If you consider the infrastructure, resources and opportunities, America is the numero uno choice for a huge majority.For students from India, there are a few reasons why .
In 1991, there were 215 Amish settlements in North America.
20 years later, the number was 427 (see this 20-year review at the Amish Studies site).
Then if you’d like to get the university brand to work for you as well, the ‘Oxbridge’ brands – Cambridge (Judge business School) and Oxford (Said Business School) are strong contenders to consider.
Other good MBA colleges in the UK are Manchester Business School, Cranfield, Cass Business School. S., though there aren’t as many top MBA schools in Canada to choose from, but for many Indians (specially those with a ) the post graduation prospects look much better than in most other countries.
Other states have drawn Amish though, including some recent new ones (see the Amish Studies state population list).
Between 19, the number of Amish states went from 22 to 28, with new communities in such diverse geographic areas as New England (Maine), the Deep South (Mississippi), and the West (Colorado).
The cost of living in Singapore is lesser than staying in Europe.
For management education, Australia is in a strange spot.
States like Kentucky, Wisconsin, and New York have seen their Amish populations rocket. For one, it’s a pretty high-growth area, with the Research Triangle Park generating jobs, and the mild climate attracting northerners for some years now.