Saturday, August 18, 2018 from 9am to 7pm (PDT) The Diversity MBA Admissions Conference (DMAC) is an annual event in Los Angeles that connects top-tier business schools with talented, diverse and underrepresented candidates who wish to pursue a business degree. The conference allows attendees to interact directly with Admissions Officers from the country’s top business […]
For many MBA candidates, one of the most challenging questions to answer in the interview is the dreaded, ‘So what other schools are you applying to?’ Or some variation on that theme.
As the former Associate Director of Admissions at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, I’ve had many conversations with current students and alumni on what they valued most about their time at Duke. Their responses largely revolve around three themes: the culture, the experience, and the people.
Applying to CBS or Chicago? Erin Hale and Faisal Khan delivered fantastic advice on how to separate yourself from the finance industry herd. Watch this actionable webinar now!
Chicago has retired its classic “Who Are You?” essay, which defined the Booth application for 7 years. The new 2015 prompt asks you to choose from among sixteen iconic images and describe why the Booth community is the right fit for you. Here is specific advice on how to approach this new essay and convincingly demonstrate your fit with the program.
Poets & Quants recently surveyed top admissions consultants to find out who’s winning the MBA student talent wars. MBA Prep School co-founder Chris Aitken provided some insights into why Stanford has been beating Harvard Business School for the most elite “dual admit” candidates.