Interviews with officials from Columbia, Wharton, Chicago, INSEAD and 20 other top MBA programs offer applicants key insights into business school admissions process.
Clear Admit has launched its 2012-13 “Admissions Director Q&A” series, a collection of exclusive interviews designed to provide MBA applicants with valuable insights and advice as they complete applications to leading business schools. Over the course of the next several weeks, Clear Admit will feature the interview transcripts on its Clear Admit blog. In the course of these interviews, top admissions officials share exciting news about upcoming developments at their schools as well as valuable information about successfully navigating the application cycle.
The first interview in the series highlights a conversation with Columbia’s Assistant Dean of Admissions Mary Miller. To date, Clear Admit has also posted interviews with Chicago Booth’s Kurt Ahlm and Kellogg School of Management’s Kate Smith. In all, the firm will be publishing interviews with admissions directors at the following 24 business schools:
Columbia, Chicago Booth, Haas, Kellogg, Johnson, NYU Stern, Ross, Tuck, UCLA Anderson, INSEAD, LBS, Yale SOM, McCombs, Wharton, MIT Sloan, Darden, Fuqua, Kenan-Flagler, ISB, Tepper, Judge, IESE, Oxford and McDonough
These exclusive interviews are free to the public and provide personal insights into the life of an application in each school’s admissions office. They should serve as a valuable resource for MBA applicants who are looking for an edge in the application process. A full archive of the Q&As is available on Clear Admit’s web site.