Master in Management Programs in the USA

The Master of Management is not as proliferated in the United States as it is in Europe. However, many schools around the world have included this rapidly growing degree in their portfolio over the past 5-6 years. HULT, Thunderbird, and Duke were some of the first colleges in the United States to offer Masters of Management, but now more than 50 schools offer this degree under different names.

When choosing a country to follow the degree of your master, the United States is like the most popular destination. With their ever-changing and developing classes, American business schools are best placed to train students to become potential corporate market leaders. Using advanced pedagogy and well-learned teachers are the key factors in placing the country at the top of the best educational system among countries. Some other constituents are given below, making it a one-stop destination:

Cultural Diversity

Nearly every university in the United States considers diversity as one of its foundations. Historically, significant efforts have been made within the higher education systems to increase the number of educational opportunities and make cultural diversity integral to the effort to enroll and accept.

Excellent Support Facilities

To make your transition to your dream American university smoother, there are various work and support facilities, courses, orientations, and training courses in English language practice, etc. A lot of assistance is given to international students to get them ready for their classes.

Flexible Academic Environment

Studying in the U.S. provides students with an ideal environment, distinguished by versatile methods of education and ongoing advancement of different fields of study. Universities work to shift their classroom structures and teaching methods to make learning engaging and relevant, depending on their strengths, interests and career goals..

Living in the USA

Climate – The U.S. weather is rough! Where hurricanes and monsoons affect the eastern and northern regions, the southern and western regions suffer hot temperatures with little or no rain.

June to August is the most common time to visit the United States because at this time the weather is great, but its also the most expensive time!

Cost of Living – It is important to know when comparing the cost of living between cities in the U.S. and other countries that the cost of living in the U.S. depends on location and towns. Compared to smaller towns, urban (larger areas) are more expensive. Cities such as Los Angeles, New York, Houston have much higher living rates.

Language – Although there is no official language in the United States, English is most widely spoken there. A large percentage of America's population speaks Spanish as well.

Working After Studies in USA

America is one of the world's most powerful nations. It is the dominant market, finance, and media center. You need to apply for and receive the necessary student visa to start your journey in America. To ease your life here is an overview of different visas one needs to apply for.

F1 Visa - Students who wish to enter the United States for a university's full-time, degree or certificate program must apply for a F1 visa.

H-1B Visa - H-1B is meant for those coming to the United States to perform services in a professional job and is filed by employer on behalf of employee.

H-2B visa - H-2B Visa is meant for those who are coming to the United States to perform a job which is temporary for which there is a shortage of U.S. workers.

L-1 Visa - An L-1 visa is required if you are the employee of an international company which is temporarily transferring you to a branch or affiliate of the same company in the USA

One question that readers usually ask is

Why are there next to no schools in popular the FT MiM rankings?

Even though acclaimed schools as MIT, Duke, Michigan, Northwestern, USC and Notre Dame have been offering the MiM for some time now, none of them make it to the FT rankings. Why?

The answer to the question is twofold:

  • Most of these US programs are young and have been started a few years ago
  • FT doesn’t include programs that are younger than Five years

What this means is that are still some years until you see lot of popular US schools dotting the rankings, but HULTR recently made a massive debut at 63rd place in Top 100 MIM Financial Times rankings

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