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How to Apply for an MBA If You Are Working Full-Time

How to Apply for an MBA If You Are Working Full-Time

We sat down with Dawn, an ambitious MBA student from the Philippines, to discuss how she decided to apply for an MBA degree in the UK. She also shared her insights on how an MBA degree could help those seeking better career options. Dawn also gave some very practical advice for candidates applying to MBA programs abroad. To learn more, read the entire interview.

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Consistency is Key When Applying for The Best Business Schools

We met Murad, an MBA candidate, who told us how and why he decided to pursue an MBA degree. He also shared invaluable tips when applying for the best business schools around the world. Finally, Murad explained his strategy for his GRE preparation. Get to know him better by reading the conversation we had during the Access MBA event in Sofia on May 11, 2019.

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How to Get Successfully Admitted to EADA’s MBA and EMBA Programs (Podcast)

What is the ideal candidate for the EADA MBA and EMBA programs? What qualities are the school looking for when it screens applicants? In this episode, Laetitia Rella, Admissions Manager at EADA Business School, discusses the benefits of the EADA MBA and EMBA programs, and how you can develop your leadership potential. You will also learn which program is the best fit for you at this stage.

  • Candidates should ask as many questions as possible during their interview. It shows that applicants have researched the program and the school, and they identify with the business school. Asking questions during the interview shows proactiveness and a willingness to be part of a certain program.
  • Lack of self-awareness is one of the many misjudgments prospects make. Another very common mistake is to neglect to mention personal shortcomings in terms of soft skills, and how one can overcome them.
  • EADA have a variety of scholarship options with different recipient criteria, mostly based on your GPA and GMAT scores. Laetitia adds:

A candidate is not only a GPA or a GMAT score. A candidate is a leadership, a potential, what you’ve done in your career, your international exposure. All those things would be taken into consideration during the admissions’ process, and during the scholarship.