International MBA degrees to attract Global employers
Posted on June 21, 2017
As a student, you must have done excessive research trying to choose a suitable management degree. A Master’s in Management is the most popular full-time master’s program according to a survey conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).
A majority of Masters Programs in management are found at institutions overseas. There are similar degrees such as a Master’s of Science in Management and Master of Management Studies. Despite immigration changes, most of the tech companies in the US are open to hire international MBA and Graduates from any management stream. Specifically, 55% of top-notch companies offer work opportunities.
The technology industry has a great demand for management graduates globally. In the Asian-Pacific and the US, nine out ten companies are open to hire management students. And three out of four start-ups will be hiring MBA’s graduates this year 2017. The good news is that global companies have planned to increase salaries up to 18 percent.
New MBA graduates would earn a projected salary of at least $110,000 annually and students from graduate management programs would receive $60,000 per year. This is a clear significance speaking about the value of management programs and the vital role the skill sets in students attracts global employers.
Companies are keen to hire international students, MBA’s and Business Master’s programs despite biased uncertainties and changing trends in Immigrations and Work Visas.
Skills needed to make it big into the tech world
- Companies are overwhelmed with data. Ranging from purchasing data, to social media management
- Software skills in programs
- Thorough understanding of search engine optimization and Google Analytics
- Flexibility to work in ambiguous environments
- Design thinking which helps to drive process to innovative solutions
- Creative thinking
- Ability to solve complex issues
- Willing to take part in research
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Last but not least cross-cultural understanding
Most of the top business programs these days offer classes related to deign thinking, data analytics, computer programming, and communications skills. Ensure to take part in these programs before the commencement of the internship.
As you begin to work on class projects you gain hands-on experience. These skills will give you good experiences which are very resourceful during interviews as well. Remember to add the skills and levels of proficiency to your resumes. Make sure you work on an alluring cover letter and LinkedIn profile.
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