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MBA for fresh grad... [#permalink] New post 27 May 2012, 04:19
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Just graduated with avarage GPA from Georgia Tech, but good scores in GRE.
Being an International grad without experience ,I'd like to know if there any good MBA courses that I can take now...Hult ?
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Re: MBA for fresh grad... [#permalink] New post 27 May 2012, 05:19
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My humble advice to you is to rethink what you're doing. Look at something like Duke's MMS program, or some other program designed for recent grads with little to no work experience. Stay away from the MBA for a while.
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Re: MBA for fresh grad... [#permalink] New post 28 May 2012, 02:31
Thanks but I think Duke MMS date has passed.Hult is open...and what Masters options does a Biomed engineer have to broaden employment opps!?!
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Re: MBA for fresh grad... [#permalink] New post 29 May 2012, 13:32
To follow up on method's point, with few exceptions, once you get one MBA, you can't get a second one. By taking classes at Hult, for example, you are probably severely reducing your chances at a top program later in life. Now, whether or not that's important to you is obviously a very personal decision.
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Re: MBA for fresh grad... [#permalink] New post 29 May 2012, 16:45
shankv wrote:
Thanks but I think Duke MMS date has passed.Hult is open...and what Masters options does a Biomed engineer have to broaden employment opps!?!


It's not a very linear jump, but a Master of Accounting would certainly broaden your employment opportunities. Accounting is always hiring, it pays decently, you get tremendous exposure if you're on the audit side, and it's a decent feeder to MBA or law programs after 3 years. You can go to your nearest state school to land Big 4 relatively easy if you have decent social skills and a 3.5+ GPA.

This is just one example, but it's one I happen to know fairly well, so maybe it's something to look into, maybe not!
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