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by kan_War » Sat Dec 22, 2018 11:35 pm

I am a military veteran with Military work experience of 12 years and Corporate work experience of 02 years. I have a GMAT Score of 650 and TOEFL score of 105. I am looking for MBA in Operations /Supply chain. I applied in Queens Rotman Richard Ivey Rotterdam and UBC Sauder. I was declared overqualified in all those programs.

Please help me select the suitable programs wherein I am not "Overqualified".

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by MargaretStrother » Wed Dec 26, 2018 6:19 am
Interesting challenge! You're falling into that awkward gap between two-year MBAs and EMBAs. My suggestion would be to target accelerated or one-year MBAs at schools that also have two-year MBAs -- these programs typically have a slightly more experienced/diverse student pool. My expertise is in US schools, so if that is an option for you, take a look at Kellogg, Cornell, USC, Babson or NYU. All of these schools have one-year programs that are geared towards the atypical, full-time MBA student, and that sounds like you.
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