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- December 08, 2012
- Preferred study destination: New Zealand
Hi Vijay, student retention rates for MBA and MBAI during 2009 were good. Out of 32 students who enrolled in semesters 2, 3, and 4 in 2009, 1 student dropped out. Graduation rate over these last three occurrences of the MBA and MBAI were 89 per cent, 93 percent, and 99 percent respectively. This MBA is recognised around the globe.
In regards to international opportunity, a foreign employer has to sponsor your work permit which is expensive and due to the inflation and recession in developed countries; employers are skeptical about employing foreigners. Still some employers employ exceptionally skilled foreigners.
As a student you can work on campus for only 20hrs a week and exceeding that will lead to deportation. pay per hour ranges from $10.00 to $60.00 pertaining to the nature of the job.
Campus recruitments are solely for regional students, this is the scenario in any institution around the globe.