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which non US cosignor requirement schools should i target?

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I have been doing some research on b-schools in the US which have strong technology inclinations.I aspire to to be a part of of these programs as i want to transition into the business side of IT from my current technical role.

A major filter for me is non US cosignor loans upto Cost of attendance (COA),cant afford even if i get a cost of tuition(COT)

as of this moment,
My list includes(in descending order):


1. Haas
2. Duke
4. Ross

More additions and even deletions are welcome.

Other schools that provide non-cosignor COA

1.Emory
2.Tuck
3.Yale

i would like guidance to know whether they are tech -placement friendly??

Post MBA: aspire to work in Product management,Business strategy in a tech firm in the US of A

about me:
BE (Mumbai University) First Class,
5+ Work experience in IT as ORACLE Database Administrator,
Currently Working as Database Lead



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Hi vijaytak1,

You can convert your from admission to application in b-schools(s) by demonstrating team work qualities and leadership skills in application essays and showcasing other aptitudes like cultural story, achievements in or outside work place during final interviews. You may try your chances in b-schools by clicking http://www.general-ed.com/bschool-selector

Feel free to post any other concerns you might have.

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vijaytak1 wrote:
I have been doing some research on b-schools in the US which have strong technology inclinations.I aspire to to be a part of of these programs as i want to transition into the business side of IT from my current technical role.

A major filter for me is non US cosignor loans upto Cost of attendance (COA),cant afford even if i get a cost of tuition(COT)

as of this moment,
My list includes(in descending order):


1. Haas
2. Duke
4. Ross

More additions and even deletions are welcome.

Other schools that provide non-cosignor COA

1.Emory
2.Tuck
3.Yale

i would like guidance to know whether they are tech -placement friendly??

Post MBA: aspire to work in Product management,Business strategy in a tech firm in the US of A

about me:
BE (Mumbai University) First Class,
5+ Work experience in IT as ORACLE Database Administrator,
Currently Working as Database Lead



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