With many of the Round 1 deadlines behind us, you are probably gearing up for the MBA interviews. We have put together an infographic that focuses on key things to keep in mind when interviewing at Stanford, Wharton and Harvard. We hope you find this helpful. If you need help preparing for your b-school interview, let us know.
If you’re applying to Stanford’s MBA program straight out of school, you can request deferred enrollment in order to gain work experience.
Like Harvard’s 2+2 program, Stanford’s deferred enrollment MBA program is a way of getting your foot in the door at a top B-school before you have significant work experience. To be eligible, you need to be finishing an undergrad program…Read More
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According to GMAC’s 2016 Application Trends Survey, specialized graduate businesses programs are gaining ground on MBAs in the United States although European MBA programs are still growing in popularity.
The results suggest that in a competitive job market, many business school hopefuls are looking to specialized degrees, highly-ranked MBAs and programs that can be completed quickly to get an edge.
While the…Read More
Along with its new MBA class, Yale School of Management has welcomed a smaller group of 63 people to campus. Representing 26 countries, this highly international cohort is Yale SOM’s Master of Advanced Management, or MAM, Class of 2017.
Yale’s MAM is an advanced degree with a global emphasis, designed for MBA graduates from the 25-school Global Network for…Read More
A Master in Finance, or MiF, is a common degree for people who want something more specialized than an MBA. MiF programs offer a more focused experience that can create an efficient path to a career in finance.
If you’re considering a Master in Finance or getting ready to apply for one, here are some things to know about the application process.
In May, Yale’s Silver Scholars program celebrated its 15th year and its 100th graduate. Silver Scholars is a way for graduating seniors to apply to Yale School of Management’s MBA program straight out of college.
Unlike Harvard 2+2 and Stanford’s deferred enrollment program for college seniors, Silver Scholars brings admitted students to campus to begin their studies immediately.
Instead of deferring enrollment to…Read More
Last month, University of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business welcomed a cohort of 252 MBA students to campus with Week Zero, a series of orientation activities. Small by top B-school standards, the class was drawn from a pool of 4,031 applications.
Haas’s Week Zero included one day devoted to each of the school’s Defining Principles: Question the…Read More