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Hi,

I am a 27 years MBA applicant from Pakistan.

1) I have almost four years of work experience with leading multinational companies.

2) I have a GMAT score of 660 in one attempt. I hope to increase my score in the next attempt.

3) I have excellent academic records except for my MBA degree (which is considered equivalent to a US under-grad).

4) I am not in a position to finance my degree and will need 100% loan from the school.

5) I don't plan to return to work after an MBA. I want to get a Ph.D. in Business from a good school. So its not very important from me get my MBA from a Top-ranked business school.

Which schools or programs would you recommend for me.

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New post 14 Oct 2005, 05:29
Most, if not all, PhD in Business requirements do not need an MBA. An undergraduate degree should be sufficient.

However, if you really want to take up a Master en route to PhD, you may want to consider going for an MSc. As MSc is research base (whereas MBA is coursework based), it will be useful in your application for PhD as PhD adcoms are more interested in the applicants' ability to do quality research.

My 2 cents' worth.
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