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I am a young Indian man who has lived in Virginia for many years; international business affairs dominate my consciousness. And when I think of business, it is from the international perspective. Management is my spirituality, and our new global village market is where I look forward to spending the next half century. I live for development: a calm, cool, collected pragmatist who believes in the business creed, even precisely in humanitarian terms. I see contributing to economic development as my central quest in life, in part, because I see it as the best way for us to go about mitigating the suffering that occurs as a result of poverty and underdevelopment. My native India, of course, where I spent much of my life, is an excellent example of a country that can have at once such enormous suffering for the most poor; yet, at the same time, such great hope, since India is synonymous with burgeoning in fact exploding economic potential as a developing country. I ask to be accepted to your program at Georgetown so that I may be able to have a most active role in the promotion and development of international economic bonds especially between India and the United States.
I am applying only to the IEMBA Program at the XXXX School of Business because it is the only school that specifically offers what I want most: an intense, central focus on managing international business. I am also highly attracted to the fact that your program offers possibilities for international residency positions. While I happen to be currently employed by XXXX University, this is not the reason why I want to attend your program. The reverse is more accurately the case; I applied for a professional position at the location of the MBA Program that I have most admired for several years. I am an addict for management ideas. I confess that management theory, ideas, potential, etc., often occupy my mind even in my free time. And I think that this profound passion will serve me well, first as a graduate student and then as player in the international arena. Heretofore, my special interest has been in IT, especially in the area of medical research and I currently serve as a consultant to an overseas Indian firm that specializes in hospital information management systems.
This firm has clients in Cyprus and Singapore in addition to India. I am in the process of helping them to expand their operations to North America. As an Asian business specialist, I take great pride in being an advocate for both Asia and North America. I am very pleased to live at a time when we are seeing such great cooperation in the business world, especially between Asia and America, and it is here that I find my greatest joy.
I want very much to become part of the community of learners and leaders at the XXXX School of Business because of my inspiration as a global citizen, someone who has cast his lot with open trade and labor ideology, building upon the mutual strength of the world's great economies, learning to share, collaborate, and grow together. I especially look forward to doing research in the areas of outsourcing, the protection of American jobs, the balance between H1-B vs. American workers and the way that all of this is related to ongoing developments in Internet technology. I want to thank you for your consideration of my application.