MBA DecisionWire Spotlight: Applying to Business School for the Non Profit Sector
In this week’s MBA DecisionWire Spotlight, which recounts MBA candidates’ choices as shared in Clear Admit’s DecisionWire, we’re setting the spotlight on a candidate choosing a business school for the non profit sector. We take a closer look at a post from a candidate considering Cornell / Johnson, Georgetown / McDonough, or NYU Stern. Read on for more details about the applicant’s background.
Initial feedback turned to Johnson:
The original poster then returned:
Then, Clear Admit’s resident expert, Alex Brown, offered his perspective:
A current Johnson student chimed in with support:
Another community member wrapped up the thread with a vote for D.C.:
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