USD IMBA vs Full-time MBA


Kasian

Finally...I got the offer from USD IMBA...
being rejected by Rice University and University of Arizona without an interview, and University of Miami after the interview....

I am happy to get the offer from USD....However, I apply Full-time MBA initially as I want to have several years working experience in US after I graduate and I think Full-time MBA will better help (I am an international student). Now they offer me IMBA instead.

Probably I would like to accept too....but I want to know is there any difference between the two programs after graduated? Will an IMBA graduate be less competitive than a Full-time MBA graduate to work in US?

Finally...I got the offer from USD IMBA...
being rejected by Rice University and University of Arizona without an interview, and University of Miami after the interview....

I am happy to get the offer from USD....However, I apply Full-time MBA initially as I want to have several years working experience in US after I graduate and I think Full-time MBA will better help (I am an international student). Now they offer me IMBA instead.

Probably I would like to accept too....but I want to know is there any difference between the two programs after graduated? Will an IMBA graduate be less competitive than a Full-time MBA graduate to work in US?
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Duncan

USD is South Dakota? Improve your GMAT and written English for half a year and then reapply for next year to a better school.

USD is South Dakota? Improve your GMAT and written English for half a year and then reapply for next year to a better school.
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Kasian

Oh it is University of San Diego. Sorry for the confusion.

Oh it is University of San Diego. Sorry for the confusion.
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Kasian

Does anyone have idea about IMBA program of University of San Diego?

Does anyone have idea about IMBA program of University of San Diego?
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Duncan

Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/university/14/university-of-san-diego-usd-school-of-business-administration/discussions

Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/university/14/university-of-san-diego-usd-school-of-business-administration/discussions
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ezra

Will an IMBA graduate be less competitive than a Full-time MBA graduate to work in US?

I believe that IMBA students have the same level of career services support as students from the traditional program.

The IMBA is a bit less competitive than the traditional program, and the cohort is obviously more international. According to USD's career reports, some students in past classes have gone back to their home countries (or to other international locations,) although some do stay in the States.

Did they give you a reason why they admitted you to a different program than the one you applied for? If not, you should ask them - and also ask them about what kind of career support you'll receive after graduation.

<blockquote>Will an IMBA graduate be less competitive than a Full-time MBA graduate to work in US?</blockquote>
I believe that IMBA students have the same level of career services support as students from the traditional program.

The IMBA is a bit less competitive than the traditional program, and the cohort is obviously more international. According to USD's career reports, some students in past classes have gone back to their home countries (or to other international locations,) although some do stay in the States.

Did they give you a reason why they admitted you to a different program than the one you applied for? If not, you should ask them - and also ask them about what kind of career support you'll receive after graduation.
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