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5 choices for M.Sc of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Good or Bad?

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Hi,
I will be giving GMAT in 26 days and here is my profile

72% in High school (Indian system)
63% in Intermediate(Indian system)
63% in B.Tech in Computer Science(Indian system)
1 year of work experience as a software developer

My ambition is to be an Entrepreneur and be a businessmen

THE 5 COLLEGES I CHOSE to study M.Sc. of Innovation and Entrepreneurship are

1) University of St. Gallon (Switzerland)
2) TMU (Germany)
3) WHU otto beisheim school of management (Germany)
4) University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)
5) Lund University (Sweden)


MY QUERY are-

1)Are these choices Good for me ?
2)My profile is too weak for them?
3)How much GMAT I need to get into most of them ? (Currently my score is 580)
4)Should I try for better or bit lower rank universities than these due to my profile?

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Hey there,
Here are a few pointers about your profile :
Your SSC and HSC marks don’t matter much, what matters is your GPA and profile.
The CGPA is a bit on the lower side, especially if you plan to target German schools which place a lot of emphasis on academic scores.
Your work experience helps, but you would need to explain why you choose this degree and what motivates you to pursue entrepreneurship.
As far as your target schools are concerned, University of St.Gallen and WHU are extremely competitive programs and hence they can be included in your dream category of schools.
Aim for a 700+ GMAT if you wish to pursue St.Gallen and WHU, while for the others a 650+ GMAT will work.
As far as your overall profile is concerned, you haven’t given out much information so I would suggest that you take our free profile evaluation and we shall be able to help you out much better.
Here’s the link : https://abhyank.typeform.com/to/tSey1j
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Abhyank wrote:
Hey there,
Here are a few pointers about your profile :
Your SSC and HSC marks don’t matter much, what matters is your GPA and profile.
The CGPA is a bit on the lower side, especially if you plan to target German schools which place a lot of emphasis on academic scores.
Your work experience helps, but you would need to explain why you choose this degree and what motivates you to pursue entrepreneurship.
As far as your target schools are concerned, University of St.Gallen and WHU are extremely competitive programs and hence they can be included in your dream category of schools.
Aim for a 700+ GMAT if you wish to pursue St.Gallen and WHU, while for the others a 650+ GMAT will work.
As far as your overall profile is concerned, you haven’t given out much information so I would suggest that you take our free profile evaluation and we shall be able to help you out much better.
Here’s the link : https://abhyank.typeform.com/to/tSey1j



Hey mate, I have done that evaluation process

I just want to ask you that according to you(AS YOU SEEMS TO BE AN ENTREPRENEURSHIP GUY)

Can u suggest me with 5 colleges I should choose for being an ENTREPRENEUR and 700 is not easy for me right now, I am working hard for 650 and maybe will achieve that

I will be really thankful to u if u come with 5 names for me


Things which are important :
1) Don't wanna go US , Australia or UK as my budget is about 15-18 lacks(INR)
2) I wanna be in countries who serve a lot to Innovation and help Entrepreneurs
3) Colleges must be those who really give much preference to Entrepreneurship course and help in Many ways and provide good field work with different activities


I will be very very very THANKFUL TO U if u come with the 5 names

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