EXECUTIVE PGDM

Hii...I am working as a media manager. I have about 7 yrs of experience. I now want to pursue MBA to enhance my career. Can anyone tell me which specialization i should go for and which college will offer a good course for experienced professionals?

0 120 Views | Posted 2011-10-19 15:24:48

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    Ms.Jenny John | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-10-21 02:29:55
    Dear Gouri, MBA through correspondence is quite a good option for you. Masters degree in correspondence is now offered by UGC approved and government accredited university. Many individuals are now opting for this course as it helps them to gain experience by doing job and alongside pursue master's degree and adorn your academics.
    for further information and guidance for the course,
    kindly contact on : (+91) 9033001015
    or email us at : supportdesk@asielacademy.com
    hope this answer has been of help to you.
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    punam

    2011-10-20 14:05:55
    hii.just last year I completed my course in marketing from Welingkar Institute of management. i opted for the Executive PGDM. It is specially designed for working professionals. I think that should help u.
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    azaruddin\'

    2011-10-19 15:55:13
    go for premier institutes like IIMs
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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-19 15:44:59
    Hi Gouri, Any person having MBA degree with 7 years of work experience is always welcomed by top multi- national companies with open arms. Pursuing MBA is the most preferred career option due to the variety of scope. But when it comes to choose a specific course out of several MBA programs, then I would say it all depends on your interest areas. There are several specialties available in the MBA degree programs. You can obtain an MBA degree to become a business executive, or you may want to work at a supervisory level. Your choice in turn will also aid the decision of how long you may want to study for your MBA. Most schools offer full-time c... view more

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