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How to Plan MBA from Abroad

By Renu Kumari

If you are dreaming to go abroad and read the Master in Business Administration, then it is important that you do the full research before taking admission. This one step will prepare the condition and direction of your profession. Start preparing for the admission process starting in January a year ahead. Distribute the parts of your Admission Research within months and complete it in due time so that you do not have to rush in the last minute. From MBA's Research to Admission, we are giving the process as a calendar for your convenience.
How to plan MBA from Abroad
February: Start the first stairway to go abroad and do an MBAPlan your careerFocus on your career and keep focus on future goalsFind Jobs in Career FieldsWhy MBA?Think about why you want to MBAThink about how much MBA will suit your personality. Also consider how much it will give you financial satisfaction
March-April: Create a profile by realizing the ideaResearch goalsTalk to professionals who are in this jobOnce again, consider your goal as both long term and short term issues.Focus on your professional careerDo work on projects related to your goalExperience the field work, work at the international levelFocus on your promotionKeep taking stock of your academic preparation.Plan for GMAT; give 2-3 months timeGive TOEFL ExamContinue Meditation on Extra CurriculumWork on your hobbies and interests. Example: You can run an online small business, do some work for charity.Social work is not necessary though but it brings newness to your bio
May-July: Let's start school research nowChoose 5-6 colleges, you can divide them according to your preference: 2 dream colleges, 2 fitt colleges and 2 safety schoolsWhen choosing a college, take note of these things:What is the academic status of the college, according to culture, whether it suits you or not, fees, education loan, placements, and also the location.Find schools, choose courses, take experience from older people, then think if you are interstitial or notStudent ambassador, and club leaders, solve problemsYou can meet professors about your courseComplete college and course with alumni studentsIf you have time and money, then you can go to your favorite school onceCreate Admissions CalendarGMAT and send your score to the selected school
August-September:List the colleges according to your preferencePrepare right-up for application in schoolHighlight the theme and experience it.Prepare a good professional resumeTell the people you know about your goal, and ask them for the necessary suggestions.You can also consult a Preferential Career Counselor for this.Review all your applications again
October-NovemberSend 5-6 best applications to R1Start preparing for interviewDecide the deadline for the decision, then plan on R2Admission in the new year

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