i have no advice, but good luck with all that. I will be heading to Grad School after i get my bachelors in a few years.
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My uncle from Hong Kong went to Wharton school for 1 year (non-MBA program). From what he told me, it's like the Harvard of all business schools. Very tough and competitive, and only a select few can be accepted into Wharton.
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Try and get some work experiance first. Plus look for a job that will help you in getting your masters. Many larger corporations will pay for you to go to graduate school instead of having to shell out the money yourself.
Harvard admissions are pretty wacked imo...not only do they have high standards but work experience is preferred..in addition, the entering classes are usually backed upto several years. I was seriously debating Harvard MBA but after seeing their admissions backed up by several years I decided to look elsewhere.