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An MBA class is a swirl of dissimilar people and philosophies...

Take comfort in knowing the MBA classroom will have it all, undergraduates from – humanities, engineering, science, computer science, pharmacy, medicine and this varied mix is a successful class! This diversity both shapes and drives incredible opportunities for learning.

We sure are in an era where many of our ways of doing things need to change and are going to continue to change…luckily in that sense an MBA is eternal and still evolving! MBA graduates give evidence of the changing landscape brought on by globalization.

Now and going forward you can be sure that major companies throughout the world would hire the kind of young leaders produced in the best business schools and that demand will only continue to grow.

While the MBA coursework can be tough – you will learn so much more. Very uniquely and inspiringly the MBA course is more focused on what happens outside of the classroom than in it. So gear up for team projects, case studies, group discussions, presentations, internships --- Action learning!

100% of our Business Applicants obtain admissions

MBA Applicants Engage us for the following benefits:

Length of the program - UK, Europe and Australia like India, mostly follow the three year Bachelors Degree program. In the United States, Canada and Hong Kong, all Bachelor’s degrees are four year programs. Programs in medicine, pharmacy, law, nursing, architecture involve state licensure and hence extend beyond four years.

Major - The best part of studying overseas is the sheer choice of subjects and majors available to choose from. In the US and Hong Kong, an added benefit is the flexibility in the curriculum. You could be a business major with a minor in computer science or an engineering student with electives in classical music or a psychology student with electives in law or astrophysics. As an engineering student, you can enter into the undergraduate program as an ‘Engineering – Undeclared’ major if the program allows it. When selecting your Universities, check if all of the options that interest you are available.

Rankings - Review the rankings to see how well the program is placed for your major. However Rankings are not the only criteria to consider when choosing your college.

Deadline - If you are looking at Top Universities, some Universities such as the University of California may have a November 30 application deadline. While other Universities may have deadlines as late as May 1. Others may have special scholarship and financial deadlines between the months of November – December - January. Make note of these and turn your application in early.

Accredited - Ensure that the university you are applying to is accredited.

Costs - The cost of a two-year program can be pretty prohibitive. Hence, plan the extent to which your family can finance your education for the next four years. With this in mind, you can then choose which programs you will apply to. Also check for information on scholarships and financial aid awards for international students.

Location - If there is a preference in location, make a note of colleges in that specific area. However, it would not be advisable to restrict your university selections based on location.

Academic Grades - When you apply, you will need to send all your mark sheets from college. So, EVERY GRADE counts ! Keep your grades climbing an upward trajectory, and you will earn successful admissions.


Other factors would be class size, research facilities, international student population, co-curricular activities, and graduation rate and placement services.

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