MBA without GMAT


Sunshine
Hi

I am having 5 yrs of work experience in HR in one of the Top MNC. I want to do MBA majoring in HR and without GMAT. I will have my IELTS exam soon. Which uni or country would be suitable for me? I am a single mother and I cant afford much. But really want to get the degree from a reputed uni. and would also like to work/settle there. Can anyone suggest? Really need the info
Hi

I am having 5 yrs of work experience in HR in one of the Top MNC. I want to do MBA majoring in HR and without GMAT. I will have my IELTS exam soon. Which uni or country would be suitable for me? I am a single mother and I cant afford much. But really want to get the degree from a reputed uni. and would also like to work/settle there. Can anyone suggest? Really need the info
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Evan2007
Will be very tricky without the GMAT, since most good schools require either GMAT scores or GRE scores. Sorry, but I don't know of any reputable schools that will make an exception here. Maybe someone else does. Good luck.
Will be very tricky without the GMAT, since most good schools require either GMAT scores or GRE scores. Sorry, but I don't know of any reputable schools that will make an exception here. Maybe someone else does. Good luck.
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Mamit
Hi

I am having 5 yrs of work experience in HR in one of the Top MNC. I want to do MBA majoring in HR and without GMAT. I will have my IELTS exam soon. Which uni or country would be suitable for me? I am a single mother and I cant afford much. But really want to get the degree from a reputed uni. and would also like to work/settle there. Can anyone suggest? Really need the info


I would suggest for Canada if you are looking for cheap and good program. and also if you are looking for long term plan.
<blockquote>Hi

I am having 5 yrs of work experience in HR in one of the Top MNC. I want to do MBA majoring in HR and without GMAT. I will have my IELTS exam soon. Which uni or country would be suitable for me? I am a single mother and I cant afford much. But really want to get the degree from a reputed uni. and would also like to work/settle there. Can anyone suggest? Really need the info
</blockquote>

I would suggest for Canada if you are looking for cheap and good program. and also if you are looking for long term plan.
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priammal
this is for any indian planning mba overseas

my first choice for mba was one of the top schools from canada...
but as i stand today.. i understand if i study in canada or usa,,

i am not going to spend any thing less than 60000$ for only fee's if i study in any decent school in north america.

scholarship is not guaranteed so chances are 1% out of 100 , as you compete with entire class and business school as a whole.so i am not thinking of it.

MBA is 2 years in north america, so my living expense entirely i assume is going to be nothing less than 40000$ for two years.

next thing you do is think about part time jobs, for a fact mba is so intense , it will kill most of your time in assignments..so you will not be able to do work on part time job's every semester.

next question is what is my ROI(return of investment) , i am spending nothing less than $100000, what will be ROI..you are the best person to judge your self..

do you know what does today's market say "West is coming to East" hope you know east is asia...in simple term scarcity of good job opportunities.

Now let me tell you as a indian why i choose UK MBA.

1. No visa problem, i will get visa in max 10 working days, this is not case with USA, i am sure many will agree..

2. Fee's.UK has few top schools, whose total fee is nothing more than 15000 pounds

3. Mba is only for one year in uk..a big + for working executives.

4. Living expense would be max 800pounds for a month..and one only mba..so high expenses only for a year...

5.so if i consider total amount i have spend on my fee + living , travel extra,, i am spending nothing more than 25lakhs + no part jobs.. when i compare same with North america i am spending nothing less than 50 lakhs, as dollar is 50 right now :)

6.Now UK and Europe , if you compare it will be the same.. i would choose uk from europe bcoz when i come back to india studied and worked in UK would sound better than rest of europe

+ Uk is english spoken country..so no language prob, if i compare to spain or france..

+uk gives me full time work permit after MBA , rest of europe comes in EU(european union) if you want to work post ur mba, your employee has to prove that you can work better than someone from there country, makes it hard for work permit..

i thought of australia too,, with current scenario, i dont need to say anything i guess....

hope this helps...


There are many schools now that offer admissions without a GMAT in both the US and Canada... All however will required some form of entrance exam if you don't want to take the GMAT or GRE testing then you just need to talk with a few admissions reps.



Hi,


i m a 2009 passed out and want to do my mba.
i m writing my ielts this feb.........
i m thining about mba in canada or uk......
now my doubt is should i take both ielts and gmat........
is gmat necessary to apply????????
can i apply wihtout gmat?????????
if so wat are the consequences?????????/
please do sugggest .
<blockquote><blockquote>this is for any indian planning mba overseas

my first choice for mba was one of the top schools from canada...
but as i stand today.. i understand if i study in canada or usa,,

i am not going to spend any thing less than 60000$ for only fee's if i study in any decent school in north america.

scholarship is not guaranteed so chances are 1% out of 100 , as you compete with entire class and business school as a whole.so i am not thinking of it.

MBA is 2 years in north america, so my living expense entirely i assume is going to be nothing less than 40000$ for two years.

next thing you do is think about part time jobs, for a fact mba is so intense , it will kill most of your time in assignments..so you will not be able to do work on part time job's every semester.

next question is what is my ROI(return of investment) , i am spending nothing less than $100000, what will be ROI..you are the best person to judge your self..

do you know what does today's market say "West is coming to East" hope you know east is asia...in simple term scarcity of good job opportunities.

Now let me tell you as a indian why i choose UK MBA.

1. No visa problem, i will get visa in max 10 working days, this is not case with USA, i am sure many will agree..

2. Fee's.UK has few top schools, whose total fee is nothing more than 15000 pounds

3. Mba is only for one year in uk..a big + for working executives.

4. Living expense would be max 800pounds for a month..and one only mba..so high expenses only for a year...

5.so if i consider total amount i have spend on my fee + living , travel extra,, i am spending nothing more than 25lakhs + no part jobs.. when i compare same with North america i am spending nothing less than 50 lakhs, as dollar is 50 right now :)

6.Now UK and Europe , if you compare it will be the same.. i would choose uk from europe bcoz when i come back to india studied and worked in UK would sound better than rest of europe

+ Uk is english spoken country..so no language prob, if i compare to spain or france..

+uk gives me full time work permit after MBA , rest of europe comes in EU(european union) if you want to work post ur mba, your employee has to prove that you can work better than someone from there country, makes it hard for work permit..

i thought of australia too,, with current scenario, i dont need to say anything i guess....

hope this helps...</blockquote>

There are many schools now that offer admissions without a GMAT in both the US and Canada... All however will required some form of entrance exam if you don't want to take the GMAT or GRE testing then you just need to talk with a few admissions reps. </blockquote>






Hi,


i m a 2009 passed out and want to do my mba.
i m writing my ielts this feb.........
i m thining about mba in canada or uk......
now my doubt is should i take both ielts and gmat........
is gmat necessary to apply????????
can i apply wihtout gmat?????????
if so wat are the consequences?????????/
please do sugggest .
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Evan2007
GMAT is required at 99% of good programs. GRE is a possible alternative in some cases. The consequence of not taking these tests that you will have an incomplete application and won't be considered.
GMAT is required at 99% of good programs. GRE is a possible alternative in some cases. The consequence of not taking these tests that you will have an incomplete application and won't be considered.
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shaktirao
In Canada which top schools don't require GMAT score?
In Canada which top schools don't require GMAT score?
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Do you have a list of MBA programs that do not require the GMAT?

Hello there, well i know Distance MBA named Global MBA. Astana School of Management and Business in Kazakhstan. So, you may ask them [email protected]
Good luck!
[quote]Do you have a list of MBA programs that do not require the GMAT?[/quote]
Hello there, well i know Distance MBA named Global MBA. Astana School of Management and Business in Kazakhstan. So, you may ask them [email protected]
Good luck!
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Alain
It's a bit worrying that under "Accreditations and awards" this Astana school names AACSB even though it's not listed on the list of accredited schools on the AACSB website:

http://www.aacsb.edu/accreditation/accredited-members/global-listing

If you look at the "lecturers" page, there's a box saying "Accredited by" and again AACSB is named here.

I would be cautious.
It's a bit worrying that under "Accreditations and awards" this Astana school names AACSB even though it's not listed on the list of accredited schools on the AACSB website:

http://www.aacsb.edu/accreditation/accredited-members/global-listing

If you look at the "lecturers" page, there's a box saying "Accredited by" and again AACSB is named here.

I would be cautious.
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Duncan
Yes the front page is honest: It says member, rather than accredited. But the lecturer pages are mistaken.
Yes the front page is honest: It says member, rather than accredited. But the lecturer pages are mistaken.
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