Online MBA @ IUBH University


Hello Experts,
please I would like to know if it worth getting an online MBA degree from Germany and for specific from IUBH University.
Actually, they offering a suitable scholarship and option to attend the last 6 months on campus as well as 18 months working visa upon completion of the degree.

this degree will be recognized for immigration to Canada or Australia? or only with EU?

can you please advise me.

Hello Experts,
please I would like to know if it worth getting an online MBA degree from Germany and for specific from IUBH University.
Actually, they offering a suitable scholarship and option to attend the last 6 months on campus as well as 18 months working visa upon completion of the degree.

this degree will be recognized for immigration to Canada or Australia? or only with EU?

can you please advise me.
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Duncan

An online degree will not give you a post-study immigration visa in any country, but this scheme with the six months study is interesting. https://www.make-it-in-germany.com/en/study-training/study/prospects-after-graduation/

Do you speak German?

[Edited by Duncan on Jul 12, 2020]

An online degree will not give you a post-study immigration visa in any country, but this scheme with the six months study is interesting.&nbsp;<a href="https://www.make-it-in-germany.com/en/study-training/study/prospects-after-graduation/">https://www.make-it-in-germany.com/en/study-training/study/prospects-after-graduation/</a><br><br>Do you speak German?
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laurie

I believe both Canada and Australia have some sort of 'skilled worker' visa scheme, under which a master's degree may be valuable.

However, it is only one factor in this kind of visa, and really any legitimate master's degree would add the same value to your application. Not sure why you'd want to study in a German institution if your goal is to work elsewhere. 

I believe both Canada and Australia have some sort of 'skilled worker' visa scheme, under which a master's degree may be valuable.<br><br>However, it is only one factor in this kind of visa, and really any legitimate master's degree would add the same value to your application. Not sure why you'd want to study in a German institution if your goal is to work elsewhere.&nbsp;
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An online degree will not give you a post-study immigration visa in any country, but this scheme with the six months study is interesting. https://www.make-it-in-germany.com/en/study-training/study/prospects-after-graduation/

Do you speak German?


actually I don't speak german, they offer an English MBA.
How you can rate the online MBA from IUBH as an expert?
please know that I seek both business knowledge as well degree which enrich my CV and provide me with more job opportunities . 

[Edited by Mostafa Fawzy on Jul 18, 2020]

[quote]An online degree will not give you a post-study immigration visa in any country, but this scheme with the six months study is interesting.&nbsp;<a href="https://www.make-it-in-germany.com/en/study-training/study/prospects-after-graduation/">https://www.make-it-in-germany.com/en/study-training/study/prospects-after-graduation/</a><br><br>Do you speak German? [/quote]<br><br>actually I don't speak german, they offer an English MBA.<br>How you can rate the online MBA from IUBH as an expert?<br>please know that I seek both business knowledge as well degree which enrich my CV and provide me with more job opportunities .&nbsp;
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I believe both Canada and Australia have some sort of 'skilled worker' visa scheme, under which a master's degree may be valuable.

However, it is only one factor in this kind of visa, and really any legitimate master's degree would add the same value to your application. Not sure why you'd want to study in a German institution if your goal is to work elsewhere. 

well, there are 2 reasons:_
1st, they offered a very well scholarship which I couldn't get the same from Canada or Australia. also. 
2nd, Germany is a good market with high manpower demand. 
but still, Germany are not offering immigration programs like Canada and Australia. 

[quote]I believe both Canada and Australia have some sort of 'skilled worker' visa scheme, under which a master's degree may be valuable.<br><br>However, it is only one factor in this kind of visa, and really any legitimate master's degree would add the same value to your application. Not sure why you'd want to study in a German institution if your goal is to work elsewhere.&nbsp; [/quote]<br>well, there are 2 reasons:_<br>1st, they offered a very well scholarship which I couldn't get the same from Canada or Australia. also.&nbsp;<br>2nd, Germany is a good market with high manpower demand.&nbsp;<br>but still, Germany are not offering immigration programs like Canada and Australia.&nbsp;
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Duncan

I don't understand why you don't aim for a state university in Germany which would be cheaper and allow you to improve your German language skills faster

I don't understand why you don't aim for a state university in Germany which would be cheaper and allow you to improve your German language skills faster
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Duncan

Language fluency is worth more than an MBA. 

Language fluency is worth more than an MBA.&nbsp;
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I don't understand why you don't aim for a state university in Germany which would be cheaper and allow you to improve your German language skills faster


certainly, they will need GMAT, IELTS, and GPA which I don't have. However, appreciate if you can share with me how to find such state universities which offer MBA with lower prices. 

moreover, IUBH claims that they are that are state recognized university since since 1999, is this has any value? 

[quote]I don't understand why you don't aim for a state university in Germany which would be cheaper and allow you to improve your German language skills faster [/quote]<br><br>certainly, they will need GMAT, IELTS, and GPA which I don't have. However, appreciate if you can share with me how to find such state universities which offer MBA with lower prices.&nbsp;<br><br>moreover, IUBH claims that they are that are state recognized university since since 1999, is this has any value?&nbsp;
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Duncan

Take a look at the DAAD.de website. 

There's not an important difference in the German market between a Freshers MBA and an MSc. However, state universities are generally better respected than private universities. One reason is fees: I never heard of anyone who paid the full fee at IUBH and most people seem to pay less than half. So, that seems like a very unusual pricing model. 

Take a look at the posts linked on my profe page about learning the local language and about Freshers MBAs. 

Take a look at the DAAD.de website.&nbsp;<br><br>There's not an important difference in the German market between a Freshers MBA and an MSc. However, state universities are generally better respected than private universities. One reason is fees: I never heard of anyone who paid the full fee at IUBH and most people seem to pay less than half. So, that seems like a very unusual pricing model.&nbsp;<br><br>Take a look at the posts linked on my profe page about learning the local language and about Freshers MBAs.&nbsp;
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Duncan

IUBH is a real university of applied science. However, it is not widely seen to have above average quality. Naturally, without the ability to work in German your options are limited. It would be better to apply for a free MSc taught in German, and then to use one or two semesters at the university's StudienKolleg to learn German to the required standard. 

IUBH is a real university of applied science. However, it is not widely seen to have above average quality. Naturally, without the ability to work in German your options are limited. It would be better to apply for a free MSc taught in German, and then to use one or two semesters at the university's StudienKolleg to learn German to the required standard.&nbsp;
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