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New post 24 Jul 2005, 04:25
Hello there.

Please evaluate my profile and give my some realistic advice where i can apply with chances of being accepted.

I am german, 25 years old and graduated in January 2005 with a first class bachelor of honors (leeds metropolitan university/UK) in international business.

After my german pre-diploma (2002) i went to Shanghai/China to work as an intern (sales&marketing) and studied the language(fluent now).
During my full-time chinese studies, i opened a website in Shanghai, informs people about parties, cultural events and exibitions as well as fine dining in Shanghai. The website is now quite successful and we are planning the next step.

Will take the GMAT in 2 weeks with an expected score of 680-720.

Other languages i speak are german, english and french (mother tongue/fluent/fluent)

Right now i am intern in the finance and strategy department of Lufthansa AirPlus where i am working o the market entry into China.
Afterward i will be intern at the german chanmber for industry and commerce in HongKong.

With that little working experience, do I have a chance at kellogg, wharton, insead and LBS?
Is the fact, that i never 'really' worked, just did internships, a big disadvantage so that my chances are really low?
At which elite b-school would i have a bigger chance?

Thank you very much for helping me!!!

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Some top schools are openly catering to young applicants with your profile, so I'd definitely look at those -- Stanford, Harvard (and to a lesser extent) Wharton.

LBS and INSEAD tend to look for applicants with a bit more experience, but given your international experiences, it's not completely out out of the question.
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