One-Year MBA USA


kavs58

Hi All,

I need some help in shortlisting Schools in USA for a One-Year MBA program(12-16 months). I am giving GMAT on Nov 14 which will only allow me to apply in Round 2 for programs starting in May/Aug-2014. My average score so far in the Prep-Tests is around 700. So, taking the worst(650)/best(700) case scenarios, which schools can be my best bet. Getting scholarship is also very important to me.

My Profile:
1. Bachelors in Computer Science Engineering - 75%(among top 3 students in the department)
2. Will have 3.5 yrs of IT experience by end of April 2014.

Some of the Universities that I have shortlisted:
1. Mays Business School, Texas A &M
2. Krannert, Purdue
3. Katz, Pittsburgh
4. Graziadio, Pepperdine University
5. Boston University (BU) School of Management
6. Thunderbird
7. Hough, University of Florida (I may miss the deadline for application)

Thanks

Hi All,

I need some help in shortlisting Schools in USA for a One-Year MBA program(12-16 months). I am giving GMAT on Nov 14 which will only allow me to apply in Round 2 for programs starting in May/Aug-2014. My average score so far in the Prep-Tests is around 700. So, taking the worst(650)/best(700) case scenarios, which schools can be my best bet. Getting scholarship is also very important to me.

My Profile:
1. Bachelors in Computer Science Engineering - 75%(among top 3 students in the department)
2. Will have 3.5 yrs of IT experience by end of April 2014.

Some of the Universities that I have shortlisted:
1. Mays Business School, Texas A &M
2. Krannert, Purdue
3. Katz, Pittsburgh
4. Graziadio, Pepperdine University
5. Boston University (BU) School of Management
6. Thunderbird
7. Hough, University of Florida (I may miss the deadline for application)

Thanks
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Duncan

Let's come back to this after we know your GMAT? I don't think you're likely to get a high scholarship at any of those schools.

Let's come back to this after we know your GMAT? I don't think you're likely to get a high scholarship at any of those schools.
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You may check the following business schools for 1yr MBA Program and among them I would like you to check Babson College as many of my friends have done their 1yr MBA course from there
http://ezinearticles.com/?Top-Ten-One-Year-MBA-Programs&id=648977

You may check the following business schools for 1yr MBA Program and among them I would like you to check Babson College as many of my friends have done their 1yr MBA course from there
http://ezinearticles.com/?Top-Ten-One-Year-MBA-Programs&id=648977
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Duncan

The one year Babson MBA is aimed at students with a undergraduate degree in business (http://www.babson.edu/admission/graduate/programs/full-time-mba/Pages/one-year-program.aspx). This student has a degree in computing. I am glad you had a good experience at Babson, but please stop recommending it to people whose needs it does not fit.

The one year Babson MBA is aimed at students with a undergraduate degree in business (http://www.babson.edu/admission/graduate/programs/full-time-mba/Pages/one-year-program.aspx). This student has a degree in computing. I am glad you had a good experience at Babson, but please stop recommending it to people whose needs it does not fit.
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ezra

Maybe Kevin didn't learn basic marketing principles at Babson. Or, he may have just completely missed this link:

http://www.find-mba.com/advertise

Maybe Kevin didn't learn basic marketing principles at Babson. Or, he may have just completely missed this link:

http://www.find-mba.com/advertise
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