (management engineering and mechanical engineering) within "Politecnico di Milano" (best italian engineering university side to side with "Politecnico di Torino)) and Tongji University in Shanghai. That allowed me to live for one year in Shanghai and learn chinese on a basic-intermediate level. On the other side I lack professional experiences but I hope this won't be a big issue.
I just keep my fingers crossed and wait for the decision that should come somewhen between the end of June and the beginning of July.
What are your feelings about the admission? are you gonna make it?
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 02 May 2012, 04:00
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I'm applying for the english track. Well, let me say, I guess entering in Mannheim MiM, even tought the programme has an excellent reputation (nr. 1 in germany, and 11th worldwide),might be less competitive compared to entering in, say, HSC,ESSEC,ESCP or HEC.
GMAT score stands for "just" 6/15 of the application so if you have good GPA or excellent CV experiences, that might boost your rank.
I don't have an excellent GMAT score but still I think is respectful (640), fair enough GPA (3.53/4), and rather good CV experiences. I took part to a double bachelor degree programme (management engineering and mechanical engineering) within "Politecnico di Milano" (best italian engineering university side to side with "Politecnico di Torino)) and Tongji University in Shanghai. That allowed me to live for one year in Shanghai and learn chinese on a basic-intermediate level. On the other side I lack professional experiences but I hope this won't be a big issue.
I just keep my fingers crossed and wait for the decision that should come somewhen between the end of June and the beginning of July.
What are your feelings about the admission? are you gonna make it?


I think i have very less chances. Are you also interested in Double degree at Mannheim? Any idea on how competitive is the double degree with Queens Canada?
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 02 May 2012, 04:28
Camon don't be so pessimistic. Anyway I am interested in double degree programs offered by Mannheim MiM. I think they're all very competitive but I don't want to have disillusions. I want to put one step in front of the other: if and only if get into MMM, i'll have better insights about them.
Camon, be faithful, cross your fingers, and i'm sure you'll manage ;-)
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 02 May 2012, 06:18
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Camon don't be so pessimistic. Anyway I am interested in double degree programs offered by Mannheim MiM. I think they're all very competitive but I don't want to have disillusions. I want to put one step in front of the other: if and only if get into MMM, i'll have better insights about them.
Camon, be faithful, cross your fingers, and i'm sure you'll manage ;-)

Thanks for the encouragement. I'll be delighted if your prediction comes true!
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 04 May 2012, 04:05
Hi,

Did anyone of you received acceptance from Mannheim ??
Is BBA or graduation in Economics necessary for Mannheim Master's in management?
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 04 May 2012, 05:38
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Did anyone of you received acceptance from Mannheim ??
Is BBA or graduation in Economics necessary for Mannheim Master's in management?

Hi. Although bachelors in management related field is desired, I would still recommend you to apply even if you don't belong to that category. Please share your profile so that I can help you better.
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 04 May 2012, 09:44
u don't need BBA but still u need at least 36 ECTS in business administration from your bachelor degree. For instance, i studied production engineering but i'm applying nevertheless because i've attend several subjects in BA field.. So far nobody got acceptance because the decisions will be sent out somewhen between june and july. How's your profile anyway?
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 04 May 2012, 10:26
I have done B.Tech in Instrumentation. Studied Economics for 1 semester.My GMAT score is 640, GPA 3.0 and I have 2 years of Work Ex in MNC.
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 04 May 2012, 11:02
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I have done B.Tech in Instrumentation. Studied Economics for 1 semester.My GMAT score is 640, GPA 3.0 and I have 2 years of Work Ex in MNC.

Hi,
I highly recommend you to apply since there is no application fee. Requirements are not usually as strict as those mentioned on website. If they find your profile to be suitable, you will definitely be considered.
Are you are an Indian?? I'm based in New Delhi and my application has already reached Mannheim. :)
Results will be declared between last week of June and first week of July irrespective of when one applies.
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 05 May 2012, 06:17
^ Hey, I am from New Delhi too. Which college are you from?

I am applying for the MMM as well. I gave the GMAT earlier but Mannheim wasn't one of the colleges that I chose to send the score report to. Can I just send a copy of the Score Report I got or do I need to order an additional score report from mba.com, if you know?
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 05 May 2012, 06:22
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^ Hey, I am from New Delhi too. Which college are you from?

I am applying for the MMM as well. I gave the GMAT earlier but Mannheim wasn't one of the colleges that I chose to send the score report to. Can I just send a copy of the Score Report I got or do I need to order an additional score report from mba.com, if you know?

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You need to send an additional report through mba.com to MMM. I'm from Sri Venkateswara College, DU? Please share your profile
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 07 May 2012, 05:14
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^ Hey, I am from New Delhi too. Which college are you from?

I am applying for the MMM as well. I gave the GMAT earlier but Mannheim wasn't one of the colleges that I chose to send the score report to. Can I just send a copy of the Score Report I got or do I need to order an additional score report from mba.com, if you know?

Hi,
You need to send an additional report through mba.com to MMM. I'm from Sri Venkateswara College, DU? Please share your profile


Thanks, I'll do that then. I did my B.Com from Shaheed Bhagat Singh College. Low acads (52%), but GMAT - 700 (Q46, V40, 5.5). I am a Swiss Resident and am working over here right now in a company which is part of my family business. I've done an internship in another Swiss Company earlier. Learning German at the moment. I am applying to USG, Esade and Mannheim. Chances of USG look bleak due to my low GPA, I don't know if my Swiss residency or work experience would count as an asset though. What is your profile?

P.S. A Statement of Purpose or Letter of Recommendations (the portal only says that these are needed for the Masters in Economics course) are not required for the MMM?
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Re: Mannheim Masters in Management [#permalink] New post 07 May 2012, 07:37
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ronnie987 wrote:
FireWolf wrote:
^ Hey, I am from New Delhi too. Which college are you from?

I am applying for the MMM as well. I gave the GMAT earlier but Mannheim wasn't one of the colleges that I chose to send the score report to. Can I just send a copy of the Score Report I got or do I need to order an additional score report from mba.com, if you know?

Hi,
You need to send an additional report through mba.com to MMM. I'm from Sri Venkateswara College, DU? Please share your profile


Thanks, I'll do that then. I did my B.Com from Shaheed Bhagat Singh College. Low acads (52%), but GMAT - 700 (Q46, V40, 5.5). I am a Swiss Resident and am working over here right now in a company which is part of my family business. I've done an internship in another Swiss Company earlier. Learning German at the moment. I am applying to USG, Esade and Mannheim. Chances of USG look bleak due to my low GPA, I don't know if my Swiss residency or work experience would count as an asset though. What is your profile?

P.S. A Statement of Purpose or Letter of Recommendations (the portal only says that these are needed for the Masters in Economics course) are not required for the MMM?

With 700 GMAT, you have a decent chance at HSG as well. I have an MBF admit. No LOR or SOP are required for MMM. I think since you are an Indian citizen currently residing in Switzerland, you'll be treated as an Indian (which increases your chances as HSG wants diversity)
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