The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is one of the most respected and career-oriented courses that opens a wide avenue of various lucrative job opportunities in management. The MBA course equips the students with theoretical and practical knowledge of business and management principles and prepares them for various management jobs. With huge popularity among the students, thousands of B- Schools offer this course. However, admission to most B- Schools is secured through national, state, and university level entrance tests. Therefore, getting admission to the right MBA colleges is vital as thousands of B-Schools offer this course, but not all of them provide the students’ required facilities.
Most of the students only check the institute’s placement record and make the final decision whether they should get admission to the particular B- School or not, which is why all B- Schools scramble to claim successful placement records. However, this is not the right approach to select an MBA college. We should always research other required facilities that an Ideal institute should offer to its MBA students. A company always offer jobs to those MBA holders who show all the skills needed for the job. Hence, it becomes vital for you to check if the institute is providing the facilities needed or not. Here, we are going to give you some tips you should keep in your mind while selecting an MBA college:
Course fee: This is the first thing you should check in an MBA college. You should look for an Institute with a moderate MBA course fees structure with a good placement record. Before finalising an MBA college, you better select some colleges and compare their MBA fees and other facilities offered by them. Next, you should calculate total fees, including course fees, hostel & mess charges, and the amount to be spent on other buying laptops and study materials.
Placement Record: Before making a final move in selecting a college for an MBA course, you must check the institute’s placement record. Check the percentage of students placed, the average salary offered to the candidates, the highest salary offered, and the top recruiters. If you have scored a good percentile, you can be selected for premium B- Schools such as IIMs, SLRI, and other private institutes like JK Lakshmipat University (JKLU), MDI, SPJIPM, etc.
Faculty: Just like our all fingers are alike, no all the B- Schools are alike. There are significant differences in the faculty of the two institutes. You must have heard a good teacher always play a key role in shaping a student. In an MBA college, you must check how qualified and experienced the faculty members are. Every institute published the profile detail of the faculty members; read it carefully. Besides this, also read student reviews on faculty members on various educational websites.
Apart from the points mentioned above, you should also check the MBA course curriculum, the college’s alignment, the college’s ranking, Integration of high technology in the programme, the college’s location, infrastructure & other required facilities, legacy & alumni base etc.