Posted by vinitshah on 08/19/12 9:50am
Dear Sir or Madam,I will take my GMAT in the 1st week of september(expecting 700 plus score).I (23 years old) have completed my Bachelors in Engineering from Mumbai University(India) with score of 58%.Am I eligible for the course and scholarship(MSc in Finance) in Universities like IE, Warwick, Oxford, Grenoble,Rotterdam, Cranfield.
Since I am targeting Academic year 2013-2014,when should I start applying to universities to avail scholarships?
Posted by Thomas Graf on 08/19/12 12:10pm
thank you for your question.
Since I am targeting Academic year 2013-2014,when should I start applying to universities to avail scholarships?In most cases, you first apply for the respective program (e.g. a Master in Management program). You can find the deadline for your favorite programs on the websites of the schools. But in order to save your place I would recommend you to apply as early as possible. For program start in September 2013, for instance, I would apply in early 2013 if possible.
Once you have been accepted for the program you have time to apply for scholarships. At least, this is the order of process as to my best knowledge. Again, I recommend you to carefully read the websites of your favorite schools. Under Financial Aid, you should find the deadlines for the scholarships. Given that many others will apply for the scholarships as well I would apply as early as possible for them.
Maybe - you need to find this out by screening the schools' websites - you can even apply for the scholarship at the same time that you apply for the program.
Am I eligible for the course and scholarship(MSc in Finance) in Universities like IE, Warwick, Oxford, Grenoble,Rotterdam, Cranfield.A GMAT of 700+ is an excellent score and admissions people will carefully screen your cv. But a top gmat score is not the only criterion when it comes to applying for a program. Here are some recommendations:
The next step for you is: Read carefully the admissions page of each of the mentioned programs to get a deeper understanding of what they expect.
As a next step you can contact the school, say that you are interested in the program and whether it would be possible that you getin contact with an alumni or a current student. Then you can ask them all your questions and get insight information, for instance in the admissions process.
Posted by vinitshah on 08/20/12 6:51am
Thanks a lot.
You people are doing such a wonderful job.
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