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Shortlisting business schools [#permalink] New post 22 Jul 2014, 23:09
Hello Folks,

I am planning to apply for class of 2015 but I am really confused about shortlisting schools. I am 24 yr male with a BBA degree, currently working with a reputed beverage company for 3 years.

I am looking for schools that are strong in general management. Any suggestions??
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Shortlisting business schools [#permalink] New post 23 Jul 2014, 11:27
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Hey there,

Technically, all MBA programs are good at General Management. However, they go about it in different ways and there are a lot of things to consider! So, that said, here are 3 resources you might find really helpful:

1) [How to Choose Programs] - a good list of factors to consider when shortlisting programs. It isn't exhaustive but it's a great place to start!

2) [Free, Detailed School Profiles] - this gives you insight into everything from class composition to curriculum structure to career placement. Give them a look!

3) [MBA Rankings & How They Work] - if, beyond general management, you're interested in specific concentrations, the bottom of this page gives you rankings for the top programs in each specialization!

Hope this helps!


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