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Hello! I am a 25 year old male from India, with 3 years of experience in UrbanClap, as Operations Manager.

I am an Engineer from NIT (National Institute of Technology) and graduated with a CGPA of 7.6.

I don't have many extracurricular, except that I represented my college as a Badminton captain.

Assuming that I get a 700 on GMAT (though I am just starting out), which colleges would be best for me to apply? I am currently thinking of global (outside India) 1-year programs.
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New post 18 Oct 2019, 23:03
Hi Ruchir,

Will need more info to suggest you the right school for you. Info such as

Your Target country?
Post-MBA goal? Industry & Function.
We may make an assumption of your GMAT score but it is also vital to make a reasonable assumption else the whole exercise fails.

Also, I'll recommend you to pursue a 2-year MBA. You're on the younger side of applicants and can afford to do a 2-year MBA.
Plus, it is advisable for non-business undergrad candidates to pursue a 2-year MBA.

I'd recommend you fill out this form (https://forms.gle/TaaJ3kgWCtNyPiYy7) and schedule a call with me to discuss your profile in detail and get school recommendation for FREE.

Hope this helps.

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New post 19 Oct 2019, 22:02
Thanks EduSimplified. As I am working as Operations manager, I want to continue working in this field, but am targeting middle management or upper management positions in this field, in the next few years.

I am open to good programs in Europe and USA. You are right about the assumption of GMAT score. We cannot assume a 700 at this stage.
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Ruchirkalra wrote:
Hello! I am a 25 year old male from India, with 3 years of experience in UrbanClap, as Operations Manager.

I am an Engineer from NIT (National Institute of Technology) and graduated with a CGPA of 7.6.

I don't have many extracurricular, except that I represented my college as a Badminton captain.

Assuming that I get a 700 on GMAT (though I am just starting out), which colleges would be best for me to apply? I am currently thinking of global (outside India) 1-year programs.


If your extra curriculars are not that great, then you might have to target a 20/30 points above the average GMAT score for your desired school.

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Going for MBA or MSc.?
Canada? USA? or Australian schools?
Ruchirkalra wrote:
Hello! I am a 25 year old male from India, with 3 years of experience in UrbanClap, as Operations Manager.

I am an Engineer from NIT (National Institute of Technology) and graduated with a CGPA of 7.6.

I don't have many extracurricular, except that I represented my college as a Badminton captain.

Assuming that I get a 700 on GMAT (though I am just starting out), which colleges would be best for me to apply? I am currently thinking of global (outside India) 1-year programs.


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You can also try the Decision Tracker filters feature (where you put in assumptions and get a list of profiles that were admitted or dinged - just setup your filters properly and you are done).

https://gmatclub.com/forum/filters-in-d ... 04911.html
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New post 26 Oct 2019, 09:45
Staphyk wrote:
Going for MBA or MSc.?
Canada? USA? or Australian schools?
Ruchirkalra wrote:
Hello! I am a 25 year old male from India, with 3 years of experience in UrbanClap, as Operations Manager.

I am an Engineer from NIT (National Institute of Technology) and graduated with a CGPA of 7.6.

I don't have many extracurricular, except that I represented my college as a Badminton captain.

Assuming that I get a 700 on GMAT (though I am just starting out), which colleges would be best for me to apply? I am currently thinking of global (outside India) 1-year programs.

I am quite open to schools abroad. MBA would be my preference though. No "specific" geography preference.
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