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Re: Foreign applying as resident [#permalink] New post 28 Aug 2007, 17:36
HI Hjort,
Could you, please, give me some advises regarding my situation?

I am a native Romanian, but have been an american resident for 2+ years.
I have a BS on Economics from a state University in Romania. I have worked in US as a retail manager and a sales and service specialist in a bank (my current job).
Unfortunately, I won't be able to apply as a foreign student, since I own a green card, therefore I would have to boost my performance in GMAT (not taken yet), essays and recommandations.
I'm not considering any top schools, I lean more towards NE or NEF B-schools.

Questions:
1.would I be able somehow to get a scholarship?
2. is it possible to boost a career from a part-time MBA (I am considering working if I would not be able to get a scolarship).
3.any other tips, suggestions or questions would be greatly appreciated.
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 [#permalink] New post 25 Oct 2007, 19:30
Hi,
Did you need more details or is my brief profile not even worth an opinion.
Just to clarify, question number two was considering a comparison between part time and full time. The question as it was sounds stupid.
Also, my main an dprobably only choice would be Case Western Reserve- Weatherhead- part time.
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