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I am apllying for a bachelor programm in Germany. The programm consists of two year in Germany and the final year will be at the Anglia Polytechnic University in Cambridge. The bachelor degree I will obtain is "BA(Hons)International Management". After three or four years of work experience what are the chances, in terms of the reputation of the University that I will be accepted at your School?
To whom it may concern,
I am apllying for a bachelor programm in Germany. The programm consists of two year in Germany and the final year will be at the Anglia Polytechnic University in Cambridge. The bachelor degree I will obtain is "BA(Hons)International Management". After three or four years of work experience what are the chances, in terms of the reputation of the University that I will be accepted at your School? Thank you very much in advance for your answer.

T. Klinkermann


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Answer Manchester Business School:

Dear

we require a minimum of three years postgraduate work experience, to include management experience and evidence of career progression.

Kind Regards
Kate Bradley

Answer from Warwick:

For the Warwick MBA, we normally require applicants to have a good undergraduate degree or equivalent. It makes no difference at which University you studied, and so your qualification will be acceptable. However, we do look for a minimum of 3 years work experience (4 years for our executive programmes).

Best wishes
Rachel Killian

Answer from Cambridge:

It is possible. APU is a good Polytechnical University. You will increase your chances of admission by getting excellent academic results. That then needs to be complemented by excellent work experience and career progression

Enjoy Cambridge

Louise

Answer from Said Business School:

Dear Mr Klinkermann

Thank you for your e-mail. Without seeing your completed application, we are not able to guess your suitability. Please visit www.sbs.ox.ac.uk for detailed criteria. Thank you.

Yours sincerely
Alison Owen

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