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5 best countries to study MBA abroad!

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RE: 5 best countries to study MBA abroad!

Jayanta Ghosh
Jayanta Ghosh
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Chief Mentor at Waymark Learning Solutions LLP
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Numerous students aspire to study abroad. Being in India, the student has dilemmas as to which country should they choose for a particular course? Different countries are known for their best colleges providing job security as well as quality education. They diversify themselves in their skill building techniques and the kind of rich knowledge they provide to the students. Almost every student goes through such situation where people impose their opinions. Cost accounting for attending a foreign MBA abroad is the natural anxiety from which a student may go through.

In India, as soon as a student conveys his desire of studying abroad to the member of his family, usually their reactions are quite disturbing and demoralizing. The money, the safety, the requirement, even your class 8th grades come into the picture. In this scenario, convincing yourself to study abroad is a hectic task and convincing your family is entirely different agenda. All that suggests is that first, you should be sure about your capabilities and desires. This knowledge would be easier to counterattack the questions your family shoots at you. Make a list of the prospective countries you are going to opt for and the University for which you will apply. Note down all the pros and cons of the country you choose for your study. While doing that, it is advisable to account for the expenditure of lodging and basic amenities in that country apart from your cost of attending the course.

A student looks at the top MBA countries for his studies in a safe foreign MBA program as well as the MBA internships and posts MBA jobs in the same country. Students generally will like to work in the same country so as to pay back their education loan which is an enormous responsibility on a student's shoulder. Your choices will carve your future. A wrong choice will destroy your future and also will land you up in a crucial situation of reimbursing the amount spent on the studies in abroad. This possibility always scares a middle-class Indian student from even thinking about going abroad. The banks have a high education loan interest which adds up to cumulative compound interest making it impossible to pay via Indian jobs for a regular student. According to the demonetization reports, the interest rates on various loans are lowered down comparatively.

The eligibility criteria and the entrance exams for foreign MBA are easily available on online portals. You can also jot down the cut offs and the score required to clinch a particular university. Application of student visa is a hectic process but thanks to the government who has amended the laws and made it easier for an aspirant to apply in the University of his Choice.

The top 5 countries that are considered to accommodate some serious high-class universities for MBA are as follows-

  • United States of America
  • England (UK)
  • Canada
  • Singapore
  • Australia


These countries provide exemplary immigration process. And they spent a lot of money to attract Indian students who give a hard time for a student to make the safe choice. Nevertheless, go with this quote if it is meant to be, it will be. It helps!

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