I had heard about the great Ivey community and network before I joined Ivey, but I did not expect it to be this strong, or this supportive. I know I am forming friendships and relationships with people who will have my back for a lifetime.
Now I am more confident about my unique background. I am proud of who I am and I am more than ever deeply convinced that I can be an asset as valuable as local people because of my diversity.
While our class could consistently provide good contribution like basic facts and numbers, one thing I immediately struggled with was excellent contribution. Excellent contribution meant that you had to think on your feet and drive deep, relative insight that brought something new to the table.
But the transformation is not only academic, it is deeply human. Every morning, when I look around, I realize how privileged I am: the best talents in Canada and abroad, all united in the same classroom. And everyone is here for a reason.
In many of our blogs and communications, you will hear our Recruiting and Admissions team talking about how assessing your fit for an MBA program is one of the most critical components when making your business school decision. But what do we mean by fit and why is it so important?
Does your resumé truly showcase your strengths? Is it as clear as it needs to be? In this blog