You commit nearly $200,000 (not counting opportunity cost) for a two-year MBA program. Imagine, you struggle to land a job of choice after this investment!
Although this can happen to anyone, the chances of international students facing this are generally higher (relative to those with work authorization) at most schools, including the top ones. A vast majority of international MBA graduates want to work in the geography they graduate in, but because of issues such as visa, they face difficulties.
However, all things equal, some schools do better than others in placing their international graduates. And, as an international student, if you find that the gap between the recruitment stats of those with work authorization and those without (which, by and large, means international students) is large, you should dig deeper to understand the reasons behind. Here is how you can do it:
International MBA Applicants Must Look at This Recruitment Data in Their Target Schools
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International MBA Applicants Must Look at This Hiring Data
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