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Hi, I'm interested in giving GMAT. I'm coming from a medical background from India. I have finished my post graduation also in India. I want to pursue MBA, what will be my career prospects and where can I apply? Please guide me.

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Healthcare Consulting is normally the #1 choice, for Doctors pursuing MBA.

All aspirations are for non-clinical roles.
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Welcome to GMAT Club!

Two of the main healthcare NBA schools are Fuqua and Owen (there are others too but these two come to mind).

One thing about MBA is that you need to work experience to apply to most programs. Not sure if you can count any medical post graduate work as a work experience but it would make your job a lot easier with recruiting and admissions if you did have work experience that you could draw upon four topics such as my biggest achievement, my biggest failure, lessons I’ve learned, examples of my leadership skills, and so on. It shouldn’t be hard to research healthcare NBA assuming that’s what you’re interested in. I would then reach out to student ambassadors in those programs, probably from India, and see what they think about your plans and what they would recommend.

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Thank you for your reply. Yes sure that would be helpful. Will be waiting to hear from you

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Welcome to GMAT Club!

Two of the main healthcare NBA schools are Fuqua and Owen (there are others too but these two come to mind).

One thing about MBA is that you need to work experience to apply to most programs. Not sure if you can count any medical post graduate work as a work experience but it would make your job a lot easier with recruiting and admissions if you did have work experience that you could draw upon four topics such as my biggest achievement, my biggest failure, lessons I’ve learned, examples of my leadership skills, and so on. It shouldn’t be hard to research healthcare NBA assuming that’s what you’re interested in. I would then reach out to student ambassadors in those programs, probably from India, and see what they think about your plans and what they would recommend.

Good luck!

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I am specifically researching for Business Schools that provide a concentration or specialisation in healthcare and are based out of Europe. In my preliminary research, I saw that most of the schools that cater to my needs are the ones in the US and offer the two year programs. But, given a choice, I would love to study in Europe and study in a schools that offers a 12-18 month FT MBA. Would love the inputs from others. I am already a Specialist (PostGraduate). Apart from my normal work experience while doing my MD degree, I have 6 months of post MBBS work experience and 2 years 4 months of Post MD work experience. Both of these are Full time jobs.

PS: I would be really indebted if someone gives a link that has list of all the good business schools offering MBA with specialisation in healthcare. The list can be comprised of all the business schools irrespective of where they are from.
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