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Hi! I am so happy about the offers I received for the - St. Gallen SIM( 2 years - consulting oriented - great international experience - no Supply Chain Management related electives ), - RSM MiM (1 year - international exchange opportunities - more generic), - ETH MTEC - MSc in Management, Technology, and Economics ( 2 years - generic courses with some technical courses - great SCM related chair - no international exchange opportunities) However, I cannot decide which of them constitutes the best choice for me. I would deeply appreciate any thoughts on any of these programs. My profi
Profile Evaluation for fall 2019: GRE: 309 GPA: 8.51 (National Institute of Technology) TOEFL: 100 Research Internships: 1) Mitacs Globalink research internship, Canada 2) National University of Singapore Publications: 5 research papers presented in international IEEE conferences. 3 good LoRs Decent SOP Good extra circular activities Hoping to pursue MS in Electrical Engineering. Could you guys please suggest me ambitious, moderate and safe Universities in USA/ canada/ europe based on my profile?