Could you please evaluate my profile for MBA from USA


rmaini
I wrote GMAT and scored 660 (Q-49, V-32), AWA - 5, IR - 7

I did B.E. in Electronics and Telecom (India)
Completed several globally recognized certifications.
I have total 6.5 yrs of IT experience in BMC Software Private Ltd and 3 yrs of leadership experience in managing QA activities for enterprise solutions.
I also work as a technical product consultant to sales, pre-sales and other software consultants.
My current role is leading a team of QA professionals, client interactions, presentations and demos to stake holders etc.
Several awards attached to my name as the best performing employee in BMC Software.
Volunteer Corporate Social Responsibility BMC Software.

I want to pursue MBA in product management (IT sector) as I have extensive experience working in product based company.

Please suggest some good B schools in USA where I can apply.

Thanks in advance for the help
Ron.
I wrote GMAT and scored 660 (Q-49, V-32), AWA - 5, IR - 7

I did B.E. in Electronics and Telecom (India)
Completed several globally recognized certifications.
I have total 6.5 yrs of IT experience in BMC Software Private Ltd and 3 yrs of leadership experience in managing QA activities for enterprise solutions.
I also work as a technical product consultant to sales, pre-sales and other software consultants.
My current role is leading a team of QA professionals, client interactions, presentations and demos to stake holders etc.
Several awards attached to my name as the best performing employee in BMC Software.
Volunteer Corporate Social Responsibility BMC Software.

I want to pursue MBA in product management (IT sector) as I have extensive experience working in product based company.

Please suggest some good B schools in USA where I can apply.

Thanks in advance for the help
Ron.
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Duncan
Try the Tier 4 schools at http://www.find-mba.com/board/27082/ and, in particular, I think the IBEAR MBA at USC might fit you well.
Try the Tier 4 schools at http://www.find-mba.com/board/27082/ and, in particular, I think the IBEAR MBA at USC might fit you well.
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rmaini
Thanks Duncan!
I am looking for a 2 year MBA course in Marketing and had initially selected Mays Business School from Tier4 and NUS and Schulich (York) from Tier3.

Not from a GMAT score but from a B School perspective which university is good for Marketing program -
University of Washington Business School: Foster
OR
University of Southern California: Marshall
Thanks Duncan!
I am looking for a 2 year MBA course in Marketing and had initially selected Mays Business School from Tier4 and NUS and Schulich (York) from Tier3.

Not from a GMAT score but from a B School perspective which university is good for Marketing program -
University of Washington Business School: Foster
OR
University of Southern California: Marshall
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rmaini
Hello Mr. Duncan,

I have received admit from Schulich School of business (Canada) and Mays business School (USA). As per my profile stated in the post above could you please help me select one of the above B schools.

I am interested in the role of product management in a tech company post MBA and I have 6.5 yrs IT experience working as a team lead.

Thanks and Regards,
Ronak.
Hello Mr. Duncan,

I have received admit from Schulich School of business (Canada) and Mays business School (USA). As per my profile stated in the post above could you please help me select one of the above B schools.

I am interested in the role of product management in a tech company post MBA and I have 6.5 yrs IT experience working as a team lead.

Thanks and Regards,
Ronak.
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Duncan
Why not use LinkedIn to compare which of these schools has more alumni in those roles (http://www.find-mba.com/board/33571)?
Why not use LinkedIn to compare which of these schools has more alumni in those roles (http://www.find-mba.com/board/33571)?
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mba hipste...
I would think that a main factor would be whether you want to work in Canada or the US, no? Seems to me that an MBA from Schulich would be harder to leverage in the US, and vice-versa for Mays and Canada.
I would think that a main factor would be whether you want to work in Canada or the US, no? Seems to me that an MBA from Schulich would be harder to leverage in the US, and vice-versa for Mays and Canada.
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