3 yr degree from India MBA


apart from Stanford is there any school in CA which accepts 3 yr degree from India

1) I have a bachelors degree in Commerce ( 3yrs)
2) 12 yrs work exp started as a HR Trainer and am now a HR Manager
3) I want a MBA /MS with concentration in Organizational Development .. any suggestions are more than welcome
apart from Stanford is there any school in CA which accepts 3 yr degree from India

1) I have a bachelors degree in Commerce ( 3yrs)
2) 12 yrs work exp started as a HR Trainer and am now a HR Manager
3) I want a MBA /MS with concentration in Organizational Development .. any suggestions are more than welcome
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nash171988
Even I am having same question
there are some universities which do accepts but don't know about there rankings..
Even I am having same question
there are some universities which do accepts but don't know about there rankings..
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ezra
This will vary by school, so check with the ones that you are interested in.

Many will address these degrees on a case-by-case basis. UCLA Anderson, for example, will weigh the degree in terms of the strength of your profile in other areas (work experience, GMAT score, etc.)

UCSD Rady, on the other hand, pretty much wants you to have a four-year degree - although they base this on credit hours, so you could assumably take some classes elsewhere to make up the balance.

Berkeley/Haas isn't specific about the degree required for international applicants, but looks at the number of years you've been in school over the course of your life (a minimum of 16 years, with at least 12 at the primary and secondary levels.)
This will vary by school, so check with the ones that you are interested in.

Many will address these degrees on a case-by-case basis. UCLA Anderson, for example, will weigh the degree in terms of the strength of your profile in other areas (work experience, GMAT score, etc.)

UCSD Rady, on the other hand, pretty much wants you to have a four-year degree - although they base this on credit hours, so you could assumably take some classes elsewhere to make up the balance.

Berkeley/Haas isn't specific about the degree required for international applicants, but looks at the number of years you've been in school over the course of your life (a minimum of 16 years, with at least 12 at the primary and secondary levels.)
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