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- March 27, 2012
- Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: Singapore
Hi Nirmal, Singapore is a good place to do MBA and James Cook University is a Top 400 University to pursue MBA. It is also accredited in Singapore ( Edu Trust) by the government and also recognised by the industry in Singapore.
Students studying in Singapore are not allowed to work when you do your MBA. But you can apply for a Job and once you get a job, you can apply for a Work permit or Employment Pass and it will entitle you to stay in Singapore as long as the firm wishes you to stay.
Once you finish the course, in general you are not given any extension of visa. You have to have a Work Permit or Employment Pass or yo can apply for a social pass and you can stay a maximum of 2 to 3 months to look for a job.
In general, you need have to apply for a job relevant to your education. If the employer finds you suitable for a job not completely relevant to your MBA, then you can apply for Work Permit or EP.