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I want to know where should I do my MBA in Environmental Management, India or Abroad?

I am right now doing graduation (B.Sc.) in Environmental Science (as major subject) from University of Pune. After which I want to do MBA in Environmental Management (or related subjects like natural resources and sustainable development, etc.). But I am not sure where should I do it from, India or Abroad....and which institutions are good for the same??

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RE: I want to know where should I do my MBA in Environmental Management, India or Abroad?

Meghna Mukherjee
Meghna Mukherjee
Verified Career Expert
Counselor at Adaptive Minds
  • Mumbai

Hi there.


Interesting career option.

Now the choice of studying whether in India or abroad is completely your choice.

Since I have no clues that in India which state you reside in, but the Insttiutes that offer an MBA in Environment management are mostly based in the Southern India.
So if you are from Mumbai, then you would have to relocate to the southern part of India.
So anyways a shift in location is going to be there

As far as the course or syllabus outline is concerned, I mostly see no difference abroad or an Indian University. Both places stress on practical experience or internship.

Now here comes the major issues.
As an environmentalists, your main job would be to investigate certain issues and come out with a solution which is eco-friendly.
Now there is a major difference in the environment when it comes to India and abroad.

Abroad is more systematic and rule obliging country. Also their lifestyle differs than India.
A project which would say last for 6 months aboraod, would take years in India and vice-versa.

So if you planning to work and make a career in India after you compete your studies, then pursuing your MBA here would be a better option, since you would be habituated with the culture here.
But never-the-less, after an abroad education, though you may take time to adjust to the environment here, but if your are a quick learner then it wont be an issue.
At the same time, you could mix and match both the cultures and come up with some unique strategy.

Hope this answers your query.

Wish you good luck.................

RE: I want to know where should I do my MBA in Environmental Management, India or Abroad?

Bharathi  Singh
Bharathi Singh
Verified Career Expert
Youth Counselor,CEO at Samudra Foundation,
  • Bangalore

Hi dear, appreciate your question

.

I suggest you take up masters in environmental science from one of the colleges from Cambridge university..before which you should have least one year experience working in India.. for more details browse Cambridge, UK.
Best wishes.

RE: I want to know where should I do my MBA in Environmental Management, India or Abroad?

Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
Verified Career Expert
Consulting Psychologist
  • Delhi

Thanks for posing question. I appreciate that you are clear about your higher study. Environmental Science is a very good subject who would like to adress world's great challenge to understand relationship between nature (environment) and mankind, and various ways to balance nature and human.

Decision whether to pursue higher study in India or abroad should be guided by your career objective. If you desire to earn professional degree and largely want to work in the country go for Indian institutes. Reputed institutions in India are:

Centre of Ecological Science, Indian Institute of Science,
Centre for Environment Eduaction, Ahmedabad
Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai
School of Environmental Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi
M S University of Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat
Delhi University


For abroad, you may consider world's leading institutions offering gloabl course in the study area are:
University of Cambridge
Harvard University
University of California
University of Queensland


Standford University
Columbai University of New York
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

You need to appear for entrance test to get into these institutions. Kindly browse details about above instutions and get yourself acquainted with the eligibility requirements and admission procedure.

If you have innovative research idea or career vision, then you may explore fellowship/scholarship to study in world's best institution. Following are scholarships available in the disciplie:
Fulbright-Nehru Master's Fellowship-USIEF
SCCF Award
You may browse scholarships from following world's leading Universities:
Harvard University
University of Californina, Berkely
University of Cambridge

To get this competitive fellowship, you need to start preperation from today. Define your career objective and conceptualize your innovative idea in the Environmental science area and do relevant voluntary work as well as profeesional experience in the area of environmental science. After graduation, you may work for a year and so. Exceptional students are ofcourse get scholaship without work experience, however, professional experience is highly appreciated. I am Fulbright alumni and can guide through the Flubright application process and other fellowships.

