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Mba @28

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New post 25 Sep 2018, 04:47
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I have worked as a cs executive for 16 months in IBM and then as a risk analyst for 3.5 years in amazon. I have 80 percent in class 10, 67 in class 12 and 70 percent on grad. My work experience is not from a technical backgrnd and was mostly towards operations. I have always wanted to do my mba from a good school and plan to give my gmat in november. I want to make a push towards a career in consulting. What are my options? What b schools should i target within 35 lacs inr? Going abroad is not a problem for me.

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New post 25 Sep 2018, 22:40
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Thank you for your post. Your age is not a barrier, I am assuming you're thinking about this because your topic subject is MBA @ 28. The average age of most MBA programs is 28-29 years.
You have a nice profile and nice brands in your work ex. Non-tech background candidates are most welcomed as tech candidates are flooding the applicant pool.
Consulting is the most popular career choice of MBA applicants and most business schools have a good infrastructure to produce them. Almost all popular study destinations have business schools where you can pursue your MBA to get into consulting. Canada is the most popular choice right now. But you need to think long term before you shortlist your school of choice. Think post-MBA goals? Think of migration? And then narrow down on country/school.
Your budget of 35 lac is ~$50,000 US. Most MBA schools have $80-$100K tuition fee. So you're looking at scholarships. And to achieve scholarships you need a stellar application and very good GMAT score (think 700+). It is possible to do your MBA for free too. Hope this helps.
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When are you planning to take your GMAT?
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