MBA in USA vs Canada vs Europe vs Asia: Which is the best country for MBA abroad?

For most people, the MBA dream begins with a picture in their minds. The words “MBA” and “abroad” glow like neon signs in the head, with images of a plane taking off, a beautiful campus with Greek columns, Roman arches, and grass greener than you’ve ever seen before all flashing before the eyes like the … Read more

Cornell Johnson MBA application tips, class profile, fees, employment report, ranking and more

The Johnson Graduate School of Management in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business is an Ivy League business school known for its top-ranked elite MBA programs. MBA aspirants can choose to pursue the conventional and the more popular two-year MBA program or the accelerated one-year MBA or the Cornell Tech MBA. All these programs also offer a … Read more

Why tech professionals are leaving IT companies for MBA

When we think about IT professionals and their various known avatars like software engineers, data engineers, software developers, and what have you, we usually conjure up images of vast huddled masses hunched up in front of propped up laptops in matchbox cubicles. Only now, in the great (?) pandemic world, they are huddled up in … Read more

Stanford MBA jobs, starting salary, employment report statistics

How much do Stanford MBA graduates make? Which companies hire Stanford MBAs? Which industries do they work in? What’s does the class profile look like? In this article, we’ll cover all these aspects and much more, so read on. Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB), one of the most sought-after schools, strategically located in the … Read more

Career options & life after Military retirement for Army, Navy, Air Force veterans

We got an email from a commanding officer in the Indian Navy, with a request on behalf of retired military veterans (‘vets’). Here’s a gist of what he said:   In the western world, the military veteran network is very strong. They have good websites, channels and consulting services for veterans. In contrast, our Indian … Read more

International student life in Singapore: Everything you need to know

Why should you opt to study in Singapore for your undergraduate or graduate education? That’s an easy question with several answers: great weather without extremes, top-rated universities, safe and clear environs, English-speakers everywhere, and a flourishing economy that lets you stay back for a rewarding career. Here we try to evaluate Singapore as an educational … Read more

MBA scholarship statistics reveal prize money getting bigger in admissions game

Even in the worst of times, when they appear to be facing a crisis, business schools won’t even think of putting up a sign in front of their swanky buildings that says: “Going cheap. Your favorite MBA seat at a discounted rate. Run to grab it while stocks last!” But b-schools, and business education, are … Read more

HKU MBA review: Student experience, Hong Kong work permit, consulting job at Deloitte S&O

What’s it like to study in Hong Kong as an international student? How does the work permit process work for students in Hong Kong? How difficult is it to get a job in Hong Kong for international students? Arpit Arora is well-qualified to answer these questions. He completed his MBA from the University of Hong … Read more

Fully-funded PhD in Europe: Scholarship covers fees & stipend worth over $350,000 (₹2.5 crore)

With the rising costs of quality education, it has become difficult for candidates from middle-class families to be able to afford the fees and cost of living at the top universities. For instance, consider doctoral degrees at the top universities and business schools. Without getting a fully funded PhD, it is impractical to cover the … Read more