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Applying for business schools in different continents [#permalink] New post 15 Sep 2011, 20:29
I am based in Asia and is planning to apply to business school for the class starting in 2013.

I want to get into business schools that have a strong international reputation for easier recognition from Asia companies. Thus I am thinking about applying cross boarders in US, Europe and Asia.

I have 3-4 US schools in mind and am thinking about applying to perhaps INSEAD in Europe and HKUST in Hong Kong. I understand the culture and methods of each school is already different, let alone between schools in different regions. So I was wondering if the application process will be difficult if I plan to apply to schools mentioned above at the same time.

Would love to hear opinions from someone who have done the same thing too.
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Re: Applying for business schools in different continents [#permalink] New post 16 Sep 2011, 05:39
Class of 2013 is already underway. Only schools I think you can get into now and still grad by 2013 would be INSEAD or CBS J-Term.
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Re: Applying for business schools in different continents [#permalink] New post 16 Sep 2011, 20:41
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Class of 2013 is already underway. Only schools I think you can get into now and still grad by 2013 would be INSEAD or CBS J-Term.


Thanks for the reply. I am planning to apply for class starting in 2013 not the class of 2013.
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Re: Applying for business schools in different continents [#permalink] New post 17 Sep 2011, 10:58
Oh, in that case.. no. You can apply to the schools with no issues. Just do your research to see what's a good fit and get cracking on the gmat!
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