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Not top 10, but still good enough to get you a job post MBA?

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Not top 10, but still good enough to get you a job post MBA? [#permalink] New post 19 Oct 2013, 23:51
Hello, my first post on this forum, and looking forward to interacting and engaging with the rest of the gang. So here goes:

I understand that nothing beats getting into a Top 10 B-school for an MBA, but what if one does not want to spend the $100k-$150k in 2 years?

Ofcourse, it requires one to have good experience, GMAT score etc, but which are these lower ranked universities, which give scholarships, and at the same time give you a decent (not best) of getting a job? a

I guess that by virtue of being in cities like NY, San Francisco, etc one would have better chances of getting a job. But would like to drill down an identify such universities if possible.

I am an international applicant (working in India at the moment), targeting US MBA in 2015, with 6 years of investment banking experience in Hong Kong & India, a M.S. in Computer Science from top tier university in the US, and an engineering degree India.

Many thanks.
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Not top 10, but still good enough to get you a job post MBA?   [#permalink] 19 Oct 2013, 23:51
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