Working in a corporate for 2-3 years and feel stuck in your corporate job, bored of monotonous
growth and wondering how to get ahead in your career. Then you are not alone, you are one of
the many young workforce in the country.
MBA, is an option you can look for. For Indian General Category students there are two good
options –CAT and GMAT. With CAT, you can get into top Indian B-School and you need 95% +
percentile. You can give CAT only once and the format remains unpredictable. Many freshers
give CAT and target the IIM’s.
GMAT is good option for experienced people, you can prepare well and give it multiple times till
you get a good score. There are many Indian B-School that are taking GMAT as well – ISB,
Great Lakes, and S P Jain among the better ones. The average experience in these colleges
are also more than 2 years. They look for candidates with diverse background.
If you want an international exposure S P Jain is a good option, you can study in Dubai,
Singapore and Sydney. They have customised programs for IT, Financial Executives,
Marketing and Supply Chain Management. They have packed 2 years MBA course in 1 year- 3
semester. So it is going to hectic, but you will make most of the year spent there. You will
become part of prestigious S P Jain Alumni. S P Jain Global MBA program has got a Global
Top Ten ranking by Forbes in its Best International MBAs: One-Year Program rankings (2015 -
Companies are becoming global, S P Jain gives global experience to tackle and interact with
global counterparts. The economies are getting interconnected, Selling in china or oil prices
falling- effects every world economies. Hence, Global exposure becomes more and more
important. Three semester in 3 different campuses in Dubai, Sydney and Singapore. These
countries represents a dynamic regional economy and an ideal background to learn global
business, apply your learning and experience in a global context and build important
You can finish your MBA in on year, and get back to work soon. Many fortune 500 companies
are part of the school’s recruitment cycle.