750 is the threshold for the 99th percentile and the GMAT does not award that distinction to specialists (people who do extraordinarily well on only one section of the exam). At that level, you need to excel in both sections. So, although last week we discussed how the verbal section can pick up the slack from a weaker quant performance, if your sights are set on 750+, you need to be in top form in both areas.
What exactly is private equity and why should you be interested in it? IIM Ahmedabad alumnus Abhijit Nath
gives you the lowdown and hopes that at the end of it, some of you will be interested enough to want to get into the field as well.
Companies like Raj Travels and Haldiram’s have chosen to train their next generation through the Family Managed Business MBA. We take a look at the FMB programme at three well-known institutes in Mumbai.
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Look up the schedule for SPJIMR PGDSM-MIT's happening festival 'nimitt'.
In keeping with the “think different” spirit of SPJIMR, PGDSM MIT is proud to present: nimitt - empowering ideas, an Information Technology Management event with a difference.
While a number of business schools in India and across the Asia Pacific region will still accept students straight after their first degree, a growing proportion of top MBA programmes around the world insist on a significant level of hands-on experience in the workplace.
Today, an MBA is the most prestigious qualification in the world. It offers the potential for talented young professionals to place themselves in the shop window for the most prestigious and highest paying recruiters in the world; companies like Accenture, Bain, McKinsey & Co., Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley treat the MBA qualification as essential for career changers seeking to join their firms.
This year more than 100,000 professionals of all ages will embark on MBA programmes at business schools across the world and a growing proportion will elect to study, not in their home country but overseas. In India, despite the development of major schools such as IIM and ASB, the tradition of studying abroad, particularly in the USA or Europe, is widely accepted but, if you are considering a move overseas, how do you decide which of these locations will suit you best?
It is now possible to research MBA programmes without leaving your home or office desk, thanks to the Internet and the host of school-specific and general information websites available. But, given the investment of time, effort and money that the MBA experience demands, there is still no substitute for meeting the admissions personnel of possible schools face-to-face.