I'm a BBA (finance major) graduate with no work experience or internships. I'm interested in MS (Business Analytics/Finance) both being STEM certified preferably from the US or secondly the UK or Canada. Will my 15yrs education & non-technical background be of major concern?If yes what are my chances to get into decent universities in above-mentioned countries & what's my best option.?

Asked by Sriteja A about 2 years ago

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Diksha Garg

Diksha Garg

Supply Chain Management expert

Hello Sriteja, how are you doing?

I know it can be a bit difficult to evaluate your profile by yourself and know where you exactly stand in the eligibility criteria of universities abroad. Now, as far as I know, there isn’t any specific bachelor’s course requirement to pursue an MS and even a work experience isn’t an absolute necessity. On the other hand, a certain GPA is a huge factor in the eligibility requirements of a lot of universities abroad. There’s no harm in cross-checking and making sure what options do you actually have based on your profile. 

Don’t worry, you can directly get in touch with experts at https://bit.ly/34cc10E They will evaluate your profile, and then let you know all the possible course options that you can consider along with the best schools to target based on your profile.

Let me know how it went with the experts and if you want me to give you any more details or insights. 

 


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