Why Did I Return To India?| Why I Moved Back To India


Ankush discusses his non-STEM Master’s in Finance in America in this conversation. Discover the pros and cons to studying non-STEM subjects in the US. Ankush decided to return to India instead of staying and working in America following graduation. You can see his reasons for leaving America and moving back to India. Ankush compares his MBA experience in India with his Masters of Finance from America. He also shares the pros and cons.

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