Our Round 1 decision notification date was earlier this week, so I want to begin this note by congratulating all of the Round 1 applicants who have just learned of their admission to Yale SOM. We are excited to welcome you all to the Yale community!
Our first application deadline passed late last month and the round two deadline—January 9, 2014—is fast approaching. Whether you applied already or are planning to do so in the new year, you may be wondering what happens to your application once you hit the “Submit” button.
We were very pleased to welcome the full-time MBA Class of 2015 to campus last month. The members of the new class join us for a historic year at Yale SOM, as we will move into our new campus, the beautiful and technologically advanced Edward P. Evans Hall, after the fall semester. At 291 students, the Class of 2015 is the largest in the school’s history.Read More
If you are traveling in the New Haven area this fall and are applying in time for the first round application deadline, you may want to consider visiting campus. We have just added our fall campus visit schedule for prospective applicants wishing to experience what Yale SOM—and the broader Yale University community—is all about.Read More
Yesterday I provided a preview of our application for the Class of 2016 by announcing the application deadlines and the fact that we are eliminating the TOEFL requirement. Today I want to highlight another, very important element of the application by announcing the essay questions for this upcoming year. They are ...Read More
Even before the Class of 2015 arrives on campus in August for the start of orientation, we are already far along in the process of preparing this upcoming year's application for the Class of 2016, which will go live next month. In advance of then, we have some important updates to announce, including the application deadlines for the upcoming year, which are ...Read More
Just a quick plug that I will be conducting a Twitter chat today at 1pm Eastern Time (US) for anyone who has questions about the Yale School of Management or the Yale SOM admissions process. The chat is being hosted by the Graduate Management Admissions Council. To participate, follow @OfficialGMAT or our own Twitter handle, @YaleSOM (which is worth following in general to keep on top of what's happening here at Yale). You should also use #MBAchat in all your tweets, and follow the #MBAchat hashtag.Read More
Last night I attended a reception we hosted at the Yale Club for women interested in pursuing an MBA. The evening consisted of a panel, moderated by former Dean Sharon Oster, of five alumnae pursuing careers in various fields -- finance, consumer packaged goods, healthcare, management consulting, and non-profit management. This event is just one of many we hold for women interested in graduate management education.Read More
Each Sunday the New York Times Travel section profiles "36 Hours" in a different city. This past Sunday, that city was New Haven. The Times' profile highlighted some classic New Haven destinations like Union League Cafe, Long Wharf Theatre, Caseus, Anchor Restaurant, Yale University Art Gallery, and others. It also hit on some lesser-known gems like Zuppardi's Apizza, Cafe Nine, Bella's, Cask Republic, and Liuzzi Gourmet Market.Read More