Tag Archives: MBA students

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First-Year MBAs Share How Connections They’ve Made, Understanding They’ve Gained Is Helping Them Set Goals in 2021


With the first semester complete, first-year MBAs are feeling more confident in their abilities and are looking forward to the semester ahead. Many have already set goals for the new year and are excited about what their second semester will

Consortium | Featured | Students

MBAs Launch John Lewis Racial Justice Case Competition to Bring Together Students, Companies Seeking Meaningful Change


In the early days of June, at the height of protests over nationwide racial injustices, Brian Mitchell, associate dean of the full-time MBA program at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, hosted a check-in Zoom call with rising second-years about

Featured | Students

First-Year MBAs Share How They’re Building Community, Staying Focused Despite Challenges Posed by Pandemic


With the first semester well underway, first-year MBAs have now gotten a feel for the ins and outs, the benefits and challenges of business school. After many weeks — and some trial and error — students have largely found their

Consortium | Featured | Pre-MBA | Students

What I Wish I Knew: Consortium MBAs Share Learned Advice on Preparing for Business School


You’ve taken the GMAT, written your essays, gotten letters of recommendation and submitted your complete MBA applications. Now it’s time to sit back and take it easy while you anxiously await decisions. 

But, if you thought this was supposed to

Featured | Students

Seizing Opportunity: MBA Students on How to Successfully Secure Internships


When it comes to demonstrating to employers that you’re the right candidate for the internship or job, your resume does a lot of the talking. But while educational background, professional experience and competencies are all important, by themselves they are …