Indian students top the charts when it comes to the number of students applying for MBA programmes in graduate schools abroad. India is followed by China and USA. A report by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) in 2016 mentioned application trends of 216 leading graduate business schools across the globe revealed that India is now the top source of international candidates in both one-year and two-year MBA programmes.
As per the GMAC report "India has pushed China and USA to second and third positions in the international applications category," adding that about 49 per cent of schools offering full-time one-year MBA programmes. This trend indicates a rise in applications submitted by international students when compared with the number of applicants under the category in 2015.
Another major finding of the reports mentions that 46 per cent of US programmes and 41 per cent of programmes in East and Southeast Asia grew their application volumes as well. On the other hand, full-time two-year course, part-time, and flexible MBA programmes worldwide are indicating declines this year.
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