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New post 08 Sep 2017, 21:26
Hi team,

Thanks for the opportunity.

Request your help in evaluating my profile and suggesting colleges to apply.

GMAT: 720
Work exp : 48 months (by July 2018). No international experience.
Had one promotion.
Responsibilities include supporting application for health care and university customers in USA.
Led a team of 4 in couple of projects (in helping customers move to Public Cloud from Private Cloud)
Undergraduate CGPA : 7.3/10 (NIT Rourkela, one of the top 30 colleges in India)
No volunteering experience. No extra curricular after high school, a being apart from being an active member of a student activity club during under-graduation.

I've included ISB from India. Need help in shortlisting colleges abroad. Below is the list of criteria I'm looking at.
1. Colleges in USA/UK - with good placement record.
2. High scholarship chances.
3. Specialization - Finance and General Management in that order. Willing to look at colleges which are best at Operations as well.

I'd like to return to India in 4-5 years (4 years mostly), colleges where I'd have a high chance of gaining a scholarship and where I'd have a chance of getting placed into companies having their foot print in India are priority.

Please let me know if any further details are required.

Thanks for your help in advance.

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Hi team,

Thanks for the opportunity.

Request your help in evaluating my profile and suggesting colleges to apply.

GMAT: 720
Work exp : 48 months (by July 2018). No international experience.
Had one promotion.
Responsibilities include supporting application for health care and university customers in USA.
Led a team of 4 in couple of projects (in helping customers move to Public Cloud from Private Cloud)
Undergraduate CGPA : 7.3/10 (NIT Rourkela, one of the top 30 colleges in India)
No volunteering experience. No extra curricular after high school, a being apart from being an active member of a student activity club during under-graduation.

I've included ISB from India. Need help in shortlisting colleges abroad. Below is the list of criteria I'm looking at.
1. Colleges in USA/UK - with good placement record.
2. High scholarship chances.
3. Specialization - Finance and General Management in that order. Willing to look at colleges which are best at Operations as well.

I'd like to return to India in 4-5 years (4 years mostly), colleges where I'd have a high chance of gaining a scholarship and where I'd have a chance of getting placed into companies having their foot print in India are priority.

Please let me know if any further details are required.

Thanks for your help in advance.


Hey there,
Very good to hear from you.

So very very roughly, (because I need more info) I'd say your sweet spot would lay in the 15-30 ranking in the US, and anywhere outside top 3 (LBS/Oxford/Cambridge) in the UK. You have a good GMAT and graduated from a top program, but your work experience is less strong.


Otherwise, knowing more detail about what you have done might help as well:
Where do you work? What do you do? How quickly have you advanced? Do you have any leadership? What are your great achievements?

All of these will play important roles in your evaluation.
Best,
Jon

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New post 13 Sep 2017, 18:46
Hi,

Thanks for your reply. Will look into the tool you've given and prepare a final list of colleges.

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New post 14 Sep 2017, 01:53
maximusdecimus98480 wrote:
Hi,

Thanks for your reply. Will look into the tool you've given and prepare a final list of colleges.


Great! looking forward to it :)

Best,
JF
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