Fortuna admissions blog
The annual Ranking of the MBA Rankings, which combines the results of all the rankings of the last 12 months by regions of the world, shows that once again the top places are held by seven business schools, the legendary M7.
For many MBA applicants, this is the last realistic shot at securing a place in the class starting next fall. At schools such as HBS, Stanford, Booth and Wharton the scarcity of places available in Round 3 means that opportunities for admission are slim. Meanwhile, competition for places at other top schools intensifies as applicants turned down in Round 1 turn their attention to other schools like Tuck, Duke, Yale, Stern, Darden, UCLA and Johnson.
Nobody likes rejection. It can make you feel hurt and wonder why you weren’t good enough. Although your spirits might be down, the bright side is that you have an opportunity to learn even more from failure, and to set yourself up for success in the future. And how you respond to your current situation will be a critical step in achieving your ultimate goal.
By Judith Silverman Hodara It’s that time of year again, when Wharton is inviting applicants to interview and as former Acting Director of MBA Admissions at Wharton, I have a good sense of what Wharton is looking for in the team-based discussion. With so many highly qualified applicants on paper, the team discussion allows applicants to demonstrate […]
With MBA admissions interview invitations going out for round 1 applicants, many of you are wondering what questions will be asked, how to prepare, and what will really be evaluated? We’ve already shared some tips to help you prepare for your interview but we also want to provide deeper insights about the specific areas that […]