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.
School fit is all about making sure you apply to MBA programs that meet your specific needs, goals, and personality. The school research process enables you to build a focused and convincing application for admission. But how can you make the most of step one – school selection?
A successful business school application requires exemplary preparation because you will be competing against hundreds of other applicants. The importance of this cannot be overstated. Plan everything meticulously and then your uniqueness, professionalism, past achievements, potential and authenticity will stand out throughout. Getting caught unprepared somewhere along the way is the worst scenario.