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Indian Male 29

Tenth: 89%.

Higher secondary: 79%

Undergrad: Engineering (B.Tech. Electronics and Telecom) from a tier I university in India

First class with distinction (8.6 on a scale of 10)

Work ex: Total 7.5 years and counting.

Developer at TCS Ltd. two years in India, One in US.
Business Analyst at TCS in US for a year
Senior Consultant and then currently DC Manager at Deloitte Consulting in US - 3.5 years and counting

Target Gmat score (based on prep scores) : 710+. Qa 48 Va42

Could you please review and recommend three top schools/programs for consulting/ investment banking.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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Hi, and thanks for writing! If you can get a 730+ on your GMAT (important for Indian applicants and bankers) and if you have some good extracurricular involvement, here are some of the top bschools for banking: HBS, Wharton, Booth, CBS, Stern. Other schools to consider: Kellogg, Yale, Duke, Darden. Many (though not all) of the top banks are in the NYC/Chicago area, so those are good areas on which to focus. Of course, all of the programs I've listed are very competitive, so you'd want to make a very strong case for why you want to transition to banking and how the program will get you there.

Best of luck and let me know of any other qs!

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Indian Male 29

Tenth: 89%.

Higher secondary: 79%

Undergrad: Engineering (B.Tech. Electronics and Telecom) from a tier I university in India

First class with distinction (8.6 on a scale of 10)

Work ex: Total 7.5 years and counting.

Developer at TCS Ltd. two years in India, One in US.
Business Analyst at TCS in US for a year
Senior Consultant and then currently DC Manager at Deloitte Consulting in US - 3.5 years and counting

Target Gmat score (based on prep scores) : 710+. Qa 48 Va42

Could you please review and recommend three top schools/programs for consulting/ investment banking.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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