Is Work experience necessary for MBA in abroad?

Asked by Shruti Jain over 2 years ago

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Jim Anderson

Jim Anderson

Investment Banking Associate at JPMorgan Chase & Co

Hello, Shruti Jain. Hope you’re doing good.

Yes, all top MBA University's admission committees not only look for educational qualification but work experience too. They look for skills in students and how they differ from other applicants ,how  they can benefit from the program. Although some top MBA schools are willing to look at exceptional applicants who don’t have any experience, this is rare. MBA is an intensive course. If you're a student from India and would like to study abroad, here are some things you need to take into account before taking the plunge. It’s not a mandatory requirement to have a business or management degree to apply for an MBA in the UK or US.

Requirements you need to consider before landing an admit  at business school:

-Work experience (school dependent)
-Competitive GMAT Exam Score (varies for each university)
-English language proficiency score i.e. IELTS, TOEFL
-MBA essays (as required by business school)
-Recommendation letters from previous academic and professional institutions Once these documents are approved by the admission committee, candidates are invited to the business school for a face-to-face interview.

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