Thank you for taking out the time to evaluate my profile
Age & Nationality: 25yr Old Indian
BA (Economics-Statistics) - Double Major from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai (Top 5 Humanities Colleges in India)
Top 2% of Class (School does not provide CGPA but equivalent to 3.9)
Graduated in 2008
Extra Currics: Obtained Honors in Statistics by acquiring the requisite no. of credits including an academic credit for outstanding academic performance
Vice-Chairperson of Annual College Festival (Managed a student workforce of 1200 students)
MSc (FInance & Economics) from London School of Economics & Political Science 2008-09
Grades aren't great due to a medical issue (had chickenpox around exam time)
GMAT: 740 (Q:50, V41), IR:8/9, AWA:5.0 (FIRST ATTEMPT)
- One year in the Economic research & Stats division of WTO in Geneva
- 3 years at The Parthenon Group, Mumbai (Boston based boutique management consulting firm)- Got promoted to Sr. Associate position, should get very stellar recommendations- Worked on on-the-ground cases in Brazil, China, Vietnam, South Africa, Thailand, UAE, India- Ahead of track consistently according to periodic performance reviews
- Joined family business of eco-hospitality & Tourism. Opening a chain of Eco-resorts near Tiger sanctuaries in India promoting responsible tourism and working with Project Tiger and local community. Second resort to be opened by end of 2013.
TOTAL Work Ex: 4 years
Target Programs: Stanford (Dream School), Harvard, Wharton, INSEAD. Planning to apply in R1 for all for Fall 2014 cycle
Post MBA Goal: Consolidating Eco-hospitality (and wild-life tourism) business by expanding in India and Africa. Work in association with Project Tiger directly to boost tiger population via responsible tourism.
Look forward to your response
You have a shot at all these schools. You may also want to consider Cornell Johnson, perhaps a joint degree with its hospitality program.
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