A sister site to last month’s featured Management Courses Information
(www.managementcourses.com), MBA Info holds details of 2,500 MBA programmes in
1,290 universities, business schools and management colleges in more than 120
countries. The search engine works in a similar way (but with less parameters)
and you can select the structure of study (which includes distance learning),
programme focus, location, duration, and there’s a handy start date box.
There’s plenty of general advice before you leap to the search engine,
including tips on taking the Graduate Management Admission (GMAT) test, the
standard test used by many business schools as part of their MBA assessment
procedure. Other useful sections include the glossary of terms, funding, school
and college rankings and pre-MBA books and reading. If you want to find out
where your MBA could take you in your career, you can go to the affiliated
www.mbajobs.net which has a database of current vacancies and employer
profiles. It allows you to register for free and get a passcode, so you can put
your details and job requirements into the database – this can be done
anonymously if you wish.