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Hi Linda,

I need your help for University selection. I want to apply both to US/NonUS Universities.
More about myself
1. Grduated from National Inst of Techology(REC) in 2002. Computer Engineering with 75% marks and distiction in all four years
2. 36 moths work exp as of now. Aiming next fall with 4 years work ex
3. Working in Oracle Hyderabad as a Senior Applications Engineer. I am into product developement of Oracle ERP (Oracle Applications)
4. Gmat 690 (49Q,34V)
5. Extra Curicular - Not much after passing from college. In college i headed a few socities and was active in extra curicular
6. Want to remain in IT industry and move to field of IT Consulting. Looking for General Mgmt or Systems MBA.
7. I can get goof reco from my immediate manager in Oracle USA.
8. Working mostly with American couterparts and American customers
Please sugg me 6-10 Universities where I stand a chance. The colllege should be able to give me a good job.

Thanks a lot in advance
Gaurav

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GauravHyd wrote:
Hi Linda,

I need your help for University selection. I want to apply both to US/NonUS Universities.
More about myself
1. Grduated from National Inst of Techology(REC) in 2002. Computer Engineering with 75% marks and distiction in all four years
2. 36 moths work exp as of now. Aiming next fall with 4 years work ex
3. Working in Oracle Hyderabad as a Senior Applications Engineer. I am into product developement of Oracle ERP (Oracle Applications)
4. Gmat 690 (49Q,34V)
5. Extra Curicular - Not much after passing from college. In college i headed a few socities and was active in extra curicular
6. Want to remain in IT industry and move to field of IT Consulting. Looking for General Mgmt or Systems MBA.
7. I can get goof reco from my immediate manager in Oracle USA.
8. Working mostly with American couterparts and American customers
Please sugg me 6-10 Universities where I stand a chance. The colllege should be able to give me a good job.

Thanks a lot in advance
Gaurav

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Consider the following schools: CMU, Cornell, UNC, UT, Indiana, Carlson, Arizona, Maryland, Duke, HEC, Oxford, Cambridge.

Good luck!
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Hi Linda,

I saw that you have suggested to this profile Duke, Cornell, Indiana, and Carlson. Out of these three which ones will you consider stretch, competitive, and safe and why?

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Hi Linda,

I saw that you have suggested to this profile Duke, Cornell, Indiana, and Carlson. Out of these three which ones will you consider stretch, competitive, and safe and why?

Thanks, Just4fun


Duke -- Stretch
Cornell and Carlson -- Competitive
Indiana -- Safety

I base those descriptions on his GMAT in comparison to the average GMAT of the schools, his lack of post-college extra-curriculars, and the intense competition among Indian applicants in IT.

Good luck!
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