Study in India
India has one of the largest higher education systems in the world.
Management education has emerged as one of the main focuses of higher learning in India. This includes not only the MBA, but specialized business degrees such as Masters of Science in Finance or Accounting as well. Changing economic conditions and global competition have even further elevated the role of management education as a key driver in the success of individuals and corporations. What accounts for this growth? The Indian economy has grown at a healthy rate in the last decade. This growth has translated into a demand for more managers, and although the growth momentum is slowing of late demand for quality managerial talent is expected to remain steady. As businesses get more competitive and knowledge-driven, the demand for knowledge workers will continue to grow.
Students just like you explain why they opted to pursue an MBA, why they chose to study in India, how they're financing their degrees, and what strategies they used to study for the GMAT exam.
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