Building a Target List

<<Previous: Getting Started What Matters to You? Too many times we’ve seen students get caught up in recruiting for companies or roles they’re not a good fit for, leading to their not receiving any offers and having to start over from square or starting a job they’re miserable in. Obviously you’re a smart cookie and

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First Year MBAs Share Their First Semester Recruiting Experiences

For those newly admitted MBAs just starting to plan through their first semester of graduate business school, it can be hard to know what to expect. The transition back to academia after several years in the professional working world guarantees a certain amount of culture shock, and the typical MBA experience bears little resemblance to

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The MBA Internship Search: A Timeline

The specific chronology of your job search will depend on your school, your target industry, and the firms you pursue within that industry. But as a general rule, the more MBA interns a company hires, the earlier its recruiting timeline. Students interested in consulting and financial services roles should be ready to start recruiting within

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MBA Recruiting Prep: Why Self-Assessment Actually Matters

As you’ll learn in just a few short months, business school can be a life-changing experience in a number of ways, but career change is perhaps the most common and achievable for the large majority of students. In fact, career change or advancement is routinely the number one reason for applying given by prospective MBAs

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5 (More) Tips For the MBA Internship Interview Process

Al Dea is the Founder of MBASchooled, a website that focuses on showcasing life as an MBA student. His work on business school and career development has been featured in media outlets such as Business Insider, The World Economic Forum, and Time Magazine.  Al founded MBASchooled in 2015 while in business school at the University

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