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Hello guys, I've been accepted to Kelley as a direct admit, and i would like to know whether Kelley is a target or a semi target. I'm an intl student and i would like to work in the US after graduation. I'm aware of Kelley's IB workshop that has a fantastic placement rate, however will the placement for Kelley be good even if i do not make it into the workshop? I may consider transferring to Ross or Mcintire afterwards, and i was wondering if it is worth the trouble. According to the 2012 class profile of Ross, the rate for transfer students is less than 1%. I'm not too sure about Mcintire. Would the probability of being accepted as a transfer be close to zero? Assuming that i do get into Kelley's workshop, how would i compare to attending Ross or Mcintire?
Transferring to another MBA program is really rare and might prove to be a bigger pain than waiting until next year and applying to Ross. IU is a fantastic school and you can't go wrong with them. But if you have doubts really think it through, transfering really shouldn't be an option.
It sounds like the OP is talking about undergrad b school and not MBA b school. Personally, I don't know much about undergrad b schools, but I hear Kelley is quite good if you want to go into ibanking. You may want to head over to WSO with this question (if you haven't already).
sorry, yes i was referring to UG. i have already posted in WSO but i was hoping to get some different input here from people who have completed their MBAs and such. I would like to find out if Kelley is considered a semi target, and my placement opportunities even if i eventually decide not to go into IB and attend the IB workshop that Kelley is known for.
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