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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.
20 de July de 2015 - 11:35h.
Tuck Application Deadlines
- Round 1: Early Action, 7 October 2015 (your best shot if Tuck really is your top choice!)
- Round 2: 4 November 2015
- Round 3: 6 January 2016
Tuck MBA Essays
- What are your short- and long-term goals? Why do you need an MBA to achieve those goals? Why are you interested in Tuck specifically? (500 words)
- Tell us about your most meaningful leadership experience and what role you played. How will that experience contribute to the learning environment at Tuck? (500 words)
- Optional Essay: Please provide any additional insight or information that you have not addressed elsewhere that may be helpful in reviewing your application (e.g., unusual choice of evaluators, weaknesses in academic performance, unexplained job gaps or changes, etc.). Complete this question only if you feel your candidacy is not fully represented by this application. (500 words)
Tuck Application Resources
- Tuck’s Admission Blog
- Interview with Tuck adcom at BusinessBecause
- Article from Tuck on how to assess your application.
19 de July de 2015 - 12:20h.
Kellogg MBA Deadlines
Round 1; Application Deadline: September 22, 2015
Round 2; Application Deadline: January 6, 2016
Round 3: Application Deadline: April 6, 2016
Deadlines & Interviews: All Kellogg applicants are invited to interview and you must schedule your interview at the time of your application submission. More details about interview deadlines (on or off campus) are here.
Kellogg MBA Application Essays:
In addition to several online questions about your career, education and achievements, you must answer the following essays:
- Leadership and teamwork are integral parts of the Kellogg experience. Describe a recent and meaningful time you were a leader. What challenges did you face, and what did you learn? (450 words)
- Pursuing an MBA is a catalyst for personal and professional growth. How have you grown in the past? How do you intend to grow at Kellogg? (450 words)
- VIDEO Essay: After submitting an application, each applicant will be asked to complete two Video Essay Questions. One will be about the candidate’s interest in Kellogg and the other will be a “getting to know you” type of question.
- Additional Information: Only use this section to briefly describe any extenuating circumstances (e.g. unexplained gaps in work experience, choice of recommenders, inconsistent or questionable academic performance, etc.) (no word count)
Certain applicants will respond to additional questions:
- Dual-degree applicants: For applicants to the MMM or JD-MBA dual degree programs, please explain why that program is right for you. (250 words)
- Re-applicants: Since your previous application, what steps have you taken to strengthen your candidacy? (250 word limit)
Advice from Kellogg Admissions on answering the essay questions:
Kellogg MBA LORs:
The recommender must answer the following questions:
- Context of relationship (drop down menu)
- I am the applicant’s current supervisor (check box)
- Highest degree earned (drop down menu)
- Degree granting institution (fill in)
- Are you a Kellogg alumnus (drop down menu)
- Have known candidate since (drop down menu)
- Please comment briefly on the context of your interaction with the applicant and his/her role in your organization. (250 characters with spaces–NOT words)
- What has been the candidate’s most significant contribution to your organization? Provide measurable impact if applicable. (250 characters with spaces–NOT words)
The recommender must fill out this grid about your traits and skills:
- Please assess the candidate on the following skills/qualities. Please check only one box per criteria.
Finally, recommenders are asked to upload a document with responses to the following recommendation questions:
- How does the candidate’s performance compare to those of other well-qualified individuals in similar roles? Please provide specific examples. (300 words)
- Describe the most important piece of constructive feedback you have given the applicant. Please detail the circumstances and the applicant’s response. (250 words)
- (optional) Is there anything else you would like us to know?
More information on applying to Kellogg including details on the video can be found here.
16 de July de 2015 - 3:56h.
HBS MBA Deadlines
Round 1: 09 September 2015
Round 2: 06 January 2016
Round 3: 04 April 2016
HBS Class of 2018 Essay & Application Questions
In addition to various questions on family, employment, education, achievements and more, you will find the following questions in the online application:
Intended Post-MBA Goals (two drop-down menus to choose answers from)
Briefly tell us more about your career aspirations (500 characters not words)
Instructions: Please only add additional information here if you need to clarify any information provided in the other sections of your application. This is not meant to be used as an additional essay.Please limit your additional information to the space in this section. We’ll know you’ll be tempted, but please don’t send us any additional materials (e.g., additional recommendations, work portfolios). To be fair to all applicants, extra materials won’t be considered.” (500 characters, not words)
The Essay Question
It’s the first day of class at HBS. You are in Aldrich Hall meeting your “section.” This is the group of 90 classmates who will become your close companions in the first-year MBA classroom. Our signature case method participant-based learning model ensures that you will get to know each other very well. The bonds you collectively create throughout this shared experience will be lasting.
Note: Should you enroll at HBS, there will be an opportunity for you to share this with them.
We suggest you view this video before beginning to write.
There is no word limit for this question. We think you know what guidance we’re going to give here. Don’t overthink, overcraft and overwrite. Just answer the question in clear language that those of us who don’t know your world can understand.
Joint program applicants for the Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Harvard Law School, and Harvard Kennedy School must provide an additional essay:
How do you expect the joint degree experience to benefit you on both a professional and a personal level? (400 words)
HBS LOR Questions Class of 2018
The recommender will find a page of personal information to fill out and then several questions:
- Context of Relationship (drop-down menu—only choose one answer)
- Are you an HBS graduate? (drop-down menu)
- If yes, please list year of graduation
- Please provide a brief description of your interaction with the applicant and, if applicable, their role in your organization. (250 characters with spaces-NOT WORDs)
- Number of applicants you are recommending to the HBS MBA Program this year.
