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  1. The Jindal School of Management admits about 20 PhD students each fall into the school’s two PhD programs, the PhD in International Management Studies and the PhD in Management Science with concentrations in Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, Marketing, and Operations Management. Applications should be submitted by our priority deadline (to be given full consideration) of January 5, 2018. Highlights of JSOM’s PhD Program: · PhD students have access to outstanding faculty researchers, ranked number 5 worldwide in intellectual capital and research contributions (Bloomberg Business 2014 rankings, UT Dallas Top 100 Business School Rankings) · A generous funding package, which includes over the course of your program $20,000 for conference travel and research. In addition, students receive $36,000 annually in the form of research or teaching assistantships and a tuition and fee waiver. · Excellent career prospects. In recent years, students graduating from our program have secured academic placements in universities such as University of Minnesota, University of Florida, University of Texas at Austin, George Washington University, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, University of Illinois at Chicago, and University of Kansas For more information about our program, visit our website at http://jindal.utdallas.edu/phd-programs A student run WhatsApp group is available to help you with the application process. If you need help, please join the group from your smartphone here: https://chat.whatsapp.com/70PeA0CEuyV8v8iwHYukiT
  2. Hi. I'm planning to apply for Operations Research or MEM/MIM/or any other business related degree for my masters studies. I'll be shifting from my Mechanical Engineering discipline. I have not take up any business related courses except for Economics and Professional Ethics. I've also done Optimization during my course work. With a 6.8 CGPA and a 318.5 GRE score (V - 157 Q - 157 AWA - 4.5), I'm planning to use my extracurriculars as my main focus during my applications. I've participated in two business case study competitions, one of which I was a global semi-finalist among 40 teams and I've also helped organize a case study competition of my own. I'm also a keen writer/blogger, which has given me awareness on concepts such as personal branding, content management, analytics and preparing a product like a blog. I wanted someone's take on whether this kind of profile is seen favorably for such programs?
  3. Hello, I am international applicant for business PhD in US. I am aware that applications need to be made in three categories optimistic, medium and safe. I am finding difficulty in identifying colleges as medium and safe. Can someone suggest from where I could get information on this. I am applying for PhD in operations management.
  4. Hey guys, I'm a Supply Chain Management student at Arizona State University and I'll be graduating in May next year. Midway through my junior year I realized that I wanted to pursue a career in operations and manufacturing. I had done some research and found that most internships and jobs in operations or manufacturing require you to hold a degree in industrial engineering. I wanted to know if you guys could give me some advice or share your personal experiences on how someone like myself can gain admission (or if it would even be a possibility) into a highly ranked masters in industrial engineering program. I would like to mention that unlike the traditional business student, I have taken all the same math classes engineering majors do and some computer science courses as well (Calculus 1-3, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Calculus-based Statistics, Intro to Programming, Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures). I have a 4.0 GPA and am part of the honors college here at ASU. I took the GRE recently and did reasonably well (Verbal: 161/170, Quantitative: 166/170, Writing 4.5/6) I would like to thank everyone in advance. Any and all advice will be greatly appreciated.
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