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How to Start an MBA

 
A Master of Business Administration program can advance your standing in the industry. MBA programs are offered at institutions around North America and is available to applicants who meet the requirements of different applications. According to a 2010 MBA employers survey, more than a quarter of the companies surveyed said they would be increasing salaries for MBAS hired in 2011. According to PayScale, the average MBA salary in the United States ranges from $ 50000 and higher for HR managers to $ 92.000 and higher for finance directors officers.

1. Select a school in your city, offering an MBA program related to your area of education and employment. MBA programs typically take two years to complete, and can be concentrated in accounting, marketing, finance, human resources and other areas.

2. Contact your school to request an application package. Although all MBA programs have similar application processes, some schools differ from each other. If you do not have a school that offers MBA programs in your immediate vicinity, contact a school that offers a part-time or distance-education.

3. Prepare the Graduate Management Admission Test GMAT is the first large. takes step towards being accepted into an MBA program, and it is imperative that you obtain a score high enough for inclusion in the programs, you are applying for.

4. Contact your undergraduate school in order to get your official transcripts. MBA programs is very competitive, and it is important that your undergraduate marks fulfill any requirements the school may have. Find out the requirements for the bachelor's programs, you are applying for.

5. Find out the requirements for routine for the programs that you want to apply for. Requirements vary, so look for programs that meet your needs, and that will look favorably on your results.

6. Ask former tutors and professors for letters of recommendation, which will outline your aptitude for success in an MBA program.

7. Complete the application process by meeting the school's application criteria. Typically includes application writing and submitting an essay explaining your career goals, as well as the above points. The school will contact you regarding your acceptance or if they'd like you to come for an interview.
 
 

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