Thanks for your post. You have a great profile for an MBA in MIS or MGT of Technology, and I agree that the schools you have chosen seem like a good fit to that end. Georgia Tech's is a small program, with only around 75 fulltime students each year. For this reason, it is pretty competitive, but your background is a great match, so I would encourage you to apply. They also have a robust part time MBA program, which accesses the same faculty and facilities (and recruiters for that matter), so not sure if you can get a job in Atlanta and try for the PT MBA if the fulltime option does not present itself, but it would be a good way to get the GT MBA. As for Warwick and Nanyang, I would say these are possible but make sure you consider where you want to be working not just what you want to be doing post MBA. If your plan is to work stateside, you might reconsider the MBA from Nanyang. B-schools can be best leveraged when your network is close at hand and schools will want reassurance that international applicants can land the job at the end of the program. HB1 Visa will come up at BYU and GT, for example, so be prepared to speak to your plan there. OVerall I think your profile represents a good amount of innovation and teamwork, two very critical components of a winning application. Your maturity will be considered since your WE is on the lower side of the average and it would be good to try and bolster your leadership activity as well to improve your profile. Leadership both in your job and in the community is important to b-schools.
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