to know about eligiblity for mba


hello sir, I am only 19 years old and completed my graduation and i would like to go straight on and do an mba from austrlia n I dnt hav work experience so some people used to tell me that in a short time how can u do an mba from foreign because you still come under the teenagers and any company would not like to hire you so for all this I am very despondent and frustuated plz suggest me sir my less age will create a problem in future .....
hello sir, I am only 19 years old and completed my graduation and i would like to go straight on and do an mba from austrlia n I dnt hav work experience so some people used to tell me that in a short time how can u do an mba from foreign because you still come under the teenagers and any company would not like to hire you so for all this I am very despondent and frustuated plz suggest me sir my less age will create a problem in future .....
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Mamit
Dear Govind, you are pretty young for having completed your graduation. Australian universities do offer MBA programs for freshers which are of 1.5-2 years duration. You are required to take your English Language Proficiency Test - IELTS and try to score 6.5 Bands. The intakes are in the months of July & February and also some universities have a November intake.
Dear Govind, you are pretty young for having completed your graduation. Australian universities do offer MBA programs for freshers which are of 1.5-2 years duration. You are required to take your English Language Proficiency Test - IELTS and try to score 6.5 Bands. The intakes are in the months of July & February and also some universities have a November intake.
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badux
First of all, no offense intended, but you'll probably want to work on your English if you are looking at pursuing an MBA in Australia.

Secondly, perhaps there are some MBA programs in Australia that do not require work experience, but they won't be worth the investment. AGSM, for instance, requires at least two years of work experience to apply, although the average of accepted students tends to be around six years.

At Melbourne, you need three years of work experience to apply.

Instead, if you are interested in pursuing a management degree at this point, perhaps you should opt for a masters in management program, which generally does not require work experience. The University of Sydney has a ranked MIM program, for instance.
First of all, no offense intended, but you'll probably want to work on your English if you are looking at pursuing an MBA in Australia.

Secondly, perhaps there are some MBA programs in Australia that do not require work experience, but they won't be worth the investment. AGSM, for instance, requires at least two years of work experience to apply, although the average of accepted students tends to be around six years.

At Melbourne, you need three years of work experience to apply.

Instead, if you are interested in pursuing a management degree at this point, perhaps you should opt for a masters in management program, which generally does not require work experience. The University of Sydney has a ranked MIM program, for instance.
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