LBS MiM or HEC Grande Ecole MSc??

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Hello all, I trust you are all doing well. I applied to some business schools in Europe and it turns out that I have been admitted to both London Business School and HEC Paris for their respective Masters in Management (MiM) programs. So this isn'...
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Hello 

I am Aishwarya from NIT Warangal


Btech: Biotechnology 

Batch : 2016-2020 

Cgpa so far : 7.55


GRE : 311

IELTS : 8


Internships:

1) Research Intern , Indian Institute of Management , Kozhikode ( 2 months ) -2019

2) Intern , Strarts ( Startup in hyderabad) - maintained the social media platforms of the startup , generated leads for the startup's first ever show - 2018

3) Aurobindo pharma - research intern ( related to biotech) - 2018

4)Dr.Reddy's - summer trainee ( related to biotech ) -2017

I realised that my interest lies in management , so switched towards that side after second biotech internship.


Extra-curricular activities -

1) General Secretary - Technical Association of Biotechnoloy , NIT Warangal (2019-present)

2) Member - Business Club , NIT Warangal (2017-2019)

3)Joint Secretary - Technical Association of Biotechnolog , NITW ( 2018)

4) Sub Coordinator - Event conduction and coordination team , Spring Spree 2019 ( Annual cultural Fest of NITW )

5) Sub Coordinator - Event Conduction and coordination team , Technozion 2018 ( Annual Technical fest of NITW )

6) Event Manager of an event named Biomimicry , Technozion 2017

7) Volunteer ( event management ) - World space week , NIT Warangal 2017


other activities :

1) Secured 1st position in Strategy Storm , a social business case study competition organised by E-cell , IIT Guwahati 2019

2) Participated in many case study competitions across India and qualified to the final rounds of few of them.

Volunteering:

Teacher Assistant at Nachiketa Tapovan, Jubilee Hills , hyderabad ( 15 days ) - december 2018


can somebody evaluate my profile for HEC , LBS , IE business school , Bocconi , CMS , Frankfurt , Eu business school, St.gallen's , Essade , Edhec ,UTD , Duke ?

I am aiming for masters in management 

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OyeSunny
@OyeSunny  ·  87 karma

You have a good profile. GRE is too low for the absolute top ones, though. Also that hurts your chance of getting some nice scholarships. Push you GRE above 325 or GMAT (700+ for the top 10 and 680+ for the rest) and keep building your profile. Post that, it's all on how you communicate what you have done so far in front of the admissions committee. Also try pushing your CGPA above 8 by the time you complete your graduation. That's something I missed on.

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Prayag_Raj
@Prayag_Raj  ·  31 karma

Neck to neck. Either is fine.

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Profile: Age : 22 10th CBSE: 9/10 12th CBSE: 86% B.Sc. Physical Science (Physics and Mathematics) from Delhi University GPA: (7.5 - 8/10). Expected GRE: 320-330 (Expected) Exam: Top 1000 AIR in IIT JAM ( Physics) 96.02 Percentile (259 rank) JEST Physics Extracurricular : *Cultural president of Delhi University for Session 2017-2018 *President of Physics Department of my College(2018-2019) *Volunteered in NGO activities of my college * Made an startup of interior construction that last 11 month *Found 3 new preliminary asteroid which was added to NASA asteroid database *Expecting to publish research paper in Physics in coming 2-3 month * Other small activities Work Experience : 11 Month as Marketing Manager in small firm (Part Time) I am aiming for MIM, MFA , MIF at LBS, LSE , HEC, ESSEC, EDHEC, ESCP, St. Gallen

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Hello,

I need help with profile evaluation. Am seeking MiM.

10th,12th, Btech, GMAT: 90%, 80%, 62%, 710

Age 25

Two research papers in international journals

Bronze medal in swimming at state-level

Leadership roles at university-level fests

13 months experience with a marketing agency in Kathmandu, dealing with medium and small entreprises, and helping them with digital and conventional marketing solutions: from designing the campaign to launching it and nurturing leads.