The recommender must then fill out a grid of qualities (see below):
After the grid, there is another question:
Please feel free to comment on the ratings you have assigned. (500 characters with spaces-NOT WORDS)
Finally, the recommender must answer the two recommendation questions
- How do the applicant’s performance, potential, background, or personal qualities compare to those of other well-qualified individuals in similar roles? Please provide specific examples. (Recommended: 300 words)
- Please describe the most important piece of constructive feedback you have given the applicant. Please detail the circumstances and the applicant’s response. (Recommended: 250 words)
More information about the HBS application can be found here.
26 de May de 2015 - 7:10h.
CEIBS MBA Info Session in Madrid (Ranked #1 in Asia and #11 Globally by FT)
When: 28 May, at 19:30
Where: McKinsey & Company Offices, Calle Sagasta 33, MadridRSVP: directly to Mr. Kan Yang at firstname.lastname@example.org– with your full details (name, age, mobile number, title, and company/university).
China is more present on the global economy than ever, conducting an intensive shopping spree in Europe, snapping up companies on the cheap thanks to the weak euro. The world’s second largest economy poured more than $22 billion into deals in western Europe in 2014. That’s about four times as much as the previous year.
Come find out, what opportunities and challenges will arise from this surge of new investment by China in the Old Continent? What type of industries and sectors are hot for these potential investors? And how can you take advantage of these trends in the development of your career?
In this exclusive MBA Info Session…
…you will learn from the experts how an MBA in Asia in one of the world’s top b-schools can help catapult your career like you never imagined and differentiate your profile above your peers. Furthermore, you will learn how a CEIBS MBA can make you the bridge between Europe and Asia – and what opportunities await Spaniards in Asia and with Asia after they graduate?
The info session will be hosted by CEIBS President and Professor of Entrepreneurship, Pedro Nueno along with Ms. Qi Liling and Ms. Qi Lidan of PuenteChina, and Santiago Fernandez, Alumni Chapter President of CEIBS.
CEIBS is one of the world’s Top-20 b-schools, and the only Asia-based business school that has achieved top-tier global rankings for its MBA, EMBA, and Executive Education Programs. In 2015, the MBA was ranked as #11 globally and #1 in Asia by Financial Times. More
25 de May de 2015 - 10:28h.
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ESMT Master Class & Admissions Event in MadridWhen: Tuesday, 9 June at 19:30 Where: Offices of GMATclasses.es and mbaSpain C/ Velazquez, 119, 2A RSVP: email@example.com
7:00pm- 7:30pm: Arrival and registration
7:30pm- 8:00pm: Introduction to ESMT MIM, MBA and EMBA programs
8:00pm- 9:00pm: Master Class by Matthew Bothner, Professor of Strategy at ESMT
9:00pm- 10:00pm: Cocktail reception
ESMT: an International Business School with Strong Corporate Support
The European School of Management and Technology is based in Berlin, Germany and was founded by 25 leading global companies and institutions. The school offers a full-time MBA, an executive MBA, a Master’s in Management and various executive education programs.
ESMT focuses on three main topics: leadership and social responsibility, European competitiveness, and the management of technology.
The ESMT MBA
The full-time MBA at ESMT is ranked #3 globally and #1 in Germany as well as #5 globally for student satisfaction in the Businessweek international school rankings for 2014.
It is a one-year MBA program taught entirely in English and with a very international environment (an average of 90% of students and 80% of program faculty from outside Germany).
The program begins in January and features classes of less than 65 students. There is a strong emphasis on leadership and soft-skills development throughout the program.
The ESMT MBA has a strong practical component and students use their strategic learning in a team-based seven-week applied fieldwork, usually with one of ESMT’s corporate partners or with an entrepreneurial venture. Popular sectors for projects are energy (particularly renewables), banking and insurance and high-tech entrepreneurship.
”I had a wonderful experience at ESMT, both at a personal level as well as from the academic point of view. The program is demanding and intense but you´ll learn some concepts that are very important for a potential career as manager…. Pursuing the ESMT MBA strengthened my CV and allowed me to change my career from technical positions to a more management oriented path. Studying a good MBA in Germany, the driving force of Europe, also helped me to consolidate my international career” Guillermo Hormaechea, ESMT MBA 2012
About Professor Matthew Bothner:
Matthew Bothner is an ESMT Full Professor and the Deutsche Telekom Chair in Leadership and HR Development. He is a dynamic speaker and thought leader who will present a unique perspective on leadership — Annealing: A Method for Leading in a Cloud of Uncertainty
When executives are deeply uncertain about the future, they often treat their employees like a sword-maker treats a sword. They “anneal” them. Annealing is the process of heating metal, glass—or an organization—and then cooling it in a better state. Outside the laboratory, annealing is a method for leading in a cloud of uncertainty. To anneal your employees is to “start a fire beneath them,” as a way of triggering varied, innovative responses—from which you, as a leader, then choose. Using an example from science fiction and a brief case, our focus will be on the strategic and ethical issues raised by annealing. The value you take from this session will be two-fold. First, when you are annealed in the future, you’ll be better prepared to capitalize on the experience, instead of being burned by it. Second, if, as a leader, you believe that it’s ethical to anneal your employees (a matter of debate), you’ll be keenly aware of its advantages and its dangers.