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New post 10 Aug 2018, 10:16
Dear all,
Request you to review my profile
GMAT :680 (Q50 V39) AWA 4 IR 7
Nationality: Indian
Work experience: 5 years
3years in a start up as marketing executive
2 years in banking- India’s top bank
Extra curricular: volley ball player,volunteer for social activities
10th -91%
Planning for MBA In finance/ investment management/ portfolio management
Post MBA : I want to work as asset manager for a company

Kindly suggest me some good universities, I prefer in Europe.

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New post 10 Aug 2018, 11:44
Hi Lokyakki,

Thank you for your post. If you're interested in European programs, then I'd encourage you to start by thinking about where you wish to end up from a company, city, and country perspective, and then back into potential schools from there. If secured, visas can provide some flexibility between countries, but each program will have its own roots, placement, connections, and networks, so where you go still very much influences where you end up afterward. If you flesh out where you want to end up professionally and geographically, that will help inform your school selection process. As you know, it's very difficult to differentiate oneself when applying from the crowded and competitive pool of Indian applicants, so you'll usually want to discount your GMAT score relative to schools' averages (potentially even more so as Europe sees a greater flood of Indian applicants). I'd start by looking at schools with average GMAT scores in the mid-600s. Above that level will generally be a reach for you, below that level can potentially improve your chances. But nothing is a guarantee by any means; you will need execute very well in your applications -- articulate very specific short- and long-term career goals, a very specific rationale for why you want an MBA, and a very specific rationale for why each program, what you'll do when you get there, and how exactly you'll contribute. You can read more about these factors (and others) here: ... on-process

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