Are you ready to get serious about applying to business school? Applying to business school as an undergrad or recent graduate is a smart move for several reasons. But with so many options—and such fierce competition to get into top programs—you may be wondering how you can stand out in the admissions process and how to get started.
Applying to business school as an undergrad or recent graduate: how to get started
Oftentimes, in competitive business master’s or MBA applicant pools full of qualified candidates, what determines who gets in and who doesn’t can come down to who does a better job of telling their story. One of the top pieces of advice admissions experts give is that before you start filling out applications and writing essays, you first need to put the time and thought into developing the story you want to tell with your applications.
Our free guide, How to Get Started: Applying to Business School as an Undergrad or Recent Graduate, gives you insider advice on how to develop your personal brand and tell a compelling story through your applications to stand out in the admissions process and get into one of your top choice programs.
Get step-by-step, expert guidance on how to:
- Reflect on who you are and where you come from in order to convey how you can add value to your classmates’ business school experience
- Clearly articulate your personal and career goals in the way that admissions staff are trained to look for
- Confidently express your answers to the key questions of “why business school?” and “why now?”
- Tie your business school story together in a logical and compelling way and define your personal brand statement
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