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Is the Mannheim MiM actually good?

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New post 14 Jul 2018, 00:56
Hello

I have gotten admission to the Mannheim MiM (english track). Are there any current students or alumni who can help me for this MiM course? It seems to be a very conventional course on management. By conventional I mean intensively focused on theory and less on application based learning. So I wanted to know how the lectures and learning methodologies are? How is the job placement? And what are the chances for an international student to get a job in Germany after graduating from University of Mannheim?

If someone could give me some advice, it would be really appreciated.

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New post 31 Aug 2018, 03:57
Hey Acube,

Firstly, congratulations on getting an admit :)
Mannheim school in Germany, hands down, it comes in top 3 schools in Germany.

Mannheim is ranked among the top 3 schools in Germany, and has a triple crown accreditation.

Since the school has a great global reputation, it will give you pretty good job opportunities.

Along with the learning, you will also get a plethora of networking opportunities as the school has notable alumni spread acroos the world and attracts the attention of some of the top companies.

In case you are an international student, I would strongly suggest you to learn German- It will help you make most of the networking opportunities.


To know more about the school,Check out the Mannheim review on our website –
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New post 01 Sep 2018, 20:48
Hey Acube,

Congratulations on your admission.
I’m an international student planning to apply for Mannheim MiM next year. Can I know your score converted in Mannheim evalutaion criteria? There are many information on the admission pass line for German track, but not much on the English track :/

Also, I have heard from some German friends or friends studying in Germany that as long as you learn German, getting a iob is not that difficult in Germany if you graduate from Mannheim. And chances are much higher than in countries like UK for sure.

Cheers!

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