Study MBA In UK, USA, Australia And Switzerland
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Study MBA in UK, USA, Australia and Switzerland

 
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India's leading Overseas Education Consultant - Edwise offers various Study options abroad / overseas in countries like UK, USA, Australia, Canada and New Zealand offering various study options abroad / overseas in countries like UK, USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Spain and Switzerland.

Aspiring students can talk to 100+ expert counsellers, meet 80+ universities from 8+ countries in global education fair organized by Edwise from time to time. They can get information on overseas scholarship, fill-up application forms and guidelines to receive on-the spot offers from universities.

You might be enrolled in Auckland University, New Zealand which is the best MBA institute in New Zealand. However, It is not necessary that Kiwi teachers will be available to teach and guide your selected course and study destination. Similarly, you are wrong when you go to Queensland University, Australia hoping that you would get a MBA degree which will be equivalent to IIM, Ahmedabad and you can get Rs. 24-30 lacs salary package after coming back to India. 

 

Global MBA Rankings 2012, Financial Times:

1) Pensylvannia University, Wharton, USA

2) Harvard Business Scholl, USA

3) Stanford University, USA

4) London Business School, UK

5) Insead Business School, France

6) MIT Sloan Business School, USA

7) IE Business School, Spain

8) Hong Kong UST Business School, China

9) IIM, Ahmedabad, India

10) University of Chicago, Booth, USA

11) Duke, USA

12) Kellog Business School, USA

13) Indian School of Business, India

14) Yale School of Management, USA

So, one should aim and plan to invest money, time and future in programs offered through these universities. As a matter of fact, mean CTC offered to recent graduates from these colleges was $ 100,000 - $ 1,92,000 per annum.

Please note that UK, New Zealand, Australia, Norway, Brazil and Singapore are not recognized around the world these days. It is very difficult to find jobs after completing your studies from any of these countries and students usually struggle unless you have your own startup or family business. 

It is not easy for everyone to find a place in such world class universities. The process is lengthy and margin for error is minimum. You should sit in GMAT and TOEFEL/IELTS exam together and score well to send your applications to the dean of the college. Then, it is upto the discretion of college management to call the candidate. Normally, a score of 670-720 in GMAT and 6.5/7.0 bands in IELTS is required for admission.

However, there are some "B" grade institues in countries such as UK, Singapore and New Zealand which can provide growth opportunities.

"B" grade colleges MBA Rankings 2012, Bloomberg Businessweek

1) Imperial College, UK

2) Rice University, UK

3) Melbourne Business School, Australia

4) University of Texas, USA

5) York University, Canada

6) McGill University, Canada

7) Ohio State University, Fisher

8) Hult International Business School

9) Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

10) Arizona State University, USA

11) Michigan State University, USA

12) Sauder University, Canada

13) Northeastern university, USA

14) Birmingham Business School, UK

15) Smurfit Business School, Dublin, Ireland

16) Thunderbird School of Management, USA

17) SP Jain Business School, Singapore

18) Babson college, USA

19) Aston Business School, UK

20) University of St Gallen , Switzerland

It is not easy for everyone to find a place in such universities. Normally, a score of 570-650 in GMAT and 6.5/7.0 bands in IELTS is required for admission. Normally, students hesitate to sit in GMAT exam.

Such students look for lucrative options such as Great Lakes School of Management, Chennai, IIPM, Delhi, London Business School, UK, other business schools in UK, Canada, New Zealand and Singapore.

However, they waste their time and money because there in no placement cell in such colleges and it is very difficult to find an employer in these countries who is ready to sponsor a student for work visa after completion of course. Often, private insitutes like Edwise, global placement etc. misguide students and send them to these countries but the results are unsatisfactory. 

 

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