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Tell me about the procedure to go to Australia for MBA from Bangladesh

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  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: Australia
I mean should I take help from the counselor? I want to go for next year spring semester. So when I need to go for all processing?

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Thank you for this question.

The study abroad counselor plays a very important role in your career choice. The  investment you do on your career choice is huge and study abroad counselor helps you in making right choice in selection of programs, right university, right cost, good scholarship, right location preference, and guides you in your admission, documentation and visa process. The role of study abroad counselor is larger than what I have mentioned above.

The counselor provides you control on your career decision, provided you choices, and gives you options for selection. The career decision of yours is probably based on one or more of the factors like affordability, ranking, and satisfaction. The counselor role is to help you in meeting your factors and help you in making right career decision.

The study abroad counselor is more important than the mutual funds experts with whom we invest our money. We trust the mutual fund expert similarly we should trust our study abroad counselor. The study abroad counselor does not have NAV system to prove how much money he/she saves and how much ROI he/she provides you on your career investment. Hence you find such questions on counselor need. 

The money you probably invest in your counselor is less than 1% of the total cost of education and I therefore find the study abroad counselor affordable and must for ALL study abroad aspirants.

Good Luck!

Warm regards,

Richard Lasrado 

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Hello Again,

The few good MBA Universities in Australia are:

1. University of Melbourne

2. Australia National University

3. University of Sydney

4. University of Queensland

5. Monash University.

Student need to take IELTS and GMAT is required in few cases. Work experience will also be required in few top universities. The other documentation is your mark sheet, two reference letter, and statement of purpose. Please check University website for admission requirements before you apply.

Australia has July and Feb intake and you need to apply 8 to 10 months in advance for admission. Scholarships are limited for MBA programs.

All the BEST!!!

Warm Regards,

Richard Lasrado

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