Indian/ Male/30 years
B.Tech - Mechanical Engineering - SRM University - 8.857/10
PGPHRM -MDI Gurgaon - 6.45/10
6+ years in EY in People Advisory Services as a Consultant and Asian Paints as Factory HR
Good international exposure due to office visits and clients
2. Good communication and people skills
3. Will be able to get good recommendations
4. Good academic record
5. Pre MBA Start up experience in BYJU's- Bangalore
International Experience - UAE, UK
Received various awards at work place and now a senior consultant with EY.
Active Volunteer with Make a Difference
Vice President ToastMasters
DELF L1 (French)
During MBA active member of clubs and committees and event management activities
Kindly Evaluate my chances and suggest few safe schools to apply in US
You have a good profile and seem to be doing well in your career and your GMAT score is also at par with mean of most target schools.
However we are unable to comprehend why you want to pursue your 2nd MBA when you have completed your 1st MBA from a relatively prestigious school. The admission committee too is likely to grill you on this aspect. The rationale and what you will achieve from pursuing a 2nd MBA needs to be looked at.
However we are sure that you would have thought these aspects. On other aspects, we believe you, as stated earlier, have a good profile and GMAT score and we see no reason why you can’t land an admit in any of your target schools.
1) Re-evaluate your reasons for doing a 2nd MBA
2) If you are keen to do your 2nd MBA, focus on maximising your return i.e. aim for top schools only. We see no reason for you to pursue your 2nd MBA from a Tier-2 school or as you said ‘safe schools’
3) We do recommend that you look at your work profile and see whether you have the diversity of experience in your resume i.e. have you got the opportunity to work on different kind of engagements and are not limited to single type of work in Advisory.
We also hope that you are consistent with your ECs i.e. volunteering with Make a Difference and Toastmasters since more often than not, given the work pressure at EY; candidates are unable to pursue their volunteering activities.
We will love to take this conversation forward as we can relate well with you (one of our co-founders is an EY Advisory Alum
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