How to Get into a Top MBA Program

How to Get into Wharton

In 1881, Wharton became the first collegiate business school in the world. Joseph Wharton’s legacy lives on (his image can be found on the MBA Pub shirts) through a highly-ranked MBA program, emphasizing collaboration, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

How to Get into Stanford GSB

So you’re interested in applying to the GSB? There are some important things to keep in mind: You may be interested in some other “the”-less schools like Wharton, Booth, HBS, Fuqua, etc., but when it comes to Stanford, there’s a “the” in front. Welcome to the GSB!

How to Get into Chicago Booth

Chicago Booth’s Full-Time MBA Program features a highly flexible curriculum, allowing students to take courses suited to their own interests and career goals. No specific courses are required — only categories of courses that must be met:

Functions, Management, and Business Environment
LEAD – Leadership Exploration and Development

How to Get into Harvard Business School

Many people are intimidated by the prestige of Harvard – the worldwide reputation, internationally known professors, beautiful campus with manicured lawns – but once students settle in to the HBS experience along with hundreds of diverse peers from around the world, it just feels like the perfect place to earn your MBA.

How to Get into MIT Sloan

If attending any other business school is like enlisting in the Navy, joining MIT Sloan is more akin to becoming a pirate with its can-do spirit that sometimes bends the rules. At Sloan, it’s about the four Hs: the Heart to strive, the Head to keep up, the Hands to get things done, and the Home to take risks in a supportive environment.

How to Get into Kellogg

If you ever were wondering, the answer is yes; the Kellogg School of Management is named after John L. Kellogg, the son of the world-renowned cereal magnate. With that out of the way, think very carefully about how you fit the community known for its collaborative and social students while making your own unique contribution to the class.

How to Get into Columbia Business School

How are you going to take advantage of being at the ‘very center of business?’ Your answer to this question is one of the keys you need to unlock a future at the prestigious Columbia Business School (CBS). As in general with New York City, it really is all about location, location, location in your application, whether physically or figuratively.

How to Get into Berkeley-Haas

Think about the pillars of Haas: Confidence without Attitude, Question the Status Quo, Beyond Yourself and Student Always. Do these speak to you? How can you show examples of these pillars in your life? Berkeley-Haas is a very close-knit program that is functionally and culturally diverse, student-driven and collaborative. Students make things happen at Berkeley-Haas both professionally and personally.

How to Get into Yale SOM

Do you want to immerse yourself in an education that will provide you a full passport – stamped with complex business issues and personal interactions that traverse the globe?  At Yale SOM, you will be surrounded by global talent from across all sectors and regions with a broad range of backgrounds and interests.

How to Get into Michigan Ross

So, you are thinking about applying to Ross’ full-time MBA program? Great choice! The Ross culture is one of the best reasons to choose the school as one of your top options. So what makes Ross so unique?

How to Get into Fuqua

So, you are thinking about applying to Duke’s daytime MBA program? First, learn how to pronounce the name of the school – FEW-kwa. Say it again, FEW-kwa. It doesn’t really roll off your tongue but the name is half of “Team Fuqua” so you will be well served to learn to say it correctly.

How to get into UVA Darden School of Business

UVA Darden School of Business PROGRAM OVERVIEW The Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia is a top MBA program in Charlottesville, Virginia located about two hours from Washington, D.C. Established in 1955, Darden has always drawn its core values from UVA, which was founded by Thomas Jefferson, who believed students should always