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October 18, 2013 at 8:57 am in reply to: College costs rose significantly over the past yea #38061
More and more students are opting for studies, and today’s generation has understood that Education is the best investment that one could make into, earlier there were courses were not body was opting for it but today there are full course admission. So more no. of students opting for higher education abroad so the education fees are generally been rising higher and higher.
I can’t say for sure if you’ll be able to get into a top 50 school. That said, I think your work experience speaks for itself and is far more extensive than most other applicants. I was worried about my undergrad GPA when I applied to business schools, but ended up getting into
Babson College, I think partly because I had a very above-average GMAT. Maybe try taking a GMAT instead of a GRE?
First there is some eligible criteria that you need to fit into for getting scholarship, It isn’t given to everybody by the trust but to only students that fit in their Scholarship schemes as the rate of pounds is much higher than Indian Currency the cost of living is also high if one opts to go alone on his own needs to have a good monetary backup. But if you are right candidate for their scheme then your future is bright.
If you have made up your mind about getting a loan and making a bright future for son then you should definitely opt for it .
Don’t skip the work experience before going for your MBA. Make sure to research each business school curriculum and see what their policies are on experience. I went to a business school after interning, and don’t think I would have succeeded had it not been for that experience.
Hey Eikhin, before you decide on which college would you like to get admission you should first cleat MCAT and your scores in MCAT would help you to search for best college that you can get admission in.