Congratulations! As a college student you have come one step closer to your career options. However, there are also a number of overwhelming questions on internships, research, placements and further education. At TCC, we hope to help you solve your immediate career confusion, higher education options and guide you to build your profile. Thereafter our experts will prepare you for entrance tests like GRE, GMAT, TOFEL / IELTS and next help you shortlist colleges and documentation for the respective programs. TCC will be with you at every step of the journey until your visa, interviews, and resume are processed, allowing you to safely board your chosen career path.

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From over 4,000 colleges to apply to in U.S.A. and Canada, students are spoilt for choice. However, the top 25 colleges in each subject area/major are highly competitive and for good reason. As between 20,000– 70,000 students apply to each of them annually from more than 150 countries worldwide. You have anywhere between a 5% – 25% acceptance rates for top 25 colleges. The IVY leagues (consists of 8 Universities) has an acceptance rate of 5% -12%. You need to do everything right from 8th grade onwards to set a consistent performance record. Master’s students, on the other hand, need a good balance of grades, extra-curricular, community service and work experience.


A master's degree is the next step in higher education after a bachelor's degree. Typically a two-year program (though some programs can be completed in as little as 11 months), a master's degree immerses students in the professional arena of their choice, giving them advanced knowledge in their industry and preparing them to take leadership roles. Among the types of master's degrees students can pursue are Master of Information Technology (MIT), Master of Healthcare Management (MHCM), Master of Accounting (MAcc) and Master of Education (M. Ed.). Each, as you can see, comes with its own acronym.


Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a postgraduate degree that is awarded to students who have mastered the study of business. MBA programs are considered to be among the most prestigious ones in the world. Students of MBA programs study the theory and application of business and management principles. MBA programs equip students with knowledge that can be applied to a variety of real world business situations.

Whats the difference?

The MBA program is a common type of master's degree, which focuses on business skills. Master's degrees in general may be a good stepping stone for students to advance their careers after completing an undergraduate degree.Master's-level programs may include programs in business, engineering, education and healthcare. A Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is a kind of master's degree program that concentrates on refining general management competencies with an emphasis on business skills, such as accounting or employee relations.

Some FAQ’s

What is an MBA/Masters internship?

Academic programs tend to be fairly theoretical for the most part. An MBA internship allows students to break away from it and get back into the corporate world to try out some of the fantastic concepts they’ve learnt in the business school class. Then they head back into the classroom to finish the rest of the MBA program.

How long does an MBA internship last?

Typically 2-3 months. The actual duration would depend on whether you are joining a pre-defined internship program (generally happens at bigger companies that have been doing this on a structured basis for several years) or a one-off / ad-hoc project that has been created for you based on the company’s immediate needs.We have come across instances where MBA students have completed multiple (smaller) internships within the allotted time-frame.

MBA programs aren’t just vehicles for education. They’re also a way to broaden the network of professionals on which you can rely. To some degree, both full-time and part-time MBA programs provide students and alumni with great business connections.

Meet Our Mentors

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Dhaval Mehta

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Bachelor's Degree (Honors) in Economics & Computer Science

Ruchir Shah

Northwestern University
M. S. Sports Administration

Shruti Mehrotra

NWU, Kellogg School
MBA, Finance

Vaibhav Gokhale

Masters, University of Bristol (UK) in International Management
"After finishing my course at IHM Goa my focus was to be a store manager of a leading coffee chain in the world. Dhaval mentored me to build upon my strengths, realign my goals and dream big. He was instrumental in mentoring my career path and admission process."

Nishit Vyas

B.Com HR College of Commerce and Economics Alumni; Work experience of 3+ years as Analyst in Banks
Accepted to Masters (Finance) UMass Boston, Rochester Institutes of Technology UC Riverside, MBA in Stevens Institute of Technology; Admitted to The University of Sydney Business School; Total Scholarship - $50,000
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