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by ronit_1987 » Sun May 13, 2018 6:00 am
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I am an Indian male IT engineer with 7 years of experience. I have a GMAT score of 690 ( Q44, V41). I don't have any extra curriculars. I am looking for schools in Canada, Singapore and Europe. Which schools shall I consider?

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by MBADecoder » Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:10 am
HI Ronit,

We will need some more details about you- what have you done in the past 7 years? where do you work? what do you do? what are your achievements? what impact have you made on your organization?
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by Donna@Stratus » Tue Jun 19, 2018 8:20 am
ronit_1987 wrote:Hi
I am an Indian male IT engineer with 7 years of experience. I have a GMAT score of 690 ( Q44, V41). I don't have any extra curriculars. I am looking for schools in Canada, Singapore and Europe. Which schools shall I consider?
ronit_1987, I would say with a 690 GMAT from India that you will find some of your best options as you mention in canada, Singapore and Europe. For Canada, you should look at Rotman-- I just visited there and was extremely impressed with the options of the program including employers recruiting and special focus programs such as the Creative Distruction Lab and the Self Development Lab. I also think Schulich and Ivey are great options to apply there. For Europe, Top programs are INSEAD (also have program in Singapore)-- but not sure you will fare too well on that GMAT-- could also consider ie as well as ESADE and For Singapore-- NUS, NTU would be among the ones I'd look at first-- for more info on that you might look at this article: https://find-mba.com/schools/asia/singapore
But rather than just doing such a broad reach of locations I'd ask yourself where you most want to work post-MBA and then focus on that region. I also think I'd work on getting more extracurriculars as you will need a leadership profile regardless of where you seek the MBA. You may have more leadership at work that can be a proxy for community involvement if you spend most of your time working. If you are open to Canada, I think you may find the best opportunities there. I encourage you to sign up for our Stratus free newsletter to get more tips about all things MBA admissions. To sign up go to this link:https://stratusadmissionscounseling.com ... dmissions/
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