Define and refine your goals.
Craft your MBA application strategy around those goals.
Answer the all-important question: Why do you need an MBA?
They’ll ask you in essay questions or in interviews. It’s a question that the adcom needs to know you have a compelling answer for – and most importantly, that you need to have thought about before you even start to apply: Why do you need an MBA?
Can you provide a solid, stand-out answer? Are your goals clear, concrete, and realistic?
In this free guide, MBA admissions expert Cindy Tokumitsu shows you proven strategies for approaching this all-important part of the application process.
A former head of international programs, and admissions, and English as a Second Language programs with 30+ years of higher ed experience. Jef has provided training programs at numerous institutions, including the Wharton School of Business and the Eller College of Management.Get in touch with Jef Davis.
Former dean of admissions with 20 years of experience at USC's Marshall School of Business reviewing thousands of applicants for selective positions in full-time, part-time and EMBA programs on-campus and off-campus, in Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego.Get in touch with Keith Vaughn.
With more than eight years of recruitment and admissions experience at London Business School, Jamie is the former Admissions Director for Early Career Programmes at LBS. Originally from the U.S., Jamie is now based in London.Get in touch with Jamie Wright.
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