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colleges I chose for M.Sc of Innovation n Entrepreneurship,gud or bad?

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Hi,
I will be giving GMAT in 26 days and here is my profile

72% in High school (Indian system)
63% in Intermediate(Indian system)
63% in B.Tech in Computer Science(Indian system)
1 year of work experience as a software developer

My ambition is to be an Entrepreneur and be a businessmen

THE 5 COLLEGES I CHOSE to study M.Sc. of Innovation and Entrepreneurship are

1) University of St. Gallon (Switzerland)
2) TMU (Germany)
3) WHU otto beisheim school of management (Germany)
4) University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)
5) Lund University (Sweden)


MY QUERY are-

1)Are these choices Good for me ?
2)My profile is too weak for them?
3)How much GMAT I need to get into most of them ? (Currently my score is 580)
4)Should I try for better or bit lower rank universities than these due to my profile?

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New post 01 Sep 2017, 04:00
Based on what I have seen:

Your current score or 600 to be safe is sufficient for UvA, TMU and Lund

St Gallen is the Harvard of German-speaking countries and I presume that 670-680 is the absolute minimum unless you have exceptional profile.

I think 630-650 is sufficient for WHU.

Hope this helps!

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New post 01 Sep 2017, 04:26
jxav wrote:
Based on what I have seen:

Your current score or 600 to be safe is sufficient for UvA, TMU and Lund

St Gallen is the Harvard of German-speaking countries and I presume that 670-680 is the absolute minimum unless you have exceptional profile.

I think 630-650 is sufficient for WHU.

Hope this helps!

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Thnaks and what about EU Business school in Switzerland?

And after I study from these , will I get job or a good investor easily in these countries?

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New post 01 Sep 2017, 04:32
rocko911 wrote:
Hi,
I will be giving GMAT in 26 days and here is my profile

72% in High school (Indian system)
63% in Intermediate(Indian system)
63% in B.Tech in Computer Science(Indian system)
1 year of work experience as a software developer

My ambition is to be an Entrepreneur and be a businessmen

THE 5 COLLEGES I CHOSE to study M.Sc. of Innovation and Entrepreneurship are

1) University of St. Gallon (Switzerland)
2) TMU (Germany)
3) WHU otto beisheim school of management (Germany)
4) University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)
5) Lund University (Sweden)


MY QUERY are-

1)Are these choices Good for me ?
2)My profile is too weak for them?
3)How much GMAT I need to get into most of them ? (Currently my score is 580)
4)Should I try for better or bit lower rank universities than these due to my profile?



Can someone give me little brief Info about these colleges, ranks and future from each of them after completing M.Sc of Innovation and Entrepreneurship?

And what exactly needs me to make my chances more to be in them AND ARE THEY WORTH INVESTING MONEY AS I NEED MONEY LATER ON FOR MY STARTUP if i couldnt manage to get a job????????

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New post 01 Sep 2017, 04:56
Based on what I've heard, a St Gallen graduates are highly sought after for German speaking companies in German speaking world. If you speak fluent German, I think the chance if you landing a job in Germany/Switzerland is very high. If you don't speak German, it will be very very challenging. You might be interested in securing a job in UK, but then again you will face competition from the likes of Oxbridge, LBS, LSE and Imperial. Plus, doing a UK internship when you are a student in St Gallen will be very costly.

Honestly, there is no guarantee of anyone securing their ideal job regardless of their university. University reputation only helps you until the interview process, and competition for the highest paying jobs such as IB/Consulting is very tough.

You stated that you wish to find investors for your startup. Well that boils down on how you present your ideas actually, and you will need some luck on meeting the right people as well.

I think its better for you to decide on what you really want to do. If you are willing to work hard on learning the native language of the country where your university is located and are determined to get excellent marks and internships, still there is no guarantee, but there will be a much better chance on landing a job.

If money is an issue, you can hedge your risk by getting 700 GMAT. Other than St Gallen, I'm pretty sure the other universities you have mentioned may provide you with some scholarships.

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jxav wrote:
Based on what I've heard, a St Gallen graduates are highly sought after for German speaking companies in German speaking world. If you speak fluent German, I think the chance if you landing a job in Germany/Switzerland is very high. If you don't speak German, it will be very very challenging. You might be interested in securing a job in UK, but then again you will face competition from the likes of Oxbridge, LBS, LSE and Imperial. Plus, doing a UK internship when you are a student in St Gallen will be very costly.

Honestly, there is no guarantee of anyone securing their ideal job regardless of their university. University reputation only helps you until the interview process, and competition for the highest paying jobs such as IB/Consulting is very tough.

You stated that you wish to find investors for your startup. Well that boils down on how you present your ideas actually, and you will need some luck on meeting the right people as well.

I think its better for you to decide on what you really want to do. If you are willing to work hard on learning the native language of the country where your university is located and are determined to get excellent marks and internships, still there is no guarantee, but there will be a much better chance on landing a job.

If money is an issue, you can hedge your risk by getting 700 GMAT. Other than St Gallen, I'm pretty sure the other universities you have mentioned may provide you with some scholarships.

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Well Yes, Money is the problem
My budget is 23500 - 25000 dollars and that is why I am not going to try US,Australia and UK

But If I scored 630 in GMAT

THEN WHICH 5 COLLEGES WILL BE BEST FOR ME AS FOR GOOD MARKET, GOOD INVESTORS and For M.Sc of Innovation and Entrepreneurship?

I will be really thankful if someone could help

MY GMAT is in 26 days only

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New post 01 Sep 2017, 05:58
I would say among your pick UvA is the best bet. You will get 1 year visa after graduation in The Netherlands to look for a job/internships. If you manage to obtain a permanent work contract, you can upgrade your visa status to higher skilled migrant.

With 630 you may consider to apply to RSM as well.

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New post 06 Sep 2017, 05:23
As far as I know also TU Delft has a MSc for you, it's called Management of Technology. Note that TUD is the highest ranked university of The Netherlands and there is a centre for entrepreneurship and startups quite big, it is called YesDelft.
I know that the minimum gpa required is 75% but maybe an high GMAT can balance.

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