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- January 11, 2014
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Hey there! I graduated in the academic year 2014 with a distinction in Arts (Specialization – Econometrics). Finance being one of the major quotient of economics, I have had myself sink into it for past 3 years and actually enjoy it. Therefore, as the latest trend suggests, I want to opt for MBA in Finance. I have no relevant research as this is just a budding thought. To add more to my plate, I am currently interning with a finance firm to have a microscopic view of the Investment industry. Now what I need is the guidance as to what I can do about this MBA craze which has stuck onto me. Having fair scores, my parents and a couple of family friends want me to not settle for an ordinary institute but to opt for a good business school. I have an idea about the bschools, but what I would need from you guys is the unbiased view when it comes to jotting down colleges and then the preparation part! (Indian and Australian colleges preferred)!
MBA is really a good option to choose. Also, both India and Australia have several good colleges for MBA. As you said, you have a distinction in your final year, this would prove to be a bonus for you. To name a few Bschools in India, we have IIMs, IBS, SPJIMR, XLRI etc, I’m sure you must be aware of them. About Australia, S P Jain Global (sister institute of SPJIMR), Melbourne Business School and University of Sydney. But here is the thing – most of the bschools require minimum of 2 years of industrial experience for you to qualify for the admissions. That’s where you might face a problem. I would always suggest you to take up a job in the relevant field, gain some experience and then opt for an MBA.
Honestly, I don’t wanna wait for couple of years. Given my nature, I’m know that once I start earning, there would be no looking back for me. Hence, would like to complete the MBA as it wouldn’t break the flow for me . So, if my lack of experience is one of the constraints, isn’t there any way out? Any other good bschools you’d want to suggest which don’t require experience?
Most of the B schools prefer students with work experience. You might want to go through their respective websites and check out if they have a masters program or if they make any exceptions. Talk to the student coordinator at the college.