B-Schooled Podcast Episode #201: 12 To Do’s for MBA Admits, Part 1 of 2

B-Schooled
If you’re heading to business school this year, congrats! The hard part—pulling together your application materials and interviewing—is definitely over, but there are still some critical decisions you need to make and things you need to do between now and matriculation.

We’ll cover the first six of these “to do’s” in this week’s encore episode of B-Schooled, including ensuring your professional network endures, building your new MBA network, and thinking through important job-related moves that could have big consequences.

We’ll also discuss what you should do to avoid possible background check issues after you’re admitted. If that’s something that concerns you, be sure to check out SBC’s MBA PreCheck service.

Get all of the details in B-Schooled episode #201, which you can listen to here or on any of the podcast apps listed below.

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

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Please be sure to subscribe to B-Schooled so that you don’t miss a thing. Also, if there’s something you’d like for us to cover in a future episode, please email podcast@stacyblackman.com. We’d love to hear from you!

Stacy Blackman

SBC’s star-studded consultant team is unparalleled. Our clients benefit from current intelligence that we receive from the former MBA Admissions Officers from Kellogg, Booth and every elite business program in the US and Europe.  These MBA Admissions Officers have chosen to work exclusively with SBC.

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Meet Beth who held the position of Director of Admissions for Kellogg’s Full Time MBA program selecting candidates for the 2-year, 1-year, MMM and JD MBA programs.

Meet Kim, who was an Senior Associate Director of Admissions at Chicago Booth.

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