Business schools receive thousands of applications every year of which only a small percentage receive an invitation to an MBA admission interview. If you receive such, it’s a sign that the business school is curious about you and would like to get to know you better. It is then up to you to turn that interest into an offer.
The Master’s admission interview can seem like the last step before admission, but it is the first to mark you out as a potentially desirable recruit. So desirable, that you can even get a scholarship offer.
There’s no reason to stress over a simple conversation about yourself. With a bit of practice, your confidence and positive qualities will shine through to the admissions committee, as they get to know the real you: the motivated, successful MBA student. Veritas Prep shares the types of questions you will most likely hear in your MBA admission interview.