Reference ID: DRC - 2016
The value of an EMBA programs (being part-time in nature) depends a lot on how your current employer (as opposed to the general market) perceives them.B.Tech in CS
interested in full time executive MBA from reputed institue. preferably in india
GMAT Planned in October
I am am aiming to shape up my career towards the TOP managerial role for which I want to be more prepare with knowledge as well as I want to get those opportunities coming my way.
Please suggest if my decision to take up EMBA will help me to achieve my aim in next 5 years.
Also I want to know how strong is my profile to get through top india/UK institutes for EMBA.
I am already 10+ years running and by the time I will apply I will be 11+ years work exp. Is it too late for me ? Top india institues like IIMs do consider professionals beyond 11/12 years work exp ?
Please let me know whether the MBA for executives (Ex: IIMs,ISB, or international schools etc) provide family accommodations ?
Sorry for asking too many questions but will request you to answer patiently.
Thanks in advance.
If your plan is to use the degree to go up the value chain in your current organisation, it'll be good for you to have a little tete-a-tete with your HR department as well as your manager. You'll have a better idea of whether you should go down that route.
Moving to full-time programs, it's late for all 2 year courses and most one year programs. IMD and PGPX type of options are still there to try out.
All full-time residential programs offer family accomodation, as long as you are willing to pay extra for those facilities. So, that shouldn't be too much of a concern.