MBA scholarship for Nepalese in USA?

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I've just finished my last semester exams of 4-years Bachelors in Business Administration and am waiting for the results to come. My unofficial GPA is about 3.36. I have not taken any more
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Many US MBA programs offer scholarships or other financial aid to foreign students. A full scholarship is almost impossible to find but partial financial aid is common. It goes primarily to students with high GPA and GMAT scores. GMAT above 600 can help. Below 600 there is probably not much chance.

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Most of what I needed to know is there. But I still want to know whether my GPA is considered average or under-average in USA.
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  • peter t answered 6 years ago
    for most m.b.a students scholarships aren't neccessary. If you went to a decent college and had an internship your last 2 years your job will most likely pay for it. You will need at least a 650 on the GMAT to get into a decent MBA program. With your gpa if you have a stellar GMAT(700+) you have a shot. Your g.p.a is only 1 factor grad schools will look at..... reccomendations, essays, work experience, qulaity of your undergrad school and your GMAT are the others
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