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I am unsure of which universities to consider for MIM programs.
I hope this message finds you well. I am currently in the process of researching Master's in Management (MIM) programs and would like to seek your advice on which universities would be a good fit for my qualifications. To provide you with a little background about myself, I have completed two internships in marketing and sales and video editing, respectively, both for a month each. I have also received a letter of recommendation (LOR) from my video editing internship. Currently, I am pursuing two NGO internships simultaneously, one in data science and the other in social entrepreneurship. Additionally, I am eligible to receive a 6-month internship certificate upon completion of these internships. However, I do have two backlogs, and I have completed one, while the other is still in an active state. My SGPA till my 2nd year is below 7. Given these qualifications, I am unsure of which universities to consider for MIM programs. Therefore, I would like to hear your opinions and recommendations. Any advice or insight you can provide would be greatly appreciated. #MIM #masters #managementstudies #management #universityshortlisting #universityselection
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Firstly it's based on which year you are planning to apply. If it's for 2023, then you are late buddy. But if it's for 2024 then take the job offer, work and apply for next year. A good way to compensate for the grades is by having good work experience ( i would say 1-2 solid years). So your best strategy right now I would say is take the job and parallely start applying to colleges See more
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