The following list states the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) of prospective students interested in our MBA Program.
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1. What is an MBA?

MBA stands for “Master of Business Administration”, a highly regarded degree. An MBA is ideal for people who want to gain business skills and accelerate their careers. MBA programs teach students how to motivate people and command respect.

2. Is an MBA difficult?

MBAs are challenging but not so very difficult to complete. You need time, financial resources, intellectual capacity, experience and energy to get through the program. Some smarts are required, no doubt, but emotional intelligence is perhaps as important. You need to be able to organize yourself, including your schedule, and find motivation.

3. What can I learn from an MBA?

You will have the necessary skill set to be a leader, a communicator, a team player, an implementor, and a strategist. You will gain these soft skills through group work. From our diverse courses in management, finance, accounting, marketing, supply chain, and human resources, you will gain the relevant knowledge and expertise to increase your own personal human capital.

4. What will I gain from doing an MBA course?

MBAs give students the skills required to succeed as business executives, such as the ability to quickly and accurately find solutions to business problems and make strategic decisions. Students also learn how to lead and motivate people to tackle ambitious business projects that require teamwork. These assets can enhance your marketability as a professional and increase the number and quality of job opportunities presented to you. An MBA can also build a good foundation for you to be an entrepreneur, and greatly boost your professional network.

5. Is an MBA a better choice for me than a Master’s degree in a single field?

While the MBA is suited to students from any academic or professional background who want greater career flexibility, management roles, or business ownership, master’s programs are the better option for students who want highly specialized knowledge in a specific area.

6. Will there be demand for MBAs in the future?

Fortunately for students, the MBA is still a highly regarded degree. The very nature of work is changing, so the way we educate and train future leaders and employees will have to change in parallel. GSIM’s mission is to develop socially responsible global leaders equipped with a future-proof skill set.