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Academics: GMAT: 750 (q:45, v:45) Under grad: India, Average Ranked University, Computer Science (Bachelor of Engineering) 74% (Gold Medalist 86%) Grad school: Part Time, Indian Institute of Management Lucknow, MBA(Strategy & Finance), GPA 3.5 Language of Instruction: English
demo: Indian, male, 30
WE: 7 years, IT Industry * 3 years in no 1 Canadian MNC CGI * 1 year in Indian start up * 3 years in Royal Bank of Scotland
Leadership Experience: Leading a team of 10 members for last two years.
Social Service: Active association with an orphanage for last 4 years.
Desired focus: Consulting & Strategic Planning
Schools: top 10, preferably (but not necessary) one year MBA from top US, European B Schools
Any help will be highly appreciated.
Last edited by samcoer on 24 Oct 2010, 00:36, edited 1 time in total.
Sorry for the typo in writing Q54 it is Q45 actually. Regarding why an MBA again,if you will see carefully its a part time MBA that I did and it doesn't helped much to enhance my skills and career. The biggest -ve point was no group learning as everyone was not having time to participate in group projects. So I am looking for a full time MBA with international exposure.
Are you only considering one-year programs? If so, look at Kellogg, INSEAD, Cornell, MIchigan, USC, UCLA, Said, and ESADE to name a few. Some programs will not allow you to pursue an MBA is you already have one so you will need to look into that. _________________