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JJP
Hi Everyone,
I am an Indian residing in UAE.I have almost 10 years of work exp. in reputed multinational IT companies, of which 4 years as Project Manager.I took a career break for almost 4 years to meet my personal commitements. Now that I plan to return back to work, I am also exploring options for taking up part time MBA course.Since this is going to be self-sponsored,finance part will be an important consideration.I would really appreciate advices, guidance......
Thanks
Hi Everyone,
I am an Indian residing in UAE.I have almost 10 years of work exp. in reputed multinational IT companies, of which 4 years as Project Manager.I took a career break for almost 4 years to meet my personal commitements. Now that I plan to return back to work, I am also exploring options for taking up part time MBA course.Since this is going to be self-sponsored,finance part will be an important consideration.I would really appreciate advices, guidance......
Thanks
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Duncan
What goals do you want the MBA to help you meet?

Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/board/28532

The SP Jain school's executive MBA is AED 58,800 - which is great value. There are plenty of British MBAs in the UAE as well.
What goals do you want the MBA to help you meet?

Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/board/28532

The SP Jain school's executive MBA is AED 58,800 - which is great value. There are plenty of British MBAs in the UAE as well.
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As you are an Indian its better for you to pursue your MBA from India as MBA education is good there and valued also, there are so many IT companies in India.
As you are an Indian its better for you to pursue your MBA from India as MBA education is good there and valued also, there are so many IT companies in India.

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JJP
Thanks, both of you.As I have to pursue a course in Dubai itself, I will definitely look at S P Jain.Based on other queries and answers that I saw on this site I have shortlisted Strathclyde and Bradford and have contacted them.
Thanks, both of you.As I have to pursue a course in Dubai itself, I will definitely look at S P Jain.Based on other queries and answers that I saw on this site I have shortlisted Strathclyde and Bradford and have contacted them.
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mba hipste...
As you are an Indian its better for you to pursue your MBA from India as MBA education is good there and valued also, there are so many IT companies in India.

He said that he was living in UAE, so I assume that's where he wants to stay. Even so, unless you can get into IIM-A's PGP-X or ISB's MBA program, an MBA from a Dubai program might be just as good. A lot of Indian companies, for example, recruit from SP Jain: Logica India, Kotak Mahindra, RAK Bank, etc.
<blockquote>As you are an Indian its better for you to pursue your MBA from India as MBA education is good there and valued also, there are so many IT companies in India.</blockquote>
He said that he was living in UAE, so I assume that's where he wants to stay. Even so, unless you can get into IIM-A's PGP-X or ISB's MBA program, an MBA from a Dubai program might be just as good. A lot of Indian companies, for example, recruit from SP Jain: Logica India, Kotak Mahindra, RAK Bank, etc.
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