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Posted November 25, 2014 by

Why Should You Pursue MBA Courses?

Master Of Business Administration Concept text on background

Master Of Business Administration Concept text on background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

MBA or Master of Business Administration has become an integral part of the education system in India. It is an administration program that helps in facing all kinds of hurdles in your career by developing your skill and sharpening your knowledge. For better career opportunities opting for an MBA program is a great option. It will work like a magical wand that will help you to accomplish the desired goals. Today, it has evolved as one of the most coveted educational programs that can help the pursuer carve a better future professionally. Besides providing the necessary opportunities it also accelerates your career growth. In order to pave way for success the need is to choose the right kind of MBA program. (more…)

Posted August 22, 2014 by

5 Reasons Why You Should Get an MBA

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Businessman and graduation hat sketch. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

A study in the Journal of Education for Business found that full-time Masters of Business Administration (MBA) graduates from Top 50 schools typically have an earning salary that is 50 percent higher than their previous earnings. Additionally, this already high salary nearly doubles over the next five years. An MBA also comes with other benefits besides money. With an MBA you can be a valuable asset to companies, you can change career paths more easily and you can grow your professional network. (more…)

Posted September 28, 2012 by

B-School Applicants Decline: Damn Shame or About Time?

Mark Mehler and Gerry Crispin of CareerXroadsBy Mark Mehler and Gerry Crispin of CareerXroads

The B-school numbers are in and they aren’t pretty according to this recentĀ WSJ article by Melissa Korn. 69% of the F/T, two-year MBA degree programs in the US experienced significant declines in 2012 while 79-80% of the schools in Asia (Pacific Rim and Central Asia respectively) experienced gains. Globally the drop-off is 22% after a decline of 10% last year.

While some of this can be attributed to a return to normalcy after significant gains by B-schools during the financial crisis, you also have to wonder about the continuing value of the product exiting the many hundreds of schools granting these degrees. (more…)