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hai ,i have completed computer science engineering in chennai and I am looking for mba , can anyone give guidance to pursue mba course abroad and my course budget is around 11 laks rupees
- February 03, 2015
- Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: Singapore
Add a quick reply to 'I would like to do my MBA in Singapore. I have completed my Bachelors in Engineering.'
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Thanks for the query.
You can apply for MBA course in Singapore.Institutes like Kaplan,PSB academy,James Cook university,MDIS offer this course.The public universities of singapore like NUS,NTU offer the course but they need 3-4 years of work-ex and a good GMAT score.The budget for the public universities is more around 20-25 lacs.
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Even i have done my bachelors in engineering (computer science). after my engineering i got placed and have been working with the software company since the past 2 and a half years now. I feel that i have understood the industry pretty well. However i want to be more involved in the management aspect of it that is moving to the client side. Therefore i was thinking of doing an MBA and i have heard that singapore is one of the best places to study. Do suggest if this is a good option.
I think its a very good choice. And yes singapore is one of the best countries for higher education. The infrastructure is pretty good and a lot of job opportunities especially for IT!
You know if you are from an IT background check out MBA courses which offer specializations in IT management. You mentioned that you want to shift to the client side. This would be an apt course for you!
Hey thanks for your suggestions guys!
@alia - are you aware of colleges in singapore which offer an IT specialization?