Fortuna admissions blog
Tag: Harvard Business School
(Fortuna featured in Forbes) For thousands of MBA hopefuls, January is the month when they hit the ‘submit’ button on their applications to the world’s top business schools. Having crafted their essays, nailed the GMAT, tightened their resume, and cajoled their supervisors for a letter of recommendation, everything is set to meet the round 2 […]
Did your chances of securing a place at one of the world’s top business schools just improve? Well yes, … and no. Several of the top US full-time MBA programmes have reported a significant drop in applicant numbers in the last 12 months, including the Columbia Business School with a 19% drop, and NYU Stern […]
Beyond the headlines of the latest Bloomberg Businessweek MBA ranking, there is a tremendous amount of data for potential business school applicants to analyze. From class size, cost, and curriculum to community spirit and careers, the survey responses from more than 10,000 graduates provide invaluable perspectives on the search for the right MBA fit. The Rankings History, […]
With 17 applications for each place in the MBA program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and close to 10,000 applicants hoping to join the incoming class at the Harvard Business School, it is no secret that leading MBA programs have a highly competitive admissions process. Schools like Chicago Booth, INSEAD, UC Berkeley-Haas and the Indian […]
Katherine Johnson earned an MBA from Harvard Business School, a BA in philosophy at Duke University, and is a highly skilled strategic marketing consultant with two decades of experience in developing award-winning television, digital, social, branded entertainment, and event-based promotional campaigns for major brands. She was most recently the Senior Vice President of Integrated Marketing […]
Luke earned an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar (top 5% of class), and BA in Chemistry and Chemical Biology from Harvard College. He has since helped many applicants with their applications to HBS and other M7 schools. He is a technology executive with a background in strategy consulting, product management, marketing, sales, corporate development and general management.