Have you considered the role your CV plays in your MBA application? Ilana Kowarski, a reporter at US News, weighs in on the importance of work experience before an MBA, and just what type of experience admission teams are looking for.Read more →
So you’ve just about reached your final destination of studying at your dream school. You just need to make that final great impression and seal the deal with the admissions team at the interview. Maria Wich-Vila gives some helpful tips you can use when preparing for the big day.
Maybe you’ve heard the old adage, no two snowflakes are alike. Similarly, each MBA candidate is reviewed as a unique individual—a sum of all their qualities and attributes that make them who they are. Aspects such as character and personality are important, and help a candidate stand out in the application pool. Still, there are some general criteria which the admissions committee follows before they reach that point. Reach Ivy reminds us of the minimum requirements an admission committee expects from an MBA applicant.
It is common knowledge that every business school has a unique approach to processing and assessing applications. Still, there is consensus on critical features which you should include each time regardless of where you are applying to. In this summary of Stacy Blackman’s article, we present the shared aspects MBA admissions teams focus on the most when reviewing a candidate’s application.