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Shiv95

Well I'm pursuing Bcom from Delhi University,currently in second year of my graduation.I wish to apply for MBA programs abroad,can anyone please help me on a doubt I'm facing with almost every second MBA program? The doubt is that whether Bcom is accepted abroad or not? Many colleges have written that they a good UG Honours degree is accepted,but my course isnt Bcom(Hons),so can anyone please tell me whether I'm eligible for such colleges or not which have mentioned the honours things on their site? And if I'm not eligible,can anyone please provide me a list of countries/colleges which will accept my degree for the MBA program? I hope you guys will reply soon,I'm really tensed.

Well I'm pursuing Bcom from Delhi University,currently in second year of my graduation.I wish to apply for MBA programs abroad,can anyone please help me on a doubt I'm facing with almost every second MBA program? The doubt is that whether Bcom is accepted abroad or not? Many colleges have written that they a good UG Honours degree is accepted,but my course isnt Bcom(Hons),so can anyone please tell me whether I'm eligible for such colleges or not which have mentioned the honours things on their site? And if I'm not eligible,can anyone please provide me a list of countries/colleges which will accept my degree for the MBA program? I hope you guys will reply soon,I'm really tensed.
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Duncan

Generally, internationally-accredited MBAs will want not only an honours degree but also three years' work experience from applicants. Some schools accept three year degrees from top Indian universities (https://admissions.iit.edu/graduate/three-year-indian-degrees). However, you might consider taking a further year of study (eg http://www.nyit.edu/ask/International_Students/i_am_an_international_student_with_a_threeyear_undergraduate_degree__can_i_ or http://www.iae.univ-lille1.fr/formation/licence-pro-bba-bachelor-business-administration).

Generally, internationally-accredited MBAs will want not only an honours degree but also three years' work experience from applicants. Some schools accept three year degrees from top Indian universities (https://admissions.iit.edu/graduate/three-year-indian-degrees). However, you might consider taking a further year of study (eg http://www.nyit.edu/ask/International_Students/i_am_an_international_student_with_a_threeyear_undergraduate_degree__can_i_ or http://www.iae.univ-lille1.fr/formation/licence-pro-bba-bachelor-business-administration).
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Shiv95

Sir this isnt what I'm talking about.In India we've two types of Bcom degrees-Bcom and Bcom(Hons),as far as I know in UK there's a different criteria to classify a degree as honours or pass according to the marks scored by the student,I guess.So my question is that whether a plain Bcom is considered for admission to MBA program's abroad? Till the end of my first year of graduation my score is 70.5%.

Sir this isnt what I'm talking about.In India we've two types of Bcom degrees-Bcom and Bcom(Hons),as far as I know in UK there's a different criteria to classify a degree as honours or pass according to the marks scored by the student,I guess.So my question is that whether a plain Bcom is considered for admission to MBA program's abroad? Till the end of my first year of graduation my score is 70.5%.
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Duncan

My understanding is this: generally the non-honours degree in India is three years. International MBA programmes will look for honours degrees (four years in the US and Scotland, three years in some of the rest of Europe).

Let me re-phrase my answer...

No, internationally-accredited MBAs prefer an honours degree and also three years' work experience from applicants. Some schools accept three-year degrees from top Indian universities but, if you don't have either that or an honours degree, you might consider taking a further year of study so that you then have four years of university education.

My understanding is this: generally the non-honours degree in India is three years. International MBA programmes will look for honours degrees (four years in the US and Scotland, three years in some of the rest of Europe).

Let me re-phrase my answer...

No, internationally-accredited MBAs prefer an honours degree and also three years' work experience from applicants. Some schools accept three-year degrees from top Indian universities but, if you don't have either that or an honours degree, you might consider taking a further year of study so that you then have four years of university education.
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