This is something oft-discussed and written about – how does one select a business school to do his MBA from? Maybe the answer was not as elusive 10 years ago as today. Today, the array of choices an aspirant has to pick from is dangerously distracting. It is not uncommon to come to a dead end after one (and sometimes more) year of going through the grind of studying for the GMAT, shortlisting schools, and applying.
The reason for not getting things right is not getting the process right. Finding the right match for a school starts with evaluating one’s profile; one matches the school’s requirements with what one is and has rather than with what one needs to have for that school. Hence, a professional scrutiny of one’s resume is imperative. When this scrutiny is underway, it may require an out-of-box approach to listing schools other than the oft-heard-of schools. So, in sum, when planning to apply for an MBA, first look for the right mentor, guide, and counselor who can make the effort fruitful and enjoyable with a high certainty of success.
Options Training Institute, Dubai, will be part of the Access MBA Tour to open up for its students an opportunity for face-to-face interaction with admission directors of the best schools from around the world. This personal interface will allow MBA aspirants to discuss their already scrutinized CVs with an experienced team of people who have, for many years, provided professional help for making sharp and winning applications.