Thanks for your inquiry. I don’t have significant experience in advising on NUS/NTU/SMU. MBA Prep School
specializes in US programs. However, I would also need to better understand your work experience and the accolades and certificates that you received in order to determine what programs suite you.
However, I would say that you should look into the student profiles on the various websites to determine the best range of schools for you based on average GMAT score and GPA.
From that point on, you should craft a clear set of career goals in your post-MBA life. Determining the areas of business where you want to focus after your program will help you do additional research on schools within your range to understand their specialization, and how their alumni network will benefit your specific interests.
If you can make your goals / career passions very clear in your application as well as speak to how the program that your applying to will help you achieve those goals, you’ll increase your chances for acceptance.
for some helpful hints on how to craft a good “story” within your application to highlight your strengths and differentiate yourself from other candidates.
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