Poets & Quants Partners with Ross School for MBA Summit

Michigan Ross MAP programBusiness education news portal Poets & Quants is partnering with Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan for an interactive MBA panel event on May 1st that will address key questions about the MBA admissions process from prospective b-school applicants.

The live and live-streaming program, hosted by Poets & Quants founder and editor-in-chief John A. Byrne, will include admissions directors from Michigan Ross, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, and Yale School of Management, as well as executives from top recruiters at Google, McKinsey, and Amazon. MBA program graduates will also be there to answer questions about the applicant, student and recruiting experiences.

Byrne calls this a unique event designed to provide a window into the whole MBA experience. “Over the course of three panels, students and alumni will get the inside scoop on finding the right MBA program, the application process, and finally what the top recruiters look for in an MBA — all streamed live to the Poets&Quants homepage and website.”

And as Ross admissions director Soojin Kwon explains in a recent update to her blog, “We will answer questions like: how we assess and weight each part of the application, and what to do if you have a less-than-stellar GPA.”

 The MBA Summit invites prospective students to attend the event in person on the Ann Arbor campus (seating is limited), or to register to view the livestream on May 1, 2018 at 9 a.m. ET. Learn more about the MBA Summit event and register  for this great opportunity today.

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