I want to apply for MIM or MBA (with 10 months work experience) but I am not able to decide the country. My preference is Australia if it’s worth going there.?

Asked by Nandini Fauzdar over 1 year ago

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Silvia Malloy

Silvia Malloy

CEO & Founder at Conva


Graduates of business bachelor's programs, regardless of prior business coursework, can obtain advanced general management knowledge through a Master in Management (MIM) program at the postgraduate level. Whereas a graduate-level degree with international recognition, the Master of Business Administration (MBA), helps students gain the skills necessary for careers in management and business.


Without a doubt, the United Kingdom is the best nation to pursue a master's degree in management from. There are ten UK-based MiM programs among the top 50 MiM programs in the world. 


The US has the most prestigious business schools per capita and is one of the most sought-after locations for business school students. In addition to receiving practical training through projects, students who pursue an MBA from one of the top-tier US universities also benefit from strong infrastructure support, fantastic internship opportunities, and exposure to cutting-edge content and technology. Students are prepared to become future business executives and entrepreneurs through internships at prestigious companies where they are exposed to the business world.


Furthermore, job prospects can be promising for graduates of the top MiM programs in the UK. Financial services, management consulting, and technology are frequently the top industries for graduates. Graduates frequently land jobs at the best multinational financial institutions, like Goldman Sachs or Citi, as well as the largest consulting firms, like McKinsey & Company or the Boston Consulting Group. The demand for technology companies like Amazon, Google, and Apple is also very high.


Pursuing an education in a nation like the United States, where many Fortune 500 companies have their headquarters, increases your chances of being hired by a reputable company. The cherry on top is the type of employment responsibilities these companies bring to these campuses; they are more demanding, more leadership-oriented, and include important decision-making positions, so students start off on their desired growth trajectories earlier than usual.


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