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Mannheim vs Warwick [#permalink] New post 18 Apr 2013, 04:05
I have got scholarship from the both schools. The amount of expenses are same. Which school ? Why ?

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Re: Mannheim vs Warwick [#permalink] New post 18 Apr 2013, 04:22
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I would pick Warwick, hands down!

I am an european student and I've never heard of Mannheim.

On the other hand I know that Warwick has great placement stats in IB and in London's financial district in general.
I personally know a couple of guys that did their BSc at Warwick and I can assure you that they have EXCELLENT jobs now.

Of course it depends on what are your goals for the long-term, I am a finance student so I speak for my field.

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Re: Mannheim vs Warwick [#permalink] New post 18 Apr 2013, 18:00
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I have got scholarship from the both schools. The amount of expenses are same. Which school ? Why ?

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Both are equally good school and it would not be fair to say one school is better than other without knowing your specific details.
which course
what career objective
what nationality
do you speak German?
and so on

Ask all these question to yourself and then you will have better idea about which school and why.
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Re: Mannheim vs Warwick [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2013, 00:55
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Warwick is a fantastic school, but so is Mannheim. German b-schools are on a roll at the moment on the back of a reasonably strong German economy and jobs scene. I read today that Mannheim posted 100% job placements for its recent MBA grads and the average salary was a little over US$100k. Not sure what the post-graduation employment figs are for Warwick but I'm sure you can dig them out pretty easily. I've visited Warwick and it's a great school. So - having scholarships from both schools presents you with a problem - but a very nice problem to have!

BTW the Mannheim MBA is taught in English... though I guess it would help to have some German too if you went there. Warwick shaves Mannheim on rankings etc. if you set store by such things. As a previous poster said - I would recommend picking the school which has courses closest to your own career goals because other differentiating factors between the two schools are relatively slim.
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Re: Mannheim vs Warwick [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2013, 02:59
I did my UG at Warwick. It's a nice Uni and within the UK it has a pretty good reputation.

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