Am I late for applying now for MBA in September,2018 intake/scholarship? ..if not then when can I expect the result?


grvbareria

Hi guys,

I am applying to the below universities for MBA for September,2018 intake. The question is : Am I already too late(to get an admit) and for scholarship?? And if not then when can i expect the result(for an admit or not) and scholarship?

1) Newcastle University - EQUIS, AMBA(30 years), AACSB
2) Kingston University - AMBA,AACSB
3) NTU Trent Nottingham University -EQUIS, AACSB
4) Uni of Strathclyde(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
5) Uni of Southhampton(AACSB, AMBA)
6) Leeds(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
7) Glasgow(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
8) Edinburgh(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
9) Birmingham(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
10) Royal halloway(AMBA)
11) Lancaster(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
12) Loughborough University(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
13) Aston(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
14) Brunel(AACSB, AMBA)
15) Durham University Business School(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS) 16) Aberdeen

Thanks in advance!
Gaurav

Hi guys,

I am applying to the below universities for MBA for September,2018 intake. The question is : Am I already too late(to get an admit) and for scholarship?? And if not then when can i expect the result(for an admit or not) and scholarship?

1) Newcastle University - EQUIS, AMBA(30 years), AACSB
2) Kingston University - AMBA,AACSB
3) NTU Trent Nottingham University -EQUIS, AACSB
4) Uni of Strathclyde(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
5) Uni of Southhampton(AACSB, AMBA)
6) Leeds(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
7) Glasgow(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
8) Edinburgh(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
9) Birmingham(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
10) Royal halloway(AMBA)
11) Lancaster(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
12) Loughborough University(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
13) Aston(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS)
14) Brunel(AACSB, AMBA)
15) Durham University Business School(AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS) 16) Aberdeen

Thanks in advance!
Gaurav
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grvbareria

Will be applying to all these colleges max by tomorrow (29/05/2018)

Will be applying to all these colleges max by tomorrow (29/05/2018)
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RobertoG83

Late or not depends from each university, you must check their deadlines.
As for scholarship, the only thing is that they can be awarded more easily if you apply early, as they'd have more left.
You should get your response in 1 to 4 weeks.

Late or not depends from each university, you must check their deadlines.
As for scholarship, the only thing is that they can be awarded more easily if you apply early, as they'd have more left.
You should get your response in 1 to 4 weeks.
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mba hipste...

What does your profile look like? (work experience, GMAT score, undergraduate GPA?) Strong GMAT scores and work experience tend to be looked upon more positively when schools are awarding scholarships.

What does your profile look like? (work experience, GMAT score, undergraduate GPA?) Strong GMAT scores and work experience tend to be looked upon more positively when schools are awarding scholarships.
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grvbareria

Hey ...so basically I have not taken the GMAT but I have a GRE.
Following is my progile:
Work Experience: 5 years in IT(developer/consultant)
GRE: 311(m-161,v-150)
IELTS: 7
10th & 12th -80%
B.E(Undergrad) -75%

I have applied to the following:
1) Newcastle MBA
2) Brunel MBA
3) Loughborough MBA
4) Nottingham Trent MBA
5) Glasgow MBA
6) Birmingham MBA(International Business)
7) Leeds Uni Business School MBA
8) Strathclyde MBA
9) Lancaster MBA
10) Uni of Edinburgh MBA

Thanks in advance !
Gaurav

Hey ...so basically I have not taken the GMAT but I have a GRE.
Following is my progile:
Work Experience: 5 years in IT(developer/consultant)
GRE: 311(m-161,v-150)
IELTS: 7
10th & 12th -80%
B.E(Undergrad) -75%

I have applied to the following:
1) Newcastle MBA
2) Brunel MBA
3) Loughborough MBA
4) Nottingham Trent MBA
5) Glasgow MBA
6) Birmingham MBA(International Business)
7) Leeds Uni Business School MBA
8) Strathclyde MBA
9) Lancaster MBA
10) Uni of Edinburgh MBA

Thanks in advance !
Gaurav
















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RobertoG83

Edinburgh, Strathclyde and Lancaster seem the best options, with Leeds slightly behind.
I think you'll have good chances at these schools with your profile.

Edinburgh, Strathclyde and Lancaster seem the best options, with Leeds slightly behind.
I think you'll have good chances at these schools with your profile.
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Duncan

Interesting to see Nottingham Trent's business school overtaking the blue-blooded University of Nottingham Business School in the new undergraduate rankings from The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/education/2018/may/29/nottingham-trent-leapfrogs-rival-in-university-league-table

Interesting to see Nottingham Trent's business school overtaking the blue-blooded University of Nottingham Business School in the new undergraduate rankings from The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/education/2018/may/29/nottingham-trent-leapfrogs-rival-in-university-league-table
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Razors Edg...

Interesting to see Nottingham Trent's business school overtaking the blue-blooded University of Nottingham Business School in the new undergraduate rankings from The Guardian

NTU's business school isn't doing too bad for itself either, receiving both EQUIS and AACSB accreditation in a fairly short amount of time. Although we'll see if it breaks into any of the major rankings anytime soon. In any case, not a bad value for a dual-accredited MBA.

[Edited by Razors Edge on May 31, 2018]

[quote]Interesting to see Nottingham Trent's business school overtaking the blue-blooded University of Nottingham Business School in the new undergraduate rankings from The Guardian [/quote]
NTU's business school isn't doing too bad for itself either, receiving both EQUIS and AACSB accreditation in a fairly short amount of time. Although we'll see if it breaks into any of the major rankings anytime soon. In any case, not a bad value for a dual-accredited MBA.
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grvbareria

Thanks for the response !
I wanted to check about Loughborough University 1 year full time MBA program. How is it and does the student get any extension after graduating to stay back and find a job?

Thanks in advance!
Gaurav

Thanks for the response !
I wanted to check about Loughborough University 1 year full time MBA program. How is it and does the student get any extension after graduating to stay back and find a job?

Thanks in advance!
Gaurav
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laurie

You would generally need to convert to a Tier 2 visa, which would require you to have a job offer in hand. Most students who want to stay in the country would probably have a job lined up by graduation. Check with Loughborough to see if this is generally in the range of possibility, and if international students are (frequently) able to find jobs before they graduate.

You would generally need to convert to a Tier 2 visa, which would require you to have a job offer in hand. Most students who want to stay in the country would probably have a job lined up by graduation. Check with Loughborough to see if this is generally in the range of possibility, and if international students are (frequently) able to find jobs before they graduate.
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