My 12th class English marks is 77 is it possible to get admission in top universities in uk for mba?

Asked by LavakishoreReddy over 1 year ago

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Divyakshi  Gupta

Divyakshi Gupta

Study Abroad Expert

The following are the standard eligibility for the MBA program in the UK for Indian students:

Academic Requirements: A bachelors degree with a 2:1 qualification, which is equivalent to 50-60%, while some MBA colleges may expect more.

GMAT Score: For most schools, 600+ (minimum) is required. The average for the 2019 class of several B-schools.

Work Experience: Work experience is not always required.

English Language Proficiency: IELTS score (minimum 6.5) and TOEFL (minimum 95)

Updated Resume

Letter of Recommendation: Academic LOR is not acceptable if only one LOR is submitted. However, 1 to 3 professionals or from a supervisor is preferred.

Essay: 500-word personal statement/SOP addressing short and long-term career aspirations, how an MBA course will prepare you for the future, outlining one teamwork experience, and why you choose the programme.

Student Visa

Proof of funds

As you can see, class 12th marks are nowhere mentioned in the requirements so you don’t really have to worry about it. 

Let me know if you need any other information from my end. 


Nandini Chauhan

Nandini Chauhan

Manager-Mentr me

Your 12th class English mark of 77% is a solid start, but admissions to top MBA programs in the UK involve multiple criteria. Top universities typically require a first-class or upper second-class undergraduate degree, along with substantial professional experience, often 3-5 years. These programs are highly competitive, focusing heavily on professional achievements and leadership potential.

Additionally, a strong score in GMAT or GRE is necessary to enhance your application. Comprehensive Letters of Recommendation (LORs) and a persuasive Statement of Purpose (SOP) are also vital. It’s advisable to focus on building a robust profile that highlights your professional accomplishments and leadership skills. Remember, your overall ability to contribute to and benefit from an MBA program is what will ultimately sway admissions committees. 





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