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Start in India and Finish in USA
The International MBA can be finished in an international environment. Start in India and you can finish in USA with a chance to do a fully paid Internship in USA. Students also have an option to come back to India and finish the program here after doing some courses in USA.
This gives any one a chance to get a true International MBA, where one can learn the skills and knowledge required to deal with global business management.
Students get an opportunity to study at Stratford's campuses in two dynamic countries of the world, India & USA. Studying, living and interacting with corporates in two different cities exposes students firsthand to different business environments and cultures, thereby leading to 'experiential learning'.
Students are taught to appreciate, accept & adapt to different cultures, different business environments, different markets, different cost structures and to get comfortable taking decisions that take advantage of global choices.
All the Rigor of a Full-Time MBA Program
You will earn the same degree as graduates of Stratford's traditional MBA Program.
In the Master of Business Administration program, you may select a Specialization in the following areas:
- Information Systems
- International Business
Lifelong Global Network
You will network with global managers living and working in two continents.
Stratford University attracts results-driven team players who build lasting relationships.
International MBA Value
Stratford offers the best value of any top-ranked accredited MBA program. You will earn a great education from internationally recognized faculty with responsive staff support.
The MBA program is available to students through classroom instruction.
|Credits Required||Number of Courses|
|Total Required for Graduation||54*||12*|
*For students with 16 years of education at undergraduate level. Those with 15 years of education will need to do some additional bridge courses.
The total requirement is 54 quarter credits for the MBA program.