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I am planning to apply for a full-time MBA for fall 2014 and want to figure out which schools I should apply to.
Undergrad: 7.8/10, Electrical & Electronics Engineering from one of the top 5 engineering colleges in India
GMAT: 740 (Q 49, V42)
Work experience: 3 years as a management consultant for McKinsey Chicago office, 2 years in e-commerce start-ups in India as part of senior management
Extra-curriculars: Board member of NGO for women's rights in India, Consultant for green energy initiatives, Writer of poetry and short stories
Career goal: Venture Capital/Internation Business Development for Internet companies
Age: 27 years old
Thanks in advance!
Undergrad- Top 5 college in India
MBA- Top 15 FT ranking b-school