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MBA in India for an international student [#permalink] New post 18 Jun 2013, 10:52
Will my MBA from India be beneficial to me if i happen to move abroad in future?

I am currently 23 years and a Canadian citizen, holding my OCI (overseas citizen of India) card. I have done my 10th, 12th, university and 1 year graduate certificate program from canada. But now i am deciding to move to India to do my MBA IN HR from one of the top 25 b-schools in india. Is it a good idea to do my mba from india. I don't mind moving back to india, but in future, if i decide to move to other country, will it be challenging for me to find a job?
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Re: MBA in India for an international student [#permalink] New post 19 Jun 2013, 17:52
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If you wish you work somewhere in Asia, an MBA from India is a good choice. The XLRI's MBA-HR is ranked no.1 in Asia. However as soon as you graduate from the B-school you might not find a job abroad, but after working for few years in India, I don't think finding a job in other countries within Asia would be difficult. But if you wish to go back and work in Canada, I don't think an MBA from India would help much.
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Re: MBA in India for an international student [#permalink] New post 24 Jun 2013, 01:32
MBA in India is valuable if it takes from good colleges or institutes.An mba degree gives you better jobs and packages.For professionals mba degree offers growth in their career.Nowadays online mba also have high demand among students and professionals.An distant mba degree from a good affiliated institution makes your career better.
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