Career Advice Needed !


Hey,

Im Akash From India,
>completed 12 years of school education from India.
>completed 3 years undergraduate degree from India.

Tests & Academic Qualifications :
>graduate in BBA with a GPA of 6.25 (Graduated May 2013)
>IELTS Test: 7.0 Overall (Test Taken July 2014)
>GMAT : Not Taken

Work Experience :
> 1 year of work experience as a sales assistant in a retail shop. (Part Time)
>1 year of apprenticeship in a chartered accountancy firm, where my work included, data collection and entry, and low level auditing of financial statements.

Aspiration:
i want to complete my post graduate degree from a world renowned UK university, such as Oxford, Cambridge and Similar, But i don't know what course to choose, and what to study. People have suggested that i go for an MBA but i doubt i would get accepted at the universities of my choice.

my priority is to get a postgraduate degree from a prestigious UK university, with any course related to business and management, and work at a MNC for a few years, before going back to my country to run my family business.

so i would kindly request people if you could provide me with some insights as to what i should do.

i want to start my studies as soon as possible because my apprenticeship has ended, and i am currently jobless.

Hey,

Im Akash From India,
>completed 12 years of school education from India.
>completed 3 years undergraduate degree from India.

Tests & Academic Qualifications :
>graduate in BBA with a GPA of 6.25 (Graduated May 2013)
>IELTS Test: 7.0 Overall (Test Taken July 2014)
>GMAT : Not Taken

Work Experience :
> 1 year of work experience as a sales assistant in a retail shop. (Part Time)
>1 year of apprenticeship in a chartered accountancy firm, where my work included, data collection and entry, and low level auditing of financial statements.

Aspiration:
i want to complete my post graduate degree from a world renowned UK university, such as Oxford, Cambridge and Similar, But i don't know what course to choose, and what to study. People have suggested that i go for an MBA but i doubt i would get accepted at the universities of my choice.

my priority is to get a postgraduate degree from a prestigious UK university, with any course related to business and management, and work at a MNC for a few years, before going back to my country to run my family business.

so i would kindly request people if you could provide me with some insights as to what i should do.

i want to start my studies as soon as possible because my apprenticeship has ended, and i am currently jobless.
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Duncan

I think you should work with a careers advisor. Business and management is a big area, and if you can focus then you'll be more successful and happier. Your undergraduate university can suggest one.

I think you should work with a careers advisor. Business and management is a big area, and if you can focus then you'll be more successful and happier. Your undergraduate university can suggest one.
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badux

You don't have enough work experience to apply for MBA programs at Oxford or Cambridge or pretty much any other accredited business school.

There are what are called "pre-experience masters in management programs," that obviously do not require work experience to apply. If you are interested in an advanced degree in business that would be a good place to start. In the UK, good masters in management to look at would include Cass, Imperial, and LSE, among others.

You don't have enough work experience to apply for MBA programs at Oxford or Cambridge or pretty much any other accredited business school.

There are what are called "pre-experience masters in management programs," that obviously do not require work experience to apply. If you are interested in an advanced degree in business that would be a good place to start. In the UK, good masters in management to look at would include Cass, Imperial, and LSE, among others.
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