You’ve spent a lot of time getting everything in order to apply to business school. From taking the GMAT or GRE to chatting with current students, you’re almost ready to hit "submit" and hope for good news. So, how do you set yourself apart from others and impress the admissions committee with a great application? Let me offer a few tips to help.
Thinking about getting your MBA and wondering if you are too late to start this fall? Good news! Fisher reserves a limited number of seats in the Full-Time MBA class for individuals who may have realized a bit late in the process that the MBA is the best next step for them. We understand that sometimes things happen - in either work or our personal lives - that makes us rethink our plans and choose a different course of action. If you are thinking that it might be a good time to make a change and you are ready to take that next step, consider attending our spring interview day on Friday, April 27.
If you aren't quite sure what the Fisher MBA program is all about, I encourage you to attend one of our information sessions. We offer monthly information sessions on the Fisher campus at 6:30 in the evening. We start off the session with brief introductions and then we deliver a presentation that provides an overview of the MBA program and the admissions process. While we have no doubt that this presentation will just knock your socks off, the most valuable part of the evening is probably the question and answer section. After the presentation, Graduate Programs staff and current students or alumni are available to answer any questions you might have. Are you curious about the length of each class and how often you will have to come to campus? Are you wondering how much time you will have to spend doing work outside of class this week? Are you worried that you might have to miss a class due to a work or personal engagement? Do you want to know how to get access to football tickets?