Tues., March 24 @ 12pm ET: An Open Q&A with Our Directors
It’s an extraordinary time in every sense of the word, and many of us are wondering how the ripple effect of COVID-19 is going to impact our lives and future plans. Many business school applicants are facing canceled exams or speculating how their hard-won acceptance to a top MBA program will be affected in the fall. Others are wondering if now is the time to throw everything at a round three application or look ahead to 2021.
To address your questions and discuss how to navigate this changing environment, I am hosting a special Q&A session with industry experts this Tuesday, March 24 at 12pm ET.
I’ll be joined by three fellow Directors at Fortuna Admissions, former Directors of Admissions of Wharton and INSEAD, and former Associate Dean of Chicago Booth. As industry veterans and business school insiders, Judith, Caroline and Bill will share what they know from sources inside b-school admissions, along with guidance around the challenges and opportunities they see ahead.
With citywide shutdowns, ceaseless speculation and constantly changing directives, the questions are many and the answers are few. And, in our experience, this is when connection is the antidote to anxiety and an insightful conversation can be game-changing.
Your Speakers: Former MBA Gatekeepers & the Directors at Fortuna Admissions:
Bill Kooser, former Chicago Booth Associate Dean
Caroline Diarte Edwards, former INSEAD Director of MBA Admissions & Financial Aid
Judith Silverman Hodara, former Wharton head of Admissions
Please feel free to submit your questions in advance to my attention: email@example.com. We look forward to the conversation.
Register now to participate.