MBA At Jan Intake


Hi This Supriya!! I'm planning to take MBA this January. But I'm still confused to select universities, please help regarding to this issue. USA,UK, Germany, Canada, Australia is okay for me. I had completed my graduation in 2017 with 78.2%. I had one year experience. I had not given any exam till now. I'M planning to give IELTS. Please suggest some best universities with low tution fee... Thanks in advance
Hi This Supriya!! I'm planning to take MBA this January. But I'm still confused to select universities, please help regarding to this issue. USA,UK, Germany, Canada, Australia is okay for me. I had completed my graduation in 2017 with 78.2%. I had one year experience. I had not given any exam till now. I'M planning to give IELTS. Please suggest some best universities with low tution fee... Thanks in advance
quote
Duncan
Focus on Australia. In Europe, accreditation by AMBA requires MBA students to have three years work experience. In Australia, the academic year starts with the calendar year so you will have a better range of options.
Focus on Australia. In Europe, accreditation by AMBA requires MBA students to have three years work experience. In Australia, the academic year starts with the calendar year so you will have a better range of options.
quote
mba hipste...
Look for a master in management instead. MGSM's Master in Management starts in January for example.
Look for a master in management instead. MGSM's Master in Management starts in January for example.
quote
1. May I know which uni will have low tution fee in Australia with better education as we are financially back, it will some how helpful for me.
2. Is doing 2 yr MBA at Australia equal to 1 yr MBA at UK
1. May I know which uni will have low tution fee in Australia with better education as we are financially back, it will some how helpful for me.
2. Is doing 2 yr MBA at Australia equal to 1 yr MBA at UK
quote
Look for a master in management instead. MGSM's Master in Management starts in January for example.

May I know diff b/w msc in management/ master in management
[quote]Look for a master in management instead. MGSM's Master in Management starts in January for example. [/quote]
May I know diff b/w msc in management/ master in management
quote
George Pat...
Doing some english courses would be a good start
The good MBA schools will need more work experience, so check out the Financial Times ranking for Master in management, and choose whichever program is higher ranked and within your budget

[Edited by George Patsoulis on Aug 30, 2018]

Doing some english courses would be a good start
The good MBA schools will need more work experience, so check out the Financial Times ranking for Master in management, and choose whichever program is higher ranked and within your budget
quote
laurie
Yes, agreed on the English classes.

A Master in Management program is generally aimed at applicants who are earlier in their careers (1-3 years of work experience.) MBAs are more geared towards those with 4-6+ years of work experience.
Yes, agreed on the English classes.

A Master in Management program is generally aimed at applicants who are earlier in their careers (1-3 years of work experience.) MBAs are more geared towards those with 4-6+ years of work experience.
quote
mba hipste...
Look for a master in management instead. MGSM's Master in Management starts in January for example.

May I know diff b/w msc in management/ master in management


https://find-mba.com/articles/master-in-management-programs-versus-mbas

For Australia - if you don't already have permission to work there and do want to work there after you program - you should also be aware of the visa restrictions. Unless you have a company to sponsor your visa, you'll only get a temporary visa if you've studied in the country for something like 16 months, I believe. So any one-year program will not allow this.
[quote][quote]Look for a master in management instead. MGSM's Master in Management starts in January for example. [/quote]
May I know diff b/w msc in management/ master in management[/quote]

https://find-mba.com/articles/master-in-management-programs-versus-mbas

For Australia - if you don't already have permission to work there and do want to work there after you program - you should also be aware of the visa restrictions. Unless you have a company to sponsor your visa, you'll only get a temporary visa if you've studied in the country for something like 16 months, I believe. So any one-year program will not allow this.
quote

Reply to Post

Related Business Schools

Sydney, Australia 22 Followers 31 Discussions

Related Articles

Master in Management Programs Versus MBAs

By M. Filtz on Apr 02, 2013

More Articles