I'm a humanities student. How many years of work experience is required for MBA in USA that is safer and mostly is not likely to be rejected?

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ishita goyal

ishita goyal

Undergrad student | BA in Economics and Political Science | Digital content management | Event Management

Yes, a humanities student can apply for an MBA program. You must be a graduate of a recognized university in any discipline. Numerous admission examinations are available, such as the CAT, CMAT, MAT, and XAT. Depending on your results, you can take the examinations and gain admission to a top business school. An MBA program requires at least two years of work experience. Most MBA programs require between two and four years of work experience to apply for an average student enters with about five years of professional experience. Some of the best business schools may require up to seven years of study. MBA Abroad requires a bachelor's degree with 50 percent marks in business or a related discipline from a recognized university, as well as 3 to 5 years of work experience. MBA Finance is the most popular specialization among students looking to pursue MBA abroad. A Bachelor's degree from a recognized university is the most fundamental need for studying for an MBA abroad, preferably a full-time degree from a reputable institute. The second essential requirement for an international MBA is extensive work experience.


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