Category Archives: MBA from Abroad

Top Colleges for Hospitality in New Zealand

Top colleges for hospitality in New Zealand

New Zealand, house to mesmerizing natural wonders and a perfect getaway for adventure junkies is a beautiful tourist destination. And, the quality of freshly produced eatables along with the flourishing wine industry makes the country a famous study abroad option for students willing to be a part of the hospitality sector. Many well-known universities and colleges in New Zealand offer courses in fields such as hospitality and hotel management as well as programs in professional chef practice and cookery. Students can choose from a wide array of certificate and diploma level courses that concentrate on providing students with practical training Continue Reading →

Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF) – Australia

Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF) – Australia

Streamlined Visa Processing (SVP) was introduced to show the world that Australia is open for business and wants to concentrate on high quality as well as students genuinely willing to study. SVP enables universities to compete globally for the finest students unobstructed by prolonged visa procedures. It also allows universities to bring in procedures that improve results for retaining students. However, the Australian Government has announced all possibilities towards the introduction of a Simplified International Student Visa Framework (SSVF) which is said to replace SVP from mid-2016.  The changes will reduce the number of student visa subclasses from eight to Continue Reading →

Difference between MBA and MS


In today’s super-competitive era, a good education is essential to earn cutting edge credentials. If you are serious about your career and have big ambitions for yourself it’s imperative that you acquire a higher degree. But it’s important to choose the right course if you want to make the most of this decision. The option of pursuing post-graduate studies in the US has always been popular, with lucrative job opportunities following for most students who obtain their higher qualifications there. However, one of the questions that students of a science background interested in studying abroad often face is whether they Continue Reading →

Comparison between Indian and Foreign MBAs

Comparison Of Indian And Foreign MBAs

Indian MBA institutes have come a long way from the late 1990s and early 2000s when they had suddenly become all a rage and we had MBA colleges mushrooming all over the place. But how do they fare in comparison to foreign MBAs? More pertinently, if you are thinking of undertaking an MBA program, where should you look – at India or abroad? First of all, for there to be a valid comparison between two entities, we need to define them properly. ‘Foreign’ is a very vague term, because it includes everything that is not Indian. MBAs all around the Continue Reading →

All about MBA from New Zealand


New-Zealand is considered as one of the most quality Education Country. New-Zealand universities have lot of courses ranging from Business, Engineering, Nano-Technology, Designing etc. One of the most famous and popular course is “MBA”, where many international students go for studying. MBA is taught in most of the Universities is New-Zealand. An important advantage of the MBA program in New Zealand is the affordability – getting a degree in NZ actually works out to be cheaper than many courses in other countries. 

MBA in Singapore:Info on List of management universities and colleges,Ranking,Admission Procedure,Eligibility,Fee,Cost,MBA with without work experience/gmat,Visa

Singapore (A Cosmopolitan Destination) Singapore has become a dynamic destination for International Students. It being a cleanest and safest country with a vibrant lifestyle has attracted not just the tourists but also the Students. Why study MBA from Singapore (Benefits & Advantages)? ·         Singapore is  a Hub of Business in Asia ·         Almost 7000 MNC’s have their head office in Singapore ·         Growing constantly at a rate of more than 5% with high employment rates ·         A Multicultural Nation with a High Quality of Life  ·         Immigrants are welcome to play a role in its economic development ·         Application for Continue Reading →