Posted by: jorgegalvez | 19 October, 2009

MBA in the world, Entry requirements, application procedure, tuitin and fees and financial aid.

The most popular MBA in Europe is in Madrid, it is IE Business School:

Entry Requirements

International MBA
– Bachelor degree or equivalent
– At least three years of work experience
– Application form + 2 letters of recommendation + 3 essays
– GMAT (average: 680) or IE Admission Test
– Personal interview
– Certificate of proficiency in the English language (where applicable), e.g.: TOEFL (minimum: 250)

International Executive MBA
– Bachelor degree or equivalent
– At least three years of work experience in a managerial post
– Application form + 2 letters of recommendation
– Personal interview
– Certificate of proficiency in the English language (where applicable), e.g.: TOEFL (minimum: 250).

Global MBA
– Bachelor degree or equivalent
– Several years of work experience are expected although this requirement is flexible. Students must be working during the program.
– Application form + 2 letters of recommendation + 3 essays
– GMAT (average: 680) or IE Admission Test
– Personal interview
– Certificate of proficiency in the English language (where applicable), e.g.: TOEFL (minimum: 250)

Application Procedure

All Programs
1. Application Form
This form provides the Admissions Committee with fundamental information when it comes to evaluating each application. It is therefore essential that detailed information is provided on relevant academic and professional achievements, together with aspirations, motivations and concerns that could play a role in your admission. Supporting documentation, including English Language proficiency exam results, accompany the application form. The application form is available online.
2. GMAT or IE Admissions Test
We require a valid GMAT or IE Admissions Test score.
3. Interview
Having evaluated the application form and additional documentation, the Admissions Committee may invite you to attend an interview. The interview has a dual purpose: first, to examine in greater detail the data provided in the application on academic and professional background and motivation; and second, to ascertain that your profile will stand you in good stead for the structure and demands of the program.
4. The Admissions Committee’s Decision
Following the interview, your application will be subject to a final analysis by the Admissions Committee. The Admissions Committee will evaluate all aspects of your candidature as a whole and will subsequently communicate its decision in writing to you.
Deadline: IE operates a rolling admissions process. We therefore do not have any deadlines for receiving applications. However, we recommend that you apply up to a year in advance in order to guarantee yourself a place on the intake of your choice.

Tuition and Fees

International MBA
€ 48,000 plus € 1,100

Global MBA
€ 35,000 plus € 1,100

International Executive MBA
€ 51,000 plus € 1,100

Financial Aid

There are many scholarships available to students studying at IE as well as other financial aid options, for more information please consult IE’s website: http//www.ie.edu/scholarships.

The most popular MBA in the world is in USA, it is in Boston University (BU)

Entry Requirements

Interested applicants should submit a completed application by one of our three deadlines, November 15th, January 15th or March 15th.

A completed application should include:
• online application & application fee
• answers to essay questions
• current resume
• 2 letters of recommendation
• all official University level transcripts (undergraduate and graduate)
• official GMAT results.

Learn more by visiting: management.bu.edu/admissions/process/index.html

Application Procedure

The Graduate Admission Office promises that you will have a thoughtful and timely response to your completed application. We are here to provide you with support during the admissions process, and to make the experience as transparent as possible while maintaining your privacy.

Contact us at:
Phone – 617-353-2670
Fax – 617-353-7368
Email – mba@bu.edu
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Tuition and Fees

The following tuition, fees, and other expenses have been established at Boston University School of Management for the 2009-2010 academic year.

• Tuition (per year): $37,910
• Fees: $486
• Books and Supplies (Estimated) – $1,574
• Room and Board (Estimated) – $11,808
• Incidentals (Estimated) – $4,394

Total Educational Expenses (Estimated) – $56,172

Financial Aid

Boston University offers a number of financial aid programs to help you pay for your graduate education. Although the benefits are immeasurable, business school is a venture that should be planned carefully and strategically. The long-term financial obligation of your graduate education requires budget planning. The School of Management encourages you to begin preparation far in advance of applying. Our purpose is to help you reach your educational goals by assisting and guiding you through your financial aid process. Along those lines, we have a dedicated counselor within the School who works closely with our graduate students on financial aid.

In addition to financial aid, Boston University School of Management offers a variety of merit scholarship programs for qualified full-time students. Applicants are notified of these opportunities in their initial offers of admission. A separate application for scholarship consideration is not needed, and the Admission Committee considers all admitted candidates for merit scholarship awards.

For the Fall 2008 entering class, 75 percent received scholarship assistance with the average award exceeding $19,000 per year. To see the merit based scholarship options, please visit: management.bu.edu/admissions/tuition/index.html

If you are interested in MBAs you can find it in this web: http://www.find-mba.com/
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