MBA admission


Ehsan

Hi, its me Ehsan from Paksitan i m looking for MBA in advance marketing field. Would you like to guide me any university offer free tuition fee or scholarship program in Europe.

Hi, its me Ehsan from Paksitan i m looking for MBA in advance marketing field. Would you like to guide me any university offer free tuition fee or scholarship program in Europe.
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Rhino

If you ever found out any university that gives "Free tuition fee", please let us know.

For the scholarship, there are tons of scholarship opportunities out there.
If your GMAT scores 700+, then most likely you'll be given scholarship.

If you ever found out any university that gives "Free tuition fee", please let us know.

For the scholarship, there are tons of scholarship opportunities out there.
If your GMAT scores 700+, then most likely you'll be given scholarship.

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Ehsan

I m still searching for free tuition fee. Can any one brief me hole procedure for admission. E.g IELTS requirement etc.

I m still searching for free tuition fee. Can any one brief me hole procedure for admission. E.g IELTS requirement etc.
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gkhanna

Hi all,

according to this post:

http://www.find-mba.com/board/7401

Tuition in sweden is free. i'm not sure if this is still the case. It also mentions that the cost of living in sweden is quite high so that is something to keep in mind.

As for the procedure for admission. That depends on which schools you apply to. but in general you'll need 2-3 years work experience, gmat score of around 600 (although it's possible to get accepted with a lower score), reference letters, transcripts from your undergrad degree, you'll have to write a few essays, and there will be an interview in most cases. I'm not sure about IELTS/TOFEL requirements but that is something that can be found on the universities website.

Hi all,

according to this post:

http://www.find-mba.com/board/7401

Tuition in sweden is free. i'm not sure if this is still the case. It also mentions that the cost of living in sweden is quite high so that is something to keep in mind.

As for the procedure for admission. That depends on which schools you apply to. but in general you'll need 2-3 years work experience, gmat score of around 600 (although it's possible to get accepted with a lower score), reference letters, transcripts from your undergrad degree, you'll have to write a few essays, and there will be an interview in most cases. I'm not sure about IELTS/TOFEL requirements but that is something that can be found on the universities website.
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