Dating an mba student
Once you've done your research, start building your list of schools.
Most students apply to around five programs—including reach, target, and safety schools—but apply to as many (or as few) as you see fit.
And I presume that I shouldn't even consider schools such as Chicago Booth and MIT Sloan?
Don’t listen to all the jerks in the back row who say you can’t. Note: Significant others of Foster MBAs are known within the program as ‘blue dots’ due to the small stickers traditionally placed on their name tags during welcome weekend to distinguish between students and their partners for logistics’ sake.It’s made our Seattle experience worth-while, and I’ve really cherished the time I’ve spent getting to know them. They will get what you’re going through, and you can all laugh about the experience together. I love the chance to sit on the couch and watch You Tube videos about cats without judgment, read whatever books I want, and eat as many cookies as I can.If that is not your jam then take some to think about what makes you happy. The very best thing about my last year in NYC was that my partner was across the country so I got spend so much more time with my friends than I would have otherwise. There are all of these opportunities to engage the community here, and two years, as I state below, is an extremely short amount of time in the grand scheme of things. Take advantage of everything that’s available to you, because once it’s gone, it’s over. I spent one very long month reading all about how MBA relationships just don’t work out. It is not exactly a great score, but I have decided that I will rather spend my summer writing essays than re-taking the GMAT.In the early fall, I'll submit applications to a number of top 15 schools in the U. and maybe also people are obviously overrepresented, but I've been told that given my geographic background (an international student fresh off the boat from Western Europe), I'll have a decent shot at the top schools in the U. I already have a master's degree in accounting/finance, feel well equipped for my current job technically, and might even consider going back to my current fund in Northern Europe.