Both foreign and Indian MBA degrees have almost the same commercial and professional value; however, certain factors determine which of the two is preferred for an individual.
A foreign MBA is preferred when an individual aspires to work abroad after course completion. If the candidate has the budget to afford a foreign MBA degree and can additionally organise and manage living expenses, they can pursue an MBA in a foreign country. A foreign degree provides additional benefits such as exposure to different cultures, which is not possible in India.
If an individual aspires to work in India, an MBA can be pursued there. Institutes like the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) provide MBA courses of international quality so that the candidate can not only receive a reputed degree but also continue to work in India.