general query

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general query

by Rajiv Shukla » Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:29 am
I have done my undergraduation from an indian institution which is famous
here in india but not so famous in the world?will it handicap my chances of
getting into a top tier school [booth,fuqua,wharton] ?if yes,then there r
applicants from argentina and italy [who get selected at booth and wharton]
who have done their undergraduation from an institution which might be
famous in their respective countries but no one other than their native
people{i mean other country people] have ever heard of it. how is this
component of the mba application[UNDERGRAD INSTITUION] reviewed and what is
its importance?

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by [email protected] » Tue Jan 14, 2014 11:01 am
Usually, each admissions committee representative is assigned to a specific region about which they are experts. I am fairly confident that each of the schools that you listed will have a member of their admissions committee who is an expert in Indian schools.