Work Visas Important to International Candidates Considering U.S. Schools


This brief summarizes the findings of a recent survey of nearly 700 non-U.S. GMAT test takers who sent at least one GMAT score report to a U.S. business school in Q4 2016. The survey findings show that 2 in 3 respondents would reconsider their decision to apply to a graduate business program in the United States if they are unable to obtain a work visa which would let them seek employment in the United States after completing their degree. 

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