Question: 1 why do you want to do MBA? What do you hope to gain from doing the programme? .
This gives me a pleasure in writing to you explaining why I am motivated in taking admission in MBA. The college admissions and selection process is a very important one, perhaps one that will have the greatest impact on one's future. The college that a person will go to often influences his personality, views, and career. Therefore, when I hear people say that "it doesn't matter that much which college you go to. You can get a good education anywhere, if you are self-motivated. Perhaps, as far as actual knowledge is concerned, that statement is somewhat valid.
Today the word of Business is changing so rapidly that every one who is associated with the business field is required to update his knowledge in terms of new management theories and strategies. This word has become a global village and sharing of information is the backbone of running the business successfully or any action you do for the betterment of your company. As I have already done my MBA in Finance from the local university of Pakistan but I still feel that I need an exposure to the knowledge of international perspective of Management.
Getting an M.B.A. makes perfect sense for a consultant-after all; most consultants are M.B.A.s. Getting an M.B.A. makes even more sense in my particular case: it is the perfect academic supplement to my Job and educational background-the one I need to become a leading edge consultant. Detailed Govt regulations understanding plus profound business and group skills that is a rare combination which really gets the career rocket roaring. This is certainly true for me, and I think that this is one of my most important and convincing reasons for an M.B.A.
I think it is important to me that why I apply to the Holborn college. Among all the British business schools, Holborn is one of the very few offering an intensive 4-months English Language program that makes sense.