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I work for a Fortune 500 heavy engine manufacturer that supplies powertrains to a large majority of the US truck market, marine, mining and public transportation applications. I pursued a graduate certification in Hybrid Electric propulsion systems (coursework designed in collaboration with GM and Ford) along with my M.S. in Mechanical Engineering.
I would like some advice on the best way to integrate my CFA Level 2 into my application. I would like some feedback on whether the story of doing a master’s in science, 2 levels of CFA and then switching to an MBA makes as much sense to others as it does to me.
Target School: MIT Sloan
Considering: Cornell Johnson, Tuck, Ross
See More Profiles For: MIT Sloan
Application Status: Open
Undergrad School: Top 5 Private Indian University (Not IIT)
Undergrad Major: B. Tech. Mechanical Engineering
GPA: 3.83/4.0 WES Conversion
Ethnicity: Asian or Indian
Other Degree/Certification: M.S. Mechanical Engineering (3.78 GPA)
School Name: Michigan Technological University
Tutoring Physics and Math during Masters including Athletes from underserved backgrounds, Weekend English classes at an orphanage in India for children of sex workers, and Volunteering at Mother Theresa Foundation home for the disabled and elderly.
Title: Senior Product Validation Engineer
Company: Fortune 500
Length of Employment: 5 yrs
– Led projects involving multi-million dollar annual savings on warranty issues.
– Promoted as fast as company policy allows and now I manage three technicians.
– Passed CFA Level 2 last year to prepare myself to transition away from core engineering into engineering strategy and finance.
Strategy and Finance in the Automotive/Transportation Industry.
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Extremely few automotive/transportation hire/sponsor international students…so your post-MBA would kinda hurt a bit. I know MIT Sloan doesn’t care about post-MBA goals but you need a solid “why MBA” at least.
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