Confusion between an MBA and a MSc in Managment


Hi,
I m an Indian resident. I have a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrionics and Telecom. I recently gave my gmat and got 620 Awa- 5.0.
i m planning to work for a reputed company for 2 years after which i ll pursue my post grad.
BUT..i m very much confused whether to take up an MBA or something like MiM.
I want be in some management sector of a company and not totally in the technical side.

Hi,
I m an Indian resident. I have a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrionics and Telecom. I recently gave my gmat and got 620 Awa- 5.0.
i m planning to work for a reputed company for 2 years after which i ll pursue my post grad.
BUT..i m very much confused whether to take up an MBA or something like MiM.
I want be in some management sector of a company and not totally in the technical side.
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ralph

Considering you're going to work for a couple of years, you have some time to figure out which degree to pursue, so no need to rush.

In terms of salary growth, an MBA from a reputable, internationally accredited program is far and away the better choice than an MSc. The general idea is that you should develop your tech skills while you are working and then you can go back to school, leveraging those skills and learning management ones as well.

Those two years of work experience also give you a chance to focus on studying for the GMAT to retake it - shoot as high as you can get, because your profile - an Indian with an engineering background is a very competitive one, and you'll need all the leverage you can get.

Considering you're going to work for a couple of years, you have some time to figure out which degree to pursue, so no need to rush.

In terms of salary growth, an MBA from a reputable, internationally accredited program is far and away the better choice than an MSc. The general idea is that you should develop your tech skills while you are working and then you can go back to school, leveraging those skills and learning management ones as well.

Those two years of work experience also give you a chance to focus on studying for the GMAT to retake it - shoot as high as you can get, because your profile - an Indian with an engineering background is a very competitive one, and you'll need all the leverage you can get.
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thnaks..much appreciated

thnaks..much appreciated
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Sir,
Can you suggest me some good MBA colleges to look for going with my current GMAT score.
I dont want to pursue an MBA in US and also the language should be strictly english.

Sir,
Can you suggest me some good MBA colleges to look for going with my current GMAT score.
I dont want to pursue an MBA in US and also the language should be strictly english.
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ralph

What is your GMAT score?

What is your GMAT score?
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Its 620..Q-47 V-29.. AWA- 5.0

Its 620..Q-47 V-29.. AWA- 5.0
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ralph

You should narrow down your search by region or at least by country, because there are a million options.

Assuming you have at least two years of work experience, you'd be competitive at schools like the following:

HEC Montreal
Ashridge
CUHK

Your reach schools could be along these lines:

Cambridge/Judge
IE
CEIBS

You should narrow down your search by region or at least by country, because there are a million options.

Assuming you have at least two years of work experience, you'd be competitive at schools like the following:

HEC Montreal
Ashridge
CUHK

Your reach schools could be along these lines:

Cambridge/Judge
IE
CEIBS
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Yes surely..
thanks once again

Yes surely..
thanks once again
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