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New post 22 Mar 2007, 18:57
some what unrelated to this forum, but this forum is definitely where i can get the best advice...

I have about 5 months in London before i leave for the US to attend wharton... in those 5 months i consider taking some temporary project/job of software development, preferably in something that relates to business/financial markets.. basically i'm a very experienced senior software developer and architect...

my question is how to present potential employers the fact i'm going to business school (which is the main reason why i seek a 3-4 months contract)? should i put it on the CV or wait till the interview? should i mention which school and which program (i.e. does the name wharton may do me good on the CV here in the UK)? should i mention my gmat?

any opinion will be appreciated.

thanks...

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