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New post 18 Aug 2017, 01:53
Hi,

I am new to this forum, Can anyone clear my doubts on the following query??

1. I have completed my PGDIM from National Institute of Industrial Engineering(NITIE), how much value addition it will be to my profile with Full time MBA from elite college or average college?.

2. Currently I am working with a top FMCG company in India and have 13 months of work-ex, what is an ideal work-ex required for elite MBA colleges?

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New post 18 Aug 2017, 11:23
Hi vihar.m,

First of all, Welcome to GMATClub.
I'm no expert, but I am going to try and answer that!

1. When you apply to an elite MBA program, you will need to explain the reason for a second MBA.
Especially when you have done it just a couple of years back.

2. Your work experience I might add is on the lower side. You must try and work hard to improve
your profile at this stage and seek advice regarding the same. I wouldn't recommend you to apply
with only 13 months of experience, as the minimum requirement for most US/Canada Business
Schools is 2 years.

Hope that helps you in some way!
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