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"Getting into an MBA" is a unique, country-specific series of books that are your straightforward,   

A-to-Z guide giving you everything you need to know in order to research, apply for, and get admitted to top-ranked MBA programs around the world. These unique guides teach you the questions you need to be asking yourself as well as to the many prestigious business schools out there, in order to find the right fit

for you, your learning style, values, and career goals.

These books go well beyond just MBA applications. You'll get valuable information about the visa process, applying for scholarships and loans, and tons of handy tips about moving to the new country that you will call home for the next few years, such as finding an apartment, opening a bank account, mobile phone plan, and gym membership. You'll learn about communication, food and entertainment, and getting around while you dive into your MBA and integrate into an exciting new culture.

If you're planning to do it yourself (DIY) on this MBA journey, this is the playbook you need!

You can view my Amazon Author Page here.

Keep a look out for any upcoming MBA events near you where all books are offered at a discounted price.

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Everything you need to know about researching, applying for, and arriving in the USA to begin your MBA abroad.

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Everything you need to know about researching, applying for, and arriving in France to begin your MBA abroad.

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Everything you need to know about researching, applying for, and arriving in the UK to begin your MBA abroad.

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Everything you need to know about researching, applying for, and arriving in Canada to begin your MBA abroad.

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COMING IN 2023 and 2024: 

MBA Guidebooks about Spain, Germany, & Switzerland

Or pick up your copy today in these fine stores:

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