Studying in US doesn’t just give you reputable degrees and certificates. Your experience says something about who you are. Living and studying in an English speaking country like United States — where your language isn’t spoken—is challenging, requires audacity and a optimistic outlook. Sometimes, this distinctiveness is more dominant than your degree.
Once you get your Masters in the US, you need not chase job opportunities unlike in the B schools in other countries. It is that, opportunities come knocking at business schools in the US, First. They look at good schools in their countries and Indians get the priority because there are many Indian names have been running top US Technological and FMCG companies in America with continuously higher profit growth. But they do look at your grades, gmat scores sometimes, interview and your adaptability like any other companies in the world.