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Please suggest some universities [#permalink] New post 30 Aug 2013, 05:49
I'm looking for universities to apply with GMAT score of 600. Interested in a 2 year MBA program or Masters in management program. I don't mind any location Whether its Europe or Canada or USA etc

I have 3 years work experience in real estate research and consulting and looking for a career change to marketing, decent curriculars and leadership. Above Average GPA

Target GMAT score 630-640.

Please suggest some universities.
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Re: Please suggest some universities [#permalink] New post 31 Aug 2013, 07:17
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Hey jhonnybravo - well, that's really a very broad question. If your only criteria is that they accept GMAT scores of 600, then you can look at the BusinessWeek profiles to see which schools are in that range. Here's their search results showing schools with an average GMAT from 500-600.

But honestly, that's not the very best way to pick a school... There's so many other factors that you want to consider. Specifically, your career goals should be one of the first screens to use. We have an entire section of the EssaySnark blahg dedicated to picking MBA programs. Since we don't know you at all and have no idea what you'd want in a school then it's very difficult for us to offer anything useful when asked a question like that.

So, please feel free to explore those resources. Then, if you have specific questions, pop back over here and lay them on us - it's much easier for us to react to a list of schools you're considering, that you've identified based on your own criteria, than to toss out random names of schools that may or may not be a fit at all.

And have fun with it! Researching schools may seem overwhelming but it's also really exciting. There are so many options out there - which ones are right for you? It can be awesome when you discover them.

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Re: Please suggest some universities   [#permalink] 31 Aug 2013, 07:17
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