As you start shortlisting your location the one thing you are assured with the GMAT is that it is the most widely accepted exam amongst the FT Top 100 Global MBA Programs!
What are the things that make these countries the most popular MBA destinations?
1. UK – High return on investment, including the low opportunity cost of not working during the duration of the program. The UK is the most preferred study abroad destination and more and more students from America are choosing the UK for study abroad for a full degree.
2. US– Many students, across the globe that are opting to study in the US, a market that has seen particular growth. Depending on your current education plan, you may also want to consider the various alternatives to study abroad in USA universities. For instance, you could finish your current program and pursue a graduate degree in the United States.
3. Australia – You can stay in Australia for between 18 months and 4 years after graduating depending on what kind of qualification you have you can choose your job. Be sure to contact the Australian consulate or embassy prior to your visit if you want to live, study, and work in Australia; you’ll need to secure a passport, study visa and work visa.
4. Canada – Post-graduation work-permit (PGWP) may be issued for the length of the study program, up to a maximum of 3 years. Canadian universities are known for being consistently high quality and for offering internationally accepted degrees and credentials.
5. Germany – The courses offered in the German University may be primarily offered in English however, classes in Germany are also available. To apply for the courses offered in the German language you may require completing a language course.
6. France – APS (temporary residence authorization) allows masters level graduates to stay to look for work or start a company, up to 12 months, non-renewable