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Free treat, for the ones helping me figure out a college. :)

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I am an average Indian Male with 4.5 years of experience. Marketing head in a start up for the last 2.5 years and was working in a huge MNC as a PMO analyst before that. I am looking to work for a few years in the country where i complete my MBA degree and come back to India, either look for jobs through an Alumni connect or transfer from the job i get in that country to India ASAP once the MBA loans are cleared up.

My options are Babson Olin 2yrs, CUHK MBA or AIM Philippines. Which has a good alumni connect in India so that recruitments in India would be comparatively easier.
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I am an average Indian Male with 4.5 years of experience. Marketing head in a start up for the last 2.5 years and was working in a huge MNC as a PMO analyst before that. I am looking to work for a few years in the country where i complete my MBA degree and come back to India, either look for jobs through an Alumni connect or transfer from the job i get in that country to India ASAP once the MBA loans are cleared up.

My options are Babson Olin 2yrs, CUHK MBA or AIM Philippines. Which has a good alumni connect in India so that recruitments in India would be comparatively easier.
Please Please help ?



Babson Olin will be the best option among the three. It has a strong entrepreneurship program and put you in a good position.
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reddyvjs wrote:
I am an average Indian Male with 4.5 years of experience. Marketing head in a start up for the last 2.5 years and was working in a huge MNC as a PMO analyst before that. I am looking to work for a few years in the country where i complete my MBA degree and come back to India, either look for jobs through an Alumni connect or transfer from the job i get in that country to India ASAP once the MBA loans are cleared up.

My options are Babson Olin 2yrs, CUHK MBA or AIM Philippines. Which has a good alumni connect in India so that recruitments in India would be comparatively easier.
Please Please help ?



Babson Olin will be the best option among the three. It has a strong entrepreneurship program and put you in a good position.



But Babson Olin specializes in Entrepreneurship and post an MBA my short term goals is to look for Marketing Opportunities which i feel out of the three colleges Babson Olin would have the least considering a huge competition in Boston area with other colleges and issues with International Visas ? Am i right KS15 ?
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reddyvjs wrote:
KS15 wrote:
reddyvjs wrote:
I am an average Indian Male with 4.5 years of experience. Marketing head in a start up for the last 2.5 years and was working in a huge MNC as a PMO analyst before that. I am looking to work for a few years in the country where i complete my MBA degree and come back to India, either look for jobs through an Alumni connect or transfer from the job i get in that country to India ASAP once the MBA loans are cleared up.

My options are Babson Olin 2yrs, CUHK MBA or AIM Philippines. Which has a good alumni connect in India so that recruitments in India would be comparatively easier.
Please Please help ?



Babson Olin will be the best option among the three. It has a strong entrepreneurship program and put you in a good position.



But Babson Olin specializes in Entrepreneurship and post an MBA my short term goals is to look for Marketing Opportunities which i feel out of the three colleges Babson Olin would have the least considering a huge competition in Boston area with other colleges and issues with International Visas ? Am i right KS15 ?


OK so CUHK and AIM alum network will be very thin in India and you can probably count the number of people from these colleges that have come back to India. As far as Babson is concerned, competition will always be there and if you want to work in US for some time, be prepared to put in the efforts. Babson will surely be the best option among the 3 and will provide you better opportunities than the other 2.Best of Luck
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