B-school for mid-2012 intake


Greenbuns

Hello people,
I would like to get your opinion on my profile for MBA application. I am looking for a program : a 1 year (preferably) MBA from top B -schools that would translate to better job opportunities. Brand value, teaching quality, and high paying jobs are my ranking parameters. Please advice on the best B-schools to go for as per my qualifications. Thanks!

GMAT 750 (i think i messed up with my essays - score not yet received)
31 months of telecom service industry experience till Feb 2011. Was a good performer and took initiatives for my team. Taken a break due to personal reasons - Marriage and house work etc. As of now, trying to understand and develop my father-in-law's small business(supplying and maintenance of Firefighting equipment).
Bachelor of Engineering at Undergraduate with First Class Hons.
I have always been involved in sports at school, college and even at work.

Hello people,
I would like to get your opinion on my profile for MBA application. I am looking for a program : a 1 year (preferably) MBA from top B -schools that would translate to better job opportunities. Brand value, teaching quality, and high paying jobs are my ranking parameters. Please advice on the best B-schools to go for as per my qualifications. Thanks!

GMAT 750 (i think i messed up with my essays - score not yet received)
31 months of telecom service industry experience till Feb 2011. Was a good performer and took initiatives for my team. Taken a break due to personal reasons - Marriage and house work etc. As of now, trying to understand and develop my father-in-law's small business(supplying and maintenance of Firefighting equipment).
Bachelor of Engineering at Undergraduate with First Class Hons.
I have always been involved in sports at school, college and even at work.
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Duncan

Well, a 750 GMAT is actually quite high. Most of the schools that have a fairly young cohort with fairly high GMAT scores are two year programmes like Toronto, IIM-A, Stanford, Harvard, Northwestern, Brigham Young, IESE and Iowa. That's because students like you normally benefit from the strengths of longer programmes: longer internships, and international exchange programme and more team projects.

However, some good one-year programmes are available in Europe for people with your profile: Oxford, Cambridge, Cranfield and IMD. I would also look at the one year MBA at Purdue, the MSIA (the same programme is run by Purdue at GISMA, but that leads to the better-understood MBA degree, rather than the MSIA).

Well, a 750 GMAT is actually quite high. Most of the schools that have a fairly young cohort with fairly high GMAT scores are two year programmes like Toronto, IIM-A, Stanford, Harvard, Northwestern, Brigham Young, IESE and Iowa. That's because students like you normally benefit from the strengths of longer programmes: longer internships, and international exchange programme and more team projects.

However, some good one-year programmes are available in Europe for people with your profile: Oxford, Cambridge, Cranfield and IMD. I would also look at the one year MBA at Purdue, the MSIA (the same programme is run by Purdue at GISMA, but that leads to the better-understood MBA degree, rather than the MSIA).
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