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Last Updated Mar 4, 2019 by

Podcast Episode 31: Waitlisted in R1? It’s Not Too Late to Increase Your Odds of Getting In

Unlike the black and white decisions some candidates have received in recent weeks—the coveted acceptances and the less popular rejections—we know many of you find yourselves in a murky gray area called the waitlist.  It may not feel like there’s much time left to change your fate in Round 1,... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 18, 2019 by

Podcast Episode 29: Wharton Team-Based Discussions (TBD)

In this episode, your hosts Alex Brown and Graham Richmond break down Wharton’s group interview – the ‘Team Based Discussion’ (TBD) – and offer a wealth of tips and background to help applicants ace their Wharton admissions interview. Ranging from the history and purpose of the TBD to the specifics... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 14, 2019 by

Real Humans of Carnegie Mellon Tepper’s MBA Class of 2020

Pittsburgh is a city of confluence, intersected by three rivers—the Ohio, Alleghany, and Monongahela. As the city’s hills rise away from these three mighty bodies of water, the various streams of Pittsburgh life merge—the artistic culture of Pittsburgh with its industrial past and its technological future. One of the places... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 11, 2019 by

Real Humans of Emory Goizueta’s MBA Class of 2020

Long the hub of the South, Atlanta has been rapidly gaining national prominence due to the rise of its homegrown rap scene and its booming media economy, anchored by firms such as Turner and Tyler Perry Studios. Long before Atlanta became a music and media hub, Atlanta was—and remains—a major... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 6, 2019 by

Kellogg MBA Students Choose Best 2019 Super Bowl Ads

There’s no doubt that commercials were the star of Super Bowl LIII. The game certainly wasn’t the most thrilling. So the question is, what was the best ad of the 2019 Super Bowl? To get to the bottom of the question, a panel of Northwestern Kellogg MBA students got together... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 25, 2019 by

More from HBS: Round 2 MBA Interview Invites Update

As promised, Chad Losee, Harvard Business School (HBS) managing director of MBA admissions and financial aid, took to his blog to share more about the logistics of the interview process for Round 2. So, what can you expect in the coming week?  Here’s a quick view of important dates and details Losee shared: January 28th,... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 24, 2019 by

Wharton Talks Brexit Options Moving Forward

When British Prime Minister Theresa May submitted her Brexit plan to the House of Commons, it was summarily shut down hard with a vote of 432-202 against—the most robust rejection in history. A day later, the government barely survived a no-confidence motion (325 votes against, 306 for). There’s another Brexit... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 22, 2019 by

A Conversation with Kirsten Moss of Stanford GSB

Clear Admit recently sat down with Kirsten Moss, who leads MBA admissions at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Our conversation was both insightful and incredibly wide-ranging–covering topics like leadership, application essays, admissions interviews, and financial aid. What follows is the transcript of our conversation. Moss starts by covering the importance... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 17, 2019 by

Admissions Director Q&A: Bruce DelMonico of the Yale School of Management

Yale School of Management (SOM) Admissions Director Bruce DelMonico has been leading the charge at the New Haven business school since 2006.  This past summer, Clear Admit’s Jeanette Brown had an enlightening conversation with the admissions gatekeeper.  Read on for more about the ins and outs of admissions at Yale... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 14, 2019 by

Real Humans of UNC Kenan-Flagler’s MBA Class of 2020

The Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill is celebrating its 100th birthday this week. Through the decades of development and evolution in business education, the school has grown in tandem with its core values of excellence, leadership, integrity, community and teamwork. Over 4,000 alumni enjoy careers... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 10, 2019 by

Admissions Director Q&A: Judi Byers of Cornell University’s S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management

Clear Admit is delighted to share admissions insights from Judi Byers, the Executive Director of Admissions & Financial Aid at Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management. This past summer, Clear Admit’s Jeanette Brown had an enlightening conversation with Byers.  Read on for more about the ins and outs of admissions at Johnson,... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 7, 2019 by

Entrepreneurship and the Zell Lurie Institute at Michigan / Ross

Clear Admit recently spoke with Stewart Thornhill, executive director of the Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies at Michigan / Ross. Our conversation was both insightful and in-depth, digging into details of entrepreneurial offerings at Ross and also covering the general value of entrepreneurship.  Whether you’re launching your own company or... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 3, 2019 by

Admissions Director Q&A: Morgan Bernstein of UC Berkeley / Haas

Clear Admit is delighted to share admissions insights from Morgan Bernstein, the Executive Director of Full-time MBA Admissions at UC Berkeley / Haas.  Bernstein was part of the admissions team for five years before stepping into her current role, and she knows things from the other side as well. A... Read more »

Last Updated Dec 31, 2018 by

Real Humans of Rochester Simon’s MBA Class of 2020

The University of Rochester’s Simon Business School has risen to prominence recently as the first U.S. business school to receive STEM designation for its full-time MBA program. Alongside a STEM-designated option, Simon places emphasis on experiential learning. Students are required to take a project-based consulting course, during which they work in... Read more »

Last Updated Dec 24, 2018 by

Harvard Business School Explains the Need to Nurture Free Trade

While global free trade is clearly a good idea and necessary to our ultimate success, it’s important to remember that it’s not the natural order of things. It needs to be nurtured, tended, and maintained over time to survive. To get a better idea of what this looks like, Harvard... Read more »

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