Can you suggest me which college will be good?


msmkhana
I have passed out good percentage in CAT entrance exam and I knew that eligible to get study in IIM but the problem is my budget. MY father suggest two college SBM and(Metropolitan School of Management). But I am totally confused to take decision. I don?t have sufficient knowledge about SBM but few of my friends are studying in MSM. They already gone foreign trip and they are suggesting to study my MBA in Metropolitan School of Management.


So what is your suggestion
I have passed out good percentage in CAT entrance exam and I knew that eligible to get study in IIM but the problem is my budget. MY father suggest two college SBM and(Metropolitan School of Management). But I am totally confused to take decision. I don?t have sufficient knowledge about SBM but few of my friends are studying in MSM. They already gone foreign trip and they are suggesting to study my MBA in Metropolitan School of Management.


So what is your suggestion
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Duncan
Here's a good ranking of school: http://www.mbauniverse.com/BSchoolRanking2011/mba-rankings-comparative-business-school-rankings.php

Get into the best school you can. While the IIM schools are expensive, the return on investment is exceptionally good. It will be the best investment you ever make.
Here's a good ranking of school: http://www.mbauniverse.com/BSchoolRanking2011/mba-rankings-comparative-business-school-rankings.php

Get into the best school you can. While the IIM schools are expensive, the return on investment is exceptionally good. It will be the best investment you ever make.
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mba hipste...
I would only really consider the IIMs or ISB for your best return on investment. A case could be made for other internationally-accredited schools in India, such as SP Jain, MDI, or TA Pei Management Institute, if you're having budget issues.

Personally, I wouldn't consider a school not accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS. If you do though, I'd be very critical about placements: talk to somebody at these programs to ask about recruiters and if they have any statistics about post-graduation employment. It may be that not having an MBA at all would be a better decision than something that will not pay off in the long-term.
I would only really consider the IIMs or ISB for your best return on investment. A case could be made for other internationally-accredited schools in India, such as SP Jain, MDI, or TA Pei Management Institute, if you're having budget issues.

Personally, I wouldn't consider a school not accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS. If you do though, I'd be very critical about placements: talk to somebody at these programs to ask about recruiters and if they have any statistics about post-graduation employment. It may be that not having an MBA at all would be a better decision than something that will not pay off in the long-term.
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msmkhana
Hi mba hipster, thanks for replying. I've seen ISB ad in some places, also one of my friend is studying there. But my parent want to do degree in Metropolitan School of Management.

Do you have any idea about Metropolitan School of Management?
Hi mba hipster, thanks for replying. I've seen ISB ad in some places, also one of my friend is studying there. But my parent want to do degree in Metropolitan School of Management.

Do you have any idea about Metropolitan School of Management?
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Duncan
That's not a great school. Show your parents http://www.mbauniverse.com/BSchoolRanking2011/mba-rankings-comparative-business-school-rankings.php and click on the tab ranked 'Output Score'. That compares the outcomes from different schools: 80% of what matters is the quality of placement you get after your degree, and that's what those output data show.

Metropolitan didn't make it on to the list. I can't see why your parents would want you to go there if you were able to gain admittance to one of these better schools, where you'll get a much better educational, alumni network and job.
That's not a great school. Show your parents http://www.mbauniverse.com/BSchoolRanking2011/mba-rankings-comparative-business-school-rankings.php and click on the tab ranked 'Output Score'. That compares the outcomes from different schools: 80% of what matters is the quality of placement you get after your degree, and that's what those output data show.

Metropolitan didn't make it on to the list. I can't see why your parents would want you to go there if you were able to gain admittance to one of these better schools, where you'll get a much better educational, alumni network and job.
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amydecia
I have passed out good percentage in CAT entrance exam and I knew that eligible to get study in IIM but the problem is my budget. MY father suggest two college SBM and(Metropolitan School of Management). But I am totally confused to take decision. I don?t have sufficient knowledge about SBM but few of my friends are studying in MSM. They already gone foreign trip and they are suggesting to study my MBA in Metropolitan School of Management.


So what is your suggestion


If your friends refer Metropolitan School of Management then i think it says absolutely right because they know that MSM study is better because they all are studying in it..So mine suggestion you should go for MSM..
<blockquote>I have passed out good percentage in CAT entrance exam and I knew that eligible to get study in IIM but the problem is my budget. MY father suggest two college SBM and(Metropolitan School of Management). But I am totally confused to take decision. I don?t have sufficient knowledge about SBM but few of my friends are studying in MSM. They already gone foreign trip and they are suggesting to study my MBA in Metropolitan School of Management.


So what is your suggestion </blockquote>

If your friends refer Metropolitan School of Management then i think it says absolutely right because they know that MSM study is better because they all are studying in it..So mine suggestion you should go for MSM..
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Duncan
That makes no sense at all. Almost everyone at any school will defend their choice as being the right one, even the terrible ones. People who study at MSM are, by definition, not studying at other schools or able to easily compare their experiences with better schools.

The opportunity here is to *compare* schools meaningfully. The most meaningful outcome, in my opinion, is what the salaries and professional outcomes are, not whether students currently attending think they made the right choice.
That makes no sense at all. Almost everyone at any school will defend their choice as being the right one, even the terrible ones. People who study at MSM are, by definition, not studying at other schools or able to easily compare their experiences with better schools.

The opportunity here is to *compare* schools meaningfully. The most meaningful outcome, in my opinion, is what the salaries and professional outcomes are, not whether students currently attending think they made the right choice.
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