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Info needed [#permalink] New post 30 Aug 2005, 01:27
Hi guyz,

I am Pankaj and am new to the forum.
I recently gave my GMAT and scored 730. I have 2 yrs of work-ex in the software industry.
Can you pls tell me what are the prospective B-Schools outside India that I can look at.
Also, when does the NUS application procedure begin?

Cheers,
Pankaj.
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Re: Info needed [#permalink] New post 30 Aug 2005, 15:24
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planetpankaj wrote:
Hi guyz,

I am Pankaj and am new to the forum.
I recently gave my GMAT and scored 730. I have 2 yrs of work-ex in the software industry.
Can you pls tell me what are the prospective B-Schools outside India that I can look at.
Also, when does the NUS application procedure begin?

Cheers,
Pankaj.


I don't know what NUS is.

What do you want to do after you MBA? What was your undergraduate degree in? From where? How were your grades? what do you do in the software industry?

Please see "MBA Admissions: Application Advice for Younger Applicants."
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 [#permalink] New post 01 Sep 2005, 10:22
Hi Linda,

NUS is the National University of Singapore.

Well,after my MBA, I want to work as a part of a management team handling the business requirements of a company.
My undergraduate degree was in Electronics and Communications Engineering.
I did from a top engineering college in New Delhi called Delhi College of Engineering.
We didnt have a grading system there, but i secured a percentage of 71.6 aggregate in my engineering.
I work in the capacity of a software developer currently.

Regards,
Pankaj.
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planetpankaj wrote:
Hi Linda,

NUS is the National University of Singapore.

Well,after my MBA, I want to work as a part of a management team handling the business requirements of a company.
My undergraduate degree was in Electronics and Communications Engineering.
I did from a top engineering college in New Delhi called Delhi College of Engineering.
We didnt have a grading system there, but i secured a percentage of 71.6 aggregate in my engineering.
I work in the capacity of a software developer currently.

Regards,
Pankaj.


A few pieces of advice:

1) Before you apply to business school, focus and narrow your goal. That is extremely general.
2) I'm not going to list schools because I don't have enough information, but it sounds like you are interested in a general management program and you would be competitive in the top fifteen.

Good luck!
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