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I submitted the application on the last day...Got confirmation from IMD on June 5th ...

The school has said that it will take minimum of 3-6 weeks to evaluate each applications...

Hopefully, we will get the confirmation from IMD by early next month...


Hey

I am also an IMD aspirant for the January 2015 intake. Submitted my application one week before the June 1 deadline. Now waiting for the feedback. The lack of activity on this thread is a bit scary. Is noone applying this year?

Also, people who have applied/got calls, can you please share your profiles?

Here are my details:

Demographics: Indian/Female
Acads: B.A. Economics (ranked third in Mumbai University), MBA (Symbiosis International University)
GMAT: 680 (Q48, V35)
Work Ex: 5 years in Big 4 and a Swiss Investment Bank (set up a new team in India office, leading the India team as Assistant Vice President, worked in Zurich HQ on a brief stint)

Positives: Good acads, good brands on CV, good experience and career progression, decent extra curriculars
Negatives: Indian nationality, Below par GMAT Score, No knowledge of any European language, No significant work ex outside India though I have always worked in an international team

Questions: Does my Indian MBA hamper my chances? Is my GMAT too low especially for an Indian student?

People, please throw some light!
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New post 16 Jun 2014, 01:54
Hi Shimonti
Yes, indeed the IMD thread is not very active this year. I guess the posts of the MBA blog hamper a little bit the discussions.
According to me, your profile is solid. Your GMAT is in line with IMD average, hence you have a shot there.
The important is to pass the first filter e.g. being convoked for the assessment day. Then you'll have to show your qualities besides your curriculum. From then, you have 50/50 chances to get in
Best of luck !!
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Hi Shimonti
Yes, indeed the IMD thread is not very active this year. I guess the posts of the MBA blog hamper a little bit the discussions.
According to me, your profile is solid. Your GMAT is in line with IMD average, hence you have a shot there.
The important is to pass the first filter e.g. being convoked for the assessment day. Then you'll have to show your qualities besides your curriculum. From then, you have 50/50 chances to get in
Best of luck !!


Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I really hope people would come forward and share their experiences.
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Hi guys!!!

I have been accepted for the 2015 IMD MBA in april, and i'd like to share with you some topics, so your assesstement day might be easier. Since I live in Lausanne, it's very easy for me to visit the campus and keep contact with current candidates; I was invited as guest to a Master Class, and I had the opportunity to change impressions and views with candidates. I got a very useful feedback, and in my opinion, the most important tips you might keep in mind are as follow:

1) Be yourself. They are not looking genius or CEO. If you already are, you don't need to be there, so don't be afraid about your profil, it should be something interesting in your application that caught their attention.

2) Focus on your strenghts, and focus on your weaknesses. All of us have something to hide, and during the 1-to-1 interview it will arise, so you have to be ready to admit it, and justify if needed.

3) Listen twice more than you speak. Don't be shy, neither snob. It's very important to find the happy medium during the business case.

4) you must have clear your goals, and how your story has steered you to this point. You should be sure that your story make sense.

5) last but not least: enjoy your day. Maybe, this is the most important tip. Even if you are not accepted, the experience will be worthy, and you will learn many things about yourself, and about how you deal with complex situations.

If you have not visited the blog by Marshmallow, I recommend you intensely. I think it's been one of the most useful tips I found.

I hope you will have a great assessment day, and maybe we will be together next year in Lausanne.

Good luck!!!
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No problem Shimonti
I have done extensive researches bout IMD and other Business Schools and I would be happy to share my thoughts, so if anyone has questions, just let me know :panel
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Hi guys!!!

I have been accepted for the 2015 IMD MBA in april, and i'd like to share with you some topics, so your assesstement day might be easier. Since I live in Lausanne, it's very easy for me to visit the campus and keep contact with current candidates; I was invited as guest to a Master Class, and I had the opportunity to change impressions and views with candidates. I got a very useful feedback, and in my opinion, the most important tips you might keep in mind are as follow:

1) Be yourself. They are not looking genius or CEO. If you already are, you don't need to be there, so don't be afraid about your profil, it should be something interesting in your application that caught their attention.

2) Focus on your strenghts, and focus on your weaknesses. All of us have something to hide, and during the 1-to-1 interview it will arise, so you have to be ready to admit it, and justify if needed.

3) Listen twice more than you speak. Don't be shy, neither snob. It's very important to find the happy medium during the business case.

4) you must have clear your goals, and how your story has steered you to this point. You should be sure that your story make sense.

5) last but not least: enjoy your day. Maybe, this is the most important tip. Even if you are not accepted, the experience will be worthy, and you will learn many things about yourself, and about how you deal with complex situations.

If you have not visited the blog by Marshmallow, I recommend you intensely. I think it's been one of the most useful tips I found.

I hope you will have a great assessment day, and maybe we will be together next year in Lausanne.

Good luck!!!



Thats awesome ibarrios82. Congrats on your admit.

Can you also please post a timeline on when you submitted your application, when did you hear back about the intw dates etc.
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ibarrios82 wrote:
Hi guys!!!

I have been accepted for the 2015 IMD MBA in april, and i'd like to share with you some topics, so your assesstement day might be easier. Since I live in Lausanne, it's very easy for me to visit the campus and keep contact with current candidates; I was invited as guest to a Master Class, and I had the opportunity to change impressions and views with candidates. I got a very useful feedback, and in my opinion, the most important tips you might keep in mind are as follow:

1) Be yourself. They are not looking genius or CEO. If you already are, you don't need to be there, so don't be afraid about your profil, it should be something interesting in your application that caught their attention.

2) Focus on your strenghts, and focus on your weaknesses. All of us have something to hide, and during the 1-to-1 interview it will arise, so you have to be ready to admit it, and justify if needed.

3) Listen twice more than you speak. Don't be shy, neither snob. It's very important to find the happy medium during the business case.

4) you must have clear your goals, and how your story has steered you to this point. You should be sure that your story make sense.

5) last but not least: enjoy your day. Maybe, this is the most important tip. Even if you are not accepted, the experience will be worthy, and you will learn many things about yourself, and about how you deal with complex situations.

If you have not visited the blog by Marshmallow, I recommend you intensely. I think it's been one of the most useful tips I found.

I hope you will have a great assessment day, and maybe we will be together next year in Lausanne.

Good luck!!!



Thats awesome ibarrios82. Congrats on your admit.

Can you also please post a timeline on when you submitted your application, when did you hear back about the intw dates etc.



Sure. I submitted my application on Mars 28th, and I received an email with the invitation for the assesstement day on April 24th, so more or less 4 weeks after the application deadline.

My assesstement day was on May 20th, and I received a call on May 27th, just one week after the assesstment. I'm not sure if timing is similar for all applicants. In my case, I was quite astonished for being called so quickly. In my group, everybody received a call or an email just one week after day D.
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ibarrios82 wrote:
Hi guys!!!

I have been accepted for the 2015 IMD MBA in april, and i'd like to share with you some topics, so your assesstement day might be easier. Since I live in Lausanne, it's very easy for me to visit the campus and keep contact with current candidates; I was invited as guest to a Master Class, and I had the opportunity to change impressions and views with candidates. I got a very useful feedback, and in my opinion, the most important tips you might keep in mind are as follow:

1) Be yourself. They are not looking genius or CEO. If you already are, you don't need to be there, so don't be afraid about your profil, it should be something interesting in your application that caught their attention.

2) Focus on your strenghts, and focus on your weaknesses. All of us have something to hide, and during the 1-to-1 interview it will arise, so you have to be ready to admit it, and justify if needed.

3) Listen twice more than you speak. Don't be shy, neither snob. It's very important to find the happy medium during the business case.

4) you must have clear your goals, and how your story has steered you to this point. You should be sure that your story make sense.

5) last but not least: enjoy your day. Maybe, this is the most important tip. Even if you are not accepted, the experience will be worthy, and you will learn many things about yourself, and about how you deal with complex situations.

If you have not visited the blog by Marshmallow, I recommend you intensely. I think it's been one of the most useful tips I found.

I hope you will have a great assessment day, and maybe we will be together next year in Lausanne.

Good luck!!!


Hi

Congrats on the admit and thanks for sharing your thoughts. Can you please share your profile as well?
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ibarrios82 wrote:
Hi guys!!!

I have been accepted for the 2015 IMD MBA in april, and i'd like to share with you some topics, so your assesstement day might be easier. Since I live in Lausanne, it's very easy for me to visit the campus and keep contact with current candidates; I was invited as guest to a Master Class, and I had the opportunity to change impressions and views with candidates. I got a very useful feedback, and in my opinion, the most important tips you might keep in mind are as follow:

1) Be yourself. They are not looking genius or CEO. If you already are, you don't need to be there, so don't be afraid about your profil, it should be something interesting in your application that caught their attention.

2) Focus on your strenghts, and focus on your weaknesses. All of us have something to hide, and during the 1-to-1 interview it will arise, so you have to be ready to admit it, and justify if needed.

3) Listen twice more than you speak. Don't be shy, neither snob. It's very important to find the happy medium during the business case.

4) you must have clear your goals, and how your story has steered you to this point. You should be sure that your story make sense.

5) last but not least: enjoy your day. Maybe, this is the most important tip. Even if you are not accepted, the experience will be worthy, and you will learn many things about yourself, and about how you deal with complex situations.

If you have not visited the blog by Marshmallow, I recommend you intensely. I think it's been one of the most useful tips I found.

I hope you will have a great assessment day, and maybe we will be together next year in Lausanne.

Good luck!!!


Hi

Congrats on the admit and thanks for sharing your thoughts. Can you please share your profile as well?


Here we go:

Demographics: Western/Male
Acads: MSc Civil Engineer
GMAT: 680 (Q48, V35)
Work Ex: 8 years in construction and engineering consulting companies in 4 different countries
Positives: Broad international experience, good acads, strong values, high GMAT for a non native speaker
Negatives: English level, career progression
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New post 17 Jun 2014, 06:23
Wow great to see life at last, sorry I also got drifted away.

Thanks to all who are posting, I submitted my application in R3, got the confirmation that I will be notified in 3 to 6.
Me, the mostest common profile ( but we also want to learn :) )

Indian - IT - Male - 12 yrs experience
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Rizz wrote:
I submitted the application on the last day...Got confirmation from IMD on June 5th ...

The school has said that it will take minimum of 3-6 weeks to evaluate each applications...

Hopefully, we will get the confirmation from IMD by early next month...


Hey

I am also an IMD aspirant for the January 2015 intake. Submitted my application one week before the June 1 deadline. Now waiting for the feedback. The lack of activity on this thread is a bit scary. Is noone applying this year?

Also, people who have applied/got calls, can you please share your profiles?

Here are my details:

Demographics: Indian/Female
Acads: B.A. Economics (ranked third in Mumbai University), MBA (Symbiosis International University)
GMAT: 680 (Q48, V35)
Work Ex: 5 years in Big 4 and a Swiss Investment Bank (set up a new team in India office, leading the India team as Assistant Vice President, worked in Zurich HQ on a brief stint)

Positives: Good acads, good brands on CV, good experience and career progression, decent extra curriculars
Negatives: Indian nationality, Below par GMAT Score, No knowledge of any European language, No significant work ex outside India though I have always worked in an international team

Questions: Does my Indian MBA hamper my chances? Is my GMAT too low especially for an Indian student?

People, please throw some light!



Shimonti,

I dont think being Indian is negative, its just that you have to be very competitive.

Since you have already applied, I think its best to await feedback from IMD itself :)
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Best of luck Notamaybe,
Indeed the indians pool is competitive but IMD will give you a fair chance
Hope you'll get the assessment day. From there it's up to you
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Best of luck Notamaybe,
Indeed the indians pool is competitive but IMD will give you a fair chance
Hope you'll get the assessment day. From there it's up to you


thanks for your good wishes ,
very true, indeed. But one gets it or not, the experience going thru preparation is very valuable.

probability wise, there are between 5 - 7 places for Indians :)
and probably anywhere between 3-5 places for Indian males
and in that 1 or 2 IT guys :D :D :D

thats the reality !!

This year IMD admissions forum has been very dry
lets Keep it going guys
@Walter82 congrats on the admit,
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No problem Shimonti
I have done extensive researches bout IMD and other Business Schools and I would be happy to share my thoughts, so if anyone has questions, just let me know :panel


Much appreciated max, whats your profile.
have you applied /admitted whats ur status?

Cheers
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In fact, I don't think that places are reserved in fonction of your nationality. In 2013, there were two spanish guys and one chinese if I remember for well; in 2014, there are five spanish guys and five-six chinese guys.

