Thanks for sharing your profile. Overall you are well-positioned to have a shot at top-ranked MBA programs, IF you can successfully explain what makes YOU unique and what you'll contribute to the class that others will not, as well as how important it is that you obtain an MBA from this particular school.
With your GMAT, adequate GPA, lots of academic experience, consulting experiences, languages and international experiences, you have a lot of important components that work for you in your application. You should have a shot at US programs ranked approx 15-25+ for sure (see US News rankings for example), and with successfully creating OUTSTANDING essays that demonstrate what I mentioned in the first paragraph, a chance at schools ranked 5-15 or so as well. It is difficult for anyone to get into Stanford and Harvard given how many amazing applicants there are, so those will always be a reach. But first and foremost, you need to do some school research and determine what YOU are looking for and narrow your options down, consider geographical region, class size, class profiles, hiring profiles, teaching philosophy, curriculum, diversity, etc. For some more tips on choosing schools, check out our free e-book on that topic at http://info.mbamission.com/Selecting-Yo ... ram-E-Book
The two biggest potential challenges or weaknesses that I see for you at this point are:
1) Ability to stand out from the top applicants at the most competitive programs (as many will have similarly-qualified profiles); focus on what is UNIQUE and interesting about you, your traits, and your experiences.
2) Potential question about whether you NEED another MBA after your other Masters degrees; don't want to begin to look like a 'degree-collector'
. Must carefully make the case for why you need this degree.
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