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Georgetown / McDonough School of Business Essay Topics 2010-2011

For interested applicants, the Georgetown/McDonough School of Business essay topics for the 2010-2011 application season are as follows:

Essay 1 (750 words):
A) What position do you plan to obtain upon graduation from the MBA program? Please include both industry and function in your explanation.
B) How will the combination of your past experiences and the Georgetown MBA position you for this new opportunity?
C) Please describe how you envision your career progression beyond your initial post-MBA position.

Essay 2 (750 words):
A) What does leadership mean to you? What are the personal characteristics and skills required to be an effective leader?
B) Provide a specific example of when you demonstrated leadership skills. Describe a challenge that you faced and the results that you achieved.
C) What areas do you wish to develop in order to become a more effective leader?

Essay 3 (750 words):
How will your classmates benefit from your presence in the Georgetown MBA program?

Essay 4 (250 words):
A) Please provide a bulleted list of your post-undergraduate involvement in the community. Indicate the nature of the activity or organization, dates of involvement, offices held, and average number of hours spent each month.
B) What motivates you to continue contributing to the community?

More information about the essays, as well as the school’s deadlines and application process, visit McDonough’s admissions site.

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