These days many people are opting for MBA thinking that future of software industry is uncertain.
If you are planning for MBA in finance then you should be ready for tough competition from people from finance background... Otherwise go for some certifications which shows you have knowledge in Finance..
The cost of executive MBA will be around 10-18 lakhs for one year.. People think about ROI after MBA..A lot of other issues..
Coming to exam: You can take GMAT
Important thing: Your career and extra curricular activities also play crucial role..
Part time vs Full time
Part time MBA just enhances your career growth but it is not a career maker.
Goodluck for your MBA..
You will get a lot of other suggestions from MBA gurus on pagalguy.com
also, read this link where Guy Kawasaki challenges the notion of the MBA. (he's not the only one doing so lately)
And The Dream by Gurbaksh Singh chahal who built and sold a company at the age of 16 for 40 million and then built another company and sold to Yahoo for 300 million at the age of 25. He has out done me on this one no doubt and I will have to cop this one on the chin, but I'll be ready for his next venture by matching it with a venture of my own of most probably owning a cafe franchise a little later in life if I have money.
Executive MBA. Fooey. Get a real one if you want to do what an MBA does. The "Executive" means its a for-profit scam that attracts folks whose company is paying for it as a simple "ticket" getting punched.
A major part of getting an MBA is the human networking you do on campus. You can't get nearly as much in any "executive" program.
I'm not convinced that getting any MBA is a net positive economic transaction unless you are in the top 10% at one of the half-dozen world-class schools. Harvard, Wharton, Chicago, London School of Economics, MIT, take up most of the top position in any list. I'm sure that there are good national schools that do well for folks wanting to work in that country. But I'm not convinced that the increase in salary and prestige that comes from one makes up for the tuition and lost salary and lost promotions that you would get from working your butt off.
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