You are asking the same question again, without even acknowledging any of the responses or participating in a debate. If this is how you are going to get an MBA, then I am even more convinced that the MBA is a useless degree, that can be bought by anyone.Utsav wrote:What if I do my MBA from some reputed US University? How easy or difficult will it be for me to come back to Singapore with a high paying job?
It will be impossible. You'll have to come back on a tourist visa and hunt, just like everyone else. Only, you'll have been out of the job market you think you want to be in for two or more years.Utsav wrote:What if I do my MBA from some reputed US University? How easy or difficult will it be for me to come back to Singapore with a high paying job?
I think OP asked if a MBA from reputable US university taken in Singapore would be a good idea. Since his priority is to be in Singapore...Wd40 wrote:I think he has certain things on his priority list, but he isn't communicating it clearly.
1)His job is under threat
2)His salary is stagnant
3)He wants to stay in Singapore.
If he wants to stay and work in Singapore, it makes much more sense trying for a Degree in Singapore or worst case in Hong Kong. Doing an MBA in the US, will probably have a better chance to land a better salaried job, but not necessarily get a job in Singapore, straight away. You may have to work in the US and then look for switch.
OP = Original Posterohmz52 wrote:What does OP stand for
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