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I reconized that Its gonna be hard to join a MBA programm while im still studying business in germany and reached only the small diploma untill now, but anyway..Im just lookin further for any kind of possibility to go on with my studies in great britain. So may you could give me some advice about that.
Dear Sirs,I reconized that Its gonna be hard to join a MBA programm while im still studying business in germany and reached only the small diploma untill now, but anyway..Im just lookin further for any kind of possibility to go on with my studies in great britain. So may you could give me some advice about that.

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Answer from London Business School:Thanks for the message. We do require at least 2-3 years work experience after your Diplom or VorDiplom. Our average student age is 28, with 5-6 years experience.David SimpsonAnswer from Cranfield Business School:Can I suggest that you visit the web site of the British Council in Germany? You will find information about studying in the UK, together with links to courses offered throughout the UK. The British Council also have info points in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Leipzig and Munich.Maureen WilliamsAnswer from Manchester Business School:DearI have attached a copy of our admissions requirements for the MBA Programme. If you have no work experience but are keen to study straight away we also offer various MSc programmes which do not require any previous work experience but do require a relevant degree.These programmes include an MSc Finance, an MSc Accounting and finance and an MBus Global Business Analysis.For more information please contact the programme administrator, Ms Laura Clarke, lclarke@man.mbs.ac.uk.Kind Regards
Kate Bradley
Answer from Ashridge Business School:Thank you for expressing an interest in Ashridge. We offer only Executive MBAs at Ashridge open to those practising managers with a minimum of five years business experience.Answer from Warwick Business School:Dear EnquirerIf you are interested in taking a good MBA in the UK, be prepared to wait until you have the necessary work experience, and also be prepared to study at an accredited business school, as this will mean far more in the long term to your post-MBA employers!If you are keen to study in the UK before you have gained much work experience, there are of course many 'Specialist Masters' courses to choose from, depending on what your subject interests are. Browsing through websites of UK universities in the areas you might like to live in would give you an idea of what is available, and what fees are involved.Remember that a worthwhile Specialist Masters course should be able to give you information on what happens to their graduates after completing their degree, for example, the percentage who find employment within 3 months, and what areas of employment and levels of salary they find post-graduation, etc.By starting this sort of research while still studying in Germany, you will be able to build up a picture of the range of programmes you may be interested in, and which will pay dividends for your long-term career plans.All best wishes!
Diana Holton
Answer from University of Oxford, Said Business SchoolDear Enquirer,Thank you for your e-mail. I am pleased to give further details of our MBA Programme.To obtain the most complete and up to date information on the Oxford MBA programme and application procedures, please refer to our website at www.sbs.ox.ac.uk. I can confirm that the 2003-2004 admissions will be structured in stages and we will process applications received on one of four different deadlines. These deadlines are: 1st November 2002, 10th January 2003, 14th March 2003 and 16th May 2003.There is a downloadable brochure on our website. The link is: http://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/html/mba_structure.asp. There are also details of the MBA course, including the entry requirements, in this email.Should you wish to apply, I have attached a Word copy of the application form which you can fill out and return to us by post or email. You can also apply online.The Oxford MBA is a one year full-time, very intensive and challenging course, which starts in October of each year. The University of Oxford, Said Business School Oxford MBA is a very general course with a strong entrepreneurial and financial side. We do not offer specialisation on any subject, however the students have the choice of four electives in the third term of the programme.The Said Business School does not offer any part-time, distance learning, or joint MBA courses. There will, however, be a new Executive MBA course being offered and the first students will begin their studies in January 2004. Please refer to the website www.sbs.ox.ac.uk for further details. As the Oxford MBA is a very young programme it does not have any association with other Universities in England or around the world, and therefore we do not accept or offer any programme transfers or joint courses.For information on other postgraduate courses offered by the University of Oxford, please, contact the Graduate Admissions at: graduate.admissions@admin.ox.ac.ukI can confirm that the tuition fee for the 2003-2004 Oxford MBA programme will be £21,000.00 sterling, and the application processing fee to be sent with the application will be £120.00 sterling.For scholarships and financial assistance, please refer to our website (as above), or to the University of Oxford website at www.ox.ac.uk or more specifically, www.admin.ox.ac.uk/io/scholinfo.htmThe entry requirements for the University of Oxford MBA programmes are as follows:- a good undergraduate degree or equivalent. Applicants who do not hold such a qualification may be considered if they have a very strong employment record demonstrating a high degree of responsibility.- for non-native English speakers, proven proficiency through the international English Language Test Scheme (IELTS) or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)- all candidates are required to take the GMAT test (This is a mandatory requirement for all applicants regardless of their academic or professional background). A high score does not guarantee a place, nor does a lower score automatically disqualify your application. For information our current students have a GMAT average of 690 and our 2001-2002 class average was 672. For more information on how to arrange to take the GMAT test, please refer to the following website: www.gmac.com- two references to be submitted on the reference forms- written work for assessment as outline in the guidance notes and on the application form.- details of work experience (most of our students have three years' work experience or more; we do consider those with less work experience who are able to demonstrate a high level of maturity, combined with evidence of leadership ability)- three passport size photographs- official copy of degree transcripts/certificates- £120.00 sterling towards application processing feeIf you feel you meet the above entry requirements, we would be delighted to receive an application from you. Please note that we are unable to give further indication with regards to your suitability for entry to the Oxford MBA without receiving a completed application from you.I hope this information is of assistance to you.Yours sincerely
Ginny Madeley
MBA Admissions Assistant
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