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Guidance for MBA or MS

  • Karan Bajaj profile image
  • Karan Bajaj Original poster
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate
Hi , I am a working professional in IT company with 1.5 years of experience. I graduated in 2012 with a CGPA of 6.67 out of 10 point scale. I am not much interested in IT and want to go for MBA in canada or US but due to my less CGPA and work ex , I wont get admission in gud university. So I am very confused about going for GMAT or to go for Some MS course. Please give some advice on how to proceed and what to target. thanks in advance

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  • Kanimozhi K.L
  • Kanimozhi K.L Expert

It all depends on what you wish to achieve after your degree. A CGPA of 6.67 is reasonable though not so good. There are many universities in USA that offer MBA admissions with such average scores; however Canada gives more importance to academics. You need to select the university that matches best to your academics profile and financial budget. Then work on the documents such as Statement of Purpose, Letters of recommendation, academic transcripts and submit an application to the university. You can find the list of universities on Uniguru that offer MBA and MS degrees. Here is a nice expert video on the topic MBA vs Masters and which is better.

  • Shana Ajesh profile image
  • Shana Ajesh Participant

If you are interested in MS getting admission for Ms with suitable specialization is some what possibel for your profile.But for MBA and that too in good Universities GMAT is needed.

Or else you can prefer Australia option where you will get admission for MBA and MS without much effort.

  • Tina Kapoor profile image
  • Tina Kapoor Participant

I have just completed my Bachelors in marketing and I would now like to apply for MBA. I know that most of the colleges accept students only with work experience but I am very eager in completing my MBA at this stage as after a few years my parents would force me to get married and might not be able to complete my MBA. If I finish my MBA before getting married it would help me become independent in the future. Are there any colleges abroad which provides MBA program to students with no work experience?

  • Divya Mehta profile image
  • Divya Mehta Participant

I think you have made a very wise decision and I strongly believe that women should be independent. There are many colleges in Dubai and USA which offer MBA courses to freshers. Unfortunately I am not aware of any specific colleges.

  • Sahil Patel profile image
  • Sahil Patel Participant

Hey! As far as I know NUS, Nanyang and S P Jain School of global management offer MBA programs to freshers.

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