i want m.b.a best colleges&rates

0 74 Views | Posted 2011-09-06 20:21:02
Asked by ajay babu

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-12-28 16:32:28
    US is one of the finest study destination to pursue MBA, there are many good and top ranked universities in US, which offers MBA.
    In order to pursue MBA form USA, you need to have:
    Good academic record, preferably 60% plus in graduation.
    Relevant undergraduate degree from recognized university.
    2-3 years of full time work experience after graduation.
    GMAT score of 500-600 plus.
    TOEFL score of 85-90 plus.
    Some of the best universities to pursue MBA in US are:
    1.Harvard University.
    2.Stanford University.
    3.Duke University.
    4.University of Bridgeport.
    5.Hult International business school.
    Universities in US have 2 admission in take in a year:
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-06 20:23:15
    best ones inlcude
    1. IIMs with fees between 10 to 13.5 lakhs
    2. XLRI with fees around 10 lakhs
    3. FMS charging 10450 per term excluding living costs
    4. IITs charging between 2 to 8.5 lakhs
    5. NITIE charging 2 lakhs
    Others include MDI, JBIMS, NMIMS, IIFT,SYmbiosis etc.

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