one more query
what if i consider Masters in Management programs?
do i have a good chance?
which b-school MIM programs are best?
and what is their scope and future prospects as compared to MBA?
That's four more queries, but who's counting?
You should check out the EssaySnark blahg, we have a lot of posts on these topics. To give you some general direction:
- The MiM programs are usually pre-experience, meaning they're for early career candidates with very little work experience. Some are 0-1 years, others are looser. You need to look into the requirements carefully to see if you qualify.
- If you feel you don't have enough work experience to benefit from (or gain entry to) a good MBA program, then our advice is to work hard, build up good stories of leadership and contribution, and plan to apply in another year or so, when you'll be able to take the most advantage of the opportunity
- We don't have nearly enough information to say if you "have a chance" (and in fact that question is sort of silly - of course you have a chance - everyone has a chance)
- the MiM programs that are best are typically the ones at the top MBA programs. Beyond that, it's subjective, and "best" depends on what you want to do with the education and why you're going back to school.
- Don't know what you mean by "scope."
- Prospects are based on what you want to do with the opportunity. Post-grad salaries are significantly lower for MiM grads than for MBA. We have posts on the EssaySnark blahg that talk about this
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