i wanted to do MBA in US/UK..i have not given GMAT/GRE.could you let me know which are the schools i can apply.
work experience: 2 years
Hello.... I wanted to know what my options are regarding doing my MBA from US/UK. I am in the final year of my engineering.
Here are my credentials,
10th - 89.8
12th - 90.8
BE(Hons.) Mechanical, BITS Pilani, India - 7.65 (Hopefully 8.01 by the time I graduate)
I have not given my GMAT yet.Thank you.
I want to do a MBA in US with a major in Information Systems. Kindly let us know the schools I can apply for.
Work Experience: 27 months in TCS
GPA:6.98/10 8 arrears
HI everyone, are there any MBA admissions or GMAT questions we can answer?
Conrad and the Stacy Blackman Team
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@StacyBlackman said:Hi everyone,Are there any MBA admissions or GMAT related questions we can answer?Cheers,Conrad and the Stacy Blackman Team
For many people, a first major consideration is whether to pursue a general or specialized MBA. Personally, I feel that a general MBA prepares you better to be a business leader, because running a business involves an understanding of all aspects of the business. It also allows networking and an exchange of ideas with all different types of people with different backgrounds and goals.
As I say in the Financial Times, an MBA is a great, general degree that can prepare you for many paths. However, it is not right for everyone. One of the biggest mistakes I see is people applying for an MBA when their career goals are not a match for that type of graduate program. There are definitely careers that will benefit from a masters degree, as opposed to an MBA. The trick is honest self-assessment in order to align your goals with the best possible program.