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Difficult to say, do you want to continue to work in U.A.E? Family commitments? Undergrad GPA? GMAT Score? Do you want a one or two year course?
Without answers to the above I'm just guessing here but I would suggest that you look at some schools in the UK.
Your budget would cover the costs quite nicely, whereas in US schools you might have to settle for a second rate education for that amount. Also, you will find that the courses are extremely international when compared to a US course.
If I were you I would look into Judge (Cambridge), Said (Oxford), Manchester, and Cranfield. All of these uni's will give you an excellent education for your budget. And they are names recognized the world over.
If you let me know some more info about your profile then I might be able to make better recommendations.
Thanks a lot for your comment, well when i find the proper b-school i am looking for, i will resign and i will go abroad, plus i want to take my wife with me, regarding my scores, they are as follow: GMAT: 720 GPA: 3.2 I wish i could study in the US; because of their well known business schools.
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When you say that you have a budget of $80,000 do you mean that you have that much savings to spend on an MBA or that that is the total amount you are prepared to spend?
If that is your savings, and you are prepared to take out loans to fund you the rest of the way, then many more schools are within your reach.
I certainly don't want to make you not look at US B-schools. Your GMAT and work experience suggest that you would be able to find a place at a great school. If you are able to find loans then you should apply to the best schools you can get into.
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