I want to do Freshers MBA


Hello I have 58% in BBA International Business . I wanted to do MBA or Masters in Corporate Finance . I would have to arrange my finances through loans so I want to know will I get a decent college for MBA that would fetch a job or I should go for Masters program .

Hello I have 58% in BBA International Business . I wanted to do MBA or Masters in Corporate Finance . I would have to arrange my finances through loans so I want to know will I get a decent college for MBA that would fetch a job or I should go for Masters program .
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Razors Edg...

Any legitimate MBA program would not let you in without work experience. Look into Masters in Management programs instead:

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

Any legitimate MBA program would not let you in without work experience. Look into Masters in Management programs instead:

http://find-mba.com/articles/master-in-management-programs-versus-mbas
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From where should I think about doing masters in management?
Please suggest me best options I can have for my percentile.

From where should I think about doing masters in management?
Please suggest me best options I can have for my percentile.
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Ayon

You gotta take a GMAT or a GRE to be considered for MiM. Try searching for MiM and CEMS on google. See the school websites for yourself - all your questions will be answered.

You gotta take a GMAT or a GRE to be considered for MiM. Try searching for MiM and CEMS on google. See the school websites for yourself - all your questions will be answered.
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mba hipste...

Yes, you'll most likely need to take the GRE or GMAT to get into a Masters in Management program that's worth the investment. As for what schools you should look at, check the FT's ranking. If you're focused on the UK then there are quite a few b-schools to look at: LBS, ESCP, Imperial, Warwick, Cass, Strathclyde, etc.

If you're worried about how your undergraduate performance stacks up, then you'll probably want to get a higher than average GMAT score.

Yes, you'll most likely need to take the GRE or GMAT to get into a Masters in Management program that's worth the investment. As for what schools you should look at, check the FT's ranking. If you're focused on the UK then there are quite a few b-schools to look at: LBS, ESCP, Imperial, Warwick, Cass, Strathclyde, etc.

If you're worried about how your undergraduate performance stacks up, then you'll probably want to get a higher than average GMAT score.
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Okay I am preparing for GMAT score of at least near 700 would that be sufficient and Where to do MIM ?

Okay I am preparing for GMAT score of at least near 700 would that be sufficient and Where to do MIM ?
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mba hipste...

A 700 would be a good score. I would start with the FT-ranked schools - you can always ask them directly and see if they think your profile would be competitive.

A 700 would be a good score. I would start with the FT-ranked schools - you can always ask them directly and see if they think your profile would be competitive.
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