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You have certainly taken a step in the right direction. BYU is an excellent school. Good luck with your admission process. I will have Vandita take your questions.
To add to what has already been said-:
Learning--BYU is immersed in values, rigorous in theory and experiential in practice. Professors are very approachable. They invite periodic feedbacks on their classes, which I think is exceptional as it indicates that the professors are genuinely invested in the on-going learning process.
The best value for your money- The icing on the cake -- the program is very affordable! I will be graduating with an insignificant loan (which is such a blessing!). Follow the link for the estimated expenses
Placements - I started my MBA program in July 2012 and Companies started pouring in, in the month of October. I have my internship lined up at Adobe for Summer 2013, already 😃 Thanks to the Business Career center at BYU that offers one-on-one career advising that specializes in your major. The strong and lifelong tradition of alums engaging with and assisting current students is a treasured gift.
Religion- Even though, the School receives generous funds from the Church. Its all-embracing of people from other faiths. The school provides various platforms and opportunities for BYU students to know more about and embrace the religious diversity of the student body.
Place -Provo is called the happy valley and reasonably, so, you will see happy faces everywhere. The BYU MBA community is a very collaborative and inclusive, especially if you are considering to come with your family. There are a lot of activities round the year that spouses are invited for.
I will carry these enriching experiences and lasting friendships with me, where ever I go. The BYU MBA experience has been truly unique. I invite for you to come discover this gem that will forever transform you
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Hi.Iam considering to apply for BYU's MBA in ob/hr concentration in december this year. After my MBA i want to work in US.But i heard that getting an h1b visa for HR MBAs in US is almost impossible as it does not qualify in H1b category.Please shed some light on this.?Are indian students who took HR in byu able to work in US oh h1b?
I am Suruchi Agnihotri, a first year MBA student at BYU - Marriott School of Management. Eight months down my MBA journey, I feel that this is one of the most enriching experiences of my life. This is an amazing institution where the philosophy of education is a bit different than most MBA schools. Instead of the cut-throat competition that you expect at other schools, we have a culture of collaboration and team work. There is a personal touch to everything, you are welcomed by the community and you get assimilated in no time. With the added advantages of excellent faculty, low tuition, low cost of living, and excellent placement opportunities, BYU-MBA is several steps ahead of other Business Schools. I am glad that I came here. Shoot me any queries that you might have.
can you let me know about the major strengths of the college..
i am really interested in operations