help me pick from this shortlist of business schools


gmat 660
toefl 103
work experience 3 years
cgpa 6:35 ( from top 20 engineering college india)

High Reach
ü University of Southern California

ü Virginia Tech

ü Clark University

ü Loyola University Chicago

ü DePaul University


Medium Reach
ü University of Cincinnati

ü Florida Institute of Technology

ü Suffolk University

ü Widener University

ü Western Michigan University

ü University of Colorado, Denver

Safe
University of Alabama in Huntsville

ü CSU, Fresno

ü Lamar University

good business schools i have a good chance of getting into in spring 19??
gmat 660
toefl 103
work experience 3 years
cgpa 6:35 ( from top 20 engineering college india)

High Reach
ü University of Southern California

ü Virginia Tech

ü Clark University

ü Loyola University Chicago

ü DePaul University


Medium Reach
ü University of Cincinnati

ü Florida Institute of Technology

ü Suffolk University

ü Widener University

ü Western Michigan University

ü University of Colorado, Denver

Safe
University of Alabama in Huntsville

ü CSU, Fresno

ü Lamar University

good business schools i have a good chance of getting into in spring 19??
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Duncan
What are your goals? I assume you understand that generally ab Indian candidate at these schools will not get a H1B work visa.
What are your goals? I assume you understand that generally ab Indian candidate at these schools will not get a H1B work visa.
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Ayon
Not sure what's your criteria is for coming up with these set of schools. You have 660 on GMAT you can definitely apply to known names like University of Connecticut, University of Pittsburgh, even University of California at Irvine etc.

You won't be getting 100% scholarship applying to your list of schools simply because they may not have enough funds to dole out that sop to you.

Regardless, for whatever it's worth, USC Marshall, Uni of Colorado, Denver are the only ones I would recommend going from your list.
Not sure what's your criteria is for coming up with these set of schools. You have 660 on GMAT you can definitely apply to known names like University of Connecticut, University of Pittsburgh, even University of California at Irvine etc.

You won't be getting 100% scholarship applying to your list of schools simply because they may not have enough funds to dole out that sop to you.

Regardless, for whatever it's worth, USC Marshall, Uni of Colorado, Denver are the only ones I would recommend going from your list.
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What are your goals? I assume you understand that generally ab Indian candidate at these schools will not get a H1B work visa.


comback to india to run the family business

I did not know that, could you pls elaborate on the h1b visa issue?

[Edited by vampire wolf on Jun 16, 2018]

[quote]What are your goals? I assume you understand that generally ab Indian candidate at these schools will not get a H1B work visa. [/quote]

comback to india to run the family business

I did not know that, could you pls elaborate on the h1b visa issue?
quote
Not sure what's your criteria is for coming up with these set of schools. You have 660 on GMAT you can definitely apply to known names like University of Connecticut, University of Pittsburgh, even University of California at Irvine etc.

You won't be getting 100% scholarship applying to your list of schools simply because they may not have enough funds to dole out that sop to you.

Regardless, for whatever it's worth, USC Marshall, Uni of Colorado, Denver are the only ones I would recommend going from your list.


do those universities that you mentioned have a mba full-time spring intake?

can you give me more examples of universities suited for my profile,with spring 19 intake?

[Edited by vampire wolf on Jun 16, 2018]

[quote]Not sure what's your criteria is for coming up with these set of schools. You have 660 on GMAT you can definitely apply to known names like University of Connecticut, University of Pittsburgh, even University of California at Irvine etc.

You won't be getting 100% scholarship applying to your list of schools simply because they may not have enough funds to dole out that sop to you.

Regardless, for whatever it's worth, USC Marshall, Uni of Colorado, Denver are the only ones I would recommend going from your list. [/quote]

do those universities that you mentioned have a mba full-time spring intake?

can you give me more examples of universities suited for my profile,with spring 19 intake?
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mba hipste...
I did not know that, could you pls elaborate on the h1b visa issue?


https://find-mba.com/articles/visa-issues-working-in-the-us-after-an-mba

Basically, to get an H1-B you'll need to first have a job offer from an employer (your sponsor).

This gets you into the lottery. Since there are more applicants for these visas than there are actual visas - something like 200,000 people apply for them and I think 85,000 are awarded. This means there's an element of chance.
[quote]I did not know that, could you pls elaborate on the h1b visa issue?[/quote]

https://find-mba.com/articles/visa-issues-working-in-the-us-after-an-mba

Basically, to get an H1-B you'll need to first have a job offer from an employer (your sponsor).

This gets you into the lottery. Since there are more applicants for these visas than there are actual visas - something like 200,000 people apply for them and I think 85,000 are awarded. This means there's an element of chance.
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