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List of Colleges for Admission in MBA
Asked by: Snoopy
Answers: 1
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Posted on Sun, 27 Jul 2008 22:15:12 GMT
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I got 50% marks in BBM and want to pursue my MBA in Finance/Banking in U.S.A., Ireland, Europe, or U.K. I got an IELTS score of 7.5. Can you list out colleges which will accept me for admission? Also give their regional and global rank. I have still not taken GMAT so with my IELTS, Academics, and GMAT (Projected Score), please send me a list of colleges best suited for me and the course availability of MBA in these 4 countries.

Hello Snoopy, your 50% score is quite low for admission at top business schools which have pre-indicated their academic requirements. However, there are top business schools which have not indicated any score for admission. Though they look for students with higher GPA, as they have remained silent about requirements, you can make advantage out of it. Some of those universities are:

Stanford University, USA
Harvard Business School, USA
University of Pennsylvania, USA
London Business School, UK
University of Nottingham, UK
Said Business School, UK
INSEAD, France
Copenhagen Business School, Netherlands

These are some top business schools where you are eligible to apply. However, getting admission at any of universities Iíve listed is extremely difficult. Even though you have only 50% score, score good enough in GMAT to cover your academic weakness. Score above 700 in GMAT is highly considered. Your IELTS score is excellent. But sorry to say, most of the top business schools in U.S.A. including Stanford, and Harvard donít accept IELTS score.

For the complete ranking of Business schools, visit the Financial Times (FT) rank at:

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