Cambridge has had some people involved in those areas. If you want to do qualitative research/field work it’s really important you consider this in the schools you choose.
Ivey may be another one to consider
Done Bachelors in Agriculture Science 2009 – Banaras Hindu University, India.
MBA 2011 GPA - 70%
Areas of interest: Development & Poverty alleviation
Research Experience: In total three internship segments of 7 weeks each during MBA involving field data collection and analysis.
Teaching Experience: Guided internship segments of more than 100 graduates. Co-evaluator for 35 graduate students for 1 semester field work.
Work Experience: Total 7 year.
Initial 3 years with World Bank project on Poverty alleviation through social enterprises and women empowerment. Followed by 3 years in CSR and Rehabilitation & Resettlement implementation programs and one year with Corporate Planning wing of largest coal producer of the world.
Concentration Applying to: Strategy/Management
Number of programs planned to apply to: 10-12 universities
MIT, Booth, Johnson Cornell, INSEAD, Kellogg
Questions or concerns you have about your profile?
Applying for 2020 program, I am strongly inclined towards programs that are passionate about research in sustainability of business in long term through environment and social responsible actions.
Any additional specific questions you may have:
Absence of strong research experience and publication can be a deterrent for my application ?
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