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25 year old Indian Male Engineer with a 7.08 GPA in BTech Computer Science from NIT Rourkela.
GMAT: 710 (v35/q50)

Will have 3 years of work experience, in July '17, for Samsung Bangalore during which I:
- Got a progression and a promotion, with consecutive best ratings.
- Have 4 months of International Ex working from Suwon, SK & Madrid, Spain
- Regularly work & interact with cross-cultural partner teams
- have worked in all phases from inception to production of a payment solution used on an international level, with way more responsibilities other than development.
Apart from work I am studying french and should achieve professional proficiency by end of year. I also plan to give GMAT again during June this year.

I am aiming to apply for MBA at ISB and NUS to enter product management/it consultancy. I am also looking for other colleges with a decent probability of getting a job outside India.

1) Do I need to improve my GMAT score for ISB & NUS?
2) Which other colleges can I apply to in the Southeast Asia & European regions? (not US)

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25 year old Indian Male Engineer with a 7.08 GPA in BTech Computer Science from NIT Rourkela.
GMAT: 710 (v35/q50)

Will have 3 years of work experience, in July '17, for Samsung Bangalore during which I:
- Got a progression and a promotion, with consecutive best ratings.
- Have 4 months of International Ex working from Suwon, SK & Madrid, Spain
- Regularly work & interact with cross-cultural partner teams
- have worked in all phases from inception to production of a payment solution used on an international level, with way more responsibilities other than development.
Apart from work I am studying french and should achieve professional proficiency by end of year. I also plan to give GMAT again during June this year.

I am aiming to apply for MBA at ISB and NUS to enter product management/it consultancy. I am also looking for other colleges with a decent probability of getting a job outside India.

1) Do I need to improve my GMAT score for ISB & NUS?
2) Which other colleges can I apply to in the Southeast Asia & European regions? (not US)


Hey there dude!
Very good to hear from you. Overall, you have quite a good profile, even if you do come from a quite overrepresented demographic.
The work with Samsung is strong, as is your work abroad and in intentional teams. Your GMAT is excellent, and especially for Asian/European schools.

The one thing that I am currently missing in your profile, is anything that is unique/special - like personal history, volunteer work, etc. etc. etc. If you have anything notable let me know.

I think most Asian schools and European schools would be at least possible. The most challenging schools for you would be LBS (probably out of range) INSEAD and ISB. You would be more competitive at the rest. (NTU, CEIBS, etc in Asia). In Europe, you will also have plenty of choices depending upon where you want to end up. I think Oxbridge will be challenging given the high amount of Indian applicants, but you can always try. And most of the rest of the UK schools and most contiental schoools (HEC, Boccone, ESADE, etc) you should be more competitive at.

Of course, I would love to first hear more about you and your experience to get to know you in detail.

I hope this helps! And feel free to drop us a line for a free consultation.

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