The header of a B-school ad read “before joining an MBA program, ask how many would recognize your B-school when you start applying for jobs". True, the most relevant question to be asked by any student. Unfortunately, as a nation we are gullible. We are taken away by the external looks; a big building, and a few freebies are sufficient to convince a prospective student to enroll himself to a management program. Seldom, prospective students do due diligence. But, it is vital that they ask questions about the ranking of the institution, regional accreditation (particularly, this applies to overseas universities), program design, program content, faculty profile, institution’s commitment to quality, use of technology, student-faculty connect, and the teaching methodology. These are the prime factors that determine the quality of the MBA program. Agreed, things like look of the building, green lawns, sports facilities, canteen, etc., do add some degree of comfort. But, do not get trapped by these factors alone. Because, at the end of the day, your managerial skill-sets are looked at, and not what comforts you experienced in your MBA program. One last thing; in today's scenario technology has made learning free from all challenges. Consequently, E-programs are much more preferred simply for the reason that students learn at their own pace, at their convenience, and yet would have all the advantages of on-ground programs. We at Brenau University have made it possible to offer high quality programs on E-platform with the use of technology. Moreover, admissions are open to any program round the year, which is an advantage as students can get admitted to the programs of their choice at their convenience.