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GMAT : ANU KUMARI 790 | CHIRAG FIALOKE 780 | NAGENDRA SINHA 780 | NIKHIL RAJPAL 780 | RAJAN KUKREJA 780 | SACHIT KHERA 780 | ROHIT JAIN 780 | ABHIMANYU SINGH 770 | AMARJEET RAI 770 | ARNAV SAWHNY 770 | ARPIT MIDHA 770 | ASHISH KHANDELIA 770 | AWANEESH VERMA 770 | DEEPAK SEHRAWAT 770 | J B PRUSTY 770 | JYOTHI PRAKASH 770 | LUVKESH 770 | NEHA JAIN 770 | NILESH MOHAN 770 | RAHUL MITRA 770 | RAJAT MEHRA 770 | RAVIJOT CHUGH 770 | SIDDHARTHA JAIN 770 | SOHAIL DEEP 770 | TEG SINGH 770 | VISHWAS GOYAL 770 | VIVEK OBEROI 770 | ABHISHEK IYER 770 | Vinayak Pant 770 | SHAURYA BABU 770 | YAJUR KAPOOR 770 | AADIT PRASAD 760 | ABHISHEK AWASTHI 760 | ABHISHEK DHORELIYA 760 | AJAY KANWAR 760 | AKANKSHA LUTHER 760 | AKHIL BAJAJ 760 | AKSHAT MOHAN SHARMA 760 | AKSHAY GULATI 760 | AMIT KHANNA 760 | AMRITA AGNIHOTRI 760 | SAHIL PALTA 760 | ANSHUL MALIK 760 | ANIRUDDH DIMRI 760 | ANISH JAIN 760 | ANISH UNI KANNAN 760 | ANMOL HANDA 760 | BHUPINDER SINGH 760 | DEEPAN GUPTA 760 | DIVYANG ARORA 760 | DHRUV BAHL 760 | DHRUV VOHRA 760 | FAZAL AHMAD 760 | GAURAV AGARWAL 760 | GAURAV GOEL 760 | GAURAV KAKRAN 760 | JOY SHARMA 760 | KERISHNAN 760 | MEGHA KUNDRA 760 | NAVNEET GILL 760 | NIMIT SINGH 760 | NIREN CHOUDHARY 760 | NITISH PODDAR 760 | PRADEEP HADLEE 760 | PRADIPTYA SINHA 760 | PRATIBHA SINGH 760 | PUNEET GANDHI 760 | RAGHAVENDRA 760 | RAHUL BHATTA 760 | RAHUL SINGH 760 | RAJAT DHAMA 760 | REESHA P 760 | RICHA AGGRWAL 760 | ROHIT SHARDA 760 | RUCHIKA 760 | SACHIN MISHRA 760 | SAMIRAN SARKAR 760 | SANDEEP KHANNA 760 | SANJHALI POTDAR 760 | SAPTADWIPA GOSH 760 | SAURABH SHARMA 760 | SAYALI KASTURI 760 | SHALEEN CHIKARA 760 | SHAMAN SINGH 760 | SHRAVAN KAUL 760 | SHREYA DALVI 760 | SHREYAS SHRIVASTAVA 760 | SIDHARTH SHARMA 760 | SIMRANJEET SINGH 760 | SIMRIN SANDHU 760 | SOUMYA PRAKASH 760 | SUMIT SHARMA 760 | SUREN SULTANIA 760 | TANMAY ROY 760 | TANMAY SARKAR 760 | VAIBHAV AGARWAL 760 | VAIBHAV GOEL 760 | VAIBHAV NAGAR 760 | VANDANA 760 | VARUN GUPTA 760 | VIKAS BANSAL 760 | VIKAS JAIN 760 | Patibandla Sai Nandan 760 | Pushya 760 | Sakshi Uberoi 760 | Nandan 760 | Lipsa Sahu 760 | SAHIL PALTA 760 | Vaibhav Agrawal 760 | Tanmay 760 | Sakshi 760 | AMIT GUPTA 760 | ANKIT KUMAR 760 | KESHAV 760 | RAHUL JAIN 760 | SUMEDH TUCKER 760 | GRE : Shashwat Garg 337 | S. SUBRAMANIAN 336 | ABHINAV GABBA 335 | AADITYA GOEL 335 | NAWAF NAZIR 335 | Sonali Deshpande 335 | ASHWIN RAJAN 334 | Medha Sahi 334 | Ashwini Rajan 334 | Darshan Shetty 334 | Medha Sahi 334 | Sushilee 334 | MALLIKA SOBIT 333 | siddharth sankar rath 333 | Akshay Chandran 333 | Mallika Sobti 333 | ANUKOOL PUROHIT 332 | MALINI BOSE 332 | RAMIT MALHOTRA 332 | SARAH GEORGE 332 | SHREYA MATHAI 332 | KRITI AGARWAL 332 | Unmukt 332 | ANSHUMAN SINGH 331 | KRISHNA PRIYA 331 | Rahul Gaur 331 | AMRITANSHU SINHA 330 | ROHAL KOHLI 330 | R. ABHISHEK 330 | CHIRAG JAIN 330 | Himanshu 330 | HIMANSHU SHARMA 330 | Chirag Jain 330 | GAUTHAM GANESH 329 | VIKRAM DATT RANA 329 | KAVERI 329 | ARUN SWAMINATHAN 329 | GAUTAM GANESH 329 | KAVERI CHAUDHARY 329 | KRIPA AKILA JAGGANATH 329 | PANKHURI 329 | SHIRIN YADAV 329 | SAHIL PURI 329 | SHREYAS 329 | SONAL AGGARWAL 329 | NEERAJ PHADNIS 329 | VAIBHAV BHATIA 329 | Shirin Yadav 329 | Shivam