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MBA in aviation sector
Sathyanarayana Rao Turlapati Sathyanarayana Rao Turlapati Member Join date: Jul, 2014 Posts: 1 Points: 0

i have completed my btech in electrical engineering my academic % is 78% and my gre is 285 and ielts is 6.I am planning to do my mba in us with aviation as specialisation.can i do it along with a part time job??

and please suggest me some gud universities with financial aid and placement assistance?

or is it better to this course in india itself??

awaiting to your reply

  • July 04, 2014
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United States

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Andrea Angelo Andrea Angelo Expert Join date: Jun, 2014 Posts: 115 Points: 1650 Trusted Advisor
Hi Sathyanarayana,
 
You have good score in your bachelor and also scored minimum score of 6 in IELTS.
 
The universities in USA require 2-3 years of managerial level work experience for MBA. There are Universities who accept students without work experience but still if you go for MBA with work experience it would increase wide knowledge on what you want to be. You can work more on GRE score since the minimum score of 310, besides for MBA course requires student to take GMATGMAT minimum score of 620/800. You can also work part-time for 20 hours per week under the university regulations.
 
Scholarshipsdepend upon your previous academic result and also after entering the university, depending on your academic performance in the 1st term you will get the fee waiver or scholarship from the 2nd term onwards. The University admission team will have their own eligibility criteria and the student has to fulfill it, then you shall be eligible for the same.
 
Good Luck!!
 
Andrea Angelo | Hotcourses India Pvt Limited
 

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