Aashish Sood is an IIM-Lucknow alumnus who has been teaching maths and quantitative aptitude to MBA aspirants for over a decade.
He also mentors management student hopefuls for the group discussion and personal interview rounds that follow competitive examinations.
He has appeared for CAT seven times since 2016 and scored in the 99.9 percentile.
Sood has 16 years of work experience as a management consultant, strategy consultant and research associate.... more
My Son has got 1yr MBA admission in UK in University of Buckingham. It cost about 25 to 35 Lakhs for the studies and living cost. After MBA, he would get visa for working there, but no campus recruitment. Can I know whether doing MBA in UK is worth spending this much money? What about job opportunities at UK after his MBA? What is the feedback on MBA from University of Buckingham? How to proceed, kindly advise.
Ans: Congrats for this.
The job market in entire Europe is highly competitive and, while the opportunities may be enough, getting one will depend on a lot of factors - One of which is an MBA.
It also depends on past academic track and communications and other soft skills - Which are evaluated at a more rigid standard than in India
To gather specific information about the University of Buckingham and its MBA program, you may want to:
1. Contact the university's admissions office for detailed program information.
2. Connect with current students or alumni to get their perspectives.
3. Attend any virtual or in-person information sessions organized by the university.
4. Research online forums or social media groups where students discuss their experiences.
You need to remember that the validity of degrees, from abroad, might need additional scrutiny in case your son is planning to return immediately after his MBA.
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