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Please suggest some universities [#permalink] New post 30 Aug 2013, 05:51
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 10 Sep 2013, 22:33
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Hey there my friend,
Well there aren't really any "brand name" MBAs that you can get into with a 600. But it is great that you are being realistic!

If you apply with a 600, I'd suggest two things - 1. That you consider your school in terms of what is good for you REGIONALLY. This is because many of the lower-ranked (or unranked) MBA programs tend to send their graduates out to jobs locally 2. That you consider schools (in terms of teaching and jobs) where there is a certain strength in real estate. For example Zicklin (Baruch) in NY might be a good choice given the importance of NYC in Real Estate (and other NY schools too).

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