Brigham Young University (Marriott)
The Marriott School of Management at BYU is a one of the private universities in America came into establishment in the year 1891 and was founded by Alice Marriott and J. Willard. Consequently, it sponsors high-skilled business language programs/courses in eleven languages with more than 44,000 alumni it boasts of.
: Wasatch Front region in Provo, Utah
- proof of management and leadership skills
- For an MBA program, the GMAT score required is 670; scores lesser than 600 usually are not considered.
- A bachelor's degree obtained from a recognized university or college.
- Completion of various proficiency exams
- For international pupils: TOEFL score (Computer-based exam) - 240
- TOEFL score (Paper-based exam) - 590
- IELTS - Overall score of 7
The total direct cost (i.e. the tuition plus other required fees) for the whole MBA program:
The full-time MBA students apply for financial aid via a dedicated aid office. All candidates here are considered for a scholarship. International applicants that get an admission in this school might be eligible for the International Graduate Student Scholarship or the IGSS. Pupils automatically are considered for IGSS when they get an admission to a course (without a mandatory application). Awards for scholarship range from 1 quarter to about full tuition fee at their LDS rate. Scholarship awards here average at ~$2,500, this is for the 1st year.
Latest Class Profile For the 2013 batch:
No. of Applicants: 401
No. of people enrolled: 150
International students: 14 %
Average GMAT score: 670
Average GPA: 3.55
Average work experience: 4.10
Average age: 29
Countries represented: 9
Jobs and Career
Every year, the MBA program at the Birmingham Young University has a commendable record of almost 100% placement of students in full-time jobs and internships with bonuses and competitive salaries.
The salaries that the graduates are offered after pursuing their MBA course from this college are one of the highest in North America. Some Fortune 500 companies that pick up the students from this campus after the completion of their course are American Express, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, EBay, Dell, Ford, Goldman Sachs, etc.