When it comes to impressing the MBA admissions committees, it’s actually not about you…it’s about them.
There are three keys to every successful MBA application. You need to leverage them as you attempt to put your best foot forward.
Tippie School of business at University of Iowa closed its doors last month for full time MBA students after 160 years. Will your target b-school be next?
When applying to business school, there are essentially only four questions you must answer.
We’re only a few weeks away from some major 2019 MBA application release dates. Perhaps you should start the process with a time out?
Resumes have become so wrote that they garner very little consideration. But for business school applications, you must take control back over this important tool if you want to make the best impression.
There’s so much you must do to impress the admissions committee, but above all, it’s your work experience which makes the biggest impression.
Maya Angelou once said people don’t remember what you say, they remember how you made them feel. When writing essays for business school, it’s important to use stories to achieve this.
Your whole life you have probably heard the battle cry, “Failure is not an option.” When it comes to MBA applications, however, it certainly is.
When choosing an MBA program, finances are often a consideration. Qualifying as an in-state student can sometimes save a ton.
If you are a typical MBA applicant, you are ambitious, hard-charging and busy as a beaver. Just remember when you apply that it’s not all about work achievements.
Picking the right recommender for your b-school application is probably the most important decision you make.
Lots of planning goes into business school applications. Even more goes into your actual return to graduate school. But what if you don’t get in?
If paying for your MBA is giving you sleepless nights, why not just get yours for free?
If you’re going back to business school, you’re probably also calculating how to pay for it.
So much work goes into applying to b-school, that most people don’t stop to think about the 8-12 months between getting in and going back.
If you are 22-37 years old, congratulations, you’re a Millennial. You also happen to be in the sweet spot for returning for your MBA.
Demonstrating leadership is one of the most critical things you must do if you want to impress the MBA adcoms. But what if you don’t have a position of leadership at work?
Whether it’s toothpaste, eyeglasses, or laptop computers, the modern marketplace is all about consumer choice. This has also made it to graduate schools of business.