Thanks for your post. So there are a lot of Indian male engineering/IT applicants.... be sure to differentiate yourself from your peers in that group as much as you are able to. For example, your international experience and the fact that have a lot of team-lead experience are two plusses vs an average engineer. Think also about what you think makes you different or unique-- in terms of experiences, character traits, personality, skills, you name it. And aim to really showcase the non-technical side of you since technical skills are already quite evident.
When you say would Emory be a good fit given you don't have an internship... are you indicating that you would prefer an internship or not needed? Not sure I'm completely following your question there; certainly an internship can be useful if you feel you could use exposure and experience to specific industries or roles. 12 month programs sometimes do not include internships (though many do). For your IT focus which sounds like it will continue in the future, you could look at Tepper, McCombs, Eller, Kelley, Goizueta. There's also other global schools like IE, ESADE, AGSM and others. Lots to consider when choosing schools; For more on choosing schools, check out our free download at: http://info.mbamission.com/Selecting-Yo ... ram-E-Book
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