Studying ABROAD

Dear Madam,

I am Poorvik M Patted, a student of Jain University, Bangalore, looking forward to pursue my MBA in Singapore. I am presently in the final semester of BCom and do not have any work experience. Suggest me some universities in Singapore and tell how to go about.

Poorvik M Patted

Dear Poorvik,

The website http://www.find-mba.com/singapore will give you the information on admission and eligibility requirements for MBA in Singapore. It is relevant  to have a minimum experience of 2-3 yrs in prominent B-schools. Only a few universities admit students without job experience, and they may award the MBA degree from different countries, such as James Cook University, UK, which offers a 12-month course. An MBA from Dimensions International College in Singapore is of 15-months duration with degree awarded by New Castle University, Australia. Please ensure about their status thoroughly and then only commit yourself.

An MBA in Singapore from a top university is globally recognized and increases the employment chances in global companies. Most of the universities have alumni network and placement cells to help the students to meet the potential employers.

Dear Madam,

I completed my mechanical engineering last year, and am working in a small MNC company. Now I would like to continue my studies and have the options of choosing MS from Manipal or Germany. Kindly convey your suggestions. I heard that MS in both manipal and Germany cost the same. Is it true?

M Bhargav

Dear Bhargav,

Manipal University is one of the well renowned institutions in India and is one of the few Universities offering an MS course. You can definitely opt for this University depending on your interest and the subject specialization available there. To know  in depth about the course and its cost , kindly inquire with the Manipal University directly or through their website www.executiveprograms.manipal.edu/MSBrochure2013.  
Most foreign study is at least marginally more expensive. Cost of Education to study MS in Germany is relatively cheaper when compared to many other countries. If you have to complete two years master program you may need to spend around 2000 to 4000 euros as tuition fee. More details of fee structure will be available at:http://www.mastersportal.eu/articles/358/overview-of-tuition-fees-in-ger...

Dear Madam,

I am an intern and will be completing my BAMS this year with an aggregate of 70%. I want to pursue a higher degree or job abroad. Are there good options in our country itself?

Sharad Kulkarni

Dear Sharad,

A BAMS doctor can work in following domains after completion of the degree; general practice, research, hospital and healthcare administration, teaching, health supervision, medical transcription, clinical research etc. There are hardly any courses for higher study in ayurveda abroad. On the other hand, after BAMS you can pursue MD or MS (ayurveda), MBA or MHA (Hospital or Healthcare Management), Masters in Public Health (MPH), MSc in health Sciences, MSc nutrition, PG in Clinical Reseach, etc. in India..

Bachelor and Masters degrees in ayurveda are offered by several universities in India. Some of them are University of Health Science, Vijayawada; Dr MGR Medical University, Guindy, Chennai; Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded; Rajiv Gandhi University of Health sciences, Bangalore; National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur; Rashtriya Ayurveda Vidyapeeth (National Academy of Ayurveda), New Delhi; Mahatma Gandhi Gramoday Vishwavidyalay, Chitrakoot, Gujarat; Ayurveda University, Jamnagar.  See more at, http://www.highereducationinindia.com, http://www.abroadstudy.net/top-8-ayurvedic-colleges-in-india, and http://www.bircham.edu/ayurveda.html
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