The resources listed below will help applicants from all walks of life prove that they can add to classroom discussion and team projects despite a non-traditional background, or contribute to MBA classroom diversity, despite an overrepresented profile.
Advice for well-represented groups
- 9 Secrets to Standing Out in Your MBA Application, a free guide
- Against the Odds: MBA Admissions for Indian Applicants, a free guide
- 5 Ways to Make B-Schools LOVE You, a free webinar
- Different Dimensions of Diversity, a podcast episode
- What Should You Do If You Belong to an Overrepresented MBA Applicant Group?
- What Is the Diversity Essay Question & How Do You Answer It?
- Admissions Tip: BE YOURSELF!
- Admissions Advice for MBA Management Consulting Applicants
- Investment Bankers
- IT Applicants
- What Asians Should Know When Applying to Top U.S. Business Schools
- Chinese Applicants
- Indian Applicants
Advice for under-represented groups
- Tips for Completing the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management Application [2020-2021]
- Getting Accepted to U.S. Universities from Abroad, a podcast episode
- The Consortium Can Help You Get Your MBA, a podcast episode
- From the Military to Haas MBA, a podcast episode
- Can The Consortium and Forte Foundation Boost Your Goals?, an interview
- Do Veterans Need Unique MBA Admissions Advice?
- The MBA, a Military Background, and Expectations
- Academic De-Greening, Part 2: Applying to Graduate School After Military Service
- Tips for Canadian Applicants
- 7 Tips for MBA Applicants from Family Businesses
- Applying to Regular Full-Time MBA Programs as an Older Applicant
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