Nationality: Indian male
GMAT: Not yet (expecting around 690-700)
Bachelors(India): Indian Institute of Technology (GPA: 2.92/4)
Major: Civil Engineering; Minor:Financial Management
Extracurricular(Bachelors): National service scheme environmental coordinator: Organized activities like planting trees, food/clothing collection for poor.
Masters(US): University of central florida (GPA: 3.5/4) Major: Environmental Engineering
Graduate research assistant: Managed a team of 5 people for performing litter surveys around landfills near central florida area.
Environmental Engineer (US,5 years)-My experience is in environmental site restoration/subsurface contaminant transport modeling and water resources. Has been the lead modeler for various Lockheed martin (Client) contaminant transport modeling projects and lead modeler for FL everglades restoration plan model management system.
Education chair for ASCE local brach-Started education outreach activities for high school and college students like essay competitions on sustainability and debates on climate change.
Professional development chair for local ASCE branch-Organized professional development activities for the committee.
Interests: Martial arts (Learned capoeira for one year)
I'm interested in pursuing a career at the intersection renewables/finance. Post MBA i would like to work for a consulting/IB firm specialized in clean energy industry.
Please suggest some B-Schools that would fit my profile. I was thinking about MIT, Haas, Ross, Tepper, Duke, Yale.
Thank you for your help,
While your professional experience is good your academic profile (assuming your GMAT
comes in as anticipated) is weak for these programs and people from your background. Before I suggest alternatives, what do you want to do after you earn your MBA, and do you want to stay in the US?
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