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3) Work experience: - Working as a 'senior programmer' (i am not into coding) in a global IT company, Accenture India. - WrkExp: 3 yrs (by fall 2011). - Roles n Responsibilities: Client interaction for Requirement gathering of computer systems. Process design and tunning. Manual n automation application tester. Incident and Problem mgmt. - Some work related achievements.
4) Extracurriculars: - A part of an ultra-low-cost primary school in rural India. Contribution in the form of PR and teaching. - A academic instructor at a local NGO. - Spearheaded and co-ordinated many tech-fun events at my workplace and my undergrad school. - Started an outsourcing-cum-coaching group after my undergrads; which had to be closed within 6 months of its inception.
5) Short/Long term goals: - To work as a system Analyst/Consultant and to simulatneously be active as a social entrepreneur. - Location Preference: Want to be a global professional, biased towards ASIA.
6) Schools: (please suggest some bschools for me to apply) For MBA General Mgmt: (actually i don't know enough about what kind of univ would suite my profile and target course.) - Zicklin School of Business - KATZ, UPitts - any suggestions?
Re: Profile Evaluation | GMAT 660 | WrkExp. 3 yrs by Fall 2011 [#permalink]
30 Dec 2010, 11:25
Hi there, in response to your first sentence, there's really no "majors" in MBA. When you come out of a b-school, you get an MBA (not an MBA in Finance, or MBA in management). Unless you're speaking of a Masters in Finance, which is completely different from a traditional MBA. Having said that, all business schools will give you the proper management/finance classes for you to hone your skills on (kind of like saying you can go to Harvard Medical School or University of Oregon Medical School [not picking on anyone...] and get the same medical education to become a doctor...one's just simply harder to get in).
Not knowing exactly where you want to work, I'm going to take a stab that you want to be in Asia since your long-term goal is to go back there (as you stated). Look into HKUST and Nanyang, both are great business schools in Asia that have a lot of pull in the market. If you're looking to get into the US market, I'd recommend you looking into Georgetown, Boston U, USC, UNC range.