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Evaluation of U.S Equivalency - Master in Management (MIM)

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Hi, I wanted to know if the Master of Management programs at Ross, Duke etc, which are around 9 - 10 months in duration would be viewed as a 'whole year' in the academic sense.
To be more precise, I have completed a 3 year undergraduate program from India and I was wondering if completing a Master of management from one of these institutes would be equivalent to an entire year of study, thus making it 16 years of education.
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New post 10 Nov 2017, 01:55
tina7 wrote:
Hi, I wanted to know if the Master of Management programs at Ross, Duke etc, which are around 9 - 10 months in duration would be viewed as a 'whole year' in the academic sense.
To be more precise, I have completed a 3 year undergraduate program from India and I was wondering if completing a Master of management from one of these institutes would be equivalent to an entire year of study, thus making it 16 years of education.
Thank you :-)


Tina,

you should reach out to these specific programs and ask them. This is a technical question, best answered by the program teams.

If you are considering this solely from the MBA perspective (at a later date), then a larger number of MBA programs accept a 15 years education as compared to those that accept 16 years. You will still have several options to apply to.
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