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Abhyank.Srinet
@Abhyank.Srinet  ·  30 karma

 

Hey,

You have a fair overall profile. 


  • Your undergrad score is below par for a top school, but it is compensated for by a good GMAT score. Your application needs to be further strengthened with a good overall application, with stellar essays and glowing recommendations, and you have a decent chance of making it to a good school!
  • Make sure to highlight important aspects of your work which showcase your abilities which the schools are looking for. Also do some research on what qualities your target b-schools look for in an applicant.
  • You have good work-ex of 1 yr, which will add value to your application. MiM applicants usually have 0-2 years of work experience, so you are right in the middle of the range. A few schools you can target are HEC Paris, LBS, ESCP Europe and ESSEC. Although highly competitive schools, your good GMAT score, combined with your decent extracurricular activities and research papers published give you a fair chance of making it. YOU need to ensure that your application is holistic and well-made, and especially, your essays will play a major role in determining whether you are the right fit for the school. 


To know how we have helped many other students like you get into LBS, HEC Paris, ESSEC, ESCP Europe and other top b-schools, check out www.mim-essay.com 

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How is LBS MiM program? what is required GMAT score for MiM in LBS

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CrackAdmission
@CrackAdmission  ·  44 karma

LBS MiM program is a very good program for people who have less than 2 years of experience and want to get into a business oriented role at the start of their career. It has a very mix of students from different nationalities and academic backgrounds and attracts some of the best consulting and financial services companies for recruitment.                                                                                                                                 A GMAT score of 680 + with a very well articulated application - including Essays, CV and LOR hold the key to getting admission in the program.                                               Please feel free to reach out to me at arijit.biswas@crackadmission.com /+919701215544 in case you want to get further information.

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Abhyank.Srinet
@Abhyank.Srinet  ·  30 karma

 

Well, LBS is a reputed b-school and the LBS Masters in Management program is one of the most popular in the world & attracts some of the highest performers. It allows you the opportunity to broaden your business skills, balance in-depth theory with practical experience & indulge yourself in the corporate, economic and financial world. There is no doubt that one can benefit extensively from what the school has to offer, some of them are 

  • Networking opportunities with some of the smartest people in the business world. You get a chance to mingle with the MBA students and also leverage the power of the LBS alumni network
  • An amazing reputation for being one of the best business schools in the world, no matter where you go the name LBS is instantly recognizable
  • Access to a number of global corporations. Partly due to the schools strong career services & also due to the excellent location of the school.

LBS MiM Eligibility Criteria

  • Recent graduate (who graduated in 2018 or will graduate in 2019)
  • An individual having less than one year of full-time corporate work experience, or less than two years of experience in a non-traditional business role
  • Graduate in any discipline with a UK 2:1 or above (or are you expected to) this correlates to above average academics in other grading schemes
  • GMAT score 700

Hope, I was able to clear all your doubts.  You can check out this page for a detailed overview of the program

https://www.mim-essay.com/lbs-mim-essays/

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Hi. Could someone please help me with a profile evaluation?

Age: 23

Class 10: 90.00%

Class 12: 88.33% 

Graduation: BBA 3.25/4 from NMIMS Mumbai

GMAT: Not given yet but targeting 700

Work Ex: (total 2.4 years currently)

2016 - 2018: Marketing Executive at a Hospitality firm

2018 - Current: Assistant Manager Marketing & Communication at the same Hospitality firm 

+ 3 short internships during the undergrad program

+ Experience with blogging for fashion, lifestyle, beauty

Management Development Programs in Digital Marketing and Analytics from SPJIMR Mumbai and IIM Bangalore (both in 2018)

DELF A1 and A2 certification (Beginner's French)

Coursera: Brand Management (LBS) and Fashion & Luxury Management (Bocconi) 


Aiming for MBA Marketing/MSc. Marketing at ESSEC, HEC, NUS or Top 30. 


Looking forward. Thanks in Advance! 

