Posted by John on 11/15/19 4:16am
Here is my profile:
-Bachelor's degree in a TOP 5 European business school with a decent GPA (80th percentile)-Part of a very big finance association - organized case competitions in the US-Speak fluent English and French, decent in Spanish and Chinese (I'm French citizen btw)-Studied in the US and France for high school-Two Investment banking internships in Shanghai
HOWEVERGMAT score: 580...
Honestly, I think my background is ok but my GMAT score is just too bad...So, I'm planning to go back to France for my Master's and I would like to know if I have my chances for ESSEC or ESCP MiM... I don't think I have my chances for HEC tbh..A firned of mine, with a similar international background, got accepted to ESCP (through Joint a school in France) with the same GMAT score so maybe I have my chances...
Just what are your thoughts.
PS: My plan B in Rotterdam School of Management Master's im Finance and Investment, I'm already accepted. That's a solid back up plan, but as I maybe want to start my career in France, I think I should go for a French school.
Posted by thomas.graf on 11/15/19 6:23pm
for you, my best advice is: Read carefully the entry criteria and weights of your favorite business schools in my survey The MIM Entry Requirements. This gives you a profound understanding of what will be expected from you to get in.
By Thomas GrafAuthor of the MIM eBook
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