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Status: Application process
Joined: 23 Jan 2013
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Location: India
GMAT 1: 600 Q50 V22
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US , Canada , Europe or Australia for Full time MBA. [#permalink] New post 22 Jun 2013, 00:52
Hi ,

I need some guidance as to which country to apply to for MBA
I am an Indian IT male with 3 years of experience and a GMAT score of 650 .

The reviews that i have heard so far about the countries that i have mentioned :
1) Australia : Difficult to get a job if you are not a citizen . PR is very difficult now days.
2) Europe : The MBA is costly and the job market is down and it will take some time to recover so the future prospects seem bleak.
3) US : The job market is good and the growth prospects are high but again its a 2 year course and high MBA costs will take time to recover.
4) Canada : By far the best reviews that i have heard . The B-Schools are not of the highest standards but they are still very good .
The job market is good , with ample opportunities for international students.

Please continue this discussion further . I would like to have an open discussion and some brainstorming so that i can shortlist the country as soon as possible .

regards ..
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Re: US , Canada , Europe or Australia for Full time MBA. [#permalink] New post 25 Jun 2013, 03:15
Hi Madhur,

You have an average GMAT Score. You are in perfect stage of your career and a 4-5 years of work experience is what most B Schools look for.

Please find below the answers of your queries:
1. Australia: Its true that it is difficult to get a job if you are not a PR. But you can apply for PR soon after starting your MBA Program and by the time you will complete your MBA you will get your PR. Process of PR is not very difficult, it is just that you need to go through your assessment first.
2. Europe: There are few business school in Europe with less tuition fees where you can apply like Cranfield School of Management, Judge Business School-University of Cambridge, Said Business School - University of oxford and HEC Paris etc.
3. US: There are few business schools in US which offers 1 year MBA Program like - Boston College (Carroll - 18 Months), Thunderbird School of Global Management etc.
4. Canada: As per your GMAT Score and work experience I would suggest you to apply Simon Fraser Univ and Queen's University etc. There are many more but I can let you know more specifically after having a look at your profile.

Subsequently, you need to skillfully frame your application essays and demonstrate the leadership qualities, achievements at work place and value you will create in b-school society.

Let me know in case of other concerns you might have. You can PM your number to discuss over your profile or selection of b-schools.

Cheers!!
Neha
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Re: US , Canada , Europe or Australia for Full time MBA. [#permalink] New post 25 Jun 2013, 03:24
What you think about MBA course of University of Cumbria? This is good program for online study?
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Re: US , Canada , Europe or Australia for Full time MBA. [#permalink] New post 25 Jun 2013, 03:50
nehasingh1020 wrote:
Hi Madhur,

You have an average GMAT Score. You are in perfect stage of your career and a 4-5 years of work experience is what most B Schools look for.

Please find below the answers of your queries:
1. Australia: Its true that it is difficult to get a job if you are not a PR. But you can apply for PR soon after starting your MBA Program and by the time you will complete your MBA you will get your PR. Process of PR is not very difficult, it is just that you need to go through your assessment first.
2. Europe: There are few business school in Europe with less tuition fees where you can apply like Cranfield School of Management, Judge Business School-University of Cambridge, Said Business School - University of oxford and HEC Paris etc.
3. US: There are few business schools in US which offers 1 year MBA Program like - Boston College (Carroll - 18 Months), Thunderbird School of Global Management etc.
4. Canada: As per your GMAT Score and work experience I would suggest you to apply Simon Fraser Univ and Queen's University etc. There are many more but I can let you know more specifically after having a look at your profile.

Subsequently, you need to skillfully frame your application essays and demonstrate the leadership qualities, achievements at work place and value you will create in b-school society.

Let me know in case of other concerns you might have. You can PM your number to discuss over your profile or selection of b-schools.

Cheers!!
Neha


Hi Neha ,

Thanks for your response . Even i sorted out the same .
As of now i am planning to apply to Queen's and Sauder .
In the month of August i am also planning to take the GMAT again to improve my score , if that happens i will alter my University preferences but i will still keep Canadian Universities in my radar .
Re: US , Canada , Europe or Australia for Full time MBA.   [#permalink] 25 Jun 2013, 03:50
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