‘Which company is going to hire me?’ ‘What salary packages they’ll be offering? Will it be worth to accept that?’ or ‘Should I go for MBA and then join some company!’ are the few questions you struggle during the last semester of undergraduate program.
Well, if you’re landing to acquire MBA immediately after under graduation degree then we’ll suggest you stop! First work in any organization, industries at least for two years and then incept the journey of MBA. After few years of working experience, you can go for international b-schools for the pursuance of MBA after qualifying GMAT.
The main advantage of gaining work experience first then pursuing MBA is whether it IIM-Ahmedabad in India or Harvard Business School (HBS) in US, both the B-schools count the areas of achievement gained during the working in any organization. It gives a lift to your profile and enhances your resume. There are other benefits which you’ll get after becoming a working professional while pursuing the MBA course.
If you’ve few years of experience, you’ll be confident. Because, your past experiences will help you in learning the new managerial skills, and you can hone your skills with authentic and accurate knowledge.
As we discussed earlier, the top b-schools prefer candidates with work experience as management studies are oriented from corporate culture. Therefore, earlier working experiences give you an edge over non-working professionals. And through GMAT you can embark to any b-schools across the globe.
Since you’ll be having working experience for a couple of years, so it will be easy to ascertain that in which profile you want to take your career to meet future endeavours.
Your earlier working experience with a master degree of MBA adds up more points while sitting for the interview. You’ll be highly preferred by the big corporate houses. Your MBA cost will be easily repaid as it promises high salary packages.
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