MBA Colleges in Mumbai

Education in Mumbai:

Mumbai is a major center of learning and education. The University of Mumbai was founded in 1857 as an affiliating and examining body patterned after the University of London. Although it still has numerous constituent colleges, the institution has also taken on teaching functions. Other important educational and research institutions include SNDT Women’s University, the Indian Institute of Technology (ITT-Mumbai), the Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC), the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), and the National Center for Software Technology (NCST). The Haffkine Institute is an important center for research in medicine and allied sciences.

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Why MBA?

Here are some common reasons why people decide to join the master of business administration program

1. Higher Salary

2. Switching Careers

3. Starting a New Business

4. In order to climb the cooperate ladder

Specialization in MBA:

There are different specializations offered in MBA in Various B-Schools, Institutes and Colleges.

Below are few specializations courses:

Marketing-Management

Information technology

Communications

Entrepreneurship

Operations

Airport Management

Hospital Administration and Health Care Management

International Business

Graduation

Types of MBA:

The type of MBA program differs according to the number of years taken to complete it and the mode by which it is taught. MBA programs can be of different types:

The Two Years (Full Time) MBA: Most of the programs offered in India fall under this category. The IIMs and the other autonomous business schools offer a Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) or Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM) which in India are equivalent to an MBA Degree. The syllabus of PGDM/PGPM and MBA degrees are more or less the same. MBA is a bit theory orientated and PGDM/PGPM is industry orientated with case studies and techniques to improve soft skills.

Part-time MBA: This is the best option for working professionals classes are held on weekends or on weekdays after working hours. This usually takes 3 years or more.

Distance Learning:  These programs can be offered in a number of ways, correspondence courses by postal mail or email, non-interactive broadcast video, pre-recorded video, live teleconference or video conference, offline or online computer courses. Universities like IGNOU, Annamalai, Symbiosis etc. are well-known for their Distance Learning programs.

Dual MBA:  Programs where an MBA degree is combined with others like MS or MA etc. This is economically viable for students and helps their tailor their study programs according to their needs.

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