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Why MBA | Top 5 reasons to get an MBA

Whether you are tackling the Why MBA question in MBA essays and MBA interviews, or simply introspecting at some point in your career if an MBA after work experience is worth it, it’s the most important question you'll come across during MBA admissions. And one that can drive you nuts.

Many executives go for an international MBA after 4 - 10 years of experience in IT.

But there are also others - experienced engineers, doctors, lawyers, chartered accounts who're looking for a top MBA in USA, Europe (UK, Germany), Canada and India. Plus those in government jobs or in non-profit / NGO

As you seek the best answer to the why MBA question after engineering, MBBS, law or any other bachelors / masters degree in Commerce (B.Com / M.Com / CA), Science (B.Sc / M.Sc), Arts (B.A / M.A), management (BMM, BMS, BBA), here are some tips, reasons and benefits of an MBA degree to consider.

Narrated by Sameer Kamat (founder, MBA Crystal Ball).

- Top 5 benefits of getting an MBA after work experience (as opposed to MBA for freshers).
- Best answer to the Why MBA question: Is there any?
- As a bonus we also cover the 'Why MBA Now' interview and essay question.

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Video Credits:
1. HEC Paris
3. University of Cambridge Judge Business School
4. Harvard Business School
5. ISB
Sameer Kamat : Struggling with your Why MBA question, or got any queries regarding your international MBA plans in general? Post them below. We'll try to add some perspectives.
Aayush Gour : As always MBA Crystal Ball videos never disappoint you! Watching it second time and again I got all the answers & clarity about the MBA.
Milan Sadagopan : Hi Sir,
I have completed my Bachelor of Engineering in 2014 and I have been pursuing my passion as a profession since 2014.
Now, I'm planning to study MBA abroad. Is it a good idea to study MBA or should I choose some other program related to business or management?
Thank you.
Ankit Purohit : Hi Sammer. I am following your articles and videos. They are really awesome and informative.
I am 28 now and I have done my masters in engineering from India and have one-year work experience in MNC India. I am currently working in the Fortune 500 company in Japan for 4 years. So, I have overall 5 years of work experience. I can also speak Japanese fluently(did a diploma in Japanese). I have published my research paper in IEEE during my post-graduation. I have also participated in technical overseas conferences in Australia, Canada, the USA as a Speaker. If I combine all these into one, how strong would be my application compared from others? And, What are the chances to get into top MBA schools? Now, I am preparing for GMAT. What score do you think would be enough for me to get into elite MBA schools?
Mstyah Will : Hi, I’m looking to study International MBA with BCU in the U.K., but I’m cautious as to whether this is worth it, as the cost is less than other universities and whether the MBA will match up with other universities who’s fees are significantly higher.

Response is much appreciated.

What Is an MBA Degree? (What You Learn & WHY Employers HIRE MBA Grads!)

What is an MBA degree? More importantly, what exactly do you learn in an MBA program and why do employers seek out MBA graduates?

In this video, I'll explain what you learn in an MBA (Masters in Business Administration) program and how it can make you more competitive in the job market.

An MBA is NOT a guarantee of any future career advancement or salary - it is entirely up to you in how you network, explore opportunities, and market yourself. An MBA, however, gives you a BETTER chance of doing exactly that.

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Recommended Book List
I'm a big advocate of reading books and believe it's one of the least expensive ways to educate yourself on a variety of topics. Below is a collection of books I've read and enjoyed, and would recommend to anyone interested in business, finance, and entrepreneurship.
The $100 Startup:
Side Hustle: From Idea to Income in 27 Days:
100 Side Hustles:
Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future:

Business / Investments
The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World:
The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate America:
How To Win Friends and Influence People:
Security Analysis: Sixth Edition, Foreword by Warren Buffett:

Business Biographies
Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future:
The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon:
Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike:
Andrew Carnegie:
Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr.:
The House of Morgan:
Sam Walton: Made In America:
The First Tycoon:

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Richard Walls - Career Dev & Finance : If you need (or want) to take the GMAT as part of your MBA admissions process, AND you want to give yourself the best chance at earning a HIGH score , then check out AnalystPrep's GMAT course here:

And as a SPECIAL OFFER for my audience, you can get 20% off ANY exam prep course they offer by using the coupon code RICHARD20
O. H. W. : Doing my MBA now. It’s SO incredible just wish I did it earlier in my career! I’m loving everything about it. So much respect for MBA grads. It’s TOUGH.
Slamet Nurhadi : I am 42 and now taking MBA because it's needed when we are in management level. My college background is mechanical engineering. Hopefully I can graduate in 2022. And also, taking MBA will open our network widely. Thanks Richard for the explanation...
jay f : MBAs are making a resurgence with the older generation retiring. I also found one of the most important classes you will take is organizational behavior. The ability to understand and work with people in organizations
Liliana Sanchez : I’m currently in a fast paced one year MBA program at a AACSB accredited institution. So far, my experience has been positive and I see value in each class. My advise for people looking at the degree is to do your research on the different programs out there and understand the time commitment that will be required. I’d say that if you’re willing to put in the time and effort that is required, an MBA might be for you, but if you think it’s an easy way out, save your money and do something else.





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