Is an MBA worth it after 20 years of experience? Many senior executives ask us this question. Instead of telling them it is, or isn’t – we share the following perspectives highlighting the pros and cons of an MBA at such a late stage of their career, and tell them to take a call. … Read more
Studying at an elite top ranked school like INSEAD or LBS can offer a truly international experience with each of the schools known for its diverse culture and student body, great industry connections, renowned faculty and exceptional employment outcomes, making them the most-sought-after MBA programs in Europe. Though both the schools offer highly prestigious MBA … Read more
Since it’s not a mainstream MBA, we’ll start off with a quick review of the LBS Sloan Masters in Leadership and Strategy. We get several queries regarding its fees, ranking, salary, placements, class profile. We’ll share some information that’ll help you decide if the LBS Sloan program is worth it or not for you. LBS … Read more
The average work experience for ivy league MBA programs is 5 years at matriculation. Which means most applicants apply with 4 years of experience. That puts younger folks with lesser experience at a serious disadvantage. More so at European schools like the London Business School, where the average age and experience is even higher. [read … Read more
London Business School is regarded as the best two-year MBA program in Europe. By understanding what they look for in MBA applicants, you can figure out whether the program is a good fit for you, and how to maximize your chances of admission.
There’s an allure to MBA degrees; they’re well-recognised across the globe. But, MBAs aren’t the only option for graduate-level business degrees. There is an array of choices. Another business degree, such as a Masters in Management (MiM) may be a better fit for you.
Whatever it is about MBA programs in USA (or America in general) that turns you off – the cost of education & living, the program duration, the extreme climate, Shrimati Kim Kardashian – there are options in other parts of the world where you could pursue your MBA.
Like many Indian and international students planning to study abroad, if you feel that the university ranking and brand power means everything, you’d be impressed with Anamika Agarwal’s resume. But what’s more intriguing is the journey behind it and the lessons she has picked up from her experiences. The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Bombay) … Read more
You’ve read many stories on our blog about success after failed attempts. You haven’t? Well, here are some reapplicant success stories. But, the one that we are covering below is unique. It is a ‘successful’ success story that happened after multiple ‘failed successes’. Confusing? INSEAD MBA student ‘MBA Juggernaut‘ (her parents gave her a much … Read more
An MBA after engineering is pretty common. How about an MBA after MS? Neerav (name changed) chose to pursue his full-time MBA from the London Business School (LBS) in the UK. He already had a Masters (MS) degree from America. So why go for an MBA after MS? Neerav shares his rationale.
Unlike the general (and incorrect) perception that folks in India have about an Executive MBA, here’s a real Executive MBA from the London Business School. If you are looking for an MBA in the UK, without leaving your job in India, the London Business School (LBS) can be a good option to consider. As is … Read more
Irrespective of your GMAT score, your post MBA career goals and your penchant/hatred for saas-bahu serials, if you are an Indian MBA applicant there are a few schools that you’ve GOT to have on your radar. And it doesn’t matter if you are eligible or qualified to get in. The fact is most of your … Read more