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I wanted to ask,how is the MIM course in TUM school of management.
Does it have good career prospects, reputation and is it worth pursuing for?

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I think it's a great degree and an amazing option to go for if you want to combine your engineering background with management skills. TUM is one of the best universities in the world, and their reputation in Germany is also very high.
The brand name, a small batch size coupled with fluent German skills will definitely open many doors for you. German is easier to learn compared to other languages, however it totally depends on your career goals.

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New post 07 Mar 2019, 02:37
Prateekj05 wrote:
I think it's a great degree and an amazing option to go for if you want to combine your engineering background with management skills. TUM is one of the best universities in the world, and their reputation in Germany is also very high.
The brand name, a small batch size coupled with fluent German skills will definitely open many doors for you. German is easier to learn compared to other languages, however it totally depends on your career goals.

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Sir, thank you for your response.
But i came to know that the batch size for MIM in Munich campus is very big. Is it not true?
Which campus to choose? munich or Heillbonn?
And is it possible for us (Being NON EU) to get a good job opportunity there?
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