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What's the best way to get my tuition financed?

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What's the best way to get my tuition financed? [#permalink] New post 19 Dec 2004, 02:41
Well, here is the question.
In near future I DO intend to study in UK or may be in US.

What I've got is(not yet, but defenitely will) :
1.First-Class degree from non-english-speakin' country, non US/EU/EEU;
GPA 3,5-4,0;
2.Appropriate work experience in finance field;
3.Good scores on GMAT and IELTS;

....but....

...short of money:(

So what I got to do to solve this prob.?:

1.Get the loan from a bank in US/UK?
2.Get a grant from private company based in country of studies?
3.Get schoolarship, fellowship, kind of sponsorship from fundation?

Can u advice the best way to get source of funding?
Esp. internet resources with loan/grant/schoolarship facilities, where overseas student can apply, as from Ukraine.
Finally, is that possible at all? What are the chances? What's the best way to get my tuition financed?
Any specific advice?

Hope this topic will be particular interesting for many prospective students.

Sincerly,

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Re: What's the best way to get my tuition financed? [#permalink] New post 20 Dec 2004, 17:36
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g_oleksiy wrote:
Well, here is the question.
In near future I DO intend to study in UK or may be in US.

What I've got is(not yet, but defenitely will) :
1.First-Class degree from non-english-speakin' country, non US/EU/EEU;
GPA 3,5-4,0;
2.Appropriate work experience in finance field;
3.Good scores on GMAT and IELTS;

....but....

...short of money:(

So what I got to do to solve this prob.?:

1.Get the loan from a bank in US/UK?
2.Get a grant from private company based in country of studies?
3.Get schoolarship, fellowship, kind of sponsorship from fundation?

Can u advice the best way to get source of funding?
Esp. internet resources with loan/grant/schoolarship facilities, where overseas student can apply, as from Ukraine.
Finally, is that possible at all? What are the chances? What's the best way to get my tuition financed?
Any specific advice?

Hope this topic will be particular interesting for many prospective students.

Sincerly,

Oleksiy


Although I don't normally advise on financial aid, here are a few options:

1) Work for a few years and save some money. Easy to say and hard to do.In addition to allowing you to save money, working will give you experience that schools (and future employers) value.

2) Work for a company that will sponsor you. Major consulting firms and some investment banking firms sponsor start employees' MBA education. You would still have to pay living expenses, but at least you wouldn't have to pay tuition.

3) Get a loan.

4) Get a grant from the school. This option varies from school to school.

Also keep in mind that schools in the UK are usually one year and schools in the US usually have a two year MBA program.

We just posted the following MBA admissions transcripts for UK schools:

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