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I have the question, which conditions I comply to accept me a one of the MBA-programmes? I have the advanced technical college certificate and I attended my in-firm training as clerk in wholesale trade. And can you me show also, how I have chance to study business informatics in London/UK
I have the question, which conditions I comply to accept me a one of the MBA-programmes? I have the advanced technical college certificate and I attended my in-firm training as clerk in wholesale trade. And can you me show also, how I have chance to study business informatics in London/UK!

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Answer London Business School:

Please see our website for details of our Programmes: www.london.edu

We require you to have at least 2-3 years work experience after graduation, with the average being 5-6 years. You will need to take the GMAT, our students' average score is 690. Students need to be fluent in written and spoken English.

Thank you
David Simpson
MBA Admissions Manager


Answer Manchester Business School:

Unfortunately I am not able to advise you about studying business Informatics.

Kind Regards
Kate Bradley


Answer Judge Institute of Management University of Cambridge:

General Criteria
To be accepted onto the Cambridge MBA programme, you will need to demonstrate a high intellectual ability including the capacity to think for yourself, practical common sense and the ability to put ideas into action. You will also need to be highly motivated, with a strong desire to learn, to help others to learn, and to make a constructive contribution to society.

Formal Qualifications

Degree
You should normally have a good honours degree from a recognised university. The precise qualification required varies from country to country and from university to university, but as a general guide we are looking for first class or good upper second class honours in the British system, or a GPA of at least 3.2 (out of 4.0) from a major American university. We do accept some people with lower grades, or even without degrees, but only if they have been exceptionally successful in other ways, and if there is very strong evidence of appropriate academic ability. The course is fast moving and intellectually demanding, even by the standards of other leading business schools, and we want to be quite sure that you can perform at this level.

GMAT
All applicants are asked to take the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), but your GMAT score is only one of a number of criteria we use in assessing your application and there is no fixed pass level.

IELTS/TOEFL/CPE
The programme is conducted in English and you will need a high level of English language proficiency to cope with the interactive classes and heavy work load. If you are not demonstrably fluent in written and spoken English you will be asked to take the IELTS, Certificate of Proficiency in English or TOEFL test and to meet our minimum entry requirements of 7.0 (IELTS), A, B or C (CPE) or 250 (TOEFL). The marking scheme for TOEFL has recently changed; a score of 250 is equivalent to 600 under the old paper-based system.

Age and Work Experience

We require all applicants to have at least two years of full-time, practical, 'real world' experience since graduation. Most students have considerably more. There are no upper limits on age and work experience.

It is advantageous if you have international work experience already, or at least some experience of working with people from countries other than your own.

In looking at your practical experience we take account of such things as military service, voluntary service or expeditions, as well as of more traditional jobs. Our main concern is with how much you have learnt from the experiences you have had, and with the management potential you have demonstrated.

For further details about the information contained in this page please contact mba-enquiries@jims.cam.ac.uk.

I am sorry but I do not have any knowledge about informantics.

Louise Freckelton
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