So many schools, so little time.
It’s not easy picking a business school. Each one has a tradeoff. Too big. Too small. Too rural. Too urban. High cost. Low ranking. Alas, every website touts a school’s great teaching, deep resources, engaged networks, intimate atmosphere, and impressive outcomes. That begs the question: how are MBA programs really different?
30 PODCASTS INCLUDE KELLOGG, BOOTH, INSEAD AND HAAS
This year, Poets&Quants sought to answer that question by interviewing admissions directors from 30 of the world’s top business schools. We did this through podcasts conducted during P&Q’s Centre Court MBA Festivals, which bring together leading programs, employers, and applicants for educational workshops, panels and networking. Here, we introduce students to popular programs like the University of Chicago, Northwestern, INSEAD, the University of California-Berkeley, New York University, and IESE.
Think of these podcasts as an MBA Fair from your desktop. Just click on a link and you’re literally at the booths. Forget paging through long interviews. In these 10 minute capsules, you’ll meet the personalities who make decisions about candidates like you. Hear their elevator pitches about the cultural wrinkles, program structures, and unique benefits that define these programs. Even more, learn the criteria they use to judge candidates.
Whether you’re identifying target schools or drafting your essays, these podcasts are essential for boosting your odds of being accepted into the right MBA program. To gain an edge in the application process – or just some understanding about particular programs – check out the business schools below.