The recent economic development of Ukraine has strongly increased the demand for professional managers. Ukraine has over 300 universities, colleges, academies, and institutes around the nation authorized by the Ministry of Education to provide degree-level business education, many of these offers a variety of MBA courses, some are subsidiaries International schools of business, while the remaining educational institutions are independent.
A good opportunity for those interested in obtain an MBA is to take one of the programs subsidized by a number of foreign governments, the programs more desirable are those financed by the Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship Program.
MBA programs in Ukraine prepare students to assume efficient and responsible leadership roles in a environment of a transition economy. MBA programs are based on the profound understanding of laws and practice of modern business, marketing, and development trends.
At the present time, there are 20000 foreign students from more than 100 countries who study in Ukraine; it is notable that in medical institutions study 10000 foreign students from roughly 75 countries.
The MBA programs in Ukraine come in all different styles, including programs that are on the full-time track, or part time schedule for those who cannot take on a full lade, most often because they already work, and are furthering their education. At first it can be quite intimidating to figure out how to prepare for an MBA interview in Ukraine, but with the the right diligence it doesn't have to be that difficult.
Why an MBA Abroad?
Some of the main reasons why people decide to do an MBA abroad are:
- They want to work in a particular country -- employers are keener on MBA graduates who have studied in the country where they operate.
- They want a brand name that is recognised globally on their CV.
- International MBA classes tend to have a more diverse population in terms of nationalities, backgrounds (educational and professional), genders, etc, which enhances the quality of the environment and the learning.
- International B-schools tend to have a more global coverage of topics in their syllabi.
- International B-schools are more likely to have access to a wider base of resources such as alumni network, faculty, guest speakers, libraries, employers, etc.
- Some schools offer shorter duration formats such as a 10-month / 16-month MBA courses, allowing candidates to return to work quicker