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MOST IMP QUESTION BEFORE MBA ..PLZZ HELP ...

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MOST IMP QUESTION BEFORE MBA ..PLZZ HELP ... [#permalink] New post 10 Jan 2013, 22:17
What is the current scene for Indian Students studying in (M7 +Next 8) Business Schools in US?Are they able to get good jobs after MBA ?How much role does Visa sponsoring play in final FT Recruiting for Indians there who doesn't have work permit/green card ?Is the competition tough for foreign graduates (~around 40% of the class I guess ) as the firms may have limited quota for foreign students.

I am planning on my MBA and I was shortlisting schools .I would like to know your honest opinion on this.Is it worth taking 100k + loan and apply to US MBA schools.I don't have that kind of money but I am willing to take risk if it really worth?
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If it wasn't worth it, most people wouldn't do it! I do know a bit about the Indian scene, but look at it this way, people are coming from great IT jobs in India with what? 30K salaries? something around there? If you get into a school in the Top 10, you more than triple that salary, plus bonuses and all the rest.... not tooooo bad right??? As you go down the list of the rankings, the postMBA salaries go down, but then again so does the tuition! So it might make sense for you even then.

The easiest way to figure it out is to do the math - look at average MBA salaries in YOUR INDUSTRY of a school you feel like you are likely to get into, and do the math including tuition and lost opportunity costs over five years, then over ten.. and see how it works out for you!
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