I am quite confused about the "right" schools I should go for. I will highly appreciate some valuable suggestions.
Indian Male. 7 yrs work ex (by June 2009) in Internet technologies. Entrepreneur - Co-founded a company that got VC funded.
I want to apply to those schools that give high importance to entrepreneur profiles and can make it comfortable for me to stick to technology industry post MBA.
I plan to put 7 applications
From the dream schools
(Chose this because of large size and stress on ent.) - Large size might just give me better chance.
Stanford (Left out simply because it seems far fetched
(Chose this because of its tech bent)
I have chosen the blue colored ones from the above list. Please feel free to comment on these choices as well.
The main confusion is for the rest of choices. Haas
(I think this is an obvious choice for tech + ent - right? )
Cornell (I am really attracted to its one year program. However, i want expert comments on the program. I hold a masters degree)
Tepper (This again is a strong tech school. But, its small class size is a concern)
Tuck (Don't know its specialities. But, small class size is again a concern)
Following are the European schools i short listed. A big question before I go through the list. Given my inclination towards technology, is it a bad idea to consider european schools? As for the location preference, I would prefer europe to U.S any day. But, I heard one should apply to european schools primarily for consulting/marketing and not for technology.
Apologies for the long post. But, this sums up my confused state
I would really appreciate a reasoned preference order of the aforementioned schools. If there are any schools worth considering and I have missed them, please feel free to add them to the list.