Applying to MBA Masterclass
What you'll learn
- How to outline your personal MBA Application Strategy
- Defining your PERSONAL BRAND
- Identify areas of strength and weakness
- Identifying and Planning for your Recommenders
- No prior business or financial knowledge is needed. A GMAT score is also not needed for this course.
This class is about the MBA Application and how to ace the process. Taught by an MBA Graduate of the Harvard Business School, we will review each part of the application and lay out the strategies you can use to project your best self. All in hopes that you apply to your dream schools and GET IN!
This course has been designed to be accessible to anyone seeking additional guidance in the MBA application process. Official MBA coaching can be incredibly helpful but is also expensive. Alternatively, some of the free advice floating around is often too general and not very helpful. One major takeaway will be learning how to apply your specific context to any feedback you receive and take your application to the next level.
This class has been tailored to professionals considering getting an MBA and prospectives ready to hit submit!
Throughout the class, we will do exercises to get students in the right mindset for their applications. Each component will build on the other until you have a skeleton of an MBA application. We will take a holistic view of your application and dive into much-needed specifics. In addition, there will be some helpful resources included!
The MBA application process is not easy, but after this course, you will know exactly what stories to share and how to share them most powerfully.
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Who this course is for:
- Aspiring MBA Applicants and budding Entrepreneurs,
Amongst many things, Ale is passionate about Healthcare, Education, and helping others succeed. He is an MBA graduate of the Harvard Business School and a Biomedical Engineer Bachelors from Boston University.
He runs a blog, founded a non-profit, and co-wrote a LatinX children's book. At one time, he even attended culinary school, but he still mixes up salt and sugar in his baking from time to time.