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shrikant
MBA is the only program which is the combination of theory and practical according to the business principals. It gives the vital basic as well as deep knowledge about business. Actually business is a very vast concept. it requires perfect planning, controlling, risk taking, etc. and these functions and skills are only learned in MBA. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  RAMESHWER RAO, EXECUTIVE-SUPPLY CHAIN, India
 

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When taken seriously, while pursuing an MBA, an incumbent can learn deep rooted concepts of Management. Functioning of business solely depends on talented people possessing knowledge in business principles which are taught only in MBA.

  Armando Aramayo, Business Consultant, Peru
 

El Valor de un MBA/MBA

Sobre los MBA hay tres aspectos/etapas que deben ser ser analizados: su estudio (etapa inicial), lograr el grado (hito supuestamente final) y quién lo otorga (institución que lo maneja). El estudiarlo valdrá en la medida en que el alumno realmente dedique tiempo y esfuerzo (obvio, aunque no siempre cierto, porque muchos estudiantes son personas que trabajan y tienen responsabilidades), obtener el grado, que relativamente pocos logran, es el resultado que acredita ciertas competencias (y brinda una imagen personal), pero este último depende no sólo del estudiante sino de la Institución que lo ofrece. Por eso es fundamental, cuando alguien quiere obtener este Grado Académico, la sabia elección de la Institución. Si no es la adecuada podrá ser más fácil lograrlo (aunque no más barato!) pero, probablemente, no te sirva de mucho porque no tiene reconocimiento en el mercado. En cuanto a los otros dos, cuidado con caer en la trampa del facilismo y auto engañarnos.
About the Value of an MB: there are three aspects / stages that must be analyzed: ones' study (initial stage), achieving the degree (supposedly final milestone) and the organization that gives it (institution that manages it). The study will be worthwhile as long as the student really spends time and effort (obvious, although not always true, because many students are people who work and have responsibilities), get the degree, relatively few achieve, is the result that certifies certain skills (and provides a personal image), but the latter depends not only on the student but on the institution that offers it.
That is why the wise choice of the Institution is fundamental when someone wants to obtain this academic degree. Other choices may be easier to achieve (although not cheaper!) But, probably, it will not do you much good because it has no recognition in the market. As for the other two, beware of falling into the traps of going the easy way and of self-deceiving.

 
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