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I am a 29 yr old Indian male having 5 years of experience as a Business Analyst-Product Management in IT-Finance domain (Financial Services(Private Equity/M&A-CRM softwares) post an MBA in Finance from a reputed B school in India.
My Gmat date is Oct 17 and I am not really sure regarding the schools to send my scores to before the test. I am looking at Europe, Australia (have my sister staying there) or Asia-Pacific as my MBA destination and I am looking at schools such as Melbourne Business School, NUS Singapore, ISB, though not sure of the program that will suit my profile since I believe US will be a hard nut to crack considering the strict regulations now and challenges in acquiring sponsorship post mba. Basically I am planning to switch my profile and work in a different domain. As of now I think that a course in Finance (Investment domain) would be beneficial in the long run as far as career prospects are concerned but not really zeroed in on a particular domain as I am also toying with the idea of a course in analytics. My score range in mocks currently is 650-750 (got 740 last mock).

Kindly advise what schools I should select for sending score reports based on the aforementioned information. Please feel free to advise other B schools and programs that will be a suitable fit for me considering the career prospects.
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I am a 29 yr old Indian male having 5 years of experience as a Business Analyst-Product Management in IT-Finance domain (Financial Services(Private Equity/M&A-CRM softwares) post an MBA in Finance from a reputed B school in India.
My Gmat date is Oct 17 and I am not really sure regarding the schools to send my scores to before the test. I am looking at Europe, Australia (have my sister staying there) or Asia-Pacific as my MBA destination and I am looking at schools such as Melbourne Business School, NUS Singapore, ISB, though not sure of the program that will suit my profile since I believe US will be a hard nut to crack considering the strict regulations now and challenges in acquiring sponsorship post mba. Basically I am planning to switch my profile and work in a different domain. As of now I think that a course in Finance (Investment domain) would be beneficial in the long run as far as career prospects are concerned but not really zeroed in on a particular domain as I am also toying with the idea of a course in analytics. My score range in mocks currently is 650-750 (got 740 last mock).

Kindly advise what schools I should select for sending score reports based on the aforementioned information. Please feel free to advise other B schools and programs that will be a suitable fit for me considering the career prospects.If you do get near a 740 I do think that opens up many US schools for you as you would be in the range for top 20 MBA programs so if there is one that interests you- consider sending a score. The schools you mention- Melbourne, NUS Singapore are good. Maybe add HKUST? This article may help give you some further ideas:https://www.topmba.com/mba-programs/top-10-business-schools-asia-pacific-201415

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