Thanks for your post. It sounds like you have a lot of strong qualifications for an MBA program. Take a look at the average age of incoming classes for various programs to get a feel for where you might fit in best (along with your other school selection criteria). Keep in mind that these are the averages, so some candidates will be above and some below these ranges.
You have above average years of work experience with some strong varied experiences which will enable you to make contributions to the business school community. At the same time, it will be important for you to explain to the admissions committee why you are applying at this point in your career. You have already made a transition to a management role. What are your future career goals and why do you need an MBA to get there? Since you have a Master’s you will also want to demonstrate why you need an MBA in addition. So focus on making a compelling case for that part of your application.
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