Hi there. Thanks for your post. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but if you already have an MBA degree, you will be disqualified for admission from schools in the US at least. Schools here do not allow "double dipping," and would advise you to go and do with your existing MBA degree what you propose you want to do with theirs.
Many thanks for responding. Much appreciated. Perhaps I should have clarified, I am not interested in applying to any school State side. At all. I have my reasons for this.
a) Its not my target geographic area. Not now, not ever.
b) Most schools in US demand and develop skill-sets that are irrelevant for my industry. I need not be a quant-whiz to succeed for where I'm coming from and where I want to go. Those skills are easily hired off the market on a need basis and their absence does not necessarily hinder a fast track growth or leadership potential.
c) I simply don't have 2 years to spare off the workforce, unless at LBS which is an experience in itself.
d) The average age of the MBA class in most US schools is much younger than what I prefer. It would be nice to have either more or as experienced classmates for an optimum peer learning experience.
As far as making do with my existing MBA is concerned, that's simply not an option. I have extracted its full ROI. I earned it straight after my undergraduate degree with no work experience and have outperformed its average career progression potential by miles. To get to the next level, I need another MBA, this time outside my home country and the one which will add to my personal brand for applying at mid/senior level positions.
It would certainly help to receive a profile evaluation with this additional information in mind. I am retaking my GMAT in any case, so perhaps that part of the query isn't that relevant anymore.