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
Is opting for higher education a great idea? Consider this: Tuition fee and related expenses are increasing across colleges and degree courses. Read Average cost of studying abroad and Cost of MBA. At the same time, wage hikes are becoming slower and less generous. Add to this the two or four years that keep people … Read more
“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free” The Statue of Liberty carries the famous Lazarus’ poem whose lines are quoted above. The sentiment resonates with the millions of immigrants housed in USA, looking for the good life.
Undergraduate degrees in USA are pretty flexible. As part of the 4-year degree, you can choose a major and minor subject, and the two need not be related. Samarth, who started out as a diehard fan of computers, discovered a fascination for economics after starting his degree. He impressed the recruiting team at Amazon and … Read more
To an untrained eye, both the Master in Business Administration (MBA) and the Master in International Business (MIB) are management programs with similar outcome. After all, what is International Business but business as usual in a foreign dialect.
What makes a student graduate school ready? Is it the number of years they have spent gearing up for a successful promotion from a bachelor’s to a master’s? Or, is it the knowledge and substantive education received until then? This time vs knowledge debate often becomes a subject of contention for international students applying to … Read more
Like most sailors, Ajinkya Lele got to see the most spectacular sunsets and uninterrupted horizons during his career in the merchant navy. After enjoying a few thousand of those, it occurred to him that he needed to accomplish much more in life, before the sun sets on his career. That’s when he seriously started thinking … Read more
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is the longest established business school in Asia. This gives it a big first-mover advantage and clear vision in nurturing business leaders. It has been ranked 57th in the world by the Financial Times in 2019. Around 70 students (42% female) with an average age of 29, the … Read more
Is your glass half full or half empty? Why not fill it up and eliminate all confusion? That’s exactly what chartered accountant, Jayendra Ruparel, decided to do. With a decade of work experience under his belt, he was happy with his role. But he was also aware that time was running out, if he wanted … Read more
Amrita Deb chose the Master of Science in Business Administration (MScBA) degree at TIAS, a top business school in the Netherlands. She explains why she preferred an MScBA over MBA, what it meant to be an international student in the Netherlands, and how studying and working there is different.
Are you in a quandary about whether to pursue an MBA degree from India or abroad? If so, then it’s worth figuring out the pros and cons involved in each case so that you’re in a position to make an informed decision.
International students bring over $35 billion to the US economy each year [read Why international students are good for the US economy]. The reasons why these students are attracted to the US are clear and simple: 60 to 70 percent of the top 25 universities in the world are American, according to QS and THE … Read more