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Multiple jobs (plz give me some advises in my situation) [#permalink]
01 Sep 2006, 10:10
I have a situation and wanna ask for advises:
I'm 24, Vietnamese, GPA 3.5, GMAT 700. Strong social activities (president of Student's Union) and internship during college.
1/ I had multiple jobs at the same time: After graduation (Computer Science, GPA 3.5 ), I worked for a government company to promote trade (I and my team contribute standard to evaluate companies quatitatively, and promote their brand name). At the same time, I was a lecturer for a college (teaching computer science), and also a representative for my home company (it's small and in my hometown, but it needed a representative in a big city where I was living). So, what and how I should put those experiences in my resume?
2/ I have only 18 months of experiences. But I wanted to go to US first, to learn something about the life in US, improve my English, and prepare for B-School. So I applied to a small institution in California to learn MBA, then came to US. Now it's time for me to apply to a real B-school (my current school is so incompetent. I couldn't learn a lot there). Upon going to US, I still have contact and work in some projects with my old company? So, should/how I put it in my application?
I have my reason not to wait for several years to gain some experiences. VN is going to join WTO, and I want to catch the flow right on time.
I intend to apply to some near ellite and frontier schools in the first round.
Any suggest, and recommendation for my situation are welcome. I really appreciate it.
Thank you very much
I think this is the wrong section you are posting to. You should post in the Ask Hjort / Ask Accepted.com /MBA GamePlan.
This section is to discuss your MBA application.
To answer your question, I think you will be better off getting some work experience before you apply to elite MBA schools in the US - at least 2-3 years. There are of course exceptions - that is if you can convince the admissions staff why you are better of with an MBA now than later.