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collage selection [#permalink] New post 06 Nov 2004, 11:05
Are there any business schools where Hospitality graduates may have an edge or have appropriate programs.
I have 6-7 yrs managerial experience with hotels. I am interested to specialise either in real estate or finance in relation to hospitality industry.

Prospect goals-Pricewaterhouse Coopers oropen my own customer-experiece consultancy.

My score is not that great 650 (44Q, 35V) and 3.9 GPA.

Can you guide me towards some business schools that may have programs suited to me and I may have a chance of being accepted.

Despite my score, I do plan to apply to some top schools...
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Nov 2004, 14:13
Just a novice opinion from a fellow applicant: Cornell.
I think their GMAT is arond 660-690. Its Hotel school's well known and its location @ NY. can't go wrong with that!
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Nov 2004, 17:27
Have you already looked at Erasmus and ESSEC?

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Re: collage selection [#permalink] New post 10 Nov 2004, 12:59
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Are there any business schools where Hospitality graduates may have an edge or have appropriate programs.
I have 6-7 yrs managerial experience with hotels. I am interested to specialise either in real estate or finance in relation to hospitality industry.

Prospect goals-Pricewaterhouse Coopers oropen my own customer-experiece consultancy.

My score is not that great 650 (44Q, 35V) and 3.9 GPA.

Can you guide me towards some business schools that may have programs suited to me and I may have a chance of being accepted.

Despite my score, I do plan to apply to some top schools...


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