Creating a compelling application for business school is like crafting a good story—you have to show off many different elements, but everything needs to work together to tell a single narrative. Your application should show off areas like leadership, work experience, academic aptitude, community involvement, and future plans. While every MBA program will require different elements to apply, here’s what the Fisher MBA admissions committee requires for each application:
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.
Hopefully you noticed the new Fisher MBA website! It was designed to get you the information you need easily and quickly. I wanted to point out a few key features: