Strategies to choose B Schools for MBA admission

The MBA aspirants have to focus on choosing a right B School to pursue their MBA course. B schools across India are conducting their admission process for postgraduate degree courses. Selecting the right b schools is most important step for pursuing the MBA course.

Aspirants have to aim for B Schools which are well recognized and reputation. While choosing the right b schools thy have to check about the B school rankings. Compare the ranking with the multiple ranking from other rankings released by the publications like Business World, Business Today, The WEEK and Outlook.

 

Aspirants should have to check for the academic performance, faculty base and placements.

To check the rankings mention by the above publications, click the below link.

Top 15 B schools Rankings

Here is the strategies to be checked in B schools for choosing the MBA courses admission.

Cut-Off and Recognition:

The top B Schools have cut-off of more than 95 percentile. So if you are able to getting a high score in CAT or MAT or XAT, you can apply to the apex B schools.

Aspirants should have to check recognizing and accrediting body of the institute.

 

Fee:

Fee structure for each B Schools vary a lot and hence make a dramatic difference in rankings, this strategy has not been considered as ranking criteria.

Fee:

Fee structure for each B Schools vary a lot and hence make a dramatic difference in rankings, this strategy has not been considered as ranking criteria.

Placement:

Placement is perhaps the most important criteria for any aspirant. The table shos the median salary of the top 20 b schools as per b schools ranking 2012.

Placement:

Placement is perhaps the most important criteria for any aspirant. The table shos the median salary of the top 20 b schools as per b schools ranking 2012.

Faculty:

The mark of a good b school lies in the number of faculty members, who impart the pearls of wisdom to students for two years.

Selection Ratio:

Aspirants can have a chance of getting through a particular B School on the basis of the number of seats compared to the number of applications received.

Source: MBAUniverse

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