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I have not given my GMAT as I am not prepared for it, got an offer of admission for MBA from the following Australian university.
Deakin
Griffith
Please suggest me, is this is good option? and is Australia MBA is better option for PR in future?.
Thanks is advance

Jennifer

I have not given my GMAT as I am not prepared for it, got an offer of admission for MBA from the following Australian university.
Deakin
Griffith
Please suggest me, is this is good option? and is Australia MBA is better option for PR in future?.
Thanks is advance

Jennifer
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Duncan

Take a look at https://find-mba.com/board/gmat/why-you-should-take-the-gmat-33542 

Take a look at https://find-mba.com/board/gmat/why-you-should-take-the-gmat-33542 
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Dear Duncan,Thanks for your prompt reply; I understand the importance of GMAT, but universities that require GMAT and accredited with AACSB/AMBA need 3-4 years of experience, whereas I want to pursue MBA now.. Please help me in suggesting whether Australia is good for MBA and whether getting a PR status for MBA student is not difficult. Regards   

Dear Duncan,<div>Thanks for your prompt reply; I understand the importance of GMAT, but universities that require GMAT and accredited with AACSB/AMBA need 3-4 years of experience, whereas I want to pursue MBA now.. Please help me in suggesting whether Australia is good for MBA and whether getting a PR status for MBA student is not difficult. Regards&nbsp; &nbsp;</div>
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PR is Australia solely depends on the points you accumulate with your entire portfolio.That being said, doing an MBA or any masters in Australia, will give you additional points towards your PR. However, the prior experience of the candidate will go a long way in determining their profile strength. The current PR situation requires one to have at least 90-95 points encompassing all the different areas such as education, experience, language skills, and the skills assessment.
Australia has only a few excellent business schools which are evident from the fact that not many make the cut for the FT rankings.
My suggestion - If PR is your aim, then work on improving the basic requirements such as IELTS/PTE scores and CCL language exams, rather than investing in a 2 year-long MBA without GMAT. Check the current MLTSSL, SOL lists for more clarity towards the occupation/role after MBA, and determine if they have these roles listed.

[Edited by Smith Dsouza on May 05, 2020]

PR is Australia solely depends on the points you accumulate with your entire portfolio.<div>That being said, doing an MBA or any masters in Australia, will give you additional points towards your PR. However, the prior experience of the candidate will go a long way in determining their profile strength. The current PR situation requires one to have at least 90-95 points encompassing all the different areas such as education, experience, language skills, and the skills assessment.</div><div><br></div><div>Australia has only a few excellent business schools which are evident from the fact that not many make the cut for the FT rankings.</div><div><br></div><div>My suggestion - If PR is your aim, then work on improving the basic requirements such as IELTS/PTE scores and CCL language exams, rather than investing in a 2 year-long MBA without GMAT.&nbsp;</div><div>Check the current MLTSSL, SOL lists for more clarity towards the occupation/role after MBA, and determine if they have these roles listed.</div>
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mba hipste...

Yes, agreed. If relocating to Australia is your goal, do an MBA at a better school, one that is preferably ranked, so that you have a better network and better careers support. 
If you don't have 3-4 years of work experience, though, it might be instead worth it to consider a Master's in Management program from a ranked school. Melbourne for example has a 2-year MiM program that's an excellent pathway for international students who want to work in Australia. 

Yes, agreed. If relocating to Australia is your goal, do an MBA at a better school, one that is preferably ranked, so that you have a better network and better careers support.&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>If you don't have 3-4 years of work experience, though, it might be instead worth it to consider a Master's in Management program from a ranked school. Melbourne for example has a 2-year MiM program that's an excellent pathway for international students who want to work in Australia.&nbsp;</div>
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Thanks MBA Hipster for your suggestion and will see if admission is now open for MIM (hope it is master of international Managment). However I seen here @ Find_MBA, Deakin has been ranked as 7 position in Australia as compared to Adelaide and RMIT at 7 and 11 position. BTW appreciate your time and and thanks again for valuable suggestions.

[Edited by Rajive Tyagi on May 06, 2020]

Thanks MBA Hipster for your suggestion and will see if admission is now open for MIM (hope it is master of international Managment). However I seen here @ Find_MBA, Deakin has been ranked as 7 position in Australia as compared to Adelaide and RMIT at 7 and 11 position. BTW appreciate your time and and thanks again for valuable suggestions.<div><div><br></div><div><br></div></div>
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Duncan

Find MBA ranks schools according to the number of page views. That's not a very useful metric.

Find MBA ranks schools according to the number of page views. That's not a very useful metric.
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Duncan

For example, it ranks USC above Harvard. 

For example, it ranks USC above Harvard.&nbsp;
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Would you please suggest me good school for MiM in Australia or canada in order of ranking? Also please help what is good MiM or Master of International Business/Management?

[Edited by Rajive Tyagi on May 07, 2020]

Would you please suggest me good school for MiM in Australia or canada in order of ranking? Also please help what is good MiM or Master of International Business/Management?
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Duncan

See: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019

See:&nbsp;<a href="http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019">http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2019</a>
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mba hipste...

Would you please suggest me good school for MiM in Australia or canada in order of ranking? Also please help what is good MiM or Master of International Business/Management?
What are your goals? 

[quote]Would you please suggest me good school for MiM in Australia or canada in order of ranking? Also please help what is good MiM or Master of International Business/Management? [/quote]<div>What are your goals?&nbsp;</div>
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