Hi all, I've been on this forum for awhile and this is my first post, hope you guys could provide some advice.
I'm currently a Structural Engineer doing seismic consulting work for the biggest Engineering firm in NZ (data grinding, modelling, churning out report and presentation for clients aka the nerd job). I'm based in Singapore, graduated from NUS (GPA 3.4, Civil Engineering, GMAT 750 and has an Australian PR. My plan is to take up an MBA in Aussie and transition into MC, since having a PR would help with employment (I guess? Maybe I'm wrong).
My question is, do I stand a chance at all for McK (BA position) if I were to take up an MBA in Australia? ( specifically Capital and Infrastructure Projects department) I believe my technical experience would be relevant to part of their works. However, MBAs in Australia are not that well ranked to be honest, so I'm not sure whether having a local MBA would be an advantage or disadvantage to McK process.
Also, Melbourne Bschool or AGSM? If anyone is familiar
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!