B schools for my profile


Hi all,

I am an Indian national ,26 yrs old and I currently have 4 years of experience in the IT industry..

I have scored 610 in the GMAT and I wanted to know in which B schools do I have chances of gaining entry into .

I am keen on studying in universities either in the US , UK , Singapore or Canada.

Post MBA I want to work as a Business Consultant in the IT industry.Please advise.

Thanks,
Anoop

Hi all,

I am an Indian national ,26 yrs old and I currently have 4 years of experience in the IT industry..

I have scored 610 in the GMAT and I wanted to know in which B schools do I have chances of gaining entry into .

I am keen on studying in universities either in the US , UK , Singapore or Canada.

Post MBA I want to work as a Business Consultant in the IT industry.Please advise.

Thanks,
Anoop
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Mamit

If you are seeking for sept 12 intake then i would suggest that you must start your process asap.
With this profile you can try admissions into following B-Schools.
1. Edinburgh
2. Strathclyde
3. Birmingham
4. Lancaster
5. Aston
6. Durham
7. Bradford

Regards
Mamit

If you are seeking for sept 12 intake then i would suggest that you must start your process asap.
With this profile you can try admissions into following B-Schools.
1. Edinburgh
2. Strathclyde
3. Birmingham
4. Lancaster
5. Aston
6. Durham
7. Bradford

Regards
Mamit
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Bm5151

Hi Mamit

I am curious why Henley, MBS, Imperial are not on your list. What factors are you using?

Regards, Brian

Hi Mamit

I am curious why Henley, MBS, Imperial are not on your list. What factors are you using?

Regards, Brian
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Mamit

The reason i have not listed MBS and Imperial is because the GMAT is only 610, work exp is only 4 years and that too from IT background and from India. Most of the applications received for MBA programs are from candidates with IT experience, therefore the competition is too high with such profile.

The reason i have not listed MBS and Imperial is because the GMAT is only 610, work exp is only 4 years and that too from IT background and from India. Most of the applications received for MBA programs are from candidates with IT experience, therefore the competition is too high with such profile.
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ezra

Mamit suggested some appropriate UK programs - but what about Canada and the States?

In Canada, you would be competitive at McMaster/Degroote or Alberta.

In the States, check out second tier schools: Case/Weatherhead, Babson/Olin, maybe even Boston/Caroll.

Mamit suggested some appropriate UK programs - but what about Canada and the States?

In Canada, you would be competitive at McMaster/Degroote or Alberta.

In the States, check out second tier schools: Case/Weatherhead, Babson/Olin, maybe even Boston/Caroll.
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Mamit

Yes it would be good to consider the Universities in the US and Canada, but i think its late for fall 2012 intake.

Yes it would be good to consider the Universities in the US and Canada, but i think its late for fall 2012 intake.
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