Hope this helps you. For any other queries, feel free to connect to me.

RE: I want to know where should I do my MBA in Environmental Management, India or Abroad?

Aparna M Venkatesan
Aparna M Venkatesan
Verified Career Expert
PhD Management And Organizational Psychologist
  • Hosur

Hello


First of all I would like to appreciate your interest for studying further after your BSc degree. Having a Masters degree will equip you better both interms of personal and professional aspects. From your inquiry, I understand you are doing your BSc Enviromental science but not sure in which you are currently on. To be able to consider studying further, and whether it is India or abroad, I think it is wise to look up for all these factors right in your final year of your undergraduation. However if you are in your first or second year, planning ahead is indeed a wise choice.

I have studied abroad, and most of my postgraduate and research degrees were done in the UK. Being abroad for education is an enriching experience and it adds more value to your personal and professional dynamics. However, choosing the right country, right University is detrimental to see a successful career in future. But there are other important factors that you need to consider if you want to study abroad like how you would source funds for your tuition fee and living expenses. If you have a Distinction score in your BSc degree so far, then you may have good probability of winning some amount of scholarships to be able to study abroad.

First let me explain, two types of degrees that you may consider.
1. MSc Environmental science/ management
2. MBA Environmental management.

1. MSc Environmental science: To be able to study this course any where abroad, you may well qualify if you complete your BSc degree with a First class. However yo ensure you get a study offer with some scholarship support, it is advisable to hold a very good percentage like the Distinction score in your BSc. There is no work experience needed to be able to study MSc any where in the world and therefore you can staright away start your MSc after your BSc.

Yet, there is a constraint with the countries you may be able to apply. USA needs a minimum of 16 years of education to be able to apply for the MSc in that country. On this note, as you will hold a three year bachelors degree accounting to 15 years of education, you may not be eligible to apply for the USA universities. Though you have excellent opportunities with Australia, UK, Singapore and the Europe.To apply for the mentioned countries, you need to have written and qualified "IELTS" exam and no other particular exam is necessary.

2. MBA:To be able to study an MBA anywhere abroad, you need to have had a minimum of two-three years of work experience after your BSc degree. Studying MBA in a top business school is only advisable and almost all the top schools never compromise with lack of work experience. So it is suggested you finish your BSc in India, gain a couple of years work experience and then consider the MBA abroad. And to study for the MBA, you need to have cleared "GMAT" and "IELTS"/ "TOEFL" exams.

I hope my perspectives served you well. If you have further inquiries, I am happy to help. All the best.


RE: I want to know where should I do my MBA in Environmental Management, India or Abroad?

Lambodar Rout
Lambodar Rout
Verified Career Expert
Founder & Lead Career Counsellor @ Edunom.com
  • New Delhi

Dear Candidate, if your plan to do PHD in ur specific subject go to abroad, so much scope thier in terms of research, if if want to make career in Corporate sector after management, I will suggest do MBA in Environ & forest Management.


List of Colleges are offering Management in Forest & environment

IIFM, Bhopal
Amity University
Annamalai University
Chatrapati Sahu institute of business education & reseach
SVIIT
TERI University & so on
if you find any doubt you can ask.

RE: I want to know where should I do my MBA in Environmental Management, India or Abroad?

Lambodar Rout
Lambodar Rout
Verified Career Expert
Founder & Lead Career Counsellor @ Edunom.com
  • New Delhi

Dear Candidate, if your plan to do PHD in ur specific subject go to abroad, so much scope thier in terms of research, if if want to make career in Corporate sector after management, I will suggest do MBA in Environ & forest Management.

List of Colleges are offering Management in Forest & environment

1.IIFM, Bhopal

2. Amity University



3. Annamalai University

4. Chatrapati Sahu institute of business education & reseach

5. SVIITTERI University & so on

if you find any doubt you can ask.

RE: I want to know where should I do my MBA in Environmental Management, India or Abroad?

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