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MBA es la abreviatura de Master of Business Administration. Se trata de un curso de postgrado en negocios. Estos programas están diseñados para introducir a los estudiantes en las diferentes áreas de un negocio, tales como marketing, recursos humanos, contabilidad, etc.

4 de April de 2014 - 7:38h.

AWA Preparation & MBA Application Support

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Every other Thursday, in Madrid, Candy Lee LaBalle, MBA Admissions Coach (and former GMAT verbal teacher), who has helped 192 students enter top MBAs (9 at HBS, 15 at Wharton, 21 at INSEAD, etc…), will present two sessions relevant to your MBA ambitions:

The AWA of the GMAT

  • What is the AWA
  • How important is the AWA to your MBA application
  • How to write the AWA essay for a maximum score

MBA Admissions Q&A

  • What MBA is right for you
  • Defining an MBA timeline
  • Key aspects of an MBA application

2014 Dates: Every other Thursday, from 20:15 to 22:00

  • April 24
  • May 8
  • May 22
  • June 5
  • June 19
  • July 3
  • July 17
  • July 31
  • Sept 11
  • Sept 25

WHERE: C/Velazquez 119, 2A (Madrid, corner of María de Molina), Metro Gregorio Marañon, Avda América or Nuñez de Balboa; Parking at C/ María de Molina, 48

MATERIALES: All materials will be provided to you. You MUST bring a Laptop in order to write your practice essays during the class.

PRICE: Free for all GMAT students of GMATclasses or Kevin Armstrong. Free for all mbaSpain clients. 25 Euros for everyone else.

REGISTRATION: you must register directly at; only six students per session.

28 de January de 2014 - 15:55h.

Round 2 Decision Dates & MBA Interviews

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If you applied in Round 2 to your dream MBA, you are probably nervously awaiting a decision. Below are the final decision dates for the top US and EU schools. However, before you arrive to that date, you will hopefully get called for an Interview; very few schools admit students without an interview. To prepare for that exciting day, I am offering a one-time only MBA Interview Preparation Seminar on Friday, 07 February 2014 in Madrid. Topics will include:

-Different Interview Types (blind/non-blind; individual/group; alumni/adcom)
-Common Interview Questions, Behavioural & Unexpected Questions
-Overcoming Weaknesses
-Controlling your Message
-Specific School Requirements

Seminar Cost is 65 euros and seats are very limited. Reserve by emailing:

ROUND 2 Decision Dates


16 de January de 2014 - 9:48h.

MBA Interview Preparation

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Now that round 2 of the MBA application season is over, you can finally relax! NO, not really!! It is time to prepare for your MBA interviews! Hopefully, if you made a strong application, in just a week or two you will be getting an Invitation to Interview.

The interview is an essential part of the MBA application process. Here is a general breakdown of how it works at most schools:

1) the admissions committee recieves thousands of applications
2) they review the applications and reduce them to a small select group who will be interviewed
3) from that pool of interviewed applicants, more than half will be admitted to the MBA

So, if you are invited to interview, your odds of admission went from very small (just 7% at Stanford, 11.5% at Harvard, 20% at Wharton) to much higher, generally more than 50% possibility of being admitted.

Getting invited to interview means two things for you (the applicant):

1) the admissions committee likes you so far! your profile is good enough for admittance into the school and now they want to know you a bit more.
2) you still have work to do! That brings us to this article:

You MUST prepare your MBA interview carefully.

Being invited to interview is a great sign, it is a confirmation that you have what it takes to succeed in the MBA program, but you are still facing 50/50 odds. You can improve those odds by preparing your interview: understand the type of interview you will have (blind, non-blind), with whom (alumni, adcom member, 3rd party), where (on campus, in your hometown, by Skype), in group or single, etc. Once you understand these facts, you must prepare accordingly: know your application inside and out, study your CV, prepare interview questions and practice, practice, practice.

To help you succeed in your MBA interview, expert MBA admissions coach Candy Lee LaBalle is offering an exclusive MBA Interview Seminar on Friday, 07 February 2014. This seminar will cover:

-Different Interview Types (blind/non-blind; individual/group)
-Alumni v. Adcom Interviews
-Common Interview Questions
-Behavioural Questions + STAR
-Preparing an Interview Matrix
-Dealing with Unexpected Questions
-Focusing on the Positive
-Overcoming Weaknesses
-Controlling your Message
-Specific School Requirements

Seminar Cost is 65 euros and seats are very limited.

Reserve now by emailing:









14 de January de 2014 - 8:56h.

Do you want to apply to a top MBA in 2014?

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This Friday, MBA Admissions Expert Candy Lee LaBalle, will host an exclusive MBA Q&A.

Over the past six years, Candy has helped 192 students gain admission in the world’s top MBA programs, including: 9 at Harvard Business School, 13 at The Wharton School, 9 at Tuck, 10 at Columbia, 21 at INSEAD, 16 at London Business School–plus many more including Booth, Haas, Kellogg, Duke, IESE…

In this one hour session, you can ask any question about the MBA application process from testing (GMAT and TOEFL) to Letters of Recommendation. We will also discuss:

  • How to identify the best MBA for you
  • How to create an MBA timeline
  • The key aspects of a successful MBA application
  • The importance of identifying goals
  • Brainstorming the best stories for MBA essays

WHEN: Friday, 17 January, 19:30 to 20:30

WHERE: C/Velazquez near Maria de Molina (Madrid)


16 de December de 2013 - 8:41h.

Tuck, Kellogg & Booth en Madrid para Navidad

No son los Reyes Magos, pero 3 top MBAs traen un regalo para ti en Navidad! La oportunidad de conocer a los estudiantes actuales de Tuck, Booth y Kellogg.


Fecha: Viernes, 20 de diciembre de 2013
Hora inicio: 18:00
Dirección: ATKearney Madrid, Paseo de la Castellana, 31, 4, Madrid
Contacto: Pablo Segovia Smith, 603-646-3162
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Fecha: Lunes, 23 de diciembre de 2013
Hora inicio: 19:30
Dirección: McKinsey & Company, Calle de Sagasta, 33, Madrid
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Fecha: Jueves, 26 de diciembre de 2013
Hora inicio: 19:00
Dirección: Booz & Company, C/ Maria de Molina 40, Madrid
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