Posted by Adarsh on 06/04/19 4:28am
Hello, I'm currently pursuing a BBA program at a university here in Pakistan.I was interested in pursuing a MiM straight outta university, as I won't have the work experience for a top MBA program.My first choice countries to study are the UK and the US. I'm not really interested in studying anywhere else besides that.I was looking into some top schools there. But I have a question, many of their sites say the MiM program is for undergrads from a stem or arts background who want to take up the business world. I looked up the programs at Michigan Ross, penn state, kellogg, and they all say that on their site.I have a business/management background, can I still apply? Will it be worth getting into these programs for me? And most importantly, do I have less chances of getting into top programs because I have a management/business background?Thanks.
Posted by thomas.graf on 06/04/19 4:31pm
in my Global MIM Survey I found out that Masters in Management differ by their target groups.
If you studies business before, I always recommend to choose a MIM program that requires a business degree because it appears to avoid redundancy in terms of curricula.
In my search engine at http://www.mim-compass.com you find the filters "Program focus" and "Academic requirements". I recommend to search for the following category:
By Thomas GrafAuthor of the MIM eBook
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