Category: MBA (page 1 of 14)

Choosing an MBA: Aim as High as You can Reach

The MBA degree has long been considered as a ticket to success, a gilded highway to a high-flying international career and significantly higher income. Achieving these goals is guaranteed by a great variety of MBA programmes, not just the tiny list of top-ranked business schools. Read more

MBA in Canada – An insight

Canada is becoming the country of choice for MBA students from all parts of the world. More than 130,000 students come to study in Canada every year. A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is well-regarded in business, government and academic circles around the globe. Read more

What is a MiM & should you consider it over an MBA?

Shruti is a 24-year-old IT engineer with two years of automation testing experience. She wants to switch to a management role now. However, she’s confused. Should she go for an MBA or an MiM?

Abhay is a Manager- Corporate Finance at a leading business conglomerate. He has a work experience of almost 8 years but finds that he has hit the glass ceiling in terms of pay and promotion. He wants to scale up in a major way, but fears that he has been out of touch with studies for long. Should he go for an MBA or an MiM? Read more

The Complete Resume for a B-school application

Most universities ask for a résumé as a part of their application. This is especially true in case of business schools. The résumé is an opportunity for the applicant to showcase his or her academic profile, accomplishments and work experience in a simple format to the admissions officer. This helps the admissions officer assess the applicant’s merit amongst other students applying for its programs. The résumé also serves another purpose: business schools want to assess a candidate’s chances of employment after graduating from their program. Read more

Letter of recommendation for an MBA

Every MBA aspirant dreams of getting admission into the best B-school possible. So, what exactly is required to get a seat in a prestigious B-school such as Harvard, Wharton, INSEAD, Stanford, ISB or NUS? Admissions committees take into consideration GMAT score, past-academic record, work experience, essays, recommendation letters and interview while evaluating prospective applicants. Read more

Choosing the right B-school

You have prepared for GMAT, have got your score, and now, the next natural step for you is to shortlist universities. This can be a very tedious and confusing process and added to it, a lot would be at stake since it is going to be a very important decision that can make or mar your post MBA career. Very often, success, during and after an MBA, depends largely on the B-school you choose to attend. Read more

Job opportunities after an MBA

An MBA can turn out to be a very costly affair, in terms of the tuition fee, living costs and the fact that you’ll not be working for the duration of your MBA and hence it’s extremely important to understand the Post-MBA opportunities in terms of jobs, salary and the career growth. Read more

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