I'm an Indian male with a Masters in Financial Engineering at a prestigious US School. Out of school, I've been working at a bulge bracket US bank as a risk analyst, first in the US, now in Asia Pacific - leading a team of 7 members. I've been promoted three times in four years, set up my function in a new office, doubled the number of people I manage. I've had experiences dealing with problems in operations, managment, strategy as a manager and I've realized that these are problems I like solving more than dealing with risk reports. I'm now looking to transition into strategy consulting because I am interested in an idea-driven role than a process driven role and consulting will give me that venue. I'm fairly comfortable dealing with numbers and I'm looking for a school which helps me get better in aspects of leadership, management, presentation and networking.
I'm looking to apply in R1 to five schools: Harvard, Wharton, Kellogg, Chicago Booth, Columbia.
Demographic - Indian male
Age - 29
GMAT score - 750 (50 V 41 Q)
Masters Financial Engineering (US) - 3.3 GPA
Bachelor of Engineering (India) - 3.7 GPA - non IIT
Work Experience -
IT consulting (9 months) - India
Banking and Investment Management - 4 years (in multiple locations) - 2.5 years in management
What are my chances?