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.
The world has become a very different place since the first students enrolled in Harvard's MBA program back in 1908. Women were not admitted into the program until the early 1960s, and in the 40s international student population used to include citizens of Hawaii and Alaska. The following facts and statistics show how the student population at Harvard Business School has changed in the 100+ years since the school was founded in 1908.
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.
Are you an MBA applicant who will be in the NYC area on September 15? If so, you should come to our awesome MBA event to kick-off Top MBA Connect NYC. This free event will take place at the Warwick Hotel on Saturday, September 15 from 9 am to 1 pm.
MBA admissions officers look for candidates with international experience, because it shows that they have international exposure and are capable of thinking from a global perspective. An MBA program made up of students with different international experiences also make for a better and more diverse classroom experience. Read on to learn how to showcase your international experience on your MBA application, as well as how to gain more international experience.
You have probably heard that entrepreneurship has been on the rise since the great recession of 2008, but do you know how many new businesses are created each year or the challenges those businesses face? Read on to find the answers to those questions and more in the Entrepreneurship Statistics edition of MBA Friday Facts.
Chris Darden has spent the last two years working at Homeland Security managing a $400 million IT project designed to reduce technological costs while also quickening response capabilities and coordination among Emergency Response Officials. He also serves on the West Virginia Air National Guard as a Navigator on the C-130H3 aircraft. He earned his MBA from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College in 2010. In this interview, Darden discusses how his MBA and military background have helped him in his current position and provides advice for veterans who are considering getting an MBA.
Business schools want students who are leaders, which is why you will be asked about your leadership experience. Most schools require you to describe your leadership experience in an essay, but you may also have to mention it in an interview or another part of the application. Read on to learn how to come up with ways to brainstorm leadership essay material and gain additional leadership experience.