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# Which is better ? Studying at India or Abroad

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16 Feb 2011, 21:27
From the financial perspective I need to take calculated risk regarding MBA abroad / INDIA which gives ROI ?
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16 Feb 2011, 22:05
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Again (sorry, I've answered your threads consecutively now, therefore, the word "again"), this risk or ROI is not something that anyone can calculate for you. This is the same answer as the "worth" question you posted. It really all depends on what you want to do, where you want to be, and what you consider good for an ROI.
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16 Feb 2011, 22:16
Hey thankyou
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17 Feb 2011, 03:10
I would say India though I find the only place worth going to is ISB...i don't consider the IIMs cause the CAT is out of my league
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20 Feb 2011, 10:01
If you plan to work in India, then ROI is maximum for Indian Schools. For working on Wall Street, ROI is maximum if you can make it to IIMA/IIMC and then be in top of your class to give yourself a shot at top I-Banks.
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28 Feb 2011, 20:45
It really depends on where you want to work . If it is India , ISB makes the most sense.

I plan to return to India at some point.However I find the experience on working or studying in a foreign country amazing in the way it changes a person. Each country being different, the experience is renewed each time one changes base... So for those students like me who value that experience, studying abroad is an attractive option, even if they plan to return to India at some point.
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05 Mar 2011, 01:52
It really depends on your interest. Actually which country is your preference?
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11 Mar 2011, 02:21
There are other factors to consider when comparing Indian schools to other programs abroad. Business schools in the U.S. and Europe, I think, will offer a more diverse student body and faculty. Plus, you will live in a different country and gain so many memories. It will also allow you to have a more international resume - always an advantage.

Indian schools probably offer something quite similar to the topics mentioned above. And if you want to work in India, then the top schools in that country certainly would help your future and career quite a bit. You can also build a strong domestic network with these schools.
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15 Mar 2011, 02:37
i think it depends on the name brand. i'm guessing hbs carries a lot farther than isb.
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10 Oct 2014, 05:37
Hey guys,
I was hoping to study abroad, I am still pursuing my Bcom but its never too early to start right? I just wanted to ask if it is a good decision to study outside india? It would be expensive so would it be worth it?
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10 Oct 2014, 05:44
vbooqueen wrote:
Hey guys,
I was hoping to study abroad, I am still pursuing my Bcom but its never too early to start right? I just wanted to ask if it is a good decision to study outside india? It would be expensive so would it be worth it?

I dont understand why everyone are just waiting to leave the county? I mean we have very good colleges in India too! why dont you try out here?
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10 Oct 2014, 06:01
mayurvakil wrote:
vbooqueen wrote:
Hey guys,
I was hoping to study abroad, I am still pursuing my Bcom but its never too early to start right? I just wanted to ask if it is a good decision to study outside india? It would be expensive so would it be worth it?

I dont understand why everyone are just waiting to leave the county? I mean we have very good colleges in India too! why dont you try out here?

Hey I am still n the initial stages of deciding where I want to study. I am confused which is why I am asking for your opinions. I was considering abroad because I like to travel.
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10 Oct 2014, 06:58
genelia wrote:
See, going abroad can be a very good experience but your main focus should be on your learning. If you are considering to study abroad then look for colleges which have a good curriculum. A good faculty is important. Experiencing a different country is obviously fun but keep in mind that your focus should be on the quality of education.

Ya I understand that. I want to do my MBA could you suggest some colleges which could be a good option for me?
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10 Oct 2014, 07:07
Hey if you are a travel enthusiast then you must check out SP Jain Global! So it is a part of their curriculum to study each semester in three of their campuses. I had gone for their student interactive sessions a couple of days back. Seemed like a good college to me!
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10 Oct 2014, 07:11
shree4949 wrote:
Hey if you are a travel enthusiast then you must check out SP Jain Global! So it is a part of their curriculum to study each semester in three of their campuses. I had gone for their student interactive sessions a couple of days back. Seemed like a good college to me!

Wow that sounds interesting. How does that work though? Where are their campuses? What other courses do they offer? What exam scores do they accept? Do you think it is a good option?
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10 Oct 2014, 07:17
vbooqueen wrote:
shree4949 wrote:
Hey if you are a travel enthusiast then you must check out SP Jain Global! So it is a part of their curriculum to study each semester in three of their campuses. I had gone for their student interactive sessions a couple of days back. Seemed like a good college to me!

Wow that sounds interesting. How does that work though? Where are their campuses? What other courses do they offer? What exam scores do they accept? Do you think it is a good option?

Woah! So many questions! Let me try to answer them. So how it works is that they have three campuses across Dubai, Singapore and Sydney. Each semester you study in a different city. I personally feel that it is a good option. I had gone for their student interactive session right, so they were telling us how we would be able to experience 3 different business cultures, Sheikh business culture in Dubai, Chinese business culture in singapore, and the western business culture in sydney. But not all the courses have a tri city model so check that out. You can find more details on their website: http://www.spjain.org/programs.aspx
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10 Oct 2014, 07:18
Hey thanks! I will take a look at it!
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26 Jan 2015, 04:18
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25 Mar 2015, 03:08
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24 Jun 2015, 09:27
The single best RoI is and always will be FMS Delhi.

50K INR fees for 2 years for a 20L INR job. Can't beat that. JBIMS comes close though

Seriously though, the RoIs can differ significantly depending on which level/league of colleges you're aiming for. Think of the long term non financial aspects of living abroad as well.
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