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I am 23 years old and will receive my "Berufsakademie-degree" this summer. What I would like to know is if there is a generel opportunity to start a master without FH- or university- diplom? ("Berufsakademie" is a combination between studying economics half a year and working in a company for the rest of the year.)
I am 23 years old and will receive my "Berufsakademie-degree" this summer. What I would like to know is if there is a generel opportunity to start a master without FH- or university- diplom? ("Berufsakademie" is a combination between studying economics half a year and working in a company for the rest of the year.)Answer of University of Oxford

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Thank you for your e-mail. To be considered for a place on the Oxford MBA, candidates must be able to demonstrate the following:Intellectual ability:
A good undergraduate degree or equivalent (German Diplom) is required. Applicants who do not hold such a qualification may be considered, if they have a very strong employment record which demonstrates a high degree of responsibility.
All candidates are required to take the GMAT test. Our class average is 672. A high score does not guarantee a place, nor does a lower score automatically disqualify your application. However, as several of the programme's core courses require a high level of quantitative and analytical skills, we do look for evidence of these in GMAT results.Professional experience and management potential:
Oxford MBA students on average have 5-6 years work experience. An important component of the programme's success is the contribution made from such diverse work experience. We may consider students with less than three years experience, who are able to demonstrate a high level of maturity and combined with evidence of leadership ability.
Team skills:
The ability to work effectively in multi cultural groups is a key component of the MBA programme, and is specifically assessed through two team projects, the New Business Development, and Summer Business Projects. We are therefore looking for candidates who can effectively demonstrate their willingness to be effective team players.
International exposure:
The Oxford MBA class is highly international with 32 nationalities representing the current class of 118 students. A high proportion have already studied or worked outside their native country, and most speak more than two languages. We seek students who are culturally sensitive and actively want international exposure.
Ability to contribute to the Oxford MBA experience:
We seek students who will actively contribute to the programme by sharing their views, experiences, and skills. We look for maturity, a high degree of motivation, and strong interpersonal and communication skills.
English language ability:
The programme is taught in English. Candidates for whom English is not their first language are required to take either the TOEFL (minimum 600) or IELTs test.
3. The Oxford MBA programme is an intensive 12 month course.4. Current fees are:
Course fee - £19 600
College fee - £2 000
Books - £500
Laptop - £2 000
Living expenses - £8 000
5. The ratio of applicants to student is 4:1.6. We do not have student nationality quotas. The natural breakdown for the class is usually 30% North America, 30% UK/Europe/non EU, 30% Asia, 10% rest of the world - approximately.I hope that this is helpful. Please contact me, or visit <www.sbs.ox.ac.ukif you have any further queries.Best wishes
Alison Owen
Answer of Ashridge Business SchoolThank you for expressing an interest in our MBA Programme.
Ashridge offers an executive MBA open to practising managers with a minimum of five years business experience. Should you decide to delay your MBA studies, we will be pleased to hear from you again in the future.
Doris Boyle
MBA Admissions Manager
Answer of Manchester Business SchoolDearUnfortunately you would need a degree and at least three years relevant work experience in order to meet the admissions requirements for the Manchester Business School MBA.Kind Regards
Kate Bradley
Answer of The Open University Business SchoolDear Sir or Madam,As the qualification you are about to finalise is not a university degree, at least as far as I can make out, do correct me if I am wrong, you will not be able to sign on to the Open University Business School MBA immediately. Other relevant entry requirements for the programme are that you need to be 27 years old and have 5 years of work/management related experience.From previous responses to queries you will have seen that the Open University also offers an 'open access' route into it's MBA through the Professional Certificate in Management (1 year) and then the Professional Diploma in Management (a further year). If there is sufficient overlap between the subjects you have already studied, providing they are at the right level, and those in the Certificate or Diploma you may be able to get exemptions from certain modules or even start directly at the Diploma stage.Very best wishesTony Anthoni
Masters Programme Manager
Answer of University of CambridgeThank you for your interest.I am afraid we do not accept this degree as the basis for completing an MBA. We also require a minimum of 2 years work experience post degree.Louise Freckelton
Judge Institute of Management
Answer of CranfieldThe Berufsakademie-degree is not considered to be equivalent to a UK bachelor's degree. To be considered for the Cranfield MBA, therefore, you would need to complete about five years' work experience, rather than the normal minimum requirement of three years.Maureen Williams (Mrs)
Senior Marketing Executive
Answer of Warwick Business SchoolDear EnquirerThe general requirement for a Warwick MBA (and our other Masters degrees) is to have a good Honours degree or equivalent; in other words, a University Diplom. However, there are some circumstances when the 'Diplom' requirement could be waived, such as excellent career progression over a period of 4 or 5 years.Regards, Diana Holton
Asst. Comms. Manager
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