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I am an engineering graduate from MIT. Worked for a Tier2 consulting firm for 1 year in Central Europe and will soon start at another Tier2 in the Nordics. I’ll have c.22 months of work experience by the time I start my MBA.
Target School: Harvard
Considering: Stanford GSB, Wharton, Columbia, Chicago Booth, Yale
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Application Status: Open
Undergrad School: German TU9
Undergrad Major: Mechanical Engineering
GPA: Top 3% of undergrad class
Other Degree/Certification: Master's degree
School Name: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Co-Founder of an organization in the educational sector.
Title: Management Consultant
Company: Top Firm
Length of Employment: 1 yr
Length of Employment: 10 mos
Recently, I co-founded and became president of an organization aimed to provide minorities in my home country with better academic and career perspectives.
My goal is to stay in consulting and in the firm I will start working for, since I fell in love with both the consulting industry and the firm’s corporate culture and resources. I hope to optimize my business intuition and leadership skills through the MBA, with the long-term goal to become a partner.
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If you don’t make it, it will be because of work experience. Still worth a shot man! Good luck!
Hello Mr. Young European Consultant!
Krista from mbaMission here. I’m going to cut right to the chase. You are very interesting. B-schools don’t get enough European candidates and especially ones like you with lots of international experience and a great GMAT score to boot! If you can put together compelling applications that are easy to understand (remember AdComs are not engineers), I think you’ll do well at CBS, Booth, and Yale. H/S/W are a bit tougher to predict for me because typically, they look for a bit more full-time work experience. You should definitely apply of course — I want to be wrong here — but just go in knowing that you have to sell your expertise!!
I think this will be a fun process for you. I wish you all the best for your applications!
Great stats but weak on experience – odds would be much better with more experience, especially if it can show leadership and impact.
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