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Abhyank.Srinet
@Abhyank.Srinet  ·  30 karma

 

Hey Neha,

You have a fair overall profile. Here are some of the strengths:

  • Your CGPA is decent which shows good academic performance and can be used in your application.
  • Coming to the GMAT, if you are able to score 700+, substantial value would be added to your profile and it can even help you compensate for any profile weaknesses.
  • A total work experience of 2.4 years is an added advantage. Do note that for the MBA, the recommended work experience is around 5 years while work experience for MSc in Marketing depends on the various schools and generally, 2.4 years is good to go.
  • Make sure to highlight the important aspect of your work which showcase your abilities which the schools are looking for. Also do some research on what qualities your target b-schools look for in an applicant.
  • Your skills and extracurricular activity are on positive side so make sure you provide details about them. This will add more value to your application.

To increase your chances to make it to your dream b-school you can visit our website www.mim-essay.com and reach out to us if you need any help.

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HEC Paris is world's number 2 MIM program, replaced from the number 1 spot by St Gallen.


Important to not that France has 25 MIM programs in Top 100 worldwide as per FT while UK has 23. Both are good for Indians.


BUT BUT BUT


Post study visa in the UK is 4 months and in France 24 months


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Profile:

Age : 21

10th CBSE: 9.2/10

12th CBSE: 89.8%

Jee advanced 2015: 99.6 percentile 

BTech.(hons.) Civil engineering from I.I.T(ISM) ,Dhanbad 

GPA: 7.71/10(till 6th sem)

GMAT(first attempt)-650

Training for a month at PWD office 

Work experience - nil

Extracurricular : 

-State level athelete(Mr. Jharkhand 2nd place)

-College powerlifting and bodybuilding champion 

-Mr. IIT (ISM), dhanbad-2018

-Brand ambassador GENX sports nutrition for 1 year

I am aiming for MIM programmes at HEC, ESSEC, EDHEC, LBS & LSE,

i am aiming for a 700 on my next attempt , but what are my chances with current score , and will a 700 score be enough since i have no workex and low GPA .

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I am thinking of going for an mim from top schools in EU but i have heard that international students face a lot of problem in getting a job and they generally have to return back. Is it true??

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Abhyank.Srinet
@Abhyank.Srinet  ·  30 karma

 

Hey there,

MiM is a great degree, and has been one of the best investments of my life.

It is well respected in Europe and has a good scope, but it does not count for anything in India, at this moment.

India has been and will be in love with its IITs & IIM's, and for good reason, they are great institutes. Also with good business students being churned out at a rapid rate from the top 10-15 Indian B-schools, your European degree won't be seen in the same light.

Well.. don’t do an MiM if your plan is to come back to India and join a corporate over here. You will not be considered as an elite business student and most probably would be traded as a tier-2 business school student, and can expect a salary of around 12 LPA.

So that way your ROI goes down the drain.

Maybe in 6 years you'll be able to pay the loan off.

SO before you say chuck MiM, I'm opening my CAT books again..

think it through.

As i mentioned the MiM is pretty well known in Europe and in some countries especially in France is the way to go if you want to end up in any big corporate company may it be Finance, Consulting and so on.

So well what you should do is...

  1. Choose a country where the immigration laws are not that strict, and you have a chance to work for some time before returning home
  2. Work hard while you are doing the MiM, the job market is VERY COMPETITIVE, just because you come from a good school, companies will not be fighting over you. Be proactive, learn new skills, keep gaining experience in a sector relevant to the industry you want to work in. So if you think it'll be a piece of cake think again                 
  3. So last step is, get an internship, convert it into a job and work for around 1-2 years here, gain some relevant international experience & skills at a renowned MNC and return to India like a boss. You will be getting jobs at par, if not better than any IIM grad. Also in the process you would have saved around 30000 euros in the last 2 years. Average starting salary is 45000- 55000 euros. And hence in 2-3 years would be able to pay your loan off.

Do your research well, work hard & you will get a job easily.

So well hope the answer helped. If you need any help you can read our blog for more information regarding mim at https://www.mim-essay.com

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