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My question would be if a Bachelor degree from a German "Fachhochschule" would be accepted as a "real" degree?!
Hello!Currently I am studying at the University of Applied Sciences in Nuremberg, participating in the International Business Programme. After six semesters (including one internship semester) we have the possibility to get a Bachelor of International Business. My question would be if a Bachelor degree from a German "Fachhochschule" would be accepted as a "real" degree?! I am aware of the fact that three years of working experience are requested.

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Answer from Cranfield:I have checked with my colleagues in Admissions, and provided your qualification is a German batchelor degree, we would accept it.Best wishes
Joanne Thompson
MBA Marketing Administrator
Answer from Ashridge:The degree would be accepted however our entry criteria requires that you have at least five years business experience.RegardsAnswer from London Budiness School:Hi,We look at all qualifications and judge people on the whole all round application. Every year, we have one or teo students without degrees - but with exceptional work experience and a good GMAT.Thank you
David Simpson
Senior Manager, MBA Marketing & Admissions
Answer from Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge:Hello,Thank you for your question. We have taken students from 'Fachhochschule' programmes. What we look for from these candidates is very good university grades, very good work experience and also a strong and balancesd GMAT score.Good luck
Answer from Said Business School:Hi, thanks for your e-mail. Yes, we would be happy to consider an application from you.Best wishes
Answer from Manchester Business School:Thanks for your email.We would accept a Fachhochschuldiplom (FH) If the overall mark was ?Gut?.I hope this answers your question.Kind regards
Kate Bradley
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