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You know what the MBA stands for but not much else? This is just the right place to take your first steps in the MBA world.
The Master of Business Administration is one of the most renowned degrees in business and management globally. Professionals usually choose to obtain the diploma for three reasons. They might be interested in a new job position or a more senior role. They might even want to switch careers entirely and focus on another industry. Or they might be looking to move to another country and they need a career boost.
If you recognise yourself in any of these scenarios, the MBA Overview section will help you find out more about this study opportunity. You will learn the value of international business and management education and get a glimpse of the different formats and classes. You will get to know the advantages of doing an MBA programme and the return on investment for your career. Get started with your planning here.
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The MBA gives you choice.
Business schools have a vested interest in recruiting the best students for their programmes.
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MBA core courses are designed to equip students with fundamental business knowledge and skills essential for success in today's business landscape.
There is an ongoing debate about whether academics are capable of teaching leadership and entrepreneurship.
Hands-on MBA programmes respond to the consequences of the economic crisis by ensuring integration between classroom knowledge and real business’ needs.
Aspiring managers who want to deepen their knowledge and hone their skills without disrupting their careers can opt for a variety of part-time learning MBA…
Applications to business schools in 2009 were strongest for one-year full-time MBA programmes, with 7 in 10 receiving more applications than they did the year…
The MBA job market has improved and the number of companies planning to hire MBA graduates increased across all industries in both 2010 and 2011.
The Scandinavian countries are home to reputable business schools offering unique MBA programmes.