I think, and this is my opinion, that profiles are reserved mostly according to your background, I mean, if they have recruited 10 consultants in the first round, maybe they were looking for engineers in the second one, and they will look for physicians in the third (I'm kidding). Indeed, if they have to fill in several gaps with nationalities and jobs, as soon as you apply, fewer profiles will be filled out, and your chances will be bigger.

But certainly, I talked with other applicants after our assesstment day, and they obtained a very varying feedback: uncertain goals, rude attitude, shy attitude... So I think you should not be worried about your profile, but about performing a good role in you're invited to the interview.

Good luck, and summon all your patience.
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No problem Shimonti
I have done extensive researches bout IMD and other Business Schools and I would be happy to share my thoughts, so if anyone has questions, just let me know :panel


Much appreciated max, whats your profile.
have you applied /admitted whats ur status?

Cheers


Sure
I have applied for April deadline and I get a slot :)

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EXTRACURRICULAR: Mainly Entrepreneurship
GMAT: 690
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: Ms Management

I've compared a lot all the schools and IMD is definitely a top choice for those focusing on Industry and looking for General Management MBA.
I wish to all of you to get at least the possibility to do the assessment day. It shows a lot about the school.
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max82 wrote:
No problem Shimonti
I have done extensive researches bout IMD and other Business Schools and I would be happy to share my thoughts, so if anyone has questions, just let me know :panel


Much appreciated max, whats your profile.
have you applied /admitted whats ur status?

Cheers


Sure
I have applied for April deadline and I get a slot :)

DEMOGRAPHIC: MENA/French (31 years)
WORK EX: 8 years in Controlling, in Automotive then in Utility Business for a Fortune 100 Company. Good international exposition.
EXTRACURRICULAR: Mainly Entrepreneurship
GMAT: 690
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: Ms Management

I've compared a lot all the schools and IMD is definitely a top choice for those focusing on Industry and looking for General Management MBA.
I wish to all of you to get at least the possibility to do the assessment day. It shows a lot about the school.


Good to see so many people in the thread :) Let's hope we get through to the assessment round.
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In fact, I don't think that places are reserved in fonction of your nationality. In 2013, there were two spanish guys and one chinese if I remember for well; in 2014, there are five spanish guys and five-six chinese guys.

I think, and this is my opinion, that profiles are reserved mostly according to your background, I mean, if they have recruited 10 consultants in the first round, maybe they were looking for engineers in the second one, and they will look for physicians in the third (I'm kidding). Indeed, if they have to fill in several gaps with nationalities and jobs, as soon as you apply, fewer profiles will be filled out, and your chances will be bigger.

But certainly, I talked with other applicants after our assesstment day, and they obtained a very varying feedback: uncertain goals, rude attitude, shy attitude... So I think you should not be worried about your profile, but about performing a good role in you're invited to the interview.

Good luck, and summon all your patience.


Walter,

thanks for your positive note.
I wasnt aware that such a significant change in proportion of nationality is possible for what ever reason.
thats encouraging!

Thanks,
Well waiting is the hardest part :(

Cheers
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In fact, I don't think that places are reserved in fonction of your nationality. In 2013, there were two spanish guys and one chinese if I remember for well; in 2014, there are five spanish guys and five-six chinese guys.

I think, and this is my opinion, that profiles are reserved mostly according to your background, I mean, if they have recruited 10 consultants in the first round, maybe they were looking for engineers in the second one, and they will look for physicians in the third (I'm kidding). Indeed, if they have to fill in several gaps with nationalities and jobs, as soon as you apply, fewer profiles will be filled out, and your chances will be bigger.

But certainly, I talked with other applicants after our assesstment day, and they obtained a very varying feedback: uncertain goals, rude attitude, shy attitude... So I think you should not be worried about your profile, but about performing a good role in you're invited to the interview.

Good luck, and summon all your patience.


Hi Walter,

Firstly congratulations.

I was in Lausanne in March and continue to be on the wait-list. I had couple of rounds of feedback calls as well and I remain hopeful, I completely agree with your argument on how IMD fills the class. I think IMD is self selecting school and its really a matter of how you FIT into the class than anything else.

Lets hope for the best and hope to meet you at The Great Escape!

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