Last week we tried to help international applicants figure out where to focus: American MBA programs? Business schools in other English-speaking countries? English-language programs in European countries like Spain?
Whether you’re an American, or are in the US already on a green card or visa, or if you’re an international candidate, it all comes down to figuring out where to spend your limited time and resources, to maximize your chances of an admit to a school that you love.
Because that’s what it boils down to, right?
Yes you want an MBA.
But you don’t want just any MBA.
You want to go to a good school. You know the advantages that a good school will offer — not just in terms of better job opportunities coming out, but also a better education, and a higher-caliber cohort of students you go through the program with, yada yada yada.
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There are always a lot of moving parts to assessing a profile and understanding the best schools to target — and that’s never been more true than now. We’ll do our best to lay out some practical advice for you personally in the Comprehensive Profile Review if you’re feeling you could use an unbiased set of eyes on your individual scenario. Let us know if we can help you get started!!