batra 329 | Samarth Dhingra 329 | Sahibi Miranshah 329 | Shivam Atri 329 | Ambika Kapoor 329 | Kripa akila Jagannathan 329 | ANIMESH JAIN 328 | ANKEETA 328 | YAMAN ARORA 328 | ARIHANT KOCHHAR 328 | ANKUR GUPTA 328 | PANKHIT THAPPAR 328 | SHUBHAM CHAUHAN 328 | TRIDEV MISHRA 328 | RENJITH JOSE EPHREM 328 | MONIKA 328 | Aniruddha Nagare 328 | Radhika Chaturvedi 328 | Aman Chaudhary 328 | surabhi sharma 328 | Saransh 328 | Radhika Chaturvedi 328 | SARANSH GUPTA 328 | Vaibhav Bhatnagar 328 | DISHA SHETTY 327 | IELTS : PRASHANTHI S 9 | ANISH OBEROI 8.5 | ANUSHKA PATARA 8.5 | ARCHANA CHAWLA 8.5 | ASHWIN S 8.5 | GV KRISHNAN 8.5 | DR. KUSHARGA 8.5 | MONIL 8.5 | DR. PRAVEEN 8.5 | PRERNA CHAUDHARY 8.5 | PUNEET NAYYAR 8.5 | KEERTHANA JAYAKUMAR 8.5 | PRANAV RATHI 8.5 | SAMITA 8.5 | TASNEEM 8.5 | RUBINA BAROOAH 8.5 | VIPUL KHETARPAL 8.5 | ANISHA OBEROI 8.5 | Keerthana Jayakumar 8.5 | Nikita Nabh 8.5 | Amarpreet Gill. 8.5 | Ritika 8.5 | Rajesh Pawar 8.5 | Rajiv 8.5 8.5 | Rajiv 8.5 | Nallaswamy M 8.5 | Rajeev Kartik 8.5 | Amarpreet Gill 8.5 | ANANYA JAIN 8.5 | GAURI KAUSHISH 8.5 | RAJEEV KARTHIK 8.5 | VARUN SURI 8.5 | SAT : RAJAT MEHNDIRATTA 2400 | ADITI THAKUR 2380 | AGNI 2350 | ABHIJIT LAVANIA 2330 | PRONAY SABLOK 2330 | HIMA BINDU 2320 | SRISTHI NATH 2310 | SUCHITH VASUDEVAN 2310 | ABIR 2300 | Maria suhail 2300 | ARKOIJI GHOSH 2290 | ARKOJI GHOSH 2290 | DIVYA BHASIN 2280 | TANVI BIKHCHANDANI 2280 | ANEESH 2280 | Ananya Gupta 2280 | PRAKRIT GUPTA 2270 | ANAY DAVE 2260 | RIDHIMA KHURANA 2260 | ARJUN GANDHI 2250 | ANIRUDH VISHWANATH 2250 | ARJUN SARKAR 2240 | SIDDHARTH WADHWA 2240 | SUPARN SHARMA 2230 | Ragini 2230 | Ragini 2230 | RAJAN LAL 2220 | NEHA SHARMA 2220 | Ragini khurana 2220 | Udyat Gutgutia 2210 | SHIV GOEL 2200 | YASH 2200 | shruthi 2200 | Shruthi Ramesh 2200 | TUSHAR 2200 | RIDDHI 2190 | SIDHARTH RAJNISH 2190 | NANDINI GANDHI 2190 | SHOVAM CHATTERJEEE 2190 | Shovan Chatterjee 2190 | SHOVAN GUPTA 2190 | TEJAS KASTURI 2190 | PRANAV MOHLA 2180 | YATINDRA KALKI 2180 | Srishti Jain 2180 | Chinmay Markale 2180 | Varshini Srinivas 2180 | Harshil Goel 2180 | Chinmay Markale 2180 | ANNA THOMAS 2170 | HARSHITA SRIRAM IYER 2170 | ANANYA CHURAY 2170 | ANNA 2170 | NAVEEN PILLAI 2170 | SHOURYA 2170 | VARUN SURI 2170 | YASH JOSHI 2170 | DHRUV THAKUR 2170 | AAKANXIT KHULLAR 2170 | Aishwarya 2170 | Varsha varman 2170 | Nikhil 2170 | ARKHOJIT GHOSH 2170 | Aishwarya Jain 2170 | SHEFALI 2160 | SHEFALI GLADSON 2160 | Tanya sharma 2160 | AMRITA DUTTA 2160 | ANIRUDH GARG 2150 | AYUSHA MITTAL 2150 | ASHISH TYAGI 2150 | SIDHARTH BALASUBRAMANIAM 2150 | TOEFL : Aditya Kashi 120 | HARINI 120 | PRIYANKA SHOKEEN 119 | ARCHANA JAIN 119 | JUHI RANJAN 119 | MANASA RAO 119 | SONALI MALIK 119 | Vaishnavi.V 119 | ARAVIND NV 118 | ARUSH MANAV KALRA 118 | ASTHA YADAV 118 | KETKAI 118 | AVIK SARKAR 118 | RAJAN DALAL 118 | SWATI CHAWLA 118 | MITTALI GUPTA 118 | SMITA POKHRIYAL 118 | THOMAS ALEX 118 | Aishwarya Deshana Jain 118 | Rajan Dalal 118 | ANKUSH CHOUDHARY 117 | MEENAKSHI 117 | TAMARA KALLIVELIL 117 | RUBIN 117 | LAURA JAYSEELAN 117 | ABHINAV MEHRA 117 | RAMANUJA ATUR 117 | VIKRAM RANA 117 | SHOUVIK KUMAR 117 | SUMIT AGARWAL 117 | VARUN SURI 117 | VIPUL KHETARPAL 117 | VIKRAM DATT RANA 117 | APARNA CHANDRASHEKHAR 117 |

