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Picking B-School -India -15yr ed +3 yr work ex - Marketing/Consulting

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New post 01 Oct 2018, 08:06
Hi,

Please help me pick the 5 B Schools to fill in during GMAT.

Assume Score - 700-710
B.Com Hons Graduate from India (15 Years of education)
3 years of work ex in Finance and Marketing

Want to pursue Marketing, Brand Management, Consulting.

Please help me pick the 5 courses where I can easily get a VISA as well to stay and work thereafter.

Leaning towards, Rotman(Canada), McGill(Canada), LBS(UK), Cambridge(UK) right now. Not sure about later employment and immigration opportunities in the UK though.

And suggestions or comments appreciated!
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LBS(UK), Cambridge(UK)


You would need to have some great achievements in your WE for you to crack those 2.
And like you said,UK isn't the best place for internationals at this moment.

Rotman should be doable,but have you looked at the US Schools?

If you are just beginning your bschool search I suggest you have a look at the rankings to get an idea about them
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We have a list of schools that accept 3 year undergraduate degrees, both in the North American countries as well as in Europe.

Beyond that though, much of your post MBA job competitiveness would depend on your skill-sets, your GPAs and how you network. Call us for a free profile review

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New post 01 Oct 2018, 22:16
TheIvyLeagueEdge wrote:
We have a list of schools that accept 3 year undergraduate degrees, both in the North American countries as well as in Europe.

Beyond that though, much of your post MBA job competitiveness would depend on your skill-sets, your GPAs and how you network. Call us for a free profile review

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But is it easy to get jobs in either of those two? As my main objective is to immigrate,
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