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Tanvii

I just noticed that they will stop offering the full time MBA at Virginia Tech. I was going to apply to this program, since I need to do my MBA in Virginia, and for international students it was a lot less costly than Darden.

This is very, very bad for me. Does anybody have any other suggestions for full time MBA programs in Virginia for international students with a budget?

I just noticed that they will stop offering the full time MBA at Virginia Tech. I was going to apply to this program, since I need to do my MBA in Virginia, and for international students it was a lot less costly than Darden.

This is very, very bad for me. Does anybody have any other suggestions for full time MBA programs in Virginia for international students with a budget?
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Duncan

There are only seven full-time accredited MBAs in the state. Why not research them? http://www.find-mba.com/search

There are only seven full-time accredited MBAs in the state. Why not research them? http://www.find-mba.com/search
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mba hipste...

What is your budget? William and Mary seems like the obvious choice, as it is the only other Virginia school besides Darden that's in the FT rankings. That's about $41k per year.

There's also George Mason, that's a bit less expensive but not ranked for its full-time program.

What is your budget? William and Mary seems like the obvious choice, as it is the only other Virginia school besides Darden that's in the FT rankings. That's about $41k per year.

There's also George Mason, that's a bit less expensive but not ranked for its full-time program.

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ezra

One thing I'd recommend is not to make your decision solely on budget. an MBA program is really an investment, and there can be money available to bridge the gap between what you have and what is out of your range. Getting into the best school you can get into will pay off in the long run. Look into scholarships, grants, loans, borrowing money from your family, etc.

That said - there are also some good programs (some ranked ones, even) - in nearby Washington DC: Georgetown, George Washington, American Kogod.

One thing I'd recommend is not to make your decision solely on budget. an MBA program is really an investment, and there can be money available to bridge the gap between what you have and what is out of your range. Getting into the best school you can get into will pay off in the long run. Look into scholarships, grants, loans, borrowing money from your family, etc.

That said - there are also some good programs (some ranked ones, even) - in nearby Washington DC: Georgetown, George Washington, American Kogod.
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Tanvii

Thank you everybody for your advice. I am actually re considering Darden, even though it's expensive. Maybe I can get a scholarship.

Thank you everybody for your advice. I am actually re considering Darden, even though it's expensive. Maybe I can get a scholarship.
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