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How to get admissions
Ashish A.K profile image Ashish A.K Member Join date: Sep, 2014 Posts: 1 Points: 0

I am a final year aeronautical engineering student,willing to do MBA in airport management.So if i get to know the information regarding the overall admissions procedure to study abroad,it would have been very helpful for me.

  • September 27, 2014
  • Preferred qualification: Undergraduate | Preferred study destination: United Kingdom

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Aditi Jain profile image Aditi Jain Member Join date: Sep, 2014 Posts: 2 Points: 30

Dear Ashish,

Greetings of the day!

Thank you for your email.

You have mentioned that you wish to do MBA in Airport Management from UK. You have variuos good options for the said course but the degree is MSc and not MBA. The reason being is that MBA is a very general term in Uk and may not have specializations as required. In oreder to be a specialist in a particular field, the recommended course for freshers is MSc and not MBA. Moreover, the top end universities ask for 2 3 years of managerial work experience as well for MBA.

Cranfield University is a very strong option for Masters in Airport Management. We can also work out options for Air Transport management.

Please let us know your bachelors scores and from which university are you pursuing so that we can proceed ahead accordingly.

Look forward for the required informtaion.

Thanks & Regards

Aditi Jain

Team Hotcourses India

 

Neha Jain Neha Jain Contributor Join date: Sep, 2014 Posts: 16 Points: 156

hello frd,

i found one site on that all the information about study abroad is available how to get admission , how to get student visa,scholership etc just check out www.msmbainusa.com

 

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