Tips for Your MBA Application

Study in America hosted a panel discussion on applying for an MBA, targeted to the needs of international applicants.  The panelists discuss optimizing your application and interview, applying for financial aid, and international job prospects, among other topics.  Click “Read the rest of this entry” to watch the 25-minute video.

If you’re thinking about an MBA, the Wall Street Journal reports that U.S. business schools are heavily recruiting international students. Thanks to high tuition and increased competition from schools in Asia, U.S. business schools have seen international applications decrease recently and are hoping to reverse the trend.

2010 Panel Question and Answer from tamer turkman on Vimeo.

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  1. The role of financial need in admissions varies by school, so you’ll have to do some research. Here are some useful websites to help you search (from our Resources page – http://blogs.voanews.com/student-union/resources/):

    College Board
    The College Board administers the SAT, one of the exams many colleges look at for undergraduate admission. The website also provides information about schools and lets you search for schools based on various characteristics
    http://www.collegeboard.com/

    Princeton Review
    One of the largest test prep companies in the U.S. and a resource for researching schools and finding a good match
    http://www.princetonreview.com/

    Peterson’s
    Another test prep company that offers extensive guides to picking schools and tools for researching and finding schools
    http://www.petersons.com/

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