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Profile Evaluation- Indian Female/Non IT [#permalink] New post 26 Aug 2013, 04:07
Hi :)
I am Indian Female with 3years work experience in a Japanese Automotive parts Manufacturer.
I am an engineer(Mechanical and automation) with Total 36 months work exp
2010 sept-2011 may in Tokyo as engineer under an International Technical scholarship program for technical professionals from developing countries sponsored by Govt of Japan (60% of the training cost), then 2011 may-2012 march in India as Quality Engg and helped the team of 6 Japanese in the inception of the maiden factory in India part of the strategy and development team
and from 2012 April i was promoted and transferred to International Sales Office in India undertaking Business Dev Work
presently working with the global sales team for new market entry and also localization of parts into Indian Market. I am proficient in Japanese as work language with intermediate level certificate.
My GMAT Score is average at 700 ( 49q and 35v),
Collg CGPA 7.14/10
Extra curricular: 1. presently i am an active member at a non profit govt orphanage as educator and volunteer. Also started my own social volunteering group called The wishing tree to support under privileged kids with resources through donation and tutoring in english and maths.
2. Volunteer Work at 19th Commonwealth Games 2010 in India
3. Member of Creative Team in college cultural society, coordinator at the Annual Technical Event.
4. English editorial board member in School

Career Goals:
i wish to concentrate on emerging markets in Asia, and take work as business strategy consulting for new firms entering into developing economies.

I have chosen ISB , NUS , HKUST, in Asia, LBS, Oxford in UK and Michigan and NYU in US.
should i just concentrate on Asian Schools?

Please advise the best prospects schools i should apply to and what are the drawbacks which might hinder my prospects
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Re: Profile Evaluation- Indian Female/Non IT [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2013, 12:30
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Hi shipra23,

Thanks for your post. Regarding your application, I recommend you read this case study of an Indian engineer who was accepted into a top MBA program. It should provide insight for your candidacy: http://www.stacyblackman.com/comprehens ... ies/case2/

For which MBA programs to target, Oxford, Michigan, and NYU are all world-class universities, and will provide opportunities for graduates in Asia. I recommend you speak to the career centers at each program, which will be very open about the opportunities in Asia for MBA graduates. We also have a free list of school overviews here: http://www.stacyblackman.com/business-school-hub/

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Re: Profile Evaluation- Indian Female/Non IT [#permalink] New post 23 Sep 2013, 22:36
Dear Stacy ,
thank you for the information.
i went through the link it is quite helpful.
I had a query, should i add Insead Singapore to my list of Prospective Schools?
I am not sure, can you give your insight.

thanks again
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Re: Profile Evaluation- Indian Female/Non IT [#permalink] New post 24 Sep 2013, 01:51
shipra23 wrote:
Hi :)
I am Indian Female with 3years work experience in a Japanese Automotive parts Manufacturer.
I am an engineer(Mechanical and automation) with Total 36 months work exp
2010 sept-2011 may in Tokyo as engineer under an International Technical scholarship program for technical professionals from developing countries sponsored by Govt of Japan (60% of the training cost), then 2011 may-2012 march in India as Quality Engg and helped the team of 6 Japanese in the inception of the maiden factory in India part of the strategy and development team
and from 2012 April i was promoted and transferred to International Sales Office in India undertaking Business Dev Work
presently working with the global sales team for new market entry and also localization of parts into Indian Market. I am proficient in Japanese as work language with intermediate level certificate.
My GMAT Score is average at 700 ( 49q and 35v),
Collg CGPA 7.14/10
Extra curricular: 1. presently i am an active member at a non profit govt orphanage as educator and volunteer. Also started my own social volunteering group called The wishing tree to support under privileged kids with resources through donation and tutoring in english and maths.
2. Volunteer Work at 19th Commonwealth Games 2010 in India
3. Member of Creative Team in college cultural society, coordinator at the Annual Technical Event.
4. English editorial board member in School

Career Goals:
i wish to concentrate on emerging markets in Asia, and take work as business strategy consulting for new firms entering into developing economies.

I have chosen ISB , NUS , HKUST, in Asia, LBS, Oxford in UK and Michigan and NYU in US.
should i just concentrate on Asian Schools?

Please advise the best prospects schools i should apply to and what are the drawbacks which might hinder my prospects


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Re: Profile Evaluation- Indian Female/Non IT [#permalink] New post 26 Sep 2013, 02:39
Thank you knightofdelta!

but i dont know any alumni from Insead,, i wish to gain some insight about the program. and wat loopholes are there in my profile which need to be mend??
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