1. Is a four years UG course better than a three years UG course?
Ans. It is not about the inferiority or superiority, but it is about the benefits attached to a certain degree. A four years UG degree usually will have a 1 year internship or study abroad element in its 3rd year. Such courses are also called Sandwich courses. Also, after 4 years engineering degree completion, you will get a Chartered Engineer status, which would improve your employability.
2. I need GMAT for a Master’s programme in the UK?
Ans. No, GMAT score is not required to study Masters in UK. However, for MBA, some top business schools might ask for it.
3. What is the difference between MRes and PHD?
Ans. MRes is research based Masters. It involves thesis at the end of the course instead of a project. MRes is of 1 year. PHD is a pure research degree and is a 3-5 years course. The student can apply directly for MRes course, unlike a PHD where Department Head has to approve the Research Proposal first and then only can the student apply formally.
4. Is work experience compulsory for studying MBA in UK?
Ans. It depends on the ranking of the Business Schools. All high ranked MBAs would require at least 3 years of work experience. However, fresher MBAs are also available in decent ranked Universities.
5. Is 1 year Masters Degree acceptable in India?
Ans. Yes, it is acceptable in India in private sector. In Govt. sector and to do PHD in India, 2 years degree is acceptable.
6. What is the difference between Masters in Management and MBA?
Ans. The MBA is a general management degree, and it is the most common degree for business professionals who are seeking to advance in managerial positions and has work experience of about 2-3 years minimum. A good GMAT score is also suggestible for top ranked Universities. Masters in Management is a basic degree that covers all the basic concepts of Management like Management Principles, Marketing Principles, Human Resource Management, Foundation of Accounting and Finance, etc. It does not require work experience or GMAT scores.
7. Which specializations can I chose after doing B.tech Mechanical Engineering?
Ans. You can choose from a lot of specializations like Automotive Engineering, Automation Systems, Robotics, Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Aerodynamics, Mechatronics, etc.