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The Indian Reality Check!

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New post 15 Apr 2018, 02:22
Hello Everyone,

Sorry if this question is a repeat here. I haven't been able to find a suitable answer from a person on the similar boat or have been through this.
As almost every other Indian, I am looking to ride the MBA dream (because I want to, not because everyone else is doing it). I do have so many big fears, Indian MBA or Abroad MBA? If I get into a top B-School (top 30-40), I will have to spend my whole fortune and study. The big fear is will I get a job in the same country and be able to clear my debt and support my family?

I would love to hear an answer from someone who has gone through this and been successful!
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New post 15 Apr 2018, 02:43
A very valid question. Hope people share experiences/answers.
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New post 15 Apr 2018, 09:58
Hello,

The comparison of Indian programs with the global ones may not be very apt as there are pros and cons.

How I see it is that there is no correct or incorrect decision here. If you go and perform, you will be fine.

I have many friends who pursued MBA from US top 40 programs and they are doing great.

If funding is a serious issue, target the scholarship friendly schools. High GMAT and strong applications become all the more important for scholarships.

Overall, you will never be able to convince yourself unless you take the plunge.

I am also an Indian and this has been my approach.

Best of luck.
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