You’ve spent countless hours on test prep, pored over your essays, revamped your résumé, and put the finishing touches on your application. You’ve hit the “submit” button. Now, you spend your time anxiously checking your email, refreshing your status page, and waiting.
The final application deadline for the Yale MBA for Executives program, April 25, 2017, is approaching, and many of you may have questions about where to start. I’ve put together some suggested guidelines to help you tackle the application in time to apply to be part of the Class of...
The most common concern I hear from applicants relates to the Yale MBA for Executives program’s standardized test requirement. Rightfully so: many applicants haven’t taken a standardized test in several years, and the amount of books, courses, apps, and solutions dedicated to “beating” these tests can be overwhelming. We require the GMAT or GRE as part of our application for several reasons.
The application for the Yale MBA for Executives Class of 2019 is now available. As the Class of 2018 wraps up the first week of “in-residence,” I am excited to help the next class navigate the admissions process. Returning to school to earn your MBA is a significant commitment and a big decision. To help make this decision easier, here are some suggested guidelines and tips to help demystify the admissions process.
“Educating leaders for business and society.” It is the deep commitment to this mission that inspired me to join the MBA for Executives admissions team at Yale School of Management as an admissions advisor.