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Saaj87

HI,

I'm a Sri Lankan, presently working for a bank in Bahrain. With 4 years of IT Experience in the Banking Industry and a Bachelors degree in Computer Applications, is there a possibility to pursue an MBA program in USA? And if so, how much would it cost me?

Thanks

HI,

I'm a Sri Lankan, presently working for a bank in Bahrain. With 4 years of IT Experience in the Banking Industry and a Bachelors degree in Computer Applications, is there a possibility to pursue an MBA program in USA? And if so, how much would it cost me?

Thanks
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Duncan

Yes, you can apply to US MBAs if you take the GMAT test.

Try this: http://business-schools.findthebest.com/ There's a column which shows the annual tuition. The data are not all up to date, but it gives you a good idea. Remember that most schools in the US have two years MBAs.

Yes, you can apply to US MBAs if you take the GMAT test.

Try this: http://business-schools.findthebest.com/ There's a column which shows the annual tuition. The data are not all up to date, but it gives you a good idea. Remember that most schools in the US have two years MBAs.
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Yes, you can apply to US MBAs if you take the GMAT test.

Try this: http://business-schools.findthebest.com/ There's a column which shows the annual tuition. The data are not all up to date, but it gives you a good idea. Remember that most schools in the US have two years MBAs.


That is a very good source.

<blockquote>Yes, you can apply to US MBAs if you take the GMAT test.

Try this: http://business-schools.findthebest.com/ There's a column which shows the annual tuition. The data are not all up to date, but it gives you a good idea. Remember that most schools in the US have two years MBAs.</blockquote>

That is a very good source.
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ezra

People here can probably help you more if you provide more details: what are your career goals and expected GMAT score, to start with?

And fees range wildly for good programs, from around $22k for BYU up to around $126k for Harvard. The sweet spot tends to be in the $65k - 80k range - that's where you can find reasonably ranked programs like Maryland Smith, Boston College, Minnesota Carlson, UC Irvine, etc.

People here can probably help you more if you provide more details: what are your career goals and expected GMAT score, to start with?

And fees range wildly for good programs, from around $22k for BYU up to around $126k for Harvard. The sweet spot tends to be in the $65k - 80k range - that's where you can find reasonably ranked programs like Maryland Smith, Boston College, Minnesota Carlson, UC Irvine, etc.
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