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Choices for an Indian MBA aspirant other than ISB

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Choices for an Indian MBA aspirant other than ISB [#permalink] New post 26 Dec 2012, 02:24
I am an engineer with 3+ years of exp now and have determined to go for ISB(Indian School of Business) applications in 2014. As now because of immigration rules and no opportunities for Indian students in foreign MBA schools we have very scarce choices.
I have searched a lot for this question but haven't got any good answer for my question.
What are the choices for an aspirant like me other than ISB?
Which top foreign schools actually provides jobs to immigrant students and help in issues regarding immigration and Visa?
I am only looking for Top 20 colleges in world list and will not do MBA if my choices are below this list.

Could someone please answer these for me?
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Re: Choices for an Indian MBA aspirant other than ISB [#permalink] New post 26 Dec 2012, 04:38
//I am an engineer with 3+ years of exp now // Which engineering ? What experience
//and have determined to go for ISB(Indian School of Business) // Why do you want to go to a business school?
// As now because of immigration rules // Which country(ies)?
//no opportunities for Indian students in foreign MBA schools // Did you check out the stats ?
//I have searched a lot for this question but haven't got any good answer for my question.// Searching for "no opportunities for Indian students in foreign MBA schools" will give results supporting your search query. Search for placement statistics. Talk to current (Indian) students from schools of your preference. You will get a real picture.
//What are the choices for an aspirant like me other than ISB?// It is not up to some one to decide. It is up to you. Each school is different. There are hell lot of factors like Alum Network, Location advantage, Academics, Return of Investment, Concentration ...... list goes on
//Which top foreign schools actually provides jobs to immigrant students and help in issues regarding immigration and Visa?// Are you talking about Teaching assistant jobs ? ? Because only jobs at the schools which schools provide are these. If you are talking about post MBA job opportunities, each school has career services divisions which will mould you to get the job of your interests[better rephrase it .. fetch you an internship]
//I am only looking for Top 20 colleges in world list and will not do MBA if my choices are below this list.// Again Top 20 ... What do you mean by top 20? As previously mentioned, it depends on concentration . For example, if you are looking at Marketing it is Kellogg which is World 1.

All this response is from 9 months of research on Graduate Schools of Business and also 9 months of introspection. I assume most of them are right. Some of them could be wrong. My fellow gmatclubbers will correct those.

And finally Welcome to GMATclub .......

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Re: Choices for an Indian MBA aspirant other than ISB [#permalink] New post 26 Dec 2012, 05:35
@raghav...there are 2 things you can learn : Modesty and not being Biased.
Catch a breath man, you should learn how to converse or some people skills if you aspire for MBA.
Anyways management is not throwing questions and issues, you could have replied with the answers by using your assumptions wherever required. The questions were very basic for you as you have researched for almost an year now.

--My engineering and exp is irrelevant for your knowledge to answer this query.
Why do you want to go to a business school??? --Are you serious in asking me this question. :)
--I hope you are aware of all the European and US schools giving opportunities to there citizens and the strong immigration rules, if not then please search for it your self.
--I have spoken to few but haven't got any clear picture that's why I posted the query. :)
--Choices? I assume you are interested in MBA for ROI mainly so do I. If you are not then also I will say I m only interested in ROI coz all other factors revolve around this. Location is not a matter.
--Yes I am talking about Post MBA services. For non natives the post MBA services are not that good and reliable.
--Top 20 means Top 20 list of colleges in world. I hope you are aware of that and you are aiming for the same list and not going to satisfy for any college.

Now if you have answers please reply. I assume that you will not have any more queries and if any you will answer it wisely.
Lets have a healthy discussion if you can, we are here to grow our network and help each other.

Management can be learned from daily life too, you just need to apply your 'Beautiful Mind'.

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Re: Choices for an Indian MBA aspirant other than ISB [#permalink] New post 26 Dec 2012, 05:43
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If this blame game continues from either side, then some mod may issue a warning or lock this topic. We are not here to insult anyone but to rather discuss. It can be possible that one may disagree with the other person, but the members have to maintain the decorum.
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Re: Choices for an Indian MBA aspirant other than ISB [#permalink] New post 26 Dec 2012, 06:23
Is my reply that offensive :O ......... If so I did not mean that .. If you feel offended, I am extremely sorry ....
And please try to read my reply with little cool and composed mind [keeping in mind that was not offensive]. Hope that helps.
"An MBA is not just for ROI." A smiley to cool you down :D
Re: Choices for an Indian MBA aspirant other than ISB   [#permalink] 26 Dec 2012, 06:23
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