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Hey guys im an Engineer from Mumbai University, India. Im planning to apply for MiM courses offered at German Universities. ( Whu, Mannheim, HHL etc)
But they have this criteria of having done with some sort of Business Administration (or Finance subjects for MiF) in my undergraduate studies. Being an engineer, i didnt come across any such subjects back then.
So can you help me with suggestions regarding what can be done in this regard, like where do i try gaining the required ECTS in Business Admin or Finance to be eligible for such universities.
Also i need to apply for 2018 intake. Kindly help
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New post 06 Dec 2017, 23:02
Bhave07 wrote:
Hey guys im an Engineer from Mumbai University, India. Im planning to apply for MiM courses offered at German Universities. ( Whu, Mannheim, HHL etc)
But they have this criteria of having done with some sort of Business Administration (or Finance subjects for MiF) in my undergraduate studies. Being an engineer, i didnt come across any such subjects back then.
So can you help me with suggestions regarding what can be done in this regard, like where do i try gaining the required ECTS in Business Admin or Finance to be eligible for such universities.
Also i need to apply for 2018 intake. Kindly help

You can take some extra courses at some community college and submit an alternate transcript.
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New post 28 Dec 2017, 03:49
Hey Bhave07,

Most of the German Universities do have the criteria of completing 30-40 ECTS in Business Administration. Since Engineers don’t have business related courses in their UG degree, they cannot meet this criterion, making them ineligible for the program.

You can instead target schools which don’t have this criterion, such as TUM (Technical University of Munich), EBS, or ESMT (European School of Management and Technology).

Some schools also organize a Pre-Masters program for students to make up for the lack of Business Administration Credits, and get acquainted with the basics of business fundamentals.

You can check out this link to know more about pursuing the MiM from Germany: http://www.mim-essay.com/review/masters-in-management-in-germany/

If you are aiming for the September 2018 intake, then it is best to target Round 2 (January Deadlines) as the later rounds are more competitive.

France is also a good place for you to pursue your masters because of its lenient immigration policies, and the quality of the schools that offer the MiM such as HEC, ESSEC, ESCP.
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New post 10 Mar 2018, 17:39
Just a note: Rotterdam School of Management has a Master in Management aimed specifically at NON-Business majors. They admit law students, engineering students, etcetera.
However, this is a pretty competitive program - you may want to strive for a strong GMAT!

Link: https://www.rsm.nl/master/msc-programme ... /overview/

Good luck!
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