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.
While extracurricular activities are sometimes overlooked, they can make the difference between who is accepted and who isn't. Business school admissions officers aren't just looking for someone who's a fit for their program, they are also looking for someone who will contribute to campus life. What sorts of extracurricular activities are admissions officers looking for? Read on to find out.
Not only there are more companies looking to employ military MBAs, but there are also significant benefits for veterans who get their MBA degree. Read on for expert information about the jobs available to military MBAs as well as advice on how to decide if an MBA is right for you.
A lot has already been said about the new Harvard Business School application. It is a big departure from what we have seen in the past, and the news is rocking the MBA admissions world. Here are a few more thoughts:
Your resume is usually the first part of your MBA application that an admissions officer looks at, because it summarizes your work background, skills and abilities. It's important to make a good first impression, so here's some information on how to write a stellar MBA application resume.
The most important thing you need to know about applying for your MBA is that you should get started on your application as soon as possible. Most Business schools have 2 to 3 application deadlines. It's important to be among the first to apply before all the good spots are taken. You should know about the type of admissions process used by your top choice, so you can develop the best application strategy possible. There are two types of MBA admissions: