As I have asked before, thank you for your response. Which country would you suggest to pursue both degree interior design and MBA?I have completed my B.tech civil.?
Asked by Rita Koley 10 months ago
Undergrad student | BA in Economics and Political Science | Digital content management | Event Management
Here is the list of 7 best countries from where you can pursue both your degrees, i.e., interior design and MBA:
England: Reasons: Outstanding Research, World-Class Universities, Broad Choice of Programs.
Japan: Reasons: Excellent Higher Educational System, Innovative Educational Facilities, Programs in English.
Spain: Reasons: Affordable Tuition Fees, Multicultural Lifestyle, Real-Life Learning Experiences.
Italy: Reason: Strong Educational System, English-Taught Programs, Student-Friendly Environment.
China: Reasons: More Job Opportunities, Internationally Recognized Degrees, Innovative Learning Facilities.
Turkey: Reasons: Cheap Tuition Fees, High Ranking Universities, Crossroads of Culture.
Cyprus: Reasons: Internationally Recognized Universities, High Graduation Rates.
MBA in Interior Design Course Eligibility Criteria Aspirants for MBA in interior design must have a bachelor's degree (10+2+3) in any discipline with a minimum of 45 percent -50 percent academic aggregate from a reputable college or university. The annual tuition for the program is roughly £32,000. The Interior Design MA program begins in September 2022, and applications must be submitted along with a portfolio by February 2022. After your application has been reviewed, you will be notified via email of your admission status. If you have any further doubts, just ask me.
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