GMAT 730 : Help needed


MBADream

Hi all,

Hope everybody is doing well.
I recently wrote GMAT and got 730 (Q49/V41). I am still waiting for AWA/IR score.

I am quite confused about the schools which I should target.
Request you guys to evaluate my profile and guide me:

GMAT : (Q49/V41)
Nationality : Indian
Gender : Male
Graduation : Bachelor in Technology from a Central University (Non-IIT, ranked 21st in engineering in India)
Graduation GPA : 70.7 % in India (A as per WES conversion)
Age: 27
Work Experience : 60 months in a global IT MNC which has offices in 120 countries (IT..wish I could turn back time )
International Exposure : 12 months (UK)
Extra Curriculum : Not much, average at best

I am more inclined towards one year MBA program though even two year's program is fine as long as I can I can get some financial assistance.

Any guidance is much appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

Hi all,

Hope everybody is doing well.
I recently wrote GMAT and got 730 (Q49/V41). I am still waiting for AWA/IR score.

I am quite confused about the schools which I should target.
Request you guys to evaluate my profile and guide me:

GMAT : (Q49/V41)
Nationality : Indian
Gender : Male
Graduation : Bachelor in Technology from a Central University (Non-IIT, ranked 21st in engineering in India)
Graduation GPA : 70.7 % in India (A as per WES conversion)
Age: 27
Work Experience : 60 months in a global IT MNC which has offices in 120 countries (IT..wish I could turn back time )
International Exposure : 12 months (UK)
Extra Curriculum : Not much, average at best

I am more inclined towards one year MBA program though even two year's program is fine as long as I can I can get some financial assistance.

Any guidance is much appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
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Duncan

Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/board/27082

What are your career goals? What do you do outside work?

You have a profile that appears a lot in the pile of applications, so apply early.

What are your thoughts about CEIBS, IE, Cambridge or ESADE?

Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/board/27082

What are your career goals? What do you do outside work?

You have a profile that appears a lot in the pile of applications, so apply early.

What are your thoughts about CEIBS, IE, Cambridge or ESADE?
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mba hipste...

Not much, average at best I am more inclined towards one year MBA program though even two year's program is fine as long as I can I can get some financial assistance.

Most MBA programs do offer some kind of assistance, it just varies to as how much. I was just reading that the average scholarship package at INSEAD is around 11k EUR... BUT, the average debt that grads have after graduation is around 50k EUR - so, you're likely to have some debt coming out of a program like this.

<blockquote>Not much, average at best I am more inclined towards one year MBA program though even two year's program is fine as long as I can I can get some financial assistance. </blockquote>
Most MBA programs do offer some kind of assistance, it just varies to as how much. I was just reading that the average scholarship package at INSEAD is around 11k EUR... BUT, the average debt that grads have after graduation is around 50k EUR - so, you're likely to have some debt coming out of a program like this.
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