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There is an old adage in the technical industry “Good engineers make bad managers”

A vast majority of companies feel that even the best engineers lack the leadership acumen and skill set to manage a technical team.


Majority of STEM graduates get passed over for promotion.

In fact, about 60% of  product managers do not have a technical degree!

If you happen to be a STEM graduate, you must be wondering how can you beat the odds.

Luckily for you, MEM is the tailor cut  program that can help you fasttrack your career to become a technical leader.

Masters in Engineering Management

Masters in Engineering Management is an interdisciplinary  degree designed for engineering or STEM graduates to build the link between engineering, technology and management.

The demand for Engineering Managers is expected to grow by 9% by 2020.

Apart from the market demand, the growth in terms of salary is also lucrative.

Check out the statistics here:

While there is no doubt that MEM  is the tailor cut solution to help you transition into a managerial position, you will have to face cut-throat competition to get an acceptance letter from a top school.

In fact , the acceptance rate for top MEM  programs is estimated to be  18%-24%!

Primary Reasons Why MEM Applicants Get Rejected

Unable to differentiate between MS, MBA and MEM

Why do you want to pursue an integrated career in technology and management ?

Majority of the candidates prepare their essays for MEM, but their goals reflect an inclination towards MiM/MBA or MS.
You need to explain why exactly you want to go for MEM rather than core management or technical degrees.