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4 Reasons to consider an alternative MBA program

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New post 22 Mar 2017, 10:10
If you are more than five years above the average student in a top MBA program, you might be thinking:
“How does the AdCom think about me as an older candidate?”
Or:
“Is it going to be impossible or more competitive for me as an older applicant?”

Get some good advice on the topic from Stratus Admissions here:
http://stratusadmissionscounseling.com/ ... tive-mbas/

And remember that we help people get into not only Full Time MBA programs but also part-time, online and Executive programs too! To learn more about how we can help you, go to this link: http://stratusadmissionscounseling.com/ ... b-visitor/
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New post 19 Nov 2017, 20:46
Hi, Can you help me with which MBA programs will be suitable for my profile below ?

Programs from Tuck, Yale, Duke, Wharton, Darden, Chicago booth, Columbia ?

Background / nationality :
Indian female 28

Undergrad Information :
IIT BTech / MTech ; top 500 AIR
IIT Btech : 6.9/10
IIT MTech : 8.8/10 ( +scholarships)
GMAT: 710

Work experience and leadership :
6 years
Currently cofounded a start-up in edutainment
a.Early member of a tech start-up: In Europe+ US - 3 promotions ;
b.Management Consulting - Two promotions
c.tech start-up in the past ( funded + won many awards )

Community and others :
Corporate social responsibility related activities
Active in student clubs for all years ( several activities to mention)
fundraising for many causes

Post MBA goals :
Entrepreneurship

Anything else?
Recos are good.

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