for Students looking to Study in the US
For international students interested in U.S. professional schools (e.g., medical school, dental school, pharmacy school, and veterinary school), there are some substantial hurdles. Some of these programs do not accept international students at all, while others only accept small numbers. Even when these schools accept international students, they often require prepayment of substantial amounts of money equal to some or all of the tuition.
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Students entering the field of telecommunications gain access to some of the most dynamic industries—and career opportunities in top and emerging companies. Not only do communications companies need large numbers of new employees, but nearly all industries need network engineers, project leaders, and technically-astute managers/executives. Telecom is pervasive: it is at the foundation of all banking, high tech, energy, healthcare, and other industries. The tools that every industry uses are rooted in telecom.
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There was a time not too long ago when getting an MBA from any University in the U.S. was a sure ticket to a senior management position in a prominent company. With many regions of the world economy at a relative standstill, persistently high unemployment in the U.S. and intense competition for jobs, students considering an MBA must be more selective when they choose an MBA program in the U.S. or elsewhere. The quality and strength of the MBA program you pursue will significantly influence your career options and career paths.
Whether you are about to graduate or already out in the work world, getting an MBA, or Masters in Business Administration, could be very beneficial for advancing your career. No matter what your situation, getting an MBA provides you with the skills you need in today’s competitive workforce. Before you can choose an MBA program, however, you need to understand what types of programs are out there and how to choose the one best for you. Here is a short summary of types of MBA programs, keys points to consider when choosing a program and major components of the MBA application process.
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Most U.S. MBA programs are two years in duration, which to some people seems too long. Why spend the extra year abroad and out of the work force when one year could suffice? The answer is that the MBA was a U.S. creation, so to get the “real” MBA experience; you should go to the U.S. to study. Studying and living in the United States will give you an understanding of how business is done here, but you will also meet with classmates from all over the globe who will add to your information on the global marketplace. Also, an MBA program in the U.S. is both theoretical and practical, with hands-on application of theory. But these are not the only reasons.
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You have received your Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree and want to pursue further academic study in the field of law. What is the next step? For students planning a career in academic or other work that emphasizes legal scholarship, the logical step may be to apply to a doctoral program.
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“The good news for students is that there is a quality business program that can meet the needs of almost anyone in the world.” That is according to Dan LeClair who, as the chief knowledge officer of the leading accreditor of business schools, should know. According to LeClair, “the most important development in business education has been the incredible diversity that has emerged from an unprecedented expansion in global demand.”
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