Tag Archives: Stanford GSB

Applying: Part 11 (picking your school)

And you’ve done it. You’ve applied, you’ve interviewed, you’ve gotten the magic phone call. I missed the call the first time around, and looking at my phone and seeing that missed call was one of those moments that is great … Continue reading

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Applying: Part 5 (work experience)

I didn’t have very much work experience when I applied to the GSB. My resume was filled up mostly by a variety of summer internships that lasted about two months and school-year jobs that were only a couple of hours … Continue reading

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Applying: Part 2 (consultants)

***Update on this “series”: I think I will end up with around 11 or 12 posts detailing the application process as I experienced it. I know that a lot of people are in the midst of the application process even … Continue reading

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Applying: Part 1 (picking schools)

As far as picking schools goes, I don’t think that anything I have to say is groundbreaking. Below I’ve laid out the process the way I approached it. When I did this I skimped on step 2- I ended up … Continue reading

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Applying: Part 0 (introduction)

Last night I stopped to think about who the actual audience for this blog is. I’m pretty sure that only individuals interested in the GSB will take the time to read any of my posts. Out of that group, current … Continue reading

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To Car or not to Car

One of the many questions I’m debating while getting ready for the fall is whether or not to purchase a car. I’ve heard that about half the first years and maybe 80 or 90 percent of the second years owns … Continue reading

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Housing

Today’s topic is…..housing! One of the most important factors for me in choosing an MBA program was picking one with a very strong community. I was drawn by schools with relatively small programs where the students live close together and … Continue reading

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