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Though life-changing, an MBA is a big investment of time and money. There is nothing more frustrating than investing time and effort into something that you really want, only not to achieve the desired outcome. 

Therefore, it is crucial that the MBA you pursue fits your long-term goals. Our expert consultants will work with you to identify which MBA program suits you best and will work closely with you to help you get into your dream business school.

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It might sound contradictory, but working with us might actually save you money. High-quality essays are crucial to obtain scholarships for example. We help our clients to craft impactful essays that enable them to obtain scholarships. 

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Since we have helped so many clients get into their top program already, we know exactly what to do, and where to focus. This saves you time and stops you from reinventing the wheel all over again.

Since we are all former students ourselves, we understand clearly what schools require and what you need to do to get there.

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frequently asked questions

An MBA is often a great way to accelerate your career within your existing field of interest. It is also one of the fastest ways to pivot your career along one or more of the following axes – Industry, Function, and Geography.

In certain sectors, having an MBA is frequently an informal, or sometimes even a formal, requirement to be considered for more senior roles in corporate management.

An MBA from a top Business school strongly increases your chances of significantly increasing your salary as well as gaining access to opportunities that may not be accessible without an MBA. Not to mention intangible benefits – access to a powerful alumni network

These are just some of the many compelling reasons why you should strongly consider an MBA for your career.

This is a very common question. And the honest answer is – it depends. It depends on your location, your sector, your expertise,etc.  Each case is unique with many variables at play.  

An MBA from a top School is an investment in yourself and sets you up for long-term success.

For example, most top MBA programs report having a 2X average salary increase compared to the pre-MBA salary. Most top schools have post-MBA employment statistics clearly mentioned on their website.

Bear in mind that these are average (or median) numbers. So while this is no guarantee, it still gives you a guide while making your decision.

There are two stages to an application

Pre-application prep

  • GMAT score (or GRE in some cases)
  • strong under-graduate academic track record
  • Several years of high quality work-experience 

Admissions committees pre-screen applications using these criteria. While it is not uncommon to be admitted despite being below the school average numbers, it is advisable to put in the work to improve your chances before you apply.

Application package

  • CV
  • Essays
  • Interviews

It is difficult to overstate just how important the application package is to your chances of getting in. each and every application is read and reviewed carefully. the admissions committee wants to understand your authentic story and understand how an MBA from their school contributes to your success and how you can provide value for the school.

MBA-Goals helps you in brainstorming your strategy,  fine-tuning your application package and getting you ready for those all-important interviews.

Often we come across applicants who select schools based purely on reputation and ranking. Rankings are a good indicator of which schools to include in your list of consideration. However the question of fit runs a lot deeper.

The course duration, for example, can significantly impact your MBA experience. Some applicants seek a quick one year course to get back to the workforce as soon as possible, whereas others prefer a more immersive two year course.

Here are some other factors that might influence your decision

  • GMAT/Work Experience requirements of your target school
  • The reputation of the school
  • The location of the school and your target geography for your post-MBA career steps.
  • The ROI especially in the short term
  • Cost – both tuition and living costs
  • Pedagogy, class size, Professors
  • Campus lifestyle
  • Strength of the alumni network


Ultimately, beyond the stats and numbers, the question of fit is subjective. One that needs to be answered individually because no two cases are the same.

Pretty good chances. A good proportion of MBA applicants do come from banking, financial services, consulting, etc. However, the MBA is open to a wide range of profiles.

Admissions officers look for interesting candidates who can contribute to the program, provide value to their classmates, have interesting and diverse opinions and insights.

Business School admissions committees always evaluate the strengths and merit of each application individually and having an ‘atypical’ pre-MBA background can actually be a good thing.