I want to pursue MBA in HR , so working experience required for it Or i can continue after my bachelor's?

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Prakhar Tyagi

Prakhar Tyagi

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Country Expert : UK

Apart from the plethora of best universities for human resource management in the world, there are many more factors that attract students and convince them to travel miles to get that degree.

Exposure: While the education quality doesn’t usually differ a considerable amount, the level of exposure that you will get as an MBA in HR abroad student will be unparalleled to those who stay back in their home countries. With an MBA degree abroad, you’ll be exposed to hundreds of new networks and connection opportunities that will in turn expand your professional opportunities.
Better earning potential: Especially for students emerging from a developing country, an MBA in HR abroad will prove to be an opportunity for them to avail better earning jobs and placements. This is mainly because developing countries like India often have a smaller number of openings for HR professionals. And whenever they do, the salary and stipend offered it is comparatively less than in other developed countries.
Skills acquisition and independence: MBA in HR abroad degree will equip you with the independence and skills you need as a human resource manager. Contrary to your home country’s environment you will face multiple challenges in a foreign nation, which will make you a bigger person as a whole and cause overall personal development. Such unprecedented growth is normally rare in one’s home country.
While the exact specifications are different from countries and universities, here is a generic list of the requirements needed that usually applies to all.

An English language proficiency test, such as the IELTS or TOEFL, with a minimum band score required by respective universities. (Average: 6.5/IELTS)
A minimum of 3.0 GPA
A good GRE, GMAT score
You should also have some work experience in your field
A bachelor’s degree in a related field or in your own field with minimum marks as required by the university. (Average: b+ or 60%+)


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