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- March 06, 2012
- Preferred study destination: United States
Hi there. Most business schools, in addition to an undergraduate degree, want to see a GMAT score, though some will accept a GRE, and TOEFL or IELTS scores for international applicants. Business schools in the US are coming to value work experience prior to the program more than ever before, so any professional experience in your chosen field should be included in the CV you submit along with the application. Your best bet in finding a scholarship is with the institution to which you choose to apply. Some universities may have scholarships available for candidates that have excellent academic qualifications or test scores. Ask the financial aid office about scholarship opportunities for international students, or if scholarships have been flagged for specific concentrations such as entrepreneurship.
Hi there, MBA in USA is a dream course for most of the students. You need to have 16 years of education to be able to apply for a masters program in USA. All the aspirants must understand that a good undergraduate degree along with a really good GMAT score is the first step towards it. Some universities and colleges may accept GRE also. A good GMAT sometimes can cover up no so good undergraduate degree.GRE and GMAT scores are usually good for 5 years. TOEFL or IELTS is a must and the scores stand good for 2 years. A work experience of 2-2.5 in the middle order management and above proves beneficial. Two years work experience for full-time programs and much more for executive programs is a must. Scholarships are available to students with excellent academic records.