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I am Indian applicant targeting fall 2015 . My profile is as follows.

Work ex- 7 years in IT Product Development with multiple appreciations and a good career progression.
GMAT - 720
Extra Curriculars - Held leadership positions in my college, actively involved in social work.
Graduation - From a reputed Engineering institute in India

My short term goal post MBA is to get into a product management role in the technology sector. My long term goal is to start a product development company in the technology domain of my own.

As per my initial research, the below schools would suit my goals
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McCombs
Cornell
Kenan Flagler
UCLA

As I would be counting on scholarships to puruse my MBA, can anybody please advise if I have picked the right schools.

Could you please suggest any other schools that I must target as well.

Thanks
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Hi,

I am Indian applicant targeting fall 2015 . My profile is as follows.

Work ex- 7 years in IT Product Development with multiple appreciations and a good career progression.
GMAT - 720
Extra Curriculars - Held leadership positions in my college, actively involved in social work.
Graduation - From a reputed Engineering institute in India

My short term goal post MBA is to get into a product management role in the technology sector. My long term goal is to start a product development company in the technology domain of my own.

As per my initial research, the below schools would suit my goals
Tepper
McCombs
Cornell
Kenan Flagler
UCLA

As I would be counting on scholarships to puruse my MBA, can anybody please advise if I have picked the right schools.

Could you please suggest any other schools that I must target as well.

Thanks



Hi,

Your profile looks good. Selecting the right B-School is always a challenge for most of the B-School applicants. Since you are targeting to continue in the IT sector, we would suggest you to look into schools in the bay area. You can try out this tool to get more clarity on the schools: http://goo.gl/nkBG1K

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HI,

That's a nice bunch of b-schools you have there - you could add Ross to the mix. Be mindful though that many Indian applicants apply to the same set of b-schools and they also have roughly the same set of skills/ career as yours. SO competition is going to be really stiff and you will need to really unearth those qualities/ differentiators that you have omitted in this post. For example, you have not mentioned the impact you have made at work / outside it, or how your career has progressed in thee past seven years.

For you, the key will be differentiation from others with a similar profile. So ensure you make this happen when you start working upon your applications.

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