Mansie Dewan launches her first book "Destination MBA"

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai |

Destination MBA guides the B-school aspirant on all the critical steps towards admissions and shows how to portray each individual’s uniqueness and potential for management and leadership.

Mansie Dewan, a MBA Admissions Coach in India, launched her first book titled Destination MBA, a step-by-step guide simplifying the challenging process of MBA applications, in Delhi. The focus of the book is on demystifying the daunting international MBA admissions process, especially from the perspective of the Indian applicants. Mansie has trained hundreds of MBA aspirants and created winning applications for admissions to Ivy League and other eminent business schools.


Destination MBA guides the B-school aspirant on all the critical steps towards admissions and shows how to portray each individual’s uniqueness and potential for management and leadership. Every aspirant is different, and requires different guidance to confidently showcase their diversity. Mansie specializes in customized applications, which is well reflected in the book. 


Priced at Rs 135, this book contains different segments which guides the students from choosing their colleges, preparing applications and resumes to never before published essays. Additionally, it also includes suggestions and guidelines for attempting most types of admissions essays, recommendation letters and other key documents.


“I always wanted to reach out to more MBA aspirants and share the simple secrets and steps that can ensure them a seat at reputed business schools,” said Mansie Dewan. “It is a great experience to be able to guide an aspirant into their dream B-school.” 




 

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