15 years of education !!


billa
Dear Experts ,

I did my bachelors from india from an open university which is ugc recognized (Illim university ) i wish to pursue my MBA from Usa . I have completed 15 years of education n i wish to pursue MBA from Boston or New York based universities , right now im preparing for Gmat which i have scheduled to April 2012 my target score is 650 .could you please advise me what are my chances of getting excepted .
Dear Experts ,

I did my bachelors from india from an open university which is ugc recognized (Illim university ) i wish to pursue my MBA from Usa . I have completed 15 years of education n i wish to pursue MBA from Boston or New York based universities , right now im preparing for Gmat which i have scheduled to April 2012 my target score is 650 .could you please advise me what are my chances of getting excepted .
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Duncan
Do you have any work experience? Most MBA programmes in the US will expect that.
Do you have any work experience? Most MBA programmes in the US will expect that.
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billa
Hi Chief ,

I have total of 5 years of experience , currently I'm employed in Ipsos as senior media client executive , I have engaged myself in business too .
please advise which universities would entertain my application .
Hi Chief ,

I have total of 5 years of experience , currently I'm employed in Ipsos as senior media client executive , I have engaged myself in business too .
please advise which universities would entertain my application .
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Duncan
Around NY I'd suggest:
Iona College (Hagan) (NY)
Pace University (Lubin) (NY)
New Jersey Institute of Technology
St. John's University (Tobin) (NY)
Fordham University (NY)

Around Boston, you could try:
Clark University (MA)
Suffolk University (Sawyer) (MA)
Bentley University (McCallum) (MA)
Bryant University (RI)
Brandeis University (MA)
University of Massachusetts--Lowell (MA)
University of Massachusetts--Boston (MA)
Around NY I'd suggest:
Iona College (Hagan) (NY)
Pace University (Lubin) (NY)
New Jersey Institute of Technology
St. John's University (Tobin) (NY)
Fordham University (NY)

Around Boston, you could try:
Clark University (MA)
Suffolk University (Sawyer) (MA)
Bentley University (McCallum) (MA)
Bryant University (RI)
Brandeis University (MA)
University of Massachusetts--Lowell (MA)
University of Massachusetts--Boston (MA)
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billa
Hi ,
Could you please tell me which of the above universities
Tuition fees are in the range 30000$ to 40000$ and according to your knowledge how much scholarship i can get as per my application as i will have to finance my education on my own .

Hi ,
Could you please tell me which of the above universities
Tuition fees are in the range 30000$ to 40000$ and according to your knowledge how much scholarship i can get as per my application as i will have to finance my education on my own .
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Duncan
I can't think of many schools that will give scholarships to students with GMAT's around 650, especially in Boston and NYC where there is a huge supply of applicants. I think you know that's not a particularly high score. A few schools have 650 as their minimum GMAT score for scholarships. Check out:
sb.cofc.edu/graduate/mba/
bloch.umkc.edu
www.business.iastate.edu
www.ecu.edu/cs-bus/gradfinasst.cfm
business.gwu.edu/mba/scholarships/carlos-slim

You should check fees directly with the schools, but a few inexpensive schools in NYC, Boston and the region in-between are:
University at Albany--SUNY (NY)
University of Delaware (Lerner) (DE)
University of Hartford (Barney) (CT)
Ithaca College (NY)
Marist College (NY)
University of Rhode Island (RI)
University of New Hampshire (Whittemore) (NH)
University of Vermont (VT)
University of Massachusetts--Lowell (MA)
University of Massachusetts--Boston (MA)
I can't think of many schools that will give scholarships to students with GMAT's around 650, especially in Boston and NYC where there is a huge supply of applicants. I think you know that's not a particularly high score. A few schools have 650 as their minimum GMAT score for scholarships. Check out:
sb.cofc.edu/graduate/mba/
bloch.umkc.edu
www.business.iastate.edu
www.ecu.edu/cs-bus/gradfinasst.cfm
business.gwu.edu/mba/scholarships/carlos-slim

You should check fees directly with the schools, but a few inexpensive schools in NYC, Boston and the region in-between are:
University at Albany--SUNY (NY)
University of Delaware (Lerner) (DE)
University of Hartford (Barney) (CT)
Ithaca College (NY)
Marist College (NY)
University of Rhode Island (RI)
University of New Hampshire (Whittemore) (NH)
University of Vermont (VT)
University of Massachusetts--Lowell (MA)
University of Massachusetts--Boston (MA)
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akashmr
Hello sir... i have a 3 years bachealors degree in business management. I currently have 2 years of work experience and will be adding another year as im planning a fall 2015 intake. Im currently undergoing training for my GMAT. Im planning to take my gmat by october. Im having problems looking out for universities in the US which accept 15 years of education. Im pretty sure that il get 680+ in my gmat. Can u please suggest me all the universities which accept 15 years of education for a full time MBA programme?
Hello sir... i have a 3 years bachealors degree in business management. I currently have 2 years of work experience and will be adding another year as im planning a fall 2015 intake. Im currently undergoing training for my GMAT. Im planning to take my gmat by october. Im having problems looking out for universities in the US which accept 15 years of education. Im pretty sure that il get 680+ in my gmat. Can u please suggest me all the universities which accept 15 years of education for a full time MBA programme?
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ezra
Some business schools will accept a 3-year bachelor's, some will not. And beyond that, many business schools will look at the prestige of the awarding undergraduate institution, because there are some well-respected universities that offer three-year bachelor's degrees, as well as some absolutely sub-par schools.

In the end, it will depend on which business schools you are interested in applying to, so check with them. In its MBA admissions FAQ for instance, Wharton says that program length is not a limiting factor, as long as you have received a bachelor's degree.
Some business schools will accept a 3-year bachelor's, some will not. And beyond that, many business schools will look at the prestige of the awarding undergraduate institution, because there are some well-respected universities that offer three-year bachelor's degrees, as well as some absolutely sub-par schools.

In the end, it will depend on which business schools you are interested in applying to, so check with them. In its MBA admissions FAQ for instance, Wharton says that program length is not a limiting factor, as long as you have received a bachelor's degree.
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