Should I do MBA abroad after being a medical student in India?
Asked by Hrushikesh Kamble over 1 year ago
The first question you are going to ask yourself as a physician and agree with me, human beings will ask you this query a zillion times; Why MBA????
Now you can either go for
- MBA in hospital management/healthcare management.
- Gen MBA or PGDM/PGPM - The reputed B-schools have diploma programs, and in programs, you will have possibilities throughout all the industries, not only healthcare. And for obvious reasons, healthcare possibilities will be lesser in number.
- Pharmaceutical corporations - Good area, exact prospect, Job description: Sales manager/product manager/medical advisor. I was not interested in sales. But the clinical guide role is quite good. It involves income as well.
- Medical gadget companies - They surely select doctors with business/Management degrees. Same roles as a medical consultant, where you want to go to the hospitals and educate doctors and other human beings on how to use machines and market and sell the devices.
- Insurance organizations - Product manager/Medical underwriter. In my opinion, product supervision is one of the first-class roles on offer where you get to plan an insurance scheme and see humans use it. Medical underwriters are the ones who appear at several faces more than giving a man or woman any form of insurance.
- Hospitals - Operations/Manager. Roles generally require information on the operation (the subject in MBA).
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