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profile eval for a MBA in M&E [#permalink] New post 12 Sep 2011, 22:08
Hi Guys,
I need your help on my applications.
I know that CBS, NYU, UCLA and USC have strong programs in Media and entertainment.
I am an Indian Male with GMAT 700 and 4 years of IT experience.( An overcrowded demographic)
I want to change track and get into M&E industry.( No experience in this industry)
I have dropped CBS from my list based on my chances and affordability.
Could you please let me know how strong UCI and BU are in Media and entertainment?
Also I came across the MS-MBA in Media Ventures program by BU.
Could anyone please let me know how good the program is?

Your inputs will help me a lot in making my decision.

Thanks
Ganesh
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Re: profile eval for a MBA in M&E [#permalink] New post 14 Sep 2011, 12:55
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gandalf007 wrote:
Hi Guys,
I need your help on my applications.
I know that CBS, NYU, UCLA and USC have strong programs in Media and entertainment.
I am an Indian Male with GMAT 700 and 4 years of IT experience.( An overcrowded demographic)
I want to change track and get into M&E industry.( No experience in this industry)
I have dropped CBS from my list based on my chances and affordability.
Could you please let me know how strong UCI and BU are in Media and entertainment?
Also I came across the MS-MBA in Media Ventures program by BU.
Could anyone please let me know how good the program is?

Your inputs will help me a lot in making my decision.

Thanks
Ganesh

Ganesh, it's going to be difficult for the schools to accept you without any experience in your target industry/field. I would recommend pursuing an internship in the field first to see if it truly interests you and you can succeed in it. Of course the MBA programs expect some career changing after you graduate, but you must have some experience in your past that connects to the future goal.
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