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I would like to request a profile evaluation to help me come up with a plan.

28 years/ Indian/ Female / Background in Technology

GMAT : 690 (Q:49 V:35)

Will be applying in 2017 Round 1.

Education/University/GPA :
Masters in Computer Science/3.5
Bachelors in Computer Science / From a decently ranked university in India / 3.7

Experience : (5 years)
Product Manager at a late stage tech startup. I am the lead product manager for platform and have some interesting leadership experience driving innovation in a small setup(1 year)
Previously a Software engineer at a well known tech company with a good career progression ( 4 years)
Been active in volunteering for organizations that encourage women in tech. I also run a meet-up network of 150 women organizing events in Bay area

Post MBA Goals :
Product Management or Entrepreneurship

Target Schools :
University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business
University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business ( Part time MBA program)
Stanford GSB
INSEAD
University of Michigan, Ross School of Business.

In addition to the above mentioned schools, are there other programs that focus on Product Management

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div263 wrote:
I would like to request a profile evaluation to help me come up with a plan.

28 years/ Indian/ Female / Background in Technology

GMAT : 690 (Q:49 V:35)

Will be applying in 2017 Round 1.

Education/University/GPA :
Masters in Computer Science/3.5
Bachelors in Computer Science / From a decently ranked university in India / 3.7

Experience : (5 years)
Product Manager at a late stage tech startup. I am the lead product manager for platform and have some interesting leadership experience driving innovation in a small setup(1 year)
Previously a Software engineer at a well known tech company with a good career progression ( 4 years)
Been active in volunteering for organizations that encourage women in tech. I also run a meet-up network of 150 women organizing events in Bay area

Post MBA Goals :
Product Management or Entrepreneurship

Target Schools :
University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business
University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business ( Part time MBA program)
Stanford GSB
INSEAD
University of Michigan, Ross School of Business.

In addition to the above mentioned schools, are there other programs that focus on Product Management


Hi Div263,
The average GMAT for your target schools is much higher than your present GMAT score. If you can increase your score by 20-30 points that will go a long way. Having said that, there is a silver lining in diversity section. All business schools want to increase women in their class. If you prepare a stellar application to distinguish yourself from other applicants (which looking at your profile seems possible to me), you have a good chance.
Product Management is confluence of marketing, strategy and technical fields. As such you don't have a specialisation for it. However, you may pick your electives to maximise your learning.
Your school selection is very good. I would just add Kellogg and IE. Former is excellent for marketing and latter for entrepreneurship. Hope this helps.
Please feel free to shoot any more questions if you have. Good Luck !
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