Is it ok to do 1yr mba fom india n 1yr mba from uk

Please let me know is it good to get 1yr mba from india n 1yr from uk...i m planning to get 1yr mba frm isba collg n other from uk...pls help me

0 140 Views | Posted 2011-10-05 18:05:15
Asked by Ajeet garg

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    DENNIS VASANTHAKUMAR PAUL Education Consultant | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-07 20:43:54
    Compareing MBA in UK and India. Two years in India and one year in UK. teh cost will be almost the same. You are saving one year of your life and that is more saving in Uk. Education system is very good that it cannot be matched with India studies. It is more practical oriented and you are supposed to give assignments every week , which you cannot copy from any book or websites. Do you know Govt. of india sedning our IAS and IPS students to do MBA in UK after 5 years of expereince and before they are posted as Collectors or Manging Directors.
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    Mahesh | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-06 00:35:00
    Ajeet. From the information, I have gathered, ISBA does not offer any one year MBA. ISBA offers a two year PGP (Post graduate programme) or a two year PGP PLUS MBA programme (admission subject to a required minimum number of students applying for the course). You may not get admission if too few students apply for the PGP PLUS MBA course. Please get full proper information. I am a MBA graduate from UK. A candidate with two MBAs is not seen as more smarter than a candidate with one MBA by recruiters here. Instead you can do a postgraduate degree in (say Finance) which will a strong grounding in that subject and then do your MBA in Finan
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-05 19:53:51
    Yes, it is a good idea. Plus points are
    1. profile enhancement with a degree from UK
    2. multi-cultural orientation
    3. you will get better resources in UK for education, better access to journals etc.
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-10-06 13:56:20
    I suggest that you do complete MBA from one institute only.

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