Hi, I am studying final year b.com. I need to join MBA. Can I know which is the best course in MBA and the best college.?
Asked by Harsha about 2 years ago
Hey Harsha, how are you doing?
It is quite safe to assume that you are looking for the best options, considering the question. But before you start looking for any particular MBA program, consider your qualifications. Most quality MBAs will require a significant amount of work experience. Not just that, institutes tend to ask for relevancy too. So obtain a few years of experience in business and management, and then browse through the best options. When you are working it may give you an insight on which specialization to pursue. That will answer your question about the best course. And if you already have work experience, consider that for that MBA program.
As of now, human resources (HR), healthcare, economics are among the few top growing industries. This is because of population growth and business expansion. It's like having a transferrable MBA that can give you a quality job in numerous sectors. And believe me, unless you are highly skilled in a sector, transferable skill-sets are a way to go. Or if you are certain, opt for the more standard specialization of the field like finance, accounting and counselling. These three are the major fields of MBA and have the highest employment. Regarding your concern about the best MBA colleges, here are they:
- HEC Paris, France
- IE Business School, Spain
- INSEAD, France/Singapore
- Stanford Graduate School of Business, USA
- Harvard Business School, USA
- Penn (Wharton), USA
- London Business School (LBS), UK
- Bocconi University, Italy
- WHU -Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany
- CEIBS, China
I would again say, that you need to check for your profile and see which of these university's requirements match with your profile and only then you should apply to these universities.
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