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Making a case (or 5!) for European MBA Programs

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New post 06 Jul 2013, 00:11
Hi Jon,
Recently I heard that Internationals(especially Asians/Indians) may find it difficult to secure employment in the UK post-MBA as the UK is currently in the process of tightening it’s working visa restrictions...So, should Indian applicants with career change (re both industry & job function change) mindset be refrain from applying to LBS or any other UK schools like Said/Judge ?

I'd much appreciate your feedback on this!
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Good question. I have also heard some things about that, but on the other hand had a few folks who graduated LBS, and no one has seemed to have that problem. Anyhow, it's to say that most of what I know about the changing visa situation in England is either hearsay or anecdotal. It's a bit out of the scope of my expertise, and I think it's probably better to speak with recent graduates from the specific school you are looking at, as well as consult a work/visa lawyer familiar with the English legal system and the visa requirements.
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Hey folks, as R2 is winding down, and we approach our "Euro days" of applications, I thought it might be nice to bump this baby up and open it up for discussion. Thoughts? Comments? Disagreements? Funny jokes?

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New post 30 Dec 2013, 11:59
Hey Jon - great to see it live again!

Which European schools one can consider applying now? Aren't they also having R2 (or even R3 in some cases) approaching pretty fast,like their US counterparts?

BTW, Happy NEW YEAR Sir :-)
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