Is a MBA from IBA enough to get really good job offers?
Hi. Need Advice.
I have already completed my BBA from a private university. But due to recent competitive circumstances, and my interest to work in a really good company with a good pay, I want to pursue a BBA from IBA, if I am fortunate enough to get an opportunity that is.
Now I am in a dilemma. I am almost in my 30s, and another BBA would lead me to be in my mid 30s. So I was wondering should I just go for a MBA degree from IBA, or should I pursue both BBA+MBA? My point is will an IBA MBA alone open up endless opportunities for me, or will a BBA+MBA give me more opportunities? I hope I was clear enuf. Thanks.
My suggestion go for the mba from IBA no need to retake an entire 4 year course.
My suggestion is join somewhere/anywhere quickly and complete MBA evenning.
Frankly, any degree frm IBA is not worth it.
A degree frm IBA has 2 things generally: (1) no session jams (2) some social shock/prestige value.
@ ur question, no need repeating BBA, and if u tried at IBA for BBA, they might reject u during the VIVA (viva is the main bar to entry into IBA; every1 passes written but even the best get knocked off during the viva, despite the best answers).
Considering ur age and everything, good idea may b an MBA/ if u can then have a job and do a part time MBA/
If you already have a BBA degree, then why waste half a decade more on another BBA or BBA+MBA degrees just so you can get a "job"? You may try being an entrepreneur and if done right, the rewards can be tremendous. If you want to stick to getting a "better job", then pursuing evening MBA will be the most viable option. But trust me: educational background does NOT guarantee a decent job. Your experience is also a very important factor and will help you climb up the corporate ladder. At your age, it's your experience that should be the primary variable, not where you got your degree from. Assuming you graduated at the age of 24, you should have had about 5 years of professional exposure which is not a negligible factor.
Since you, a BBA graduate nearing the age of 30, have opened this account here just to ask if you should get another BBA from IBA or just MBA, I must tell you that you should know your worth. If you are confident in your abilities, you can achieve things you never "thought" you "deserve". BBA isn't rocket science, and if you know how things work, you can do pretty well even WITHOUT a degree. Look at some of the most reputable business magnets of our country. If you keep being obsessed about IBA after all these years, you will never be able to take off. It's NOT that valuable, trust me. So, think highly of yourself because if you don't, nobody else will. Be confident. Good luck!
Just do the MBA from iba. Will obviously help u to land a job. Progress in career is though a diff thing which req genuine interpersonal capacity, practical common sense, open mindset.
i hav numerous friends from nsu with below 3 cgpa or hardly around 3 but really good at marketing themselves r making above 6 digit.
once u r off to a good start cgpa and institution becomes less critical.
Studying in a good school exposes one to better peers, better teachers, studying with who opens up the mind, gives you more productive ideas, inspires you to do something out of the box. Something I thoroughly missed in the university I had completed my BBA from, where the teachers were too eager to end the classes at their earliest convenience, and where students asked the teachers about exam suggestions and drove the teacher out of the class, and cheated during the exams like drunken maniacs. Students who have not had the opportunity yet to study in a good school, always yearn for one. Such destructive schooling environment kills the learner inside one.
I actually have more than 5 years of experience coz I had been working since below age 20. The problem is I changed my career track in between (from teaching to corporate) and when I did not get good job opportunities in good corporates, where I would love to work, I see myself as lost. A lot many organisations have preferences for certain universities, and they do not even consider university graduates who do not fall within that list of preference. And I have already worked in a few SMEs and they are horrible, do not wanna join just another one for the sake of it.
Well not all people can go for entrepreneurships; probably I have a lack of ideas and inspiration, and I may attain it if I am surrounded with people who like to think differently.
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