MBA Program for Indian Students

Published: 04th September 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th September 2014 12:13 AM   |  A+A-

Missorui State University

HYDERABAD: Those who want to study abroad can now apply to the Missouri State University (MSU) which has opened up the application process for Indian students who want to pursue their Master of Business Administration programme from MSU. The MBA program at MSU is Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accredited.

The course provides the entire knowledge and skills required of a business leader. Electives allow students to focus on any one of the four areas of Computer Information Systems, Finance, Management and Marketing. It also offers rigorous training in business administration facilitating a combination of real-world experience, work placements, fieldwork and classroom-based activities related to Business & Finance management.

The curriculum provides students from India a global overview of business administration and is designed to aid their understanding of what it takes to be successful business leader of tomorrow.

The student who have completed their 10+2 can apply for the course. They should also have completed an undergraduate degree in the relevant field from a recognized university. A GMAT score of at least 500 is required, English language requirement is TOEFL of 79 or 6.0 banded IELTS score in each component--reading, writing, listening and speaking. The sessions begin in August of each year and have a duration of 18 Months.


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