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New post 20 Nov 2016, 04:25
Thanks very much for your help! Would like to figure out what my possibilities are for US Business school including some burning questions:

Demographics: 26-year-old East Asian guy growing up in Pan Western Europe country (Germany/Netherlands/France) from 8 years old, with European passport. --> Question: Would I be put into the Asian pool of applicants or Western European pool of applicants for Business schools? How would this impact my success rate?

Undergrad: Top 3 University in Country, Top 1 Uni for Economics (7,2 in Quant Finance/Statistics)
Master: Same University, (7,0 in Quant Finance)
Part of community for diversity and inclusion in university

Experience: 1,5 years at Big 4 valuations, 1 year Accenture MC (Planning to apply to business school after having 2 years experience here), so 3,5 years experience in total.
No extracurricular activity --> Question: How big of a deal is this? Would it be very beneficial to start with some volunteering work now?


What would my chances at the following schools?
1. Yale
2. Harvard
3. Wharton
4. Cornell
5. Columbia

Would I have more chance for European Business schools? (e.g INSEAD, LBS)?

Many thanks for your time,
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New post 23 Nov 2016, 15:15
Thanks for sharing your profile. You have a good background and given your passport and extensive time being raised in europe I would assume this is the bucket with which you will fall in

1. Yale - Good
2. Harvard - Tough
3. Wharton - Tough
4. Cornell -Good
5. Columbia - Solid

I would say no extras is a big deal so not sure when you are applying but if you can work to correct this that would be helpful

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