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Eligibility for Top Business Schools

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Eligibility for Top Business Schools Post Sun Dec 16, 2012 7:53 am
I have completed Bachelor of Computer Applications, which is a 3 years undergraduate program in India.
I am preparing for GMAT but doubt that I will be eligible to apply to any business school.

Is a 4 year undergraduate program absolutely necessary?

That would mean only the Engineering disciples will be eligible to apply, and I will have to be satisfied with a CAT/XAT(not a rant!). Any help or comment is welcome.

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Post Mon Dec 17, 2012 2:45 pm
Try contacting the admissions offices of schools you are looking at to see how they treat the program. Is it a vocational school?

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