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Hi there,

I would like to start my MBA in Sep 2020. I will have 5 years experience in the renewable energy industry (offshore wind farm installation) as a project engineer/manager. I got my degree Msc in Environmental Engineering at Ghent University in Belgium. I finished my Master with great distinction.

Other important points:
-GMAT 710 (Q50/V36)
-I want to transition to a finance role (investment banking)
-Belgian nationality - 26 years old now
-My preferred schools are: LBS/Oxford/Cambridge/Insead/HEC

Are the above schools possible for me?
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DorianH1992 wrote:
Hi there,

I would like to start my MBA in Sep 2020. I will have 5 years experience in the renewable energy industry (offshore wind farm installation) as a project engineer/manager. I got my degree Msc in Environmental Engineering at Ghent University in Belgium. I finished my Master with great distinction.

Other important points:
-GMAT 710 (Q50/V36)
-I want to transition to a finance role (investment banking)
-Belgian nationality - 26 years old now
-My preferred schools are: LBS/Oxford/Cambridge/Insead/HEC

Are the above schools possible for me?


Hi DorianH1992,

Apologies for a delayed response.

Considering you are looking at a career switch, a lot will depend on how well you portray your intent for a career in finance, as well as your competencies for the same. Be prepared for a lot of questions :) The key will, therefore, be to put forth a stellar set of essays explaining your need for an MBA and your choice of career goals.

Further to the above, considering you are targetting some top-notch programs, especially LBS & INSEAD, we do suggest that you retake the GMAT; an improved score will boost your chances.

Hope this helps!

All the best!
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