I am 22 years old and applying to phd programs in the Fall. i dont plan on the highest PHD programs, but i only want to apply to AACSB accredited institutions:
YES scholarship recipient during high school (fully funded year as a junior in high school in the US funded by the US government). Graduate Government Baccalaureate with a Concentration in Mathematics from High School with Distinction.
Attended Notre Dame University (Lebanon) - well known and reputable University with a BBA in finance and a minor in economics: undergraduate GPA is 3.67, received awards of deans list, high distinction as well as 50% scholarship throughout my bachelor program.
MBA - Finance and Accounting (Lebanese American university) Very Prestigious and well known and received awards for international recognition: GPA is 3.94, i also have a 100% Graduate Assistanship consisting of 20 hours per week as teaching assistant for courses such as managerial economics, managerial finance, accounting 1 & 2 as well as micro-macro economics and international economics. Research assistant in Corporate finance with Pending Thesis completion (will be finished by the time i apply).
GMAT score of 740.
1 month internship at a reputable brokerage Firm as Financial Analyst
3 month internship at a reputable accounting firm as auditor
I supported myself throughout my bachelors working as sales Rep and then as sales manager for a wholesale computer company.
I have many doctors willing to give outstanding letters of recommendation.
Have held leadership positions in NGO YES alumni as regional representative during the years of 2006 and 2007.
Also volunteered as youth group assistant for my high school (while pursuing bachelors).
Valadictorian for my high school graduating year.
Sorry if some of the info is not relevant but im just trying to be as specific as possible, please let me know which info i should remove (if any) and if there is any more info i should add that could help.
I would really appreciate feedback on how good are my chances of pursuing a PHD in US-Canada-UK.