i m student of b.tech 3rd year ,wants to know that doing MBA from foreign is right option?

please provide all necessary information regarding with this.

0 59 Views | Posted 2011-09-08 14:22:54

  • 2 Answers

  • Shiksha Ask & Answer

    Answered by

    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-12-27 13:07:34
    Hi,As you are pursuing undergraduate degree, it would be advisable for you to work for some years after completing your graduation and then opt for pursuing MBA.The advantage of this step would be:You will gain relevant work experience, and you will learn how to implement theoretical knowledge in practical situations.After working you will know in which field you are actually interested in i.e. if you are interested in technical field than you can pursue Masters in same field, where as if you are interested in management side you can opt to pursue MBA, and finally if you want that your studies should be a blend of engineering and managemen... view more
  • Shiksha Ask & Answer

    Answered by

    Parveen Kumar Kumar | Contributor-Level 8

    2011-09-08 14:25:23
    Yes it is the right option but for that you have to clear GMAT first and then choose a B school of your choice and go ahead for the admission

Get authentic answers from experts, students and alumni that you won't find anywhere else

Sign Up on Shiksha

On Shiksha, get access to

  • 58k Colleges
  • 857 Exams
  • 389k Reviews
  • 750k Answers

Share Your College Life Experience

Didn't find the answer you were looking for?

Search from Shiksha's 1 lakh+ Topics

or

Ask Current Students, Alumni & our Experts

×

We use cookies to improve your experience. By continuing to browse the site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy.

Need guidance on career and education? Ask our experts

Characters 0/140

The Answer must contain atleast 20 characters.

Add more details

Characters 0/300

The Answer must contain atleast 20 characters.

Keep it short & simple. Type complete word. Avoid abusive language. Next

Your Question

Edit

Add relevant tags to get quick responses. Cancel Post