Full time MBA-UK


nair

. I am looking forward to do a full time MBA in top B schools .Here is my profile Work exp : s
oftware engineer from past 4.2 yrs exp in IT ,
IELTS : Appearing in April ..But want to apply before deadlines so that i can get conditional offer letter Grades:
10 th 67 % ,
Inter or 12 th : 92 % ,
Btech - 78 %
can anyone suggest me whether it is wise decision in this current scenario to come to UK for an full time MBA resigning my job in India now.

After research Few universities i chose were:
Aston univ Birmigham , univ of manchester, Kingsston , Warwick , Starthcylde, Bradford , Univ of reading , univ of Glasgow.Royal Holloway University of London, Swansea.

can anyone help if i am miss any good uinv for my profile . i am not writing GMAT for now(reluctant actually) .
your tips and advises will be much appreaciated.

Regards Ajith

. I am looking forward to do a full time MBA in top B schools .Here is my profile Work exp : s
oftware engineer from past 4.2 yrs exp in IT ,
IELTS : Appearing in April ..But want to apply before deadlines so that i can get conditional offer letter Grades:
10 th 67 % ,
Inter or 12 th : 92 % ,
Btech - 78 %
can anyone suggest me whether it is wise decision in this current scenario to come to UK for an full time MBA resigning my job in India now.

After research Few universities i chose were:
Aston univ Birmigham , univ of manchester, Kingsston , Warwick , Starthcylde, Bradford , Univ of reading , univ of Glasgow.Royal Holloway University of London, Swansea.

can anyone help if i am miss any good uinv for my profile . i am not writing GMAT for now(reluctant actually) .
your tips and advises will be much appreaciated.

Regards Ajith
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susee

I think you are in entry level of B-school preparation..I wonder how you picked these universities...Becoz those who select Manchester will think on Cass,Imperial,Oxbridge etc...But you have picked on all tiers....I think you made your selection randmly...May have to rethink on your selection....Do analyse on all factors including fees,GMAT score,IELTS requirements etc... and post your query again......Correct me If I am wrong...

I think you are in entry level of B-school preparation..I wonder how you picked these universities...Becoz those who select Manchester will think on Cass,Imperial,Oxbridge etc...But you have picked on all tiers....I think you made your selection randmly...May have to rethink on your selection....Do analyse on all factors including fees,GMAT score,IELTS requirements etc... and post your query again......Correct me If I am wrong...
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nair

Hey Suse,

Thanks for your time. i did do some research based on Fee, reputation , scholorship , location , salaries for seniors , placements , curriculam , professors area of research , students ratio for each country.

Then i chose universities which i thought above my level (challenge for me if i get admission, few at my level and few below my level (sure admissions).

Hence the reason i posted here , so that i can get any other list of universities for my profile.

Better not to miss anything rather than being in my own ignoratnt world.
pls advise

Ajith

Hey Suse,

Thanks for your time. i did do some research based on Fee, reputation , scholorship , location , salaries for seniors , placements , curriculam , professors area of research , students ratio for each country.

Then i chose universities which i thought above my level (challenge for me if i get admission, few at my level and few below my level (sure admissions).

Hence the reason i posted here , so that i can get any other list of universities for my profile.

Better not to miss anything rather than being in my own ignoratnt world.
pls advise

Ajith
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dulsban

If you are not planning to take the GMAT then you might as well skip Manchester, Warwick and Strathclyde.
Till last year Strath used to consider applications w/o GMAT but not anymore.
From the list of names that you have posted Aston is your best bet. You can look into Durham and Nottingham - good schools with solid reputations and world rankings- considers overall application and might consider your profile w/o GMAT.

Thanks
Anirban

If you are not planning to take the GMAT then you might as well skip Manchester, Warwick and Strathclyde.
Till last year Strath used to consider applications w/o GMAT but not anymore.
From the list of names that you have posted Aston is your best bet. You can look into Durham and Nottingham - good schools with solid reputations and world rankings- considers overall application and might consider your profile w/o GMAT.

Thanks
Anirban
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nair

Thanks dulsban !

Noted ur inputs. On the whole , so along with IELTS it would be good for me to write GMAT ..hmm..ok ...will do then .

But would the universties take my application without GMAT?IELTS and process it and give me a conditional letter ( and puts condition once i complete GMAT and IELTS ) ...they will release me unconditional letter??? Not that i am hating this tests in the beginging..because of the less time i have ....and i want to join in this sep 2010 .

Thanks
Ajith

Thanks dulsban !

Noted ur inputs. On the whole , so along with IELTS it would be good for me to write GMAT ..hmm..ok ...will do then .

But would the universties take my application without GMAT?IELTS and process it and give me a conditional letter ( and puts condition once i complete GMAT and IELTS ) ...they will release me unconditional letter??? Not that i am hating this tests in the beginging..because of the less time i have ....and i want to join in this sep 2010 .

Thanks
Ajith
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dulsban

It's wee bit late for you to be considered for conditional offers.
However, there is no harm in trying.
Strath does issue conditional offers.
It's a good idea to send in your profile for a pre screening in the schools you are interested in. The schools will get back to you with any other requirements that they might be expecting you to fulfill.

It's wee bit late for you to be considered for conditional offers.
However, there is no harm in trying.
Strath does issue conditional offers.
It's a good idea to send in your profile for a pre screening in the schools you are interested in. The schools will get back to you with any other requirements that they might be expecting you to fulfill.
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nair

Thanks a lot dude.....

Thanks a lot dude.....
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ebtea

Hi there,

Are you not considering Nottingham University's Business School? Their MBA provide quite good value for money, at GBP18-19,000 I'm sure you'll get a high ROI :)

Also, they're highly regarded by MNCs - what do you want to do after your MBA? You also mentioned student ratios... male:female? NUBS's is 2:1 :p

Hi there,

Are you not considering Nottingham University's Business School? Their MBA provide quite good value for money, at GBP18-19,000 I'm sure you'll get a high ROI :)

Also, they're highly regarded by MNCs - what do you want to do after your MBA? You also mentioned student ratios... male:female? NUBS's is 2:1 :p
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nair

Hi .

I have applied for Nottingham and tomorrow i have interview with them .....

Thanks for all your inputs.

Any idea how Nottingham interview will be.?

regards
nair

Hi .

I have applied for Nottingham and tomorrow i have interview with them .....

Thanks for all your inputs.

Any idea how Nottingham interview will be.?

regards
nair
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