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MBA at Tsinghu : from the eye of an South Asian

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In July 2017, I graduated from Tsinghua University. I still cherish my MBA time. I feel fortunate to be part of GMBA 2015. In the last two years, with all my classmates I had explored different opportunities, learned new things and above all got a international exposure. I will definitely recommend our GMBA program to all the international students.

I had chosen China first and then I picked Tsinghua. So I will first share my thoughts behind choosing China. Well, I am an Indian. If you look carefully you can find, India is following same economical path that China took few years ago. Learning from China's mistake and also take back their business techniques to home country was primary reason behind coming to China. Moreover, India and China has a very strong business relationship. This creates an unique opportunities for the students of both of the countries.

After I decided to come to China, I explored opportunities to get connected with Chinese businesses. Here comes Tshinghu with an ample opportunities to know Chinese Business Leaders and Chinese businesses. During the two years I have connected with different CEOs of Chinese enterprises and entrepreneurs. Every day at Tsinghua was opening a new door to me to learn new things, to get connected with the world and to plan high to contribute to economical development. In my tenure, I got chance to share my thoughts with Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella, Tancent's CEO Ma Huateng, Paypal's founder Peter Theil and many more. We learned not only from school lectures but also from these great business leaders. I got motivated by every leaders' vision and execution plans. Tsinghua is having a strong alumni network. I must say I got huge support from our Alumnis. Our program gave us some exchange program opportunities. I got an exposure to present my business ideas in the elite universities like MiT and Stanford.

I applied for Tsinghu in the third round. If you want to be part of this MBA program, I will suggest to attend the interview call by person. Appearance and you smartness will help the judges to make decision in favor of you. It doesn't matter you are applying in which round, because Tsinghua never compromises with smartness. Scholarship is also given on merit basis. So it is never too late to apply for Tsinghu.

All the very best to you all! Dream big, work hard and never stop believing that anything is possible.
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