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Over years, management education has seen rising flexibility in graduates' placements across sectors

Vinay Umarji  |  Ahmedabad 

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Over the years, education globally has seen rising flexibility in of graduates across sectors.

This has been visible from the fact that about 39 per cent of alumni across global now work in an industry they had never considered prior to starting business school, says Admission Council (GMAC), a nonprofit organiSation of 220 leading business schools from around the world. owns and administers the Admission Test (GMAT) exam, used by more than 6,500 programs worldwide.

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Products and services, tech top recruiting sectors

Over years, management education has seen rising flexibility in graduates' placements across sectors

Over years, management education has seen rising flexibility in graduates' placements across sectors
Over the years, education globally has seen rising flexibility in of graduates across sectors.

This has been visible from the fact that about 39 per cent of alumni across global now work in an industry they had never considered prior to starting business school, says Admission Council (GMAC), a nonprofit organiSation of 220 leading business schools from around the world. owns and administers the Admission Test (GMAT) exam, used by more than 6,500 programs worldwide.

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Products and services, tech top recruiting sectors

Over years, management education has seen rising flexibility in graduates' placements across sectors

Over the years, education globally has seen rising flexibility in of graduates across sectors.

This has been visible from the fact that about 39 per cent of alumni across global now work in an industry they had never considered prior to starting business school, says Admission Council (GMAC), a nonprofit organiSation of 220 leading business schools from around the world. owns and administers the Admission Test (GMAT) exam, used by more than 6,500 programs worldwide.

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