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Job prospects in the US after Masters in Managememt

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New post 23 Feb 2018, 13:14
Hi guys,
What are the chances of an international student getting a job with an MiM degree? I have heard that given the current uncertainty circling H1B visas, companies have been hesitant to hire international students. Plus, since it isn't a STEM field, the OPT is less too. All in all, is it a good program considering all the aspects?
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New post 23 Feb 2018, 21:56
Hi Sanjana,

US has always been a great option for MBA or MIM. I will suggest that if you want to do MIM solely for learning purpose then go ahead for US , But if you are willing to get education from there and start your job in US, then I will advice you to be prepared for tough times as well. Seeing the current job market scenario in US its getting difficult for outsiders to get a Job in US.
however, if you are having admission offer from top universities in US, I will recommend you to accept the offer as the good brand will itself lend you a job, if not in US, some other country for sure .
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New post 05 Mar 2018, 03:31
Hey Sanjana,

If you want to maximize your chances of getting a job, you should go for reputed schools such as Duke, Michigan, or aim for Cornell’s MPS program. These schools have a good brand name, and thus they will help you get a good job. You can also try other schools such as Babson, or UT Dallas, both of these are STEM programs, and thus they will offer you a longer OPT period.

You will still get a pretty decent work visa, but you will need to work hard.
If you are really risk averse, you can apply to countries with a better immigration policy such as Canada or France.

Check out this blog article about Visa and Immigration: http://www.mim-essay.com/blog/visa-and-immigration/
This contains a brief overview of the policies of several countries.
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