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Location: India
Concentration: Entrepreneurship, General Management
GMAT 1: 600 Q47 V27
GPA: 2.45
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Profile Evaluation [#permalink] New post 12 Jun 2012, 01:51
Hi

Can you look at my profile and advice

27 yr old male from India with a bachelor’s degree from US University and 7yrs work ex in India.
BA in International Studies and Minor in Economics from Ohio State University, GPA 2.45
GMAT 600 (Q47,V27, AWA5.5)
Work Exp - 2(2010-till date) – 2years in a School Management company as Zonal Head( responsible for P&L of 10 centers)
Work Exp - 4years in Family Business as Senior Manager Operations and other positions
Decent Extracurricular activities
I want to work for 2-3yrs in a Fortune 100 company and go back to India to run family business
I am ok with 1yr/2yr MBA and any location on the globe is fine. I want to target the top50 Schools and which schools should I look at?

can you help me in identifying the target Bschools

Thanks!
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Re: Profile Evaluation [#permalink] New post 20 Jun 2012, 10:35
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Hi desibm,

I strongly recommend you spend time identifying your reasons for attending business school and your goals post-graduation. Pursuing an MBA is a large decision, and your experience will be very different if, for example, you attended school in the US as opposed to Europe. Consider the type of programs you want to enter, potentially what companies you would like to work for post-graduation, and more.

Once you have an idea of the program you are looking for, you can begin narrowing down the programs that are the best fit for you.

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