MBA for working undergraduate

Is there any institute that provides MBA for working undergraduate with a diploma? Please help.

0 87 Views | Posted 2011-09-28 11:11:55
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    Govind Sharma HR, startup entrepreneurs, career blogger | Guide-Level 14

    2011-10-11 15:02:39
    Dear Aansat,
    You can pursue MBA only if you are a graduate. It is not clear whether you have completed your under graduation degree or not, if you have completed and if you have around 3 years experience, you can pursue either part time MBA or executive MBA
    If you get seats in tier 1 or tier 2 B school, it is better to complete a full time MBA
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    punam

    2011-09-29 10:33:29
    Gems B School, Bangalore provides Corporate MBA Program for employed graduates where, the candidates can work during weekdays in the present job and attend classes during Weekends & Holidays and get a dual specialisation full time international / UGC Recognised MBA degree.
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    sameera shams | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-28 12:26:16
    shams@ hi Ansaat
    First y need to complete y graduation then y can do y MBA.
    Gems B School, Bangalore provides Corporate MBA Program for employed graduates where, the candidates can work during weekdays in the present job and attend classes during Weekends & Holidays and get a dual specialisation full time international / UGC Recognised MBA degree.
    Hope this will help y , feel free in asking y query
    RegardsShams
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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-28 11:40:58
    Hi Aansat, for your query I would say that in this changing world pursuing MBA is the most preferred career option by today’s generation. The variety of scopes associated with it makes it even more desirable. As it is a business oriented program, it will be of good help for students who wish to work with the business sector. Although, you have work experience which will add up as an asset to your career but as per the eligibility criteria to need to be a graduate to pursue MBA. Hope this piece of information will help you in the best way. Feel free to raise more queries or you may close the question by liking it or marking it as the best an... view more

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