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MBA stands for Master in Business Administration. Many consider that a MBA degree is the ultimate entry ticket to get a good and high-paying job. This is because a MBA educational program fetches you both knowledge and expertise. These endowments help the candidate to get a good position with a company. Together with many options of MBA in India like regular MBA, MBA - Executive, MBA - Part time, MBA - Specialized sector, etc you also have the option of opting for MBA Abroad, i.e., MBA Course from the universities of abroad countries. These courses are becoming popular day by day, because some countries boast of some reputed and famed varsities and colleges. To get a degree from these colleges, students apply for overseas MBA programs. The problem with MBA from foreign countries is that the overseas MBA programs would be seasonal in nature. This means that the colleges may not conduct them throughout the year. So, when you are applying for the courses, you need to check out some of the deadlines. You need to submit the online tests and exams well before time. So, if you manage to get it right, you can start learning under a good college in the foreign country.

Why Global MBA?

There are certain important differences between an Indian MBA degree and a foreign one. The learning environment and the 'MBA-experience' vary by a great extent with the school. Indian education system helps prepare conceptually strong managers with solid 'funda-es', the schools abroad focus on practical aspects and offer much broader exposure and perspective.

  1. Broader Scope: You instantly become a 'global citizen' the moment you enroll! Your career opportunities become wider as you have an option to work in the foreign country, as well as come back home.
  2. Practical Learning: Mostly, the foreign MBA courses are case study based, which makes them less 'bookish', interesting and fun to learn. Even the statistics course would make you think from a logical viewpoint, with little calculations involved.
  3. Strong Peer Group: The class would typically have people from 10-30 different countries, with over 5 years of work experience (average). The cultural exposure would certainly broaden your outlook.
  4. Better self-assessment: Many colleges offer informational interviews with psychometric tests, which allow you to discover yourself and help you make the best career choice for yourself.
  5. Enjoyable Experience: While there always be a few sad folks in every schools, from my own experience, I can promise you that your experience will be immensely enjoyable. You only need to be clear about what you want out of the MBA, and possess a big heart.
  6. Global Network: Several top ranked schools are over 100 year old, which offers you a strong and large alumni network. You'll be able to connect with the who's who of the business world, in every part of the world.