Supreet Virk chose to pursue a full-time second MBA from an international business school, as opposed to a part-time executive MBA after her MBA from NMIMS.
She joins a growing number of MBA graduates from India who think they played their MBA card too early in their careers. To stay in the competitive global race, an international MBA makes good sense.
Supreet had made a mark in the rapidly-growing digital media and entertainment industry. What prompted her to consider a double MBA? How did she prepare for the applications? She answers these queries below.
She has some helpful tips for second MBA candidates, and also freshers who’re planning to jump straight into an MBA program after Btech or any other bachelors degree, without experience.