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School to apply || GMAT Score 710 || Energy and renewable

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I am Saurabh Dave. By september 2018 I will have work experience of about 7 years working in Oil and Gas and energy sector. My GMAT score is 710 and I am from India. I am interested in energy and renewable sector. Can you please suggest me which schools should I apply in round 2. I have already got rejected from Cambridge, IESE, Rotterdam, Duke. I am waiting results for McComb and Cornell Johnson. But I have little hope there. Please suggest me which schools should I apply for round 2.

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Hi @dave19, thanks for your question. I will address below
I am Saurabh Dave. By september 2018 I will have work experience of about 7 years working in Oil and Gas and energy sector. My GMAT score is 710 and I am from India. I am interested in energy and renewable sector. Can you please suggest me which schools should I apply in round 2. I have already got rejected from Cambridge, IESE, Rotterdam, Duke. I am waiting results for McComb and Cornell Johnson. But I have little hope there. Please suggest me which schools should I apply for round 2.
Here's an article that goes beyond MBA but lists some schools strong in renewable energy: https://www.solarpowerauthority.com/the ... le-energy/ and in terms of adding a few other programs look at UNC Kenan-Flagler, here are the energy course listings at Rice: https://business.rice.edu/energy-jones- ... gy-courses , Texas A&M, U of Oklahoma, U Alberta, U Calgary and look at this article for a few more ideas: https://find-mba.com/lists/top-business ... -resources
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Saurabh Dave

we have a great counselor at Stratus with an energy background- if you want to do a free consult to learn more- reach out at this link: https://stratusadmissionscounseling.com ... b-visitor/
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