ADMISSIONS PROCEDURES

The MBA Admissions Process

Most top schools have a rigorous admission process to select students into their programs. Admission decisions are not formula-driven, but depend on the applicant's overall profile.

The application procedure should be carefully completed with all requested information showing the qualifications that schools request and highlight in their public materials. The admission selection process is highly competitive-with the best candidates competing for a restricted number of school openings. A candidate's undergraduate performance, GMAT® and TOEFL® test scores (when required), length and quality of work experience, career goals, resume, personal essays, and recommendation letters are different elements of an MBA application. All Business Schools require candidates to hold at least a Bachelor's Degree or its equivalent. It is not mandatory to have earlier exposure to business studies to be accepted into an MBA Program. Academic results form a vital component of one's application.

Anything that positively reflects one's past interests and experiences is a definite plus. Extracurricular activities that are considered a past success should be emphasized.

Because of the rigors of Business School, admissions committees look for students who are able to motivate and discipline themselves to learn and to balance academic pursuits with their personal lives. Good responses to essay questions and the length and quality of the applicant's work experience wood therefore contribute in making a strong application.

Financial assistance and loan programs for non-US citizens are available though they are very limited. Some of the larger, well-established programs have more funding available or at least more programs in place to help students finance their MBAs. All Indian banks give education loans at nominal rates of interest, and it is a good idea to avail of these loans in case one is looking for outside sources of funding.

The evidence of financial support is required by universities to issue the documents needed for visa application. Applicants are also required to submit a bank statement demonstrating their financial capacity to support their education.

Admissions to Other Graduate Programs

Students wishing to pursue a Master's or PhD in Engineering or Sciences (Computer, Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical etc.) or a Master's or PhD in Economics or Arts subjects need to supplement their application profile with GRE® and TOEFL® scores. For some PhD programs, Subject GRE®s might also be required. For admission to post graduate courses, you need to have a Bachelor's degree. Applications to most graduate programs include details of past academic record, statement of purpose indicating the applicant's areas of interest, recommendation letters, and financial statements showing adequate proof of funding and application forms of the university. The range and choice of courses available in universities abroad is quite exhaustive and one can always find the course of one's choice.

Most universities in the U.S. and UK have academic sessions starting in Fall (August/September) and Spring (January/February). It is advisable to apply about six months prior to your intended date of enrolment. But don't forget to check the application deadline of each university.

Funding options are available to international students for most graduate programs in the form of scholarships, tuition waivers, and research and teaching assistantships though they might not be enough to cover your entire expenses. Most aid in graduate programs is based on merit, and also depends on the funding available to each university in this regard.

Undergraduate Admissions

High School academic record, SAT® scores (when required), personal essays, recommendation letters from teachers, and financial statements are the key elements of undergraduate applications. The choice of courses available is varied and exhaustive.

Most universities in the U.S. and UK have academic sessions starting in Fall (August/September) and Spring (January/February). It is advisable to apply about six months prior to your intended date of enrolment. But don't forget to check the application deadline of each university.

Few top Universities such as Harvard, MIT, Yale, etc. give upto 100% Need Based aid. Their admission policy is need-blind. Few top Universities such as Brown, Stanford, Johns Hopkins, etc. give upto 100% Need Based aid. However, their admission policy is not need-blind. Few top Universities such as Cornell, Duke, etc. give a combination of need-based and merit-based scholarships upto 100%. A lot of schools give merit based scholarships upto 100%. Students with SAT scores more than 1900 can look forward to scholarships provided they choose their universities carefully. Part-time jobs are also available on campus, and students can expect to cover a part of their living cost by working part time.

Admissions Procedures FAQs

How do I find out about American universities and colleges?

The best source of information is the Internet. Most institutions have web pages that contain a wealth of information and instructions on how to submit an application for admission, including special instructions for international students. Alternatively, if you do not have access to the Internet, you can find information by visiting the nearest USEFI, British Council or other country-specific education centers. You can also avail of the services of the Jamboree admission cell to help you get information on colleges and universities abroad.

How do I find the right university for me?

First, you must have a clear idea of what you wish to study and what features you would like the school in which you want to study to have. There are also financial considerations to take into account, and the cost can vary enormously from institution to institution. The field of study, geography, and cost will help you narrow down your selection.

The next step is to contact the universities that appeal to you and obtain information from them. As it can take some time to complete the application process, the earlier you begin the better it is for you. Start your search at least 12 months in advance; if you are planning to begin your studies in Fall 2016, you should start contacting universities in the Fall 2015. Most universities admit new students twice a year.

What is the application process?

Once you have gathered all the information and application forms from the universities that interest you, read them carefully and follow the instructions. Most require you to fill an application form and submit it, along with your educational qualifications, test results, one or more letters of recommendation from former teachers or employers, personal essays and statement of purpose, financial affidavits, and applications for scholarship if any. They will also require that you pay an application fee.

Which tests are required to seek admission in universities abroad?

The standardized tests required for admission vary from country to country and from course to course.

All universities in the United States require applicants to take 'standardized tests' designed to measure students' aptitude for further study. Students whose native language is not English must also demonstrate their proficiency by taking the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). Graduate schools of business and MBA programs usually require the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT); post-graduate programs in other disciplines require the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Students going just after Class twelve for undergraduate programs need to take the SAT I and SAT II tests.

Who takes a decision on admissions?

The admissions office in the university is responsible for receiving applications, credentials, test results, letters of recommendations and application fees. When a file is complete, it is reviewed and a decision taken on admission. For post-graduate admission, the file is referred to the department to be reviewed by professors who make the final decision. A decision of admission could take between one month and six months depending on the university though most decisions take about two to three months.


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