B-Schooled Podcast Episode #107: The Inside Scoop on Short- and Long-term Career Goals

Nearly every school will ask you some version of the following question: “What are your short and long-term term career goals?“

Not only is this question essential to nail, but tackling it in the right way can provide a “North Star” for your entire application—linking together who you are, what you’ve done, where you want to go, and how an MBA will help you get there.

Today we sit down with MBA admissions expert Christina Fu to dive into what works and what doesn’t regarding short and long-term career goals. This podcast is especially helpful for those who:

1. Already have a clear idea of their post MBA goals and want to articulate these most powerfully
2. Are still deciding between two possible career paths, or
3. Candidly have no idea what they want to do after B school… and this group is larger than you’d think, so you are not alone!

Listen to B-Schooled episode #107 here, or on any of the major podcast platforms below.

B-Schooled is available on most major podcast apps, including:

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Meet Susan, just one of the many superstars on the SBC team. Susan was the Director of Recruitment and Admissions at London Business School LBS and also the Director of the Executive MBA program at Columbia Business School CBS.

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