Looking for B Schools specifically in the US for 675~ GMAT with 2 Years Work Ex


Hi,
I am currently preparing for my GMAT, looking to do an MBA specifically from the US.
I am confident of scoring upwards of a 675 in GMAT.

Currently I have 2 years of work ex, but looking to apply for a September 2019 intake (by then I will have 3 years of work ex).

Appreciate your help, Thanks!

Hi,
I am currently preparing for my GMAT, looking to do an MBA specifically from the US.
I am confident of scoring upwards of a 675 in GMAT.

Currently I have 2 years of work ex, but looking to apply for a September 2019 intake (by then I will have 3 years of work ex).

Appreciate your help, Thanks!
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Duncan

Why the US? Do you have PR there? Any specific goals?

Why the US? Do you have PR there? Any specific goals?
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Hey Duncan, thanks for getting back so quick.
And no I don't have a PR there as of now.
But a US MBA is what I'm looking for. What school would you suggest?

Hey Duncan, thanks for getting back so quick.
And no I don't have a PR there as of now.
But a US MBA is what I'm looking for. What school would you suggest?
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Duncan

Well, I'd suggest a US MBA taught in another country, so that then you can look for work. The Iowa MBA at CIMBA in Italy is a good example. The Chapman MBA in Prague is an option https://www.chapman.edu/business/graduate/prospective-students/programs/prague-mba.aspx but personally I would look for a part-time programme.

Well, I'd suggest a US MBA taught in another country, so that then you can look for work. The Iowa MBA at CIMBA in Italy is a good example. The Chapman MBA in Prague is an option https://www.chapman.edu/business/graduate/prospective-students/programs/prague-mba.aspx but personally I would look for a part-time programme.
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On what basis do you suggest a US MBA in another country?

Also, to what extent can I count my “family business” work experience into my actual work ex. So before I started working full time at this company, I worked for 5 years in a family run business. (I can provide proof of work as well while applying if required).

On what basis do you suggest a US MBA in another country?

Also, to what extent can I count my “family business” work experience into my actual work ex. So before I started working full time at this company, I worked for 5 years in a family run business. (I can provide proof of work as well while applying if required).
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Duncan

As long as it is work experience after your degree, then it counts.

Most foreign students who want take MBAs in the US stand no chance of getting a work permit. So, I don't know why a US MBA is especially your target, but taking your MBA in a country where you stand a better chance of finding work seems like a great idea.

As long as it is work experience after your degree, then it counts.

Most foreign students who want take MBAs in the US stand no chance of getting a work permit. So, I don't know why a US MBA is especially your target, but taking your MBA in a country where you stand a better chance of finding work seems like a great idea.
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Okay.
Any input you could share with regards to Kelly and Krannert business school’s intake procedure? On an average, how much work experience do they in general require?

Okay.
Any input you could share with regards to Kelly and Krannert business school’s intake procedure? On an average, how much work experience do they in general require?
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Duncan

I think you can work this out yourself.

I think you can work this out yourself.
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Uh. Okay. Thanks for your time!

Uh. Okay. Thanks for your time!
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