you must follow the plan:
1.get into EMBA program/(s)
2.think about which to choose.
3.think what to do next.
I would not think in "what if..." scenario mode. It is inpractical.
What if the last day of our planet is 12.12.2012 ???? oops
Thanks PTK but you haven't answered the question. Please answer the question if you can. Your comments on the issues posed will go a long way in helping a brother.
In giving you some perspective, I applied and got admits to Oxford and MIT last year but couldn't make it cos I couldn't secure company sponsorship on time (I therefore deferred MIT to 2012). Now I have sponsorship for both time and money.
I plan on reapplying to Oxford, and applying to Kellogg and LBS/Columbia . I have good chances, I have very strong stats and find that most of the EMBA programs view students like me as key to the diversity of their programs and also for the perspectives we bring to EMBA programs. Wharton is out mainly due to their program structure (have to be virtually resident in the US to be able to attend their alternating weekend program).
I'll be happy if you and/or other forum members can point me in the right direction.
Happy New Year to all