Posted by stpk on 06/14/14 3:54pm
This is Teja i've 91% in my 10th and 97 in my 12th. But my graduate academics are less with only 75.
Currently i've an experience of 2.5 years in a MNC in India. I got an 8 band in IELTS.
Please let me know my chances of getting into a MIM with IELTS alone in USA/GER.
Thanks in Advance.Teja.
Posted by Thomas Graf on 06/15/14 4:21pm
if you have 2.5 years of work experience, you are an MBA candidate - not a MIM candidate. I recommend you to check my MBA Compass platform. There you can use the Filter "Entry requirements" to search for MBA programs that:
ps Read my ebook "Roadmap to your Master in Business Degree" (MIM / MBA etc.)
Posted by PRAGADEESH on 10/23/18 6:00pm
Hi, I will be having 2 years of experience by this December 2018. I am think of doing an MIM as MBA requires a competitive GMAT score and Work experience of 4+ years to have a good chances of getting admitted.I am planning to give my IELTS by January and will aim for a score of 7+ band. Please tell me good universities to target with IELTS alone.CGPS 7.23HSC 87%SSLC 95%
Posted by thomas.graf on 10/25/18 10:33am
the MIM is for graduates with no or only up about to 1.5 years of work experience. The MBA is for professionals with a minimum of 2 years, some schools require 3 years.
So, for you the MBA is the right choice.
Also, the MBA is not the same as the MIM. Please read my article on the difference between MIM and MBA and read my eBook to better understand how you find the "right" program for YOU.
By Thomas GrafOwner MIM CompassAuthor of the MIM eBook
Posted by Sumair Singh slathia on 09/26/19 7:54am
Hi , i am sumair i scored 80 % in 10 ,77% in 12 then i am final year of graduation b.com(hons) sem 156% ,sem2 68 %, sem3 69% sem4 60 % what are the chances of me selecting in good mim colleges in usa . Can you please tell me some good colleges for mim in usa without gmat and evaluate on Ielts only
Posted by thomas.graf on 09/26/19 10:38am
we don't evaluate profiles. But we provide information on how you can evaluate your profile yourself.
(1) In the survey The MIM - Entry requirements for the Master in Management you learn about the admissions criteria that 53 international MIM programs apply to select their students.
(2) In the eBook Business Masters - How you find the best Master in Management or MBA we provide a step-by-step procedure on finding out, which school and program best fits your profile.
By Thomas GrafAuthor of the MIM eBook
Posted by Priya on 12/01/19 9:51am
Hi I'm Priya.I'm from India.Currently working in an MNC in Japan as an application engineering.Graduated in the month of July,2019I have 8 months internship experience from an MNC in Indian.I have 92% in my 10th, 94% in my 12th and 80% in my BE in CSE.I'm looking forward to purse MiM or MBA online.Can anyone suggest me the most affordable universities that provide online degree, without much work experience and no GRE/ GMAT.
Posted by thomas.graf on 12/02/19 9:41am
the MBA is the wrong option for you as you need a minimum of 2 years of work experience (3-5 years would be better). The MIM, instead, would suit your profile betetr if you are interested in general management.
If your only criteria are "not expensive" and "no GMAT/GRE", you will have to go from each school's websites to the next one by one, I am afraid.
A better approach may be to analyze your career goals first, however, and then search for programs that help you reach your career goals optimally. Ince you have identified them, you can still compare the required resources (such as costs or tests) and assess which ones may be workable for you (e.g. via scholarships).
In the eBook Business Masters - How you find the best Master in Management or MBA we provide a step-by-step procedure on finding out, which school and program best fits your profile.
Posted by Aashi Jain on 12/12/19 2:09am
I read your article about difference in MiM and MBA, thank you so much for the insights.
I want to know if i can make it to a B school without a gre/GMAT score
CGPA - 8.812TH - 8310TH - 94IELTS - 8+
Posted by thomas.graf on 12/12/19 8:32am
I recommend you to carefully read the survey The MIM - Entry requirements for the Master in Management. Here you find the criteria of 53 international business schools - this will help you assess, which schools may fit your profile better.
Thomas GrafAuthor of the two MIM eBooks
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