- 1 Why do you want to pursue MBA?
- 2 How do you answer why do you want to do MBA?
- 3 What do you want to do with an MBA?
- 4 Is an MBA a waste of money?
- 5 What skills does an MBA give you?
- 6 What are your strengths?
- 7 What are your weaknesses?
- 8 What is MBA salary?
- 9 What is the fees for MBA?
- 10 Is an MBA better than a masters?
- 11 Why is MBA expensive?
- 12 What is an alternative to an MBA?
- 13 Is MBA only for rich?
Why do you want to pursue MBA?
Many students choose an MBA because they want to become entrepreneurs and learn how to start and grow a business. They have a big dream and want to know how to turn it into reality. Here’s why an MBA can help you become a successful entrepreneur: Many MBA graduates end up starting their own business.
How do you answer why do you want to do MBA?
Personalize your answer for why MBA by combining it with why you have chosen to pursue this program from a specific school. Thoroughly research the business school or university before appearing for the interview and mention the main reasons why you selected to pursue your MBA from a certain academic institution.
What do you want to do with an MBA?
While job titles vary from company to company, here are some common examples of positions MBA graduates fill, from entry- to executive level:
- Accounting manager.
- Finance manager.
- Financial analyst.
- Budget analyst.
- Data analyst.
- Investment banker.
- Investment fund manager.
- Marketing manager.
Is an MBA a waste of money?
MBA applications always go up during a bad economy. That is because business school generally attracts people who are lost, and more people who feel more lost when the bad job market is lousy. This is a recession where there are no GOOD jobs.
What skills does an MBA give you?
10 important soft skills developed by MBA students
- Leadership. Earning your MBA is about leaping forward in the resources you bring to the job and readying yourself to act as a leader.
- Critical thinking.
- Cross-cultural competency.
What are your strengths?
In general, your strengths should be skills that can be supported through experience. For example, if you list communication as a strength, you may want to recall a situation in which you used communication to reach a goal or resolve a problem.
What are your weaknesses?
Examples of weaknesses related to your work ethic might include:
- Leaving projects unfinished.
- Providing too much detail in reports.
- Shifting from one project to another (multitasking)
- Taking credit for group projects.
- Taking on too many projects at once.
- Taking on too much responsibility.
- Being too detail-oriented.
What is MBA salary?
Jobs after MBA graduates in Banking and Finance offer a starting salary of 10 to 15 lakhs per year. Though these big figures are reserved for the graduates of the top tier schools in the country, even an MBA from other schools can start you off with a good 4 to 5 lakh per year package.
What is the fees for MBA?
The MBA fee for IIMs range from Rs 10 Lakh to Rs 2 Lkah and other top B-schools such as XLRI, SPJIMR and MDI Gurgaon MBA fees ranges from Rs 15 Lakh to Rs 23 Lakh. Most of the top B-schools in India will cost between Rs 10 Lakh to Rs 23 Lakh.
Is an MBA better than a masters?
While the MBA is suited to students from any academic or professional background who want greater career flexibility, management roles, or business ownership, Masters programmes are the better option for students who want highly specialised knowledge in a specific area.
Why is MBA expensive?
Why is MBA costlier than other courses? It is a well-known fact that MBA is also among the most expensive courses to study globally. Aspirants pay hefty fees to complete the two-year programme. So the course includes a large amount of money apart from the tuition fees of the B Schools.
What is an alternative to an MBA?
Other alternatives consist of MSc in the fields of Marketing, Finance, International Business, Entrepreneurship, MS in Data Analytics, and Masters in Engineering Management.
Is MBA only for rich?
‘MBA Hype ends’, ‘there is no career after MBA’ only ‘rich people can buy MBA degrees today ‘; if you are an MBA aspirant, you would have certainly come across such statements from your friends, peers, parents and even academic experts in the recent years.