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For College seniors [#permalink] New post 04 Jun 2013, 03:14
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I am a college senior.
I will be giving the GMAT soon and so was researching about the B-Schools which would grant me admission either on a deferred basis (like Harvard 2+2/ Stanford's Deferred) or a special program like Yale's Silver Scholars Program. Anybody knows about other programs offered by B-Schools which I should know about before deciding which B-School to finally apply to?
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Re: For College seniors [#permalink] New post 05 Jun 2013, 02:48
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In top schools, you have pretty much covered the three options open to you.

If you wish to relocate to Europe, you have Masters in Management programs you can apply to.
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That's about it for top schools. Duke has a master's in management catered towards students just out of undergrad. If you didn't have a business undergrad and want more academic experience in it before entering the workforce it could be a good program to look into
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Re: For College seniors [#permalink] New post 06 Jun 2013, 07:39
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That's about it for top schools. Duke has a master's in management catered towards students just out of undergrad. If you didn't have a business undergrad and want more academic experience in it before entering the workforce it could be a good program to look into


I had a friend who did a similar full-time masters in management program at Wake Forest. And another did one at Harvard's extension school (sort of like a private, but still relatively inexpensive, community college run by Harvard) in the evenings. The latter friend has actually done quite well and was able to get a senior consulting role at a mid-size consulting firm. Despite it being less selective than HBS, Harvard extension actually offers a lot of the same resources (including some of the networking, speakers, professors), so it could be worth a look. Plus a lot of people outside of Boston just assume it's the same thing as a Harvard U degree...haha
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Re: For College seniors [#permalink] New post 06 Jun 2013, 08:20
I'm not sure what kind of programms you're looking for - but indeed as JonAdminissionado said: Masters programmes in Europe, e.g. Germany, are often cheaper for seniors, especially at public universities!
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