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Please evaluate [#permalink] New post 03 May 2012, 12:11
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Age 27, India
GMAT = 710

An Engineer --> B.Tech ( Electronics and Communications) from Central University in Delhi,India

Work Experience = 4 years Telecom Industry, Cuurently posted in London for past 1 Month and till Next year.Got a promotion and was handling part of management role in the previous project.

My goal would be to work in general management.

As per my GPA goes its 7.7/10 in my graduation and this is my third GMAT attempt.

To further diversify I want to be a Telecom Consultant after my MBA to be precise.

I am planning to get involved in the community services soon, I used to do it in India independently teaching poor children and not got associated with any NGO, which I am planning to do so this year here in London.

Or any other information or opinions from you are welcomed.

Can I get into the top 20 B Schools, primarily targetting ISB, NUS in Asia and Tuck,Kellogg,Sloan,Haas,Fuqua,Tuck in US and LBS,Said in UK.

Can you let me know am I doing an appropiate selection or please let me know the universities I should target.I am interested in both 1 year and 2 year span of education
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Re: Please evaluate [#permalink] New post 03 May 2012, 17:49
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With an engineering backgroud, I would definitely recommend a 2 year MBA program. Your target schools are good ones, although you have the advantage of knowing exactly what you want to do post MBA so do some research on where telecom companies or consulting companies which focus on telecom recruit and target those schools. The adcoms will like your good GMAT score and your 4 years WE, particularly with your long term vision leveraging your background (typically makes you a more valuable hire to recruiters and employability is big on the list of top schools these days due to the bad economy).
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