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Case studies


For studying an MBA, a student must hold at least 3 years of work experience after 16 years of education. Relevant work experience is a must for getting to the right targeted business schools as well as to secure scholarships. With a 2 years program, students will be exposed to various disciplines of a business program in the first year and then specialize in the second year. The Universities provide specializations in various fields such as Human Resources, Marketing, Economics, Finance, etc. A few universities may even provide technical course based MBA, example, MBA with Project Management, MBA with Pharma Management, etc.

Since work experience is mandatory for MBA, for students looking forward to take up a management based program, a MS program can be taken with the specialization in mind. For example, MS in Marketing, MS in Finance, etc.

  • GMAT provided by GMAC.
  • TOEFL conducted by ETS Or IELTS by British Council/IDP

Students need 16 years of education plus at least 2 years of work experience before they apply for a Master’s program so that by the time they get to the university they can finish the required 3 years of Work Experience. The applications are available online from about 8-10 months in advance and have different rounds of deadlines.

Application Process