For college students thinking about applying to business school or for those in the workforce considering an additional degree, the authors give the lowdown on taking the GMAT, choosing a school, funding your education, selecting a major, preparing for exams and seeking full-time employment upon graduation. Miller (Law School Confidential) and Loucks, a recent graduate of Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management, interviewed current MBA students to get the skinny on the “business school experience.” They include handy tips for admissions interviews, getting a federal loan to pay for school, determining an appropriate workload and obtaining that coveted summer internship. Although the advice on “business school etiquette” is somewhat unnecessary (“do not speak out of turn”), for the most part, this is a valuable tool for those ready to throw themselves into b-school.
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Authors: Katherine F. Koegler, Katherine Loucks, Robert H. Miller, Robert Miller
Subjects: MBA Related, Miscellaneous MBA-related Resources