Tag Archives: advice for applicants from the military

B-Schooled Episode #2: Interview with Nick, SBC Client and HBS Class of 2020 Student

You don’t want to miss the second episode of B-Schooled! In it, our host — SBC admissions consultant Erika — has an all-encompassing chat with her former client Nick, who was accepted to both HBS …

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Great New Resource Guide for Veteran MBA Applicants

Military MBA applicants tend to blow other candidates out of the water, figuratively speaking, because they have a wealth of experience to draw from at a very young age. In fact, my very first client, …

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Transitioning from the Armed Forces? MBA Advice from a Kellogg Veteran

Guest post by  Joe Marshall, Admissions Lead for Kellogg Veterans at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management Transitioning out of the military can be a scary process.  Not only are you giving up the camaraderie and …

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Sorry Military MBA Applicants, There’s No Manual for B-School Research

In this guest post directed at military applicants, army veteran and Cornell MBA Peter Sukits shares candid, actionable advice for military veterans considering a transition to a full-time MBA program. Pete is an aspiring career coach, …

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Tuck School Does Some Myth-Busting for Military Applicants

Current and former members of the armed forces possess numerous skills that admissions boards value in an MBA candidate. Real-world leadership experience, the ability to strategize and think on their feet, and being able to …

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