Is it possible to study MBA abroad wothout any work experience?

Asked by Mohammadi almost 2 years ago

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vandana sinha

vandana sinha

M&A - Tax & Regulatory || Nangia & Co LLP

Yes, ofcourse. While you can’t study MBA abroad without any work experience but you can opt for MiM. 

MiM is an equivalent degree to MBA. It offers the same management knowledge and the skills relevant to the business and managerial world. The catch here is that an MiM is specifically made for fresh graduates like you.  Universities abroad provide an MiM to students without any work experience and thus act like the perfect course for students like you who wish to gain managerial skills without any prior work experience. 
Do you need any help with shortlisting B-schools or any other information? Let me know and I’ll be happy to help. 

 


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Harshpreet  Seera

Harshpreet Seera

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In general, most MBA programs abroad prefer candidates with some level of work experience, typically ranging from two to five years, as professional experience adds valuable perspective to the classroom learning environment and enhances peer-to-peer interactions. However, there are MBA programs specifically designed for individuals with limited or no work experience, often referred to as early career or deferred MBA programs. These programs cater to recent graduates or individuals with less than two years of work experience, providing them with the opportunity to pursue an MBA immediately after completing their undergraduate studies. If you're considering studying MBA abroad without any work experience, it's essential to explore early career MBA programs offered by universities and carefully review their admission requirements, curriculum, and career outcomes to determine if they align with your academic and professional aspirations. Additionally, consider how these programs can help you achieve your long-term career goals and whether gaining work experience before pursuing an MBA may enhance your candidacy and overall learning experience.

 


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