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Hi all,

I've been looking for career/admission consultants for a long time , but not sure whose services to use. My situation is a bit unusual, so I need CUSTOMISED advice. The following is my background:

I am an Indian non-engineer female: I already have an MBA from India and around 2.5 years of work experience. However, my career has stagnated now + I want to change my industry from banking to another industry+ I want to move to the USA.

In light of the above, I need guidance as to whether I should even do another 2 year MBA or just a one year MBA/ MS program- and which one?

My query is related to career counselling in general and not just admissions, hence I request only the relevant qualified consultants to call me.

Please help. Thanks.

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harshadashewale89 wrote:
Hi all,

I've been looking for career/admission consultants for a long time , but not sure whose services to use. My situation is a bit unusual, so I need CUSTOMISED advice. The following is my background:

I am an Indian non-engineer female: I already have an MBA from India and around 2.5 years of work experience. However, my career has stagnated now + I want to change my industry from banking to another industry+ I want to move to the USA.

In light of the above, I need guidance as to whether I should even do another 2 year MBA or just a one year MBA/ MS program- and which one?

My query is related to career counselling in general and not just admissions, hence I request only the relevant qualified consultants to call me.

Please help. Thanks.

Harshada
+91 8291899142


Harshada,

I am sorry that your career has stagnated but we would be happy to help. We provide career counseling to both pre-MBA and post-MBA clients (and many clients while they are in the middle of the MBA!). Please visit our website to see what we have to offer and send an email if you are interested. It is smart to ask the question of whether the 2nd MBA is a good idea and if so, when. Looking forward to hearing from you.

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harshadashewale89 wrote:
Hi all,

I've been looking for career/admission consultants for a long time , but not sure whose services to use. My situation is a bit unusual, so I need CUSTOMISED advice. The following is my background:

I am an Indian non-engineer female: I already have an MBA from India and around 2.5 years of work experience. However, my career has stagnated now + I want to change my industry from banking to another industry+ I want to move to the USA.

In light of the above, I need guidance as to whether I should even do another 2 year MBA or just a one year MBA/ MS program- and which one?

My query is related to career counselling in general and not just admissions, hence I request only the relevant qualified consultants to call me.

Please help. Thanks.

Harshada
+91 8291899142


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