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Re: Profile Evluation ,Indian Banker

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Re: Profile Evluation ,Indian Banker [#permalink] New post 22 Feb 2011, 08:03
could you please evaluate my profile for admission into LBS,Stanford,Wharton,Kellogg,INSEAD ETC.

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Reason:To go for Treasury/IB/Consultancy profile

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Re: Profile Evluation ,Indian Banker [#permalink] New post 25 Feb 2011, 04:30
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could you please evaluate my profile for admission into LBS,Stanford,Wharton,Kellogg,INSEAD ETC.

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Except for INSEAD, you're going to be considered "too experienced" for the traditional MBA programs. So in addition to applying to INSEAD, I would highly recommend the Fellows programs that cater to more experienced professionals, like MIT Sloan Fellows, Stanford Sloan Masters, LBS Sloan Masters, Nanyang Fellows, IIML (IPMX), IIMA (PGPX), IIMB (EPGP), IIMC (PGPEX), and ISB (PGPMAX).

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Re: Profile Evluation ,Indian Banker [#permalink] New post 25 Feb 2011, 04:47
Hi Thanks a ton. How do insead ,nanyang,MIT etc compare to Indian one year programs from IIM,ISBetc?pl compare. Regards

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Re: Profile Evluation ,Indian Banker [#permalink] New post 08 Mar 2011, 02:40
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Hi Thanks a ton. How do insead ,nanyang,MIT etc compare to Indian one year programs from IIM,ISB etc? pl compare. Regards

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They are all excellent programs. I would say that the recruiting and career options internationally are strongest for INSEAD. The programs in India tend to offer excellent career advancement within India but a bit less so internationally. One option if you are hoping to go abroad in your career is to pursue a role within an international company's India offices after the program and then pursue an international assignment.

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