zippo_d_frog wrote: »
MBA schools in the country do not have strict acceptance standards. Do you think that the degree of difficulty in passing the ACET is the same as the AGSB? Not even a shade of it.
I am really sad for those who are taking the course for the wrong reasons. Some think it is a highway to promotion when employers hardly care if they have an MBA. They would rather focus on what you have achieved over time in your work.
Some take the MBA to gain the name. They can erase / upgrade themselves from not belonging to the top 3 universities to become one of them. Sadly, the alumni especially the hardcore blue or green blooded don't even recognize you as an alumni when you did not attend at least an undergraduate course there.
So, you end up in a classroom 50% filled with sales executives and clerks who want an Ateneo pedigree of a La Salle name to be placed in their resume. And when the school uses the case method, what kind of output you think you will get?
Be happy knowing that these schools are quietly ripping you off with teachers that cannot even survive the rigors of the real world.
fusionbolt wrote: »
di ba talaga considered na alumni sa isang school kung nagmasteral ka lang dun???
kamuterepublic wrote: »
The only thing that comes to my mind is that when you acquire MBA, you can teach. Can someone elaborate the opportunities/advantages a person could have being MBA?