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TOEFL Requirement for Indians for top B schools

Harvard Waiver possible Applicants who have “completed their undergraduate courses from institutions where the medium of instruction is English. That means waived off for INDIANS.
Stanford Waiver possible Applicants who have “completed their undergraduate courses from institutions where the medium of instruction is English. That means waived off for INDIANS.
Wharton Waiver possible Applicants who have “completed their undergraduate courses from institutions where the medium of instruction is English. That means waived off for INDIANS.
MIT Waiver possible Applicants who have “completed their undergraduate courses from institutions where the medium of instruction is English. That means waived off for INDIANS.
Chicago Booth Waiver possible Applicants who have “completed their undergraduate courses from institutions where the medium of instruction is English. That means waived off for INDIANS.
MIT Waiver possible Applicants who have “completed their undergraduate courses from institutions where the medium of instruction is English. That means waived off for INDIANS.
Columbia Not possible Kellogg doesnt waive the TOEFL requirement for Indians
Kelllogg Not possible Kellogg doesnt waive the TOEFL requirement for Indians
Berkeley (Haas) Not possible Required for Indians
Michigan (Ross) Waiver possible Applicants who have “completed their undergraduate courses from institutions where the medium of instruction is English. That means waived off for INDIANS.
Duke (Fuqua) Waiver possible Applicants who have “completed their undergraduate courses from institutions where the medium of instruction is English. That means waived off for INDIANS.
Emory Automatic Waiver TOEFL not required for INDIANS
Texas Mccombs Waiver possible Waiver possible on following conditions:

  • A letter from the applicant requesting the waiver
  • A copy of the applicant’s GMAT score as sent by GMAC (including the full breakdown of verbal and quantitative sections)
  • A writing sample (an answer to one of our essay questions would be sufficient)
  • A written recommendation from a native English speaker who currently has or has had regular verbal interactions with the applicant.
Yale Waiver possible Applicants who have “completed their undergraduate courses from institutions where the medium of instruction is English. That means waived off for INDIANS.
Georgetown Waiver possible Waiver possible if your official transcripts indicate that the medium of instruction was in English language
UCLA (Anderson) Not possible Required for Indians
CMU (Tepper) Waiver possible Waiver possible if your official transcripts indicate that the medium of instruction was in English language
IMD Not Required TOEFL is not required, but there is general requirement of ‘strong command of spoken and written English’
(evaluated through GMAT, essays and interview I guess)
INSEAD Not Required Note that those for whom English is native language, must show knowledge of another language as entry requirement
Kelley Not possible Required for Indians
Marshall Not possible Required for Indians
Queens Canada Waiver possible Applicants who have “completed their undergraduate courses from institutions where the medium of instruction is English. That means waived off for INDIANS.

NUS Essays 2011 ( For class of entering in 2012)

NUS MBA Application for class entering in 2012 is open now. Here are the essay questions

NUS Essay 1

Choose one of the two questions below:
a. Describe your most valued accomplishment and explain why you view it as such OR
b. Describe a time when you failed. What did you learn from that failure? How has that failure made you better equipped for the future?

NUS Essay 2

Name one current issue (economic / social / political) that Asia is facing and identify a couple of strategies that you feel may adequately address the issue.

NUS Essay 3

“Rampant consumerism (seeking material goods without the ability to afford them) is one of the main causes for the current global economic crisis. Restraining consumerism remains a key task for developed countries like the US and Western Europe.” What are your views?

Nanyang (NTU) MBA essays for 2011 batch (class of 2012)

Nanyang MBA application is now open. Here are the essay questions:

Nanyang MBA Essay1: Answer the following questions (maximum 500 words)

(a) Tell us what actions you have taken to learn about us.

(b) From an academic and non academic point of view, describe what most excites you about The NANYANG MBA.

Why is The NANYANG MBA best for you?

(c) Each student aspires to make a mark on The NANYANG MBA community. Tell us about the specific role/s you will take on and the impact you hope to achieve.

Nanyang MBA Essay 2: Discuss your career goals. In what role do you see yourself working in immediately after completing your MBA studies and what is your longer term (10 years) career vision? What skills do you expect to gain from studying at Nanyang and how will they contribute to your vision? (maximum 500 words)

Nanyang MBA Essay 3: Answer one of the questions below (maximum 500 words)

If you are planning to stay in your industry sector post-MBA : Identify the key issues facing organizations in your sector over the next three years? What course of action would you you recommend to such organizations?

If you are planning to switch industry sector post-MBA : Identify the key issues facing organizations in that target sector you wish to go to over the next three years? What course of action would you recommend to such organizations?

Nanyang MBA Essay 4:. Describe two of your most important achievements to date where you led a team and why you consider these two as most important. (maximum 500 words)

Nanyang MBA Essay 5: Optional

Is there any additional information that is critical for the Admissions Committee to know which has not been covered elsewhere in this application? (maximum 350 words)


 

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