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What is MBA?

The MBA a Master degree of Business Administration, granted after one to two years of graduate-level university study. The curricula vary according to the program, but all expose students to the broad spectrum of business functions – finance, marketing, operations, IT, human resources and the like. In essence, your MBA degree is a certificate of general competency in all the major roles you’ll find in the modern corporation.

In job market, your MBA training will directly add value to your skills, experience and personal qualities. But more importantly, it will tie them together in one package that the market recognizes and responds to. Whether you consider an MBA a degree, a positioning, or a set of opportunities and costs, you need to ask yourself why it is right for you. In fact, every top business school will ask you this question, in one form or another, on the admissions application. They’ll ask you again during the interview. Finally, the companies that recruit on campus will probably ask you a third time. The answer seems obvious: money, opportunity, prestige.

But these one-word answers aren’t enough. Your reasons should be specific and tangible, and should function as the connecting arrows in a flowchart linking your past experience, the MBA, and your career objectives. Following are some of the most tried and tested responses.

Why an MBA?

For career progression
For career change
For credibility

Types MBA Degrees
Discover a variety of different ways to earn your MBA degree. Learn the pros and cons of different types of programs before jumping in.

Two-Year, Full-Time MBA
One-Year, Full-Time MBA
Part-Time MBA
Executive MBA Programs
Joint or Dual MBA Degree
Specialty MBA Degrees
Executive MBA Development
Online-Distance Learning MBA

Executive MBA ranking 

BusinessWeek’s first Executive MBA rankings in a decade grade 35 programs worldwide. The 2001 rankings are based on surveys of over 3,000 graduates of 82 B-schools, as well as a poll of EMBA directors at those 82 schools

1 Northwestern (Kellogg)
2 Chicago
3 University of Pennsylvania
4 Duke (Fuqua)
5 UNC Chapel-Hill (Kenan-Flagler)
6 USC (Marshall)
7 NYU (Stern)
8 Emory University (Goizueta)
9 Georgetown (McDonough)
10 UCLA (Anderson)
11 Pepperdine University
12 Texas-Austin
13 IMD (Switzerland)
14 Purdue (Krannert)
15 Western Ontario (Ivey)
16 Washington (Olin)
17 Vanderbilt (Owen)
18 Columbia
19 SMU (Cox)
20 Georgia State (Robinson)
21 Thunderbird, American Graduate School of International Management
22 Boston University
23 London Business School
24 Queens University
25 Minnesota (Carlson)
26 Wake Forest (Babcock)
27 Michigan State (Broad)
28 Tulane
29 Case Western Reserve (Weatherhead)
30 Arizona State
31 Pittsburgh (Katz)
32 University of California, Irvine
33 The Chinese University of Hong Kong
34 Rotterdam School of Management (Erasmus)
35 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

(Source: Business Week)

International Accreditation

There are several independent organizations that evaluate the quality of MBA programs.

AMBA: MBAworld



Online MBA

Arizona State University

Aspen University

California State University – Dominguez Hills


Georgia WebMBA

Indiana University

Indiana Wesleyan University

Lansbridge University, New Brunswick, Canada

Marist College On-Line

Marylhurst University

Morehead State University

Ohio University

Salem University

Suffolk University

T. Boone Pickens College of Business, West Texas A&M University

Tiffin University

University of Dallas

University of Findlay

University of Florida

University of Michigan-Flint

University of Newcastle

University of New South Wales

University of Tulsa

University of Wisconsin Whitewater

UT TeleCampus

Webster University

Asian B-School

Asian Institute of Technology
CEIBS (China Europe International Business School)
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Chulalongkorn University
Hong Kong University
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Indian Institute of Management at Ahmedabad
Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
International University of Japan/
Lahore University of Management Sciences
University of Malaya
Nanyang Technological University
National University of Singapore
Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology
Sun Yat-Sen University
Universiti Putra Malaysia
Australian Graduate School of Management
University of Melbourne
University of Waikato Management School


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