Getting Into a Top MBA Program – Yellow Editor Podcast #1

Yellow Editor Podcast

Getting Into a Top MBA Program – Yellow Editor Podcast #1

 
 
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In this episode:

What is the ultimate guide of getting accepted into a top-ranked Business School? What distinguishes one candidate from the others? What is the admission committee really looking at? Experienced EssayEdge editor Valerie, who has been editing for EssayEdge since 2009, shares tips on how to apply to the MBA program.

Podcast Notes:

An MBA program is designed for both students who are longing to start the business career and the already established individuals. MBA program helps one to dive into the current business world. However, choosing the best program is a very crucial decision. A degree at a leading business school is incredibly valuable and pays for itself in four years. Forbes has a number of top MBA schools that hold their positions, and they are Stanford’s Graduate school of business, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Harvard Business School, Wharton, Northwestern Kellogg, MIT Sloan, and Columbia Business School.

Deciding to study an MBA degree is a very significant step. There are a lot of benefits an MBA program can give you, and they are:

  • Strategic thinking
  • Better communication
  • Self-discipline
  • Better time-management
  • More job opportunities
  • Higher-income

MBA programs choose students with high academic performance. However, it is not the only factor. Business Schools are looking for students with the leadership skills required to succeed in business. Interpersonal skills and intellectual aptitude are also at the bottom of the list.

We’re really looking for focus, for people who really do have a sense of where they’re headed. That’s very, very important! People who cannot fully define their short- and long-term goals (although they may not know the specific job) are probably not ready to apply to a business program. We need to know those goals to determine whether the applicants are realistic and whether Columbia is going to be able to help them reach those goals.” — Columbia Business School

So, you are in the process of applying to your dream university, but you feel you lack English fluency and proficiency. You are captivated with fear that your “pretty far from perfect” command of English will prevent you from becoming a student of your number one university. With the levels of competition for admission to MBA programs, you’ll want to make sure that your application stands ahead.

Listen to our podcast and become one step closer to your dream business school.

Questions to discuss:

What sets apart one applicant from the other?

How to maximize your chances of being accepted?

Questions that will help you define your goals.

What are the most common mistakes the editor comes across while editing the document?

What to consider while portraying your experience in your admission essay?

Tips on crafting a perfect application essay.

The information you were always afraid to mention.

Recommendations for those who only start applying for the MBA program?

Applying to business school? Don’t waste time worrying about how to get accepted and earn a seat at your dream business school. EssayEdge is here to guide you through the whole admission process. Learn more here.

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