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Confused, Seeking Advice

Discussion in 'Education in USA' started by ?Lucky Boy?, Jul 10, 2012.

  1. ?Lucky Boy?

    ?Lucky Boy? New Member

    Hi Guys,

    MY Situation:

    I am 23 years old.
    I have completed 2 years Bachelors Degree (B.Com = Bachelors of Commerce) from a Uni in Pakistan with a poor overall % of 53.
    I have completed Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Management (Level 7 awarded by ABP) from a College in UK.
    I have done IELTS as well with an overall band score of 6.
    I have no work / Business Experience.
    I am Going to start prepairing GMAT.
    I am not good in Theoretical subjects (where creative writing is involved), but i am good with practical subjects like Accounting , Maths etc.
    I want to pursue my education in USA because my bro lives in Kennesaw, Georgia so accomodation will not be a problem for me.
    I am thinking to apply for Georgia State Uni or Kennesaw State Uni for MAcc / MPA program.

    This is where i need ur advice:

    With my 2 years Bachelors Degree + Postgraduate Diploma, can i get enrolled in GSU or KSU?
    (Or if i score good in GMAT, then what are my chances)

    I am going for Masters in Accountancy MAcc / MPA, wld that be a right choice for my future? i wanted to do MBA concentration in Accounting but i think i can
    t get in for that program without any work experience. Am i right?

    Can u please suggest me other good uni's in USA where:

    Masters programs (in Accounting) are AACSB accredited.
    Very affordable for International students (Tuition + Accomodation Prices).
    Application process is not hard.
    Career / Internship oppurtunites after completion of Program.

    Please guys help me what should i do, am i going for the right course, can i get enrolled in US uni?
     
  2. ericroy54

    ericroy54 New Member

    The ages for compulsory education vary by state. It begins from ages five to eight and ends from ages fourteen to eighteen
     

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