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WU Vienna CEMS Master in Management [#permalink]
23 Nov 2013, 11:39
Please evaluate my profile for Master in Management in WU Vienna.
-20 years old, female from the Eastern European country. -TOEFL 100 (going to retake soon as it was my attempt without any preparation) -GMAT 610 (good verbal but quant section has spoilt my result) -participation in the Cultural Exchange Program -took part in 2 projects for students organised by Ernst and Young (studied Transaction Support and Advisory in their office) -participant of international student organisation Enactus, organised a social project sponsored by the international insurance company -speak German (B2 level but no TestDaf), Spanish (A2 - just basic, studying for 1 year only), but I will have to indicate German as my third language in the application and Russian as my second language -no work experience (student internships are not common in my country, international companies hire only after graduation) - GPA: 3,9 out of 4 (almost all As, 3 Cs only) from the best economic university in my country - 2nd place on the student conference in Management - member of the university council of my faculty
Do I have any chance, taking into account my low GMAT and no internships? I am really worried about it.
Re: WU Vienna CEMS Master in Management [#permalink]
10 Jun 2015, 22:58
Hello, Did any of you ladies got into the program? I don't have a similar profile but was just wondering. Got a Gmat score of 640 (q 43 and v34). I am from a Latin American country, my first language is Spanish, my second English and even tho my Portuguese is better than my German, I am choosing German as my 3rd language (only finishes A2/1 but if accepted will arrive in Vienna months before the semester starts in order to take an intensive German course). I don't have extracurricular activities (is not common here) nor such a good GPA as you ladies. I do have working experience as an intern and as analyst for a Spanish bank, a Latin American pension funds company, and as an analyst / event manager pairing with institutions as the Pacific alliance, financial times, and some local media. In order to prove my "international orientation " I was thinking in taking a volunteering internship in Africa. Do you think I got a chance to get accepted?
I was wondering, despite clear guidelines on their webpage, how feasible do you think it is for a student which didn't major in a business/economics/management subject to get into this programme? I personally took management/economics/business modules at university as part of my joint honours degree at a top 15 UK University where I graduated from with a First Class Honours Degree (4.0 GPA). I plan to take my GMAT in September and have lived abroad for three years as well as having attended an interational school. Just from your experience do you think I stand a chance?