August 28, 2020
Over the next three weeks, Round 1 deadlines for many of the top schools will start piling up. Applications for UVA Darden, Harvard Business School, INSEAD, London Business School, Michigan Ross, Stanford GSB, Wharton, Yale SOM, and Northwestern Kellogg are all due, at the latest, by September 16th. Those for Chicago Booth and Berkeley Haas are due the following week.
June 1, 2020
If you intend to submit business school applications in Round 1, you have 100 days (possibly fewer) until the first deadlines. Add these tasks to your June pre-MBA To Do list.
April 9, 2020
During these uncertain times, many are doing a great deal of self-reflection and thinking about what comes next. If business school is possibly in your future, take some time between Netflix binges and Zoom happy hours to prepare for submitting your Round 1 applications this fall. Here are seven things you can be doing now.
March 30, 2020
If ever there was a year when MBA programs completely understand why you have not visited their school, this is the year. Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, it will be very difficult for most applicants to visit an MBA program between now and Round 1 deadlines. Naturally this is not great news…but let’s look…
September 28, 2019
International applications to U.S. MBA programs declined 10% from 2017-18 according to the Graduate Management Admission Council, a big part of why overall applications have declined the past few years. Fewer international students are applying because the recent visa restrictions have limited those students to working only one year in the U.S. after graduation. One…
May 22, 2019
*** This post shares deadlines and essays from a past admissions cycle. Click here to view our collection of required essay prompts for the 2020-2021 admissions season and visit our Application Deadlines page for important dates. *** The schools are listed in the order they appear on US News & World Report’s 2020 Best Business…
April 14, 2019
As a prospective MBA applicant, you’re likely getting a lot of emails in your inbox from MBA programs inviting you to information sessions, webinars and MBA tours. Depending on where you are in the application process (just exploring versus applying this year), you may have different goals for the event. It’s important to engage with…
March 15, 2019
As a prospective MBA applicant, you’re likely getting a lot of emails in your inbox inviting you to MBA fairs or tours in your city. These events gather together admissions officers, deans and alumni from dozens of top MBA programs so applicants can learn about a large number of schools in one afternoon or evening….
January 12, 2019
NYU Stern is a leading business school located right in the heart of Manhattan in New York City. Along with its full-time MBA program, the school also offers part-time and Executive MBA options. Stern is widely recognized for its collaborative student community and emphasis on developing students’ academic and emotional intelligence, as well as for its large menu of elective course offerings. In addition, Stern’s New York City location helps position it as a popular business school for students aiming to secure post-MBA positions in finance.
September 21, 2018
For most qualified MBA applicants, the difference between getting accepted or getting dinged usually comes down to a compelling Personal Statement. There is no denying that solid numbers can help your application be considered – but it definitely does not guarantee acceptance. While a 500 GMAT or a 2.5 GPA will most likely raise the…
September 18, 2018
Many people are intimidated by the prestige of Harvard – the worldwide reputation, internationally known professors, beautiful campus with manicured lawns – but once students settle in to the HBS experience along with hundreds of diverse peers from around the world, it just feels like the perfect place to earn your MBA.
September 17, 2018
Chicago Booth’s Full-Time MBA Program features a highly flexible curriculum, allowing students to take courses suited to their own interests and career goals. No specific courses are required — only categories of courses that must be met:
Functions, Management, and Business Environment
LEAD – Leadership Exploration and Development