MBA Otago


dinu

oh thank u chinaun, is there good scope for management studies over there because i heared NZ's MBA is not that much value as UK degree...thats y i m asking...

oh thank u chinaun, is there good scope for management studies over there because i heared NZ's MBA is not that much value as UK degree...thats y i m asking...
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abhayagg

Hey, I would like to explore opportunities for MBA in New Zealand.

I have little work experience(more like internships of combined duration of 7.5 months).

I noticed the Otago accepts graduates without experience, is that true??...sounds to good to be true.

Are they any other options for a graduate without experience??

Thank you.

Hey, I would like to explore opportunities for MBA in New Zealand.

I have little work experience(more like internships of combined duration of 7.5 months).

I noticed the Otago accepts graduates without experience, is that true??...sounds to good to be true.

Are they any other options for a graduate without experience??

Thank you.
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sapphi

Hi there, my best advice when considering The Otago MBA would be to check out their website www.otagomba.com. Their admissions process is really simple; all you have to do is send through an email with your CV attached to their Recruitment Manager Sarah Bell and she will help you through the rest; indeed sometimes they do allow participants with minimal work experience; it's all about what you can offer the programme.
Best of luck,
_c

Hi there, my best advice when considering The Otago MBA would be to check out their website <a href="http://www.otagomba.com">www.otagomba.com</a>. Their admissions process is really simple; all you have to do is send through an email with your CV attached to their Recruitment Manager Sarah Bell and she will help you through the rest; indeed sometimes they do allow participants with minimal work experience; it's all about what you can offer the programme.
Best of luck,
_c
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Hi this Sanjeev from INDIA.

i am looking to pursue the MBA from Otago Univ. at NZ. i tried the above link and it not working.

i have completed Balechor of Technology(B.Tech) in Industrial Biotechnology from ANNA University,Chennai,Tamil Nadu,INDIA.

i do have 30 months of work experince with Finanical Services gaint CITIGROUP as my client.

can anyone help the me in getting the information about scholarships and the admission process in detail for Otago Univ. MBA program?

Hi this Sanjeev from INDIA.

i am looking to pursue the MBA from Otago Univ. at NZ. i tried the above link and it not working.

i have completed Balechor of Technology(B.Tech) in Industrial Biotechnology from ANNA University,Chennai,Tamil Nadu,INDIA.

i do have 30 months of work experince with Finanical Services gaint CITIGROUP as my client.

can anyone help the me in getting the information about scholarships and the admission process in detail for Otago Univ. MBA program?
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manny

Hi sanjeev ,
The url mentioned above is working fine.
Anyway here's the link for Otago MBA admission page.
http://www.otagomba.co.nz/mba09/mba-admission.html

Best of luck.

Hi sanjeev ,
The url mentioned above is working fine.
Anyway here's the link for Otago MBA admission page.
http://www.otagomba.co.nz/mba09/mba-admission.html

Best of luck.
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papanash

hi this is pradeep ilik to do my MBA in otago but i need the full informations about the fees and about the hostel fees and iam belong to india

hi this is pradeep ilik to do my MBA in otago but i need the full informations about the fees and about the hostel fees and iam belong to india
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sapphi

Hi Papanash,

All the information you are looking for are on their website; Otago MBA Website check under the 'support' heading - it has some helpful information on living expenses.

_c

Hi Papanash,

All the information you are looking for are on their website; <a href="http://www.otagomba.co.nz/">Otago MBA Website</a> check under the 'support' heading - it has some helpful information on living expenses.

_c
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manny

Hi there...would like to know if there are any scholarships/fundings available, which might aid me in financing my mba...

Hi there...would like to know if there are any scholarships/fundings available, which might aid me in financing my mba...
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sapphi

Hi Manny,

The Otago MBA are very eager to encourage diversity into their class room, and because of this they work closely with NZAID and are happy to assist candidate wherever possible to source funding. Below is some additional information.

NZAID
Education is of critical importance to NZAID?s aim of achieving a safe and just world free of poverty. As part of its education strategy, NZAID provides scholarships to citizens? of some developing countries to undertake tertiary level study in New Zealand.

General Scholarships
To assist in studying in New Zealand the University of Otago has a very strong relationship with BreakOut, New Zealand?s primary source of funding information for students. BreakOut holds details of over 2,200 funding schemes. It provides a searchable database that will give you the best matches of scholarships, awards and grants you are eligible for in terms of criteria, level of study and discipline along with closing dates, application requirements and contact details.

Additionally, there are scholarships available through the QS World MBA Tour (if you met them at one of these events) and the New Zealand Vice Chancellor?s Committee (NZVCC) for more information follow the links to their websites.

Good Luck
_c

Hi Manny,

The Otago MBA are very eager to encourage diversity into their class room, and because of this they work closely with <a href="http://www.nzaid.govt.nz/scholarships/">NZAID</a> and are happy to assist candidate wherever possible to source funding. Below is some additional information.

<a href="http://www.nzaid.govt.nz/scholarships/">NZAID</a>
Education is of critical importance to NZAID?s aim of achieving a safe and just world free of poverty. As part of its education strategy, NZAID provides scholarships to citizens? of some developing countries to undertake tertiary level study in New Zealand.

General Scholarships
To assist in studying in New Zealand the University of Otago has a very strong relationship with <a href="http://www.fis.org.nz/index.php?page=BreakOut">BreakOut</a>, New Zealand?s primary source of funding information for students. <a href="http://www.fis.org.nz/index.php?page=BreakOut">BreakOut</a> holds details of over 2,200 funding schemes. It provides a searchable database that will give you the best matches of scholarships, awards and grants you are eligible for in terms of criteria, level of study and discipline along with closing dates, application requirements and contact details.

Additionally, there are scholarships available through the <a href="http://www.topmba.com/finance/apply-mba-scholarships">QS World MBA Tour</a> (if you met them at one of these events) and the <a href="http://www.nzvcc.ac.nz/scholarships">New Zealand Vice Chancellor?s Committee (NZVCC)</a> for more information follow the links to their websites.

Good Luck
_c
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manny

Hey Sapphi
Thanks for the info...

Hey Sapphi
Thanks for the info...
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Mitch Zhu

One the important things people are easy to forget is that the Otago MBA fosters the spirit of entrepreneur. Being a small country, and a small city, this spirit is more important and become a unique asset for the Otago MBA to be successful. One the best example is Graeme Hart, the world top 101 richest business man. A Kiwi Otago MBA who talk less but do loudly?

RICH PICKINGS: The richest ANZAC ->
Hart Beats the Aussies ->
Graeme Hart ->

One the important things people are easy to forget is that the Otago MBA fosters the spirit of entrepreneur. Being a small country, and a small city, this spirit is more important and become a unique asset for the Otago MBA to be successful. One the best example is Graeme Hart, the world top 101 richest business man. A Kiwi Otago MBA who talk less but do loudly?

RICH PICKINGS: The richest ANZAC ->
Hart Beats the Aussies ->
Graeme Hart ->
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Hello People,
Thank you for all the information provided on Otago Univ. After reading through all the posts, am, seriously considering my application to Otago Univ. Thank you Manny for the link.

I also wanted to know, which of the universities are better AUT / UoA or Victoria Univ. I, gathered info about all the univs. and found out that UoA does not have a full time MBA program for international students. Further, Victoria batch for 2010 is over. Accordingly, my first choice came to AUT, which offers 6 intakes in a year and the electives are diversified, which suits my needs. What i wanted to ask, is AUT a good univ.?, in terms of job placement and industry relations. Ranking status of AUT is low compared to UoA: what difference would it make in getting a placement and subsequent settlement. As of now i am planning for the oct 2010 intake of AUT. I, am from India and currently resident at Dubai and i am from aviation sector.

Hello People,
Thank you for all the information provided on Otago Univ. After reading through all the posts, am, seriously considering my application to Otago Univ. Thank you Manny for the link.

I also wanted to know, which of the universities are better AUT / UoA or Victoria Univ. I, gathered info about all the univs. and found out that UoA does not have a full time MBA program for international students. Further, Victoria batch for 2010 is over. Accordingly, my first choice came to AUT, which offers 6 intakes in a year and the electives are diversified, which suits my needs. What i wanted to ask, is AUT a good univ.?, in terms of job placement and industry relations. Ranking status of AUT is low compared to UoA: what difference would it make in getting a placement and subsequent settlement. As of now i am planning for the oct 2010 intake of AUT. I, am from India and currently resident at Dubai and i am from aviation sector.
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natchiram

Hi All,

How good is AIS(Auckland Insititute of Studies)? Can any one provide some information on this Business School?

Thanks,
Ram

Hi All,

How good is AIS(Auckland Insititute of Studies)? Can any one provide some information on this Business School?

Thanks,
Ram
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Anyway here's the link for Otago MBA admission page. http://www.otagomba.co.nz/mba09/mba-admission.html

This link has been updated to http://www.otagomba.com/apply_now

<blockquote>Anyway here's the link for Otago MBA admission page. http://www.otagomba.co.nz/mba09/mba-admission.html
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This link has been updated to http://www.otagomba.com/apply_now
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Hi Guys,

How is the university's attitude towards providing scholarships. Have you or do you know anyone who has been admitted there with some scholarship.

Hi Guys,

How is the university's attitude towards providing scholarships. Have you or do you know anyone who has been admitted there with some scholarship.



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ezra

I know that they have merit-based "Dean" scholarships that are fairly competitive - but can provide up to $20k NZD. The generally require you to score at least 650 on your GMAT and/or an "A" undergraduate GPA average.

Other than that, they have specialized funds for women and students with families, among some others - although if you get one of these grants, you'd be ineligible for the Dean scholarships.

Check with the school for more info.

Hi Guys,

How is the university's attitude towards providing scholarships. Have you or do you know anyone who has been admitted there with some scholarship.


I know that they have merit-based "Dean" scholarships that are fairly competitive - but can provide up to $20k NZD. The generally require you to score at least 650 on your GMAT and/or an "A" undergraduate GPA average.

Other than that, they have specialized funds for women and students with families, among some others - although if you get one of these grants, you'd be ineligible for the Dean scholarships.

Check with the school for more info.

<blockquote>Hi Guys,

How is the university's attitude towards providing scholarships. Have you or do you know anyone who has been admitted there with some scholarship.



</blockquote>
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