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Affordable MBA courses Abroad
Adithya K profile image Adithya K Member Join date: Apr, 2012 Posts: 1 Points: 0
Adithya here. I plan to do my fulltime MBA program abroad. My background is, I have done my B.E (IT) and have 3 years of work experience in IT Sector. I have a GMAT score of 680. I don’t have very great extracurricular activities or of that sort in my profile. Can you suggest some affordable (max-20 lakhs INR) MBA program in the US or UK or ASIA...
  • April 16, 2012
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United Kingdom

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Richard Lasrado Richard Lasrado Expert Join date: Mar, 2012 Posts: 344 Points: 5001 Trusted Advisor

In USA, we could offer following universities within 20L budget (with or without scholarship) for MBA:

1. Texas Wesleyan University

2. Arkansas State University

3. Virginia International University

4. University of Findlay

5. Stratford University

6. California State University - East Bay

Outside USA, I will suggest European University (www.euruni.edu) which has campuses located in Geneva (Switzerland), Barcelona (Spain), Munich (Germany), Montreux (Switzerland), and London (United Kingdom). They have partner universities located in USA, Canada, Singapore, China, Australia & other countries and easy student transfer to partner universitites in possible after one semester of 3months. Hence, students get opportunity to complete MBA in more than one country within the budget of 20L. EU is ranked #3 in Switzerland and ranked #38 in Europe. It has triple accrediation i.e., IACBE, IQA and ACBSP accrediation and hence the MBA degree has better recognition. 

Regards,

Richard Lasrado | Education Abroad Counselling Centre
 

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