You've prepared what you will say, written out questions and gotten to the interview on time. Now comes the stressful part, the actual MBA interview. Here are some things you should avoid doing if you want to make a good impression on your interviewer.
Management consulting is one of the most popular career paths for MBAs. How much does a Management Consultant make? Where are the consulting jobs? Find out in our consulting edition of MBA Friday Facts.
Most MBA interviews are invite only these days. So, if you are called in for an interview, the good news is that school is already interested in you. That doesn't mean you should sit on your laurels though, since only 40% to 60% of MBA interviewees are actually accepted (per Poets & Quants). That's why you need to study up on what MBA interview mistakes you should avoid.
If you are seeking an MBA that will expose you to international opportunities, there are a vast array of ways to do so. The following are just some of the ways that an MBA can provide global experiences.
Innovation… Disruptive innovation… these are words that nowadays no organization can afford to ignore. We live in a world, where technology is changing rapidly, new and more advanced products and services are developed continuously. In module 4, we (MBA students of ESMT) we were given an opportunity to choose between technology track and sustainability track. Having chosen mostly technology related courses, I had a chance to participate in courses like “Technology strategy and product creation”, “Bringing technology to market” and “Managing technological innovation”.