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We have been gatekeepers to the world’s best b-schools – who better to help you unlock the door?

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Do you know what it takes to stand out from the crowd?
Our admissions experts have the answer.

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You are making a big bet on your future.

Why not stack the odds in your favor?

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“Working with Fortuna is like having Warren Buffett as your personal financial advisor”

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Gaining admission to a top b-school
is a
big mountain to climb.
So why not
get the best team
on your side?

 

Welcome to fortuna admissions

A dream team of former MBA Admissions Directors from the world’s top business schools.

Fortuna Admissions is a team of former business school professionals from top-tier institutions, including Wharton, INSEAD, Harvard Business School, London Business School, Chicago Booth, NYU Stern, IE Business School, Northwestern Kellogg, and UC Berkeley Haas.

We have personally reviewed tens of thousands of applications from candidates all over the world. But that’s not all. We also shaped admissions policy, devised the application processes, and had the final say on who got in. We know the inside track – what goes on behind the closed doors of Admissions Committees, how your candidacy will stand up versus the competition, and how you can best maximize your chances of gaining a coveted place in a top MBA program.

Our experience gives you a level of MBA admissions insight that you won’t find anywhere else. And with our passion for coaching, we can help you bring out the best in yourself so you truly shine in your application and interviews.

We have been gatekeepers to the world’s best b-schools – who better to help you unlock the door?

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Fortuna admissions blog

The 12 Steps on How to Apply to Business School Series – Step 1: Do Your Research

07/04/2014

Fortuna Admissions has been asked by The Economist to write a multi-part series explaining how to improve your chance of getting into a top business school. Our experts from Wharton, INSEAD, Harvard Business School, London Business School, Chicago Booth, IE Business School, Kellogg, and UC Berkeley Haas have contributed to this series of articles. Below […]

5 Social Media Tips to Protect your Future from your Online Past

04/04/2014

Could there be some photos of you in a less than sober state on your Facebook? Are you tagged in a pic taken at a stag party where the pole dancing was clearly taking place somewhere other than Warsaw? After a frustrating day at the office did you lash out at your boss on Twitter? […]

Is a Brand Name Company Essential to get into a top MBA program?

19/03/2014

As former directors of admissions, we know that having McKinsey, Boston Consulting Group, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, or hot brand name companies such as Google or Facebook on your resume is far from being a guarantee of securing your place at a top school. In fact applicants from traditional feeder firms arguably face greater competition for […]

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CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

Still can’t believe it, I got in at INSEAD!  Fortuna’s advice was invaluable in helping me craft my application.  With timely and thorough feedback, I was able to draw upon the right experiences that allowed me to put my best foot forward. I would highly recommend this experience to any prospective applicants.

S.V., Ottawa – Admitted to INSEAD

You have first-hand knowledge of the admissions process (and not in a secondary role as many others) and can leverage that experience.
You are also a fun team to work with. Working for months on your applications can be stressful so this makes a difference.

J.F., Philadelphia – Admitted to Stanford GSB

Working with Fortuna is like having Warren Buffett as your personal financial advisor.

D.B., London – Admitted to HBS

I have been admitted to Stanford! This would never have been possible without your help. Beyond helping me correct the structure of the essays you helped me push my thinking especially on the ‘what matters most to me’ question.

A.B., Paris - Admitted to Stanford GSB

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