6 months work experience


I have 6 months of work experience in sales.
i got 650 score on my gmat, are there any colleges in which i can apply?
I am from india

I have 6 months of work experience in sales.
i got 650 score on my gmat, are there any colleges in which i can apply?
I am from india
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Duncan

In terms of where you can apply *and get admitted*, then you should either take a masters in management outside India, or take an MBA in the subcontinent. The FT MiM ranking includes both types of pre-experience programme.

Also read:

Why freshers' MBAs are worse than MiM degrees from better schools http://www.find-mba.com/board/38133

Which MSc's are better than pre-experience 'Freshers' MBAs? www.find-mba.com/board/22783

Pre-experience masters in the USA www.find-mba.com/board/23411

[Edited by Duncan on Mar 13, 2015]

In terms of where you can apply *and get admitted*, then you should either take a masters in management outside India, or take an MBA in the subcontinent. The FT MiM ranking includes both types of pre-experience programme.

Also read:

Why freshers' MBAs are worse than MiM degrees from better schools http://www.find-mba.com/board/38133

Which MSc's are better than pre-experience 'Freshers' MBAs? www.find-mba.com/board/22783

Pre-experience masters in the USA www.find-mba.com/board/23411
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mba hipste...

Outside of India, MBA programs usually require at least two years of work experience. In fact, to get into an internationally-accredited MBA program, you'll probably need more in the range of three years of work experience, minimum.

Like Duncan mentioned, Masters in Management programs, which are usually designed for people with little to no work experience, might be a reasonable alternative for you, depending on your goals. Start with the FT's Master in Management ranking, which lists the best programs from around the world like EMLyon (France,) Cass (UK), Sydney (Australia), etc.

One thing is that there are no USA-based programs in this ranking. This is because these programs tend to be rarer in the US than elsewhere. However, there are some decent American masters in management programs (which aren't ranked) that you might look at: Duke - Fuqua has one, UMass Boston has several, Kellogg has one...

Outside of India, MBA programs usually require at least two years of work experience. In fact, to get into an internationally-accredited MBA program, you'll probably need more in the range of three years of work experience, minimum.

Like Duncan mentioned, Masters in Management programs, which are usually designed for people with little to no work experience, might be a reasonable alternative for you, depending on your goals. Start with the FT's Master in Management ranking, which lists the best programs from around the world like EMLyon (France,) Cass (UK), Sydney (Australia), etc.

One thing is that there are no USA-based programs in this ranking. This is because these programs tend to be rarer in the US than elsewhere. However, there are some decent American masters in management programs (which aren't ranked) that you might look at: Duke - Fuqua has one, UMass Boston has several, Kellogg has one...
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Duncan

The Duke program has amazing outcomes for international students. More than 3 in 4 end up working in the USA.

The Duke program has amazing outcomes for international students. More than 3 in 4 end up working in the USA.
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