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Hey I'm from India , looking for a Banking an financial MBA. I have completed my under graduation in Engineering and have got a 2 year work experience in an IT- Firm. To do an MBA in Finance , which University would be a good one with IELTS and TOEFL ?
Hey I'm from India , looking for a Banking an financial MBA. I have completed my under graduation in Engineering and have got a 2 year work experience in an IT- Firm. To do an MBA in Finance , which University would be a good one with IELTS and TOEFL ?
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Duncan
You'd really need a GMAT score as well. How about the top 12 schools on this list? http://toprankingmba.com/topmba_asia.htm
You'd really need a GMAT score as well. How about the top 12 schools on this list? http://toprankingmba.com/topmba_asia.htm
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Hey Duncan ,

A GMAT score of how much would be required as a basic criteria ?
Hey Duncan ,

A GMAT score of how much would be required as a basic criteria ?
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I'l furnish my Academic details here :

10th : 83%
12th : 80%
UG : 73%
I have one year of work experience as of now , I am looking to complete 2 years of work experience and then do an MBA.
I'l furnish my Academic details here :

10th : 83%
12th : 80%
UG : 73%
I have one year of work experience as of now , I am looking to complete 2 years of work experience and then do an MBA.

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Alain
Have you checked Duncan's link? These are the average GMAT scores for those 12 schools.

CUHK: 610
IIMA: 735
NUS: 670
HKUST: 625
AIM: 665
AGSM: 635
UQ Business School: na
HKU: 580
IIMB: 730
NTU: 642
Melbourne: 620
IIMC: 725
Have you checked Duncan's link? These are the average GMAT scores for those 12 schools.

CUHK: 610
IIMA: 735
NUS: 670
HKUST: 625
AIM: 665
AGSM: 635
UQ Business School: na
HKU: 580
IIMB: 730
NTU: 642
Melbourne: 620
IIMC: 725
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Yes Alain ,
I did check the link and thanks :)

My other doubt is when applying for scholarships , would my scores qualify for any academic scholarship ?
Yes Alain ,
I did check the link and thanks :)

My other doubt is when applying for scholarships , would my scores qualify for any academic scholarship ?
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Duncan
Almost all of the non-Indian schools will require three years of work experience, not two. The most important data will be the GMAT score.

My notes show much higher GMAT averages for most of the schools listed above, so I think those data must be a few years old. With the exception of NUS, you need to add 30 or 40 points to get the current average.
Almost all of the non-Indian schools will require three years of work experience, not two. The most important data will be the GMAT score.

My notes show much higher GMAT averages for most of the schools listed above, so I think those data must be a few years old. With the exception of NUS, you need to add 30 or 40 points to get the current average.

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Alain
My notes show much higher GMAT averages for most of the schools listed above, so I think those data must be a few years old. With the exception of NUS, you need to add 30 or 40 points to get the current average.


Hi Duncan, I copied those from the website you linked to and didn't did not double check. I agree that they look rather low compared to what I have heard/read. For example, HKUST's average GMAT should be around 660 (GMAT range is 600-720 according to their website http://www.mba.ust.hk/ftmba/studentlife/profile.htm).
<blockquote>My notes show much higher GMAT averages for most of the schools listed above, so I think those data must be a few years old. With the exception of NUS, you need to add 30 or 40 points to get the current average.
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Hi Duncan, I copied those from the website you linked to and didn't did not double check. I agree that they look rather low compared to what I have heard/read. For example, HKUST's average GMAT should be around 660 (GMAT range is 600-720 according to their website http://www.mba.ust.hk/ftmba/studentlife/profile.htm).
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Thanks Duncan & Alain
Thanks Duncan & Alain

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