March Madness takes on a whole new meaning when you get rejected from your target MBA program. Instead of being angry, however, try to learn more about why you weren’t accepted.
The MBA application process is unique amongst all other graduate degrees in that it requires several years of post-undergrad work experience. The road you take after you graduate college, therefore is critical if you want to make the best impression.
Clients often ask about getting additional Masters Degrees before applying to business school for an MBA. Here’s the low-down on filling in your academic pedigree.
Starting out on your MBA application journey will expose you to a myriad of contacts. Make sure you are remaining connected to all of them.
Nervous about applying to your favorite business school? Don’t you wish you could have a practice run? Maybe you can.
The year is off to a roaring start---is this also the year you get into b-school? Depends on how you manage your time.
One of the most complicated decisions about business school applications is simply when to go back.
You would certainly hire a lawyer to help you in a legal case or a doctor to help you with your medical condition. Why would you not seek professional help to get into business school?
Interviewing with your target MBA program is a real privilege, so preparing adequately is critical. When it comes time for you to ask the questions, however, will you be ready?
What makes you special? If you’re in the market for an MBA, you’d better begin thinking about this question if you want to get an offer.
Round three is not for the faint of heart. Often considered the most competitive, surviving round three takes fortitude.
By now, you may know that applications are down this year for most business schools. Are you taking advantage of the dip?
It’s no secret that business schools like to matriculate veterans. If you have military service on your resume, however, are you leveraging it to maximize your odds of admission?
Have you received the email yet? You know, the one inviting you to come interview at your target MBA program? It’s the best feeling ever, right? Then the terror sinks in.
We’re only two weeks into the new year. How are those resolutions working out?
There’s never a shortage of tips if you’re looking to ace your MBA interview. The most important tip of all, however, is to do your interview in person.
Not all business schools allow visitors to sit in on a class, but if they do, it’s a great way to sample the wares. Just make sure you don’t make the wrong impression as you participate.
Applying to business school is hard. It’s not as hard as business school itself, but it definitely taps your dedication early in the process. And this time of year is a tough time to test your meddle.