A. Well, you must be wondering what is special about Don Bosco School of Management that makes it exceptional from other management schools. So, here are the top 5 reasons –
Don Bosco School of Management, Bangalore offers an M.Sc. programme, a 2-year learning journey into the world of Big Data and Business Analytics. The programme leverages 4 semesters, two in India and two at FOM University of Applied Sciences for Economics and Management, at Essen Campus, Germany.
The programme provides candidates with domain-specific knowledge regarding data science and business analytics through data-driven decision-making.
A. Students will study the first year at DBSOM Bangalore, India campus and 2nd year in FOM University campus in Essen, Germany.
A. Click on the link https://dbsom.in/app-form/ and fill in the form to apply for the course.
A. The last date of application for the upcoming batch is May 2020. (https://dbsom.in/masters-big-data-business-analytics.php)
A. 40 – 60 students
A. There are two academic intake sessions in a year, i.e. the first one in April/May and the second one is October/ November.
A. Germany can be easily considered as the ideal destination for all the international students
A. This is a very common query which can be raised by any international student before stepping into Germany. But it is a misconception that a student cannot stay in Germany without the knowledge of the local language. While 95% population in the country speak in German (Deutsch), the language barrier is not a big problem there because the country is a part of the European Union and the entire population has a mix of various global cultures.
A. It is not compulsory to learn the German language as the medium of instruction in most of the German institutes and universities is English. Although German is the third most spoken foreign language in the world. But we, at DBSOM, provide German language training to our students – A1 and A2 levels for their proficiency.
A. The total fee to be paid for this programme is INR 24 Lacs. Do check our website (https://dbsom.in/masters-big-data-business-analytics.php) for more information.
A. If you are not able to pay the fees by yourself, then you can take an education loan to finance your study. In that case, we have a dedicated loan department to assist you.
A. Yes, you can pay in installments. The decision may change as per the college policy.
A. Yes, you can do an internship or part-time job during your study tenure.
A. You can earn around INR 64,000 /- per month.
A. From January 2020, the annual requirement of the amount that must be paid into the blocked account when applying for a visa will become to 10,236 euros. This increased amount applies to all the German visa applications submitted from September 1, 2019, onwards
Opening a blocked bank account in Germany is easy. One just needs to follow these steps below --
The list of required documents to open a blocked account may vary depending on the bank you choose. However, you will need these following documents to open a blocked account in Germany:
DBSOM will help the student to complete the entire process.
A. The time it takes to open a blocked account depends on a few factors such as your nationality, the workflow of the German embassy in your country, your paperwork, etc. If everything goes well, your blocked account should be ready within a week from the day you submit your application.
A. A. Once you settle at the registered address in Germany, you can withdraw money from your blocked amount. However, you won’t have direct access to the amount of your blocked account in Germany. The only way you can withdraw your money is by opening an international student bank account in Germany where your blocked money will be transferred every month.
A. If your visa application is rejected by the German embassy, you will get a refund. Contact personally the blocked account provider or the German consulate in your country and they will tell you what you need to submit in order to get your money back. However, that transfer fees will not be refunded.
A. Yes, you need a Schengen visa.
A. There are four types of German visas that may be issued from the German consulate based upon the students’ study levels and degrees. The list of variants is given in the following.
However, A Type D National visa can be converted into a residence permit after entry into Germany.
A. It is advisable to contact the German Embassy or Consulate General in your country of residence to find out what documents are required. Generally, you will have to submit the following:
A. It is covered in the course fee (but only for the first attempt).
A. The German student visa application process can be a tedious process for many international students. But the best part is Don Bosco School of Management entirely takes care of the students’ visa.
A. It takes 4 to 8 weeks for your German student visa application to be processed. The processing time varies depending on the country and the German embassy you apply at.
A. Upon the course completion, FOM University provides placement assistance to the students through myFOM portal, job fair, workshops etc. section]
A. The institute is visited by numerous companies for recruitments. The average and highest salaries offered by these companies to the students of DBSOM are in between INR 28 Lakhs and 38 Lakhs respectively.
A. Here is the list of job roles you can land upon the course completion – Business Analyst, Functional Analyst, Data Engineer, Data Scientist, Data Analyst, Solution Architect, Finance & Risk Analytics Manager, Analytics Manager, Infrastructure Manager, Project Manager.
A. Don Bosco School of Management offers placement assistance to its students in the focus areas across industries. The Institute has tie-ups with reputed organisations across industries who visit the campus for recruitments. The students also are exposed to various workshops, career fairs, and industrial visits during their tenure. DBSOM has collaborated with many international institutes and universities like FOM University, Germany; Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Frankfurt; Nagasaki Wesleyan University, Japan. The universities help the students by providing them with components that help them get through the placement process. The students get opportunities to earn through internships and part-time jobs as well.