Nikhil Bhatia

Nikhil Bhatia

Senior Consultant
Anderson School of Management graduate

Nikhil Bhatia

ARINGO clients who worked with Nikhil were admitted to MBA programs at Chicago, Duke, UCLA, Boston U, Foster, Georgetown, Babson.
Nikhil holds an MBA from UCLA Anderson (2008). He was a member of UCLA Anderson’s Student Council and President of the South Asian Business Association (SABA).

While at Anderson, Nikhil played an active role in the students committee, developing orientation programs that help incoming international students adapt to Anderson’s MBA program. As President of SABA, Nikhil advised the admissions office to promote the UCLA Anderson’s Full-Time program to prospective South Asian applicants.

As part of the Entrepreneurship Association’s Vistage and Management Development for Entrepreneurs (MDE) programs, Nikhil met with successful CEO’s and helped them develop business plans to expand their businesses. While at Anderson, Nikhil gained substantial MBA application experience. He has been helping and advising MBA applicants since 2007. Nikhil was especially successful with candidates with low GMAT and GPA, helping some of them get admitted into top 30 MBA programs.

Nikhil holds a BTech. in Electrical Engineering with distinction from Indian Institute of Technology – Banaras Hindu University (IIT-BHU).

Nikhil worked for 4 years as a software engineer at HCL Technologies, and has worked with Symantec Corp as a MBA intern. Post MBA, he worked as Director – Product Management at a startup (Mobile-XL), Sales Director at HCL America, and Business Development Manager at Amazon.

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Clients’ quotes:

Nikhil has been pleasant to work with and very helpful! he has been a very good mentor to me in the admissions process and forced me to work extremely hard on my applications.

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“Your suggestion to work with Nikhil was on spot. Great person to work with. He gave very good suggestions on essays and resume and helped bring them from average information to the best part of the application package.”

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