I had an alum interview about a month ago. I e-mailed all three alumni in my initial list and went with the person that responded the quickest and had the most flexibility. This interview was very relaxed and much more laid back than any of my other business school interviews.... Read more »
I wanted to share because my interview was way more intense than anything I’d read about. I had heard that NYU Stern interviews were laid back and more conversational than at other schools but my interview was nothing like that. Questions were very behavioral in nature and I felt a... Read more »
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Welcome back to Wiki Wednesdays, in which we highlight the latest MBA interview reports that applicants have added to the Clear Admit Wiki! We’ve continued to receive a steady stream of interview reports this past week, including accounts of interviews at UCLA / Anderson, Chicago / Booth, Harvard Business School... Read more »
Had my R2 Stanford interview in mid-February with an alum. Questions were pretty straightforward. These may not be the exact words as I can’t remember the questions verbatim, but these were the general themes/topics addressed: Walk me through your resume Why MBA / Why now Why Stanford Tell me about... Read more »
I was interviewed by a member of the admissions committee and it was not blind. The interviewer had reviewed my application prior to the interview and was aware of all of the aspects of my application. The interview was conversational and friendly in tone. The questions I was asked: Walk... Read more »
Initial registration for spring class visits and information sessions at the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) opened today, according to a post on the school’s MBA admissions blog. Information sessions will begin on Monday, March 28th, and class visits will being on Thursday, April 7th. And for the first... Read more »
Adcom guy was nice and had me take a few breaths at the beginning to calm down (even though I wasn’t nervous). The location was in New York and the location was not a private room which I had been expecting, it was around a lot of other people which... Read more »
Several top business schools have partnered with law schools in recent months to announce new joint programs that offer alternatives to the traditional four-year JD/MBA, the Graduate Management Admissions Council reports. For example, Columbia Business School and Columbia Law School this September will launch a new three-year JD/MBA program, in... Read more »
It’s time again for Trivia Tuesday, our weekly look at the programs, resources and opportunities that differentiate the leading business schools. Today we take a peek into the Clear Admit School Guide to the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, and share an excerpt on the... Read more »
I completed my interview with an alum in Bangalore at a local coffee-shop, was very casual, and we spent a significant amount of time chatting about his MBA experience at Ross. Main questions: Walk me through your resume Why Ross Why an MBA now Describe your key learnings in the... Read more »
Just interviewed at Ross on Friday. Very conversational, though others said they have very regimented interviews. It was with a second year student (as were all the others). The room is very small, so be prepared for that, but the whole thing was laid back. My interview lasted 45 minutes.... Read more »
interview was pretty straight forward your resume/job what is your hobby why kellogg why now any difficulty during your work experience/challenge difficulty in getting people to follow you do you have any other questions do you have anything else to say?
This week we’re learning about career services at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. We had a great interview with Sheryle Dirks, associate dean of career management, who leads Fuqua’s Career Management Center (CMC). Dirks has been at Fuqua since 1998 and in her current role as associate dean since... Read more »
The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania will add several short-term classes in countries overseas, including China, Israel and South Africa, and offer new concentrations in global finance and management, according to a Wall Street Journal article earlier this month. Wharton’s move toward greater global offerings is part of... Read more »
Though many business school applicants know exactly what they want to do – and how much they hope to make – after they graduate from an MBA program, a surprising number apply to school without thinking about how they’ll pay for this expensive degree. While some students do foot the... Read more »