Does company sponsorship will work?


aiden
Hello!
Could you give me an advise? Which MBA is suitable for me?

I have an Bachelor's degree in Arabic literature and having a 7 years of working experience
in Korean steel company.

I was lucky to got a sponsorship from the company for 1 Year Int'l MBA program.
They will cover my tuition fee. But there are some conditions for sponsorship.

1. It should be one year Int'l MBA and starts within 2017
- US, England, Europe...the region is not limited except S.Korea
2. The ranking and reputation is important.
- Company strongly recommends Global Top 100 MBA

My GMAT Score is low. Under 600...Not enough time to retake.
Changing career is not my goal.
I wanna have a good understanding in corporate strategy (especially B2B) and finance.

What is the best option for me?
Currently I'm considering HULT (Dubai), Durham, St.gullan, Manheim and USC
Hello!
Could you give me an advise? Which MBA is suitable for me?

I have an Bachelor's degree in Arabic literature and having a 7 years of working experience
in Korean steel company.

I was lucky to got a sponsorship from the company for 1 Year Int'l MBA program.
They will cover my tuition fee. But there are some conditions for sponsorship.

1. It should be one year Int'l MBA and starts within 2017
- US, England, Europe...the region is not limited except S.Korea
2. The ranking and reputation is important.
- Company strongly recommends Global Top 100 MBA

My GMAT Score is low. Under 600...Not enough time to retake.
Changing career is not my goal.
I wanna have a good understanding in corporate strategy (especially B2B) and finance.

What is the best option for me?
Currently I'm considering HULT (Dubai), Durham, St.gullan, Manheim and USC
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mba_13
Look at average GMAT's of European schools below -
http://find-mba.com/board/europe/which-european-mba-with-your-gmat-38594

As far as specialization, consider the following link
http://find-mba.com/board/general-forum/how-to-use-linkedin-to-find-the-best-school-28559

You can probably get in touch with school, start the application process and get a conditional offer.. In the mean time, study for GMAT for 30-45 days and break the 600 barrier at least.

[Edited by mba_13 on Nov 28, 2016]

Look at average GMAT's of European schools below -
http://find-mba.com/board/europe/which-european-mba-with-your-gmat-38594

As far as specialization, consider the following link
http://find-mba.com/board/general-forum/how-to-use-linkedin-to-find-the-best-school-28559

You can probably get in touch with school, start the application process and get a conditional offer.. In the mean time, study for GMAT for 30-45 days and break the 600 barrier at least.
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mba hipste...
I would say your GMAT score is going to be a real problem at most of the schools that you mentioned, with the exception of Hult.

For strategy/finance St. Gallen would be a great choice, but your GMAT score would make you a hard sell there.

How much lower than 600 is your GMAT? The average GMAT at Pitt is just over 608, depending on how low your score actually is this may be an option.
I would say your GMAT score is going to be a real problem at most of the schools that you mentioned, with the exception of Hult.

For strategy/finance St. Gallen would be a great choice, but your GMAT score would make you a hard sell there.

How much lower than 600 is your GMAT? The average GMAT at Pitt is just over 608, depending on how low your score actually is this may be an option.
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