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Guide to study MBA in UK or USA
Asked by: Abhijit
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Posted on Sat, 20 Sep 2008 08:40:39 GMT
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I am currently in the final year of my graduation in the field of IT Engineering.

I want to know about the colleges which require no work experience and no GMAT score (as I am fresher) as I want to do MBA just after my graduation. I have 69.6% in my graduation.

Please tell me some suitable branches like: Banking/Finance/Other (except software and hardware) sector in MBA in UK and USA so that after the completion of my MBA I can get good job in UK/USA. I may get entry to foreign country in 2009/2010.

Another thing is TOEFL exam. Please tell me which type of TOEFL test I should give to do MBA in UK/USA just after my graduation. What is the total cost of this exam in India? What is the difference among Paper based TOEFL, Computer based TOEFL, and Internet based TOEFL.

Please tell me how to apply for visa to UK/USA.

Hello if you want to do MBA in USA or UK, GMAT is compulsory. You have to taka a GMAT test before any university will offer you an admission. Finding a business school which doesn’t require GMAT is impossible up to my knowledge. However, you can find information on MBA without GMAT here:

At least three years of work experience is must but in some cases if students can show maturity, they can be accepted for admission but such possibility is extremely low.

MBA in Human Resource Management, MBA in Global Banking and Finance, and MBA in Sustainable Management are some of the popular MBA programs these days.

To study in USA, you’ll need to take Academic TOEFL test. Fee for TOEFL in India is US $130. You can find information on IBT, CBT, and PBT at these pages:

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