Which College to select


Hey

I am a civil engineer from Delhi University, I a having a work ex of around 4 years (3.8 y) in a core civil infrastructure site planning and commercial. Have several failed entrepreneurial ventures to my name. Also active in social NGOs. Had a good working experience at family business too for 2 years during my graduation days. Currently engaged with Public Sector Organization- Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation. Undergraduation %age was 63.5%.

My GMAT score is 650. Want to pursue MBA to attain a managerial positions in project management consultancies like E&Y, PWC, Mckinsey. They all have this infra divisions coming up and Asia/India being a huge pool of opportunity in this case, I want to capitalize it.

Which colleges do provide the suitable match for me?

Hey

I am a civil engineer from Delhi University, I a having a work ex of around 4 years (3.8 y) in a core civil infrastructure site planning and commercial. Have several failed entrepreneurial ventures to my name. Also active in social NGOs. Had a good working experience at family business too for 2 years during my graduation days. Currently engaged with Public Sector Organization- Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation. Undergraduation %age was 63.5%.

My GMAT score is 650. Want to pursue MBA to attain a managerial positions in project management consultancies like E&Y, PWC, Mckinsey. They all have this infra divisions coming up and Asia/India being a huge pool of opportunity in this case, I want to capitalize it.

Which colleges do provide the suitable match for me?
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Duncan

I don't believe that McKinsey does project management, does it?

Take a look at
GMAT Tiers - strong schools for your GMAT www.find-mba.com/board/27082
and
How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571

I don't believe that McKinsey does project management, does it?

Take a look at
GMAT Tiers - strong schools for your GMAT www.find-mba.com/board/27082
and
How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571
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Radhika27

Hi Duncan ,

Could you please evaluatey profile and suggest some safe bschools for me.

Nationality - Indian
Gender - Female
Exp - 9 yrs(IT into software development)
GMAT -650

I am looking for one year MBA .
Please help me to choose d colleges I should be applying to.
I am keen on strategy /product management roles most MBA

Hi Duncan ,

Could you please evaluatey profile and suggest some safe bschools for me.

Nationality - Indian
Gender - Female
Exp - 9 yrs(IT into software development)
GMAT -650

I am looking for one year MBA .
Please help me to choose d colleges I should be applying to.
I am keen on strategy /product management roles most MBA
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Duncan

Take a look at my profile page if you need an evaluation. But the GMAT Tiers post is a great guide.

Take a look at my profile page if you need an evaluation. But the GMAT Tiers post is a great guide.
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mba hipste...

Hi Duncan ,

Could you please evaluatey profile and suggest some safe bschools for me.

Nationality - Indian
Gender - Female
Exp - 9 yrs(IT into software development)
GMAT -650

I am looking for one year MBA .
Please help me to choose d colleges I should be applying to.
I am keen on strategy /product management roles most MBA

Since you posted in the US forum, I'd assume that you're only looking at one-year MBAs in the USA?

If so, your options are very limited, and of those one-year MBAs, like the top ones at Emory, Kellogg, Mendoza, Cornell, etc., very few are really designed for international students looking to end up working in the US. If that's your goal, a two-year MBA would probably be a better option, because it would give you time to do an internship or consulting project(s).

The USC IBEAR program might be worth considering. You might need a better GMAT score though.

[quote]Hi Duncan ,

Could you please evaluatey profile and suggest some safe bschools for me.

Nationality - Indian
Gender - Female
Exp - 9 yrs(IT into software development)
GMAT -650

I am looking for one year MBA .
Please help me to choose d colleges I should be applying to.
I am keen on strategy /product management roles most MBA[/quote]
Since you posted in the US forum, I'd assume that you're only looking at one-year MBAs in the USA?

If so, your options are very limited, and of those one-year MBAs, like the top ones at Emory, Kellogg, Mendoza, Cornell, etc., very few are really designed for international students looking to end up working in the US. If that's your goal, a two-year MBA would probably be a better option, because it would give you time to do an internship or consulting project(s).

The USC IBEAR program might be worth considering. You might need a better GMAT score though.
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