Many international students attend business school in the United States with hopes of landing a job in the country.
Recently, a group of Duke University Fuqua School of Business students from India sat down with former regional director for India Dan McCleary to talk about how their experiences as MBA students prepared them for careers with companies like Microsoft, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and the Boston Consulting Group.
An Indian Student Perspective on Business School: Ankit Mehta
An Indian Student Perspective on Business School: Deepak Dewani
An Indian Student Perspective on Business School: Kuber Sharma
An Indian Student Perspective on Business School: Roshni Rathi
About 33 percent of Indian CFOs say the bubble will likely reach its breaking point this year. Slightly more than half of the surveyed CFOs say the impact of a bubble burst would be medium to high.
The numbers jump when considering Asia as a whole (153 CFOs, including India and excluding Japan). Almost 75 percent of surveyed CFOs believe a bubble exists in their countries. Thirty percent of surveyed CFOs believe the bubble will burst this year, and about 70 percent believe a burst would have a medium to large impact on the country’s economy. (more…)
What is the benefit of studying abroad? Wouldn’t it be easier and more convenient for me to stay put here in India and study global business? After all, can’t I just go online to hear global perspectives?
Thinking about getting your MBA and applying to a U.S. school? If yes, one of the obvious challenges is getting accepted. The application process can indeed seem overwhelming. I have come across hundreds of applications from Indian students over the years in my previous role as director of admissions at Fuqua and now as the school’s Regional Director for India. Here are some tips for prospective MBA applicants on strengthening applications to United States business schools: (more…)