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- September 24, 2012
- Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United Kingdom
Many UK Universities offer an MBA for freshers. The entry requirements for these programs are uaually an upper second-class and and good level of English as evidenced by an English proficiency test (IELTS/TOEFL) or a 65% and above in your HSC English.
To name a few of the Universities offering MBA in the Jan/Feb Intake
1. Coventry University London Campus - MBA Global Business, course fees is GBP13780 .
2. University of Glamorgan (Wales) - MBA, Course Fees is GBP10200
3. University of Wales Newport - MBA with specializations in Finance, HR, Marketing etc Course Fees is GBP10500
4. Cardiff Metropolitan University - MBA with specializations.
5. University of Bedfordshire - MBA with specialzations.
The Universities also offer some scholarship.
All the best for your UK study venture.
Hi,Post-Study Work route is be closed from April 2012.
Important information on new rules:
Those graduating from a UK university with a recognized degree, PGCE, or PGDE will be able to switch into Tier 2.
There will not be a limit on these switchers.
They will only be able to switch if they are in the UK, before their student visa expires.
The normal Tier 2 requirements will apply, except for the Resident Labour Market Test.
Genuine student entrepreneurs with a great idea are able to stay on in the UK to develop their business proposition.
On completion of studies, student can acquire two years work permit in the UK under Post Study Work Permit scheme with Point Based System.
The Points Based System (PBS) is a system for managing migration for those wishing to enter the UK for work or study.
Tier 1 (General) Migrant of the Points Based System was launched for foreign nationals living in the UK on 29 February 2008 and replaced the
Highly Skilled Migrant Program (HSMP).
For more read UK Student Visa rules and procedures updated.
I have completed MBA in HR and Finance and want to take further certificate courses for HR in England as well as job apportunities for it. So please give me a good advice.