Which is the best country to pursue MBA: USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand,Canada.

All the countrys mentioned above are good to pursue MBA, as all these countries have some of the finest and good B-schools.

0 395 Views | Posted 2011-10-19 08:50:04
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-12-20 17:15:27
    To pursue MBA from good and top ranked universities in the world,the student need to have:
    Good academic background.
    Relevant undergraduate degree from recognized university.
    3-4 years of full time work experience after graduation.
    GMAT score of 500-600 plus.
    TOEFL score of 90-100 plus or IELTS score of 6.5-7 bands plus.
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-11-21 16:51:08
    I would request experts like Dennis Vasanthakumar Adar Consultancy Monika S to share their valuabel inputs.
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    sameera shams | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-27 14:16:17
    Sameera@ hey Gautam, thanks a lot!!!
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    sameera shams | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-25 13:40:40
    Sameera@Well most of us have a bad notion about studying abroad. It is not that Indian colleges are below par when it comes to quality education. All the best education in the world is found in India but the grass on the other shore looks more green in color may be that's why none takes and prefer INDIA as the best place to pursue MBA.
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    Gautam Joshi | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-25 12:18:40
    Sorry to say. But it so shameful that noone takes and prefer INDIA as the best place to pursue MBA. Can anyone of you kindly tell me the reason. And, how can we underestimate and neglect IIM like dream B-schools?
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-22 17:58:09
    Well as Mr. Narendra mentioned newzealand due to its affordability, mixed cultural exposures etc, we cannot suggest a single country as it will more or less depend on the student and his/ academic records and how successful one is in qualifying the admissions.
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    Narendra Roy An engineer who loves to share his experience | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-21 14:12:51
    I will advise New Zealand, as the best place for MBA studies; cheap, more practical, mixed cultural exposures.
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    arun dev | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-21 08:27:20
    I agree with Arvind Joshi245 ji. sure these are the things we should consider before going for admission in any country.
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-19 12:52:55
    SmritiMatra thank you so much for sharing the detail information about pursuing MBA in different countries.
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    sameera shams | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-19 12:20:38
    Sameera MSK70515 Doing an MBA in the U.S. or U.K. is quite a demanding and strenuous proposition,
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    Ruchi Shrimali | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-10-19 11:28:35
    In US and Canada, 4-year graduation degree is compulsory to take admission in MBA course, which usually suits engineers but becomes a difficulty for Indian students from other streams. Australia, NZ, and UK on the other hand, accepts 3-year degree courses for MBA as well. However, if you have the potential to make it to Harvard or Wharton, US is the only choice you should look for. In UK, London School of Business and INSEAD can be your choices. When you are aiming to the top, you have little choice but to join the best.A mid-tier B-School in US, too, is generally considered than a mid-tier B-school in other parts of the world. However, those... view more
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    Arvind Joshi | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-19 10:24:40
    Any country where the government has crystallized its policy on ethical aspects of running a business, and which is reflected in the course curriculum.
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-19 08:58:46
    Waiting for comments from expert likeSathya Gopinath Vikas Naidu
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-19 08:58:00
    Waiting for comments from expert likeprudhv sameera33519 SmritiMatra Suryap2012
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-19 08:56:58
    Waiting for comments from expert likePriya Pooja Kohli prudhv Prashant Chauhan PC
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-19 08:56:14
    Waiting for comments from expert likeMonika S Nikhlesh Mathur Neeraj Sagar
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    2011-10-19 08:55:44
    Waiting for comments from expert likeGomtis Corner Manmeet Kaur50173 MAYUR DESHMUKH
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    2011-10-19 08:55:02
    Waiting for comments from expert likeExcel Govind_S Gautam Joshi
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    2011-10-19 08:54:17
    Waiting for comments from expert likearun dev Aneeket Arvind Joshi245 Adar Consultancy

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