what is the best age for doing mba, as i am having some experience as entrepreneur?

as i doing business now i just want to know what would be the best age for doing mba can any one sugest me?

0 107 Views | Posted 2011-09-29 17:09:17
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-29 17:12:30
    Well in my opinion a minimum of 2 years of work-experience will be good to develop knowledge of ones area of interests.
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    smita

    2011-09-30 09:48:59
    As such, universities have their own age limits norms, you have to comply by that. And that's quite a good limit. Also, after taking 2-3 years of experience you can pursue the course and you will have a more better understanding of it due to real corporate exposure.
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-09-30 10:11:33
    MBA can be done at any stage and the best stage for an experienced candidate begins after 3 years of relevant work experience. For a student the best way would be to continue the studies for MBA after graduation / post graduation provided he/she is focused on it.
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-30 09:40:10
    Hi,As already many experts have already given their opinion and I agreeing to their words, I would mention that there isn't any age limit to pursue MBA, and as for the experience is concerned, yes about 2 years core experience should make it a relevant one so to understand the process in real and its execution and as rightly said by Surya, this will definitely help you to realize your interests.To know about the institutes in the country offering MBA, please refer to the following link:https://www.shiksha.com/search/index?keyword=MBA&location=&searchType=course&cat_id=-1&countOffsetSearch=25&startOffSetSearch=0&subLocation=-1&cityId=-1&cType=... view more
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    Mahesh | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-29 17:20:40
    Krishna.People who do MBA while (or after) running a business most often have a good knowledge in Accounting or the capability to easily understand analytical subjects like accounting, statistics etc. Most often these people enrol in MBA in order to get a sound knowledge in Marketing, Business Laws etc. My advice is that you should enrol in MBA after getting a good basic knowledge of Finance, Accounting etc when you are doing your business. The MBA course will then become a lot easier for you. Give me a thumbs up if I have answered your question.
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    Sudesh Sharma

    2011-09-29 17:13:52
    no age bar for MBA, basic qualification for MBA is graduation and can be done from distance education.
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    DENNIS VASANTHAKUMAR PAUL Education Consultant | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-29 17:18:24
    Once you become an entrepreneur, after two year you can do MBA. Try to do it in UK. It is one year course and the cost is only around 6 lacs tution fees.

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