The hottest degree today is an MBA: Master of Business Administration.
But is it right for you?
An MBA will provide you with the skills to make things happen. You must provide the vision of what it is you would like to create, and convince the admissions committee that you can lead a team that will realize that vision.
Consider where you are right now (Point A). Think long and hard about where you want to go (Point B). Identify specific MBA programs that get people from Point A to Point B. Convince the admissions committee that you're one of those people—and that you'd make a great addition to their incoming class.
Need help presenting your accomplishments and formulating your goals? Looking for advice on good reach, target and safety programs for someone with your profile? Keen on improving your GMAT score? Ready to revise your resume? It's time for Athena Mentor!
Contact us to arrange for a free half-hour consultation by phone. You can present your situation and your concerns. We will let you know how Athena Mentor might help, and what it would cost.
Thinking about a career in business, or getting an MBA some day? If you’re a college junior or senior, or have recently graduated from college, check out the Business Bridge Program at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. It’s designed to help you make the transition from liberal arts to the business world. Paul Doscher explained it to Athena Mentor during her recent visit to Tuck.
In the background is the eponymous bridge. Go ahead, look up “eponymous” and add it to your vocabulary.
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