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3 year program not sufficient

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What are your undergraduate degree requirements?
A four-year undergraduate degree is required - the equivalent of 16 years of formal education. Typically our Indian applicants who hold a three-year bachelors degree will have completed at least one year of additional study in a masters program or a post bachelors certificate program.
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"Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka

Bachelor’s and/or master’s degree requiring a minimum of four years of university study. A four-year or five-year bachelor’s degree, or both years of a two-year master’s degree following a three-year bachelor’s degree, must be completed. The BCom, BA, and BSc alone are not acceptable. Beginning with application for Fall 2003 admission, the Chartered Accountancy certification can be substituted for the master’s degree requirement and will be admissible."
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Is a three-year degree from India sufficient to apply to the Babcock School?

Yes - we consider the three-year degree from India equivalent to a four-year degree from the United States.
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Dear Team,
I am currently in the process of figuring out schools across USA/Europe/UK,etc which accepts 15 years of education. Hope this will help those whose undergraduate degree is of 3 years.
Kindly note: I will keep on updating as per the school revert. So, the complete list might take few more days.

Schools 15yrs
Emory --- yes
UNC --- yes
Tuck --- yes
Ross --- yes
Michigan broad --- no
Duke --- yes
McCombs --- Nothing explicit**
A&M --- Nothing explicit**
Booth --- yes
Harvard --- yes
Kelley --- no
Simon--- yes
carslon--- yes
smith--- no
foster---yes
fisher---no
olin---yes
owen---no


* completion of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with strong academic performance in the last 60 hours
** McCombs does not require prior coursework in management or business administration, but does require a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution in the United States or a comparable degree from a foreign academic institution. If you have questions on whether or not your international degree is equivalent to a U.S. Bachelor’s degree, please contact GIAC.”


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