The McDonough School at Georgetown University is consistently ranked as one of the world’s top business schools. As part of their global outreach to prospective MBA students, the McDonough School has opened up its high-profile Georgetown Global Forum event held in London on April 17th to candidates interested in studying at the school.
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.
October is here, and it's time for Round 1 deadlines. Now what? To help you answer that question, here's our MBA Application timeline for October. If you are just beginning the MBA application process, it's time to choose the schools you want to go to. For those of you who are sending in your applications this month, it's time to finish up your application form answers and essays.
You've probably read a lot of articles on MBA websites (such as this one), which discuss how MBA admissions officers are looking to create diverse classes. But, what do they mean by diversity? And, how does diversity benefit MBA students?
While it's easy to get caught up in brainstorming essay questions or studying for the GMAT, do not underestimate the importance of your MBA application form. Your answers will determine whether or not you will get into the business school of your choice. Here are some tips that will help you come up with answers that will make a good impression on the MBA admissions committee.
If you are applying to certain business schools, such as MIT’s Sloan School of Management, you may be required to fill out your application online. While an online application can be quicker and more convenient, you still need to be careful. Here are some tips.
The MBA event may be over, but you still need to follow up with admissions officers and reflect upon your experience. Here are some post MBA event tips on how to keep in touch with admissions officers after the event is over and process all the MBA program information you've received.
MBA events are a great way to meet admissions officers and learn more about all of the options that are available to you. Preparing for an MBA event will make the process less stressful, but you there are also things you can do at the event that will help you make a great impression. Here are some tips for MBA event success.
If you can't make a campus visit, MBA events allow you to meet admissions officers without leaving your home turf. Most of the admissions officers at MBA Events are decision makers, and if you make a good impression they may contact you after receiving your application. Meeting an admissions officer at an event may sound nerve-wracking, but it will be much easier if you've done your homework ahead of time.
Are you an MBA applicant? Do you live in the NYC, Washington DC, LA, San Francisco or Toronto areas? If so, you should check out QS Connect 1-2-1, a free event where you can meet one-on-one with MBA admissions officers.