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Indian Non-IT Male in USA [#permalink] New post 10 Feb 2013, 17:44
Hello mbaMission,



My top choices are Chicago Booth, London Business School, Indian School of Business and INSEAD.

I was wondering what schools and what strategy would suit me to achieve such a career switch.

Here is my profile:

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Re: Indian Non-IT Male in USA [#permalink] New post 15 Feb 2013, 09:20
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Hi,

Thanks for sharing your profile. You have stellar academics and very strong work experience. And I like that you have a very specific idea of what you are looking for in an MBA and why! The biggest weaknesses are going to be lack of strong, consistent extracurricular/community activities, but I think the rest of your profile (combined with the fact that you have some stories to tell in this area) will be strong enough to overcome that.

I think your school choices are pretty good. You might check out Columbia and Wharton as well. I believe that NUS in Singapore has a real estate MBA - but I do not know how strong that program is. Those are the ones I can think of in addition to what you've listed off the top of my head. Probably merits some more research though, especially re: Asia and Europe.

Best of luck!
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