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India continues to contribute the highest number of foreign applicants to full-time MBA programmes, even though the dip in the overall number of applications (including from India) to full-time foreign B-Schools continues for the third consecutive year.
While 61% of MBA programmes name India as their top source of foreign talent, applicants from Asia-Pacific (APAC) countries (mainly India and China) make up the highest number of foreign applications for full-time programmes around the world.As per the 2011 Application Trends Survey, conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), a non-profit education organisation of leading graduate business schools worldwide, 39% of programmes also reported that India is their fastest growing source of foreign applicants. Meanwhile, the number of applicants from China has also increased. The percentage of programmes reporting that China is their largest growing source of foreign applicants increased to 39% of two-year full-time programmes in 2011. This makes India and China single largest market for these B-Schools. "The overwhelming response shows the value placed on quality graduate management education by candidates from this region," said regional director, South Asia, GMAC, Ashish Bhardwaj.
Courtesy: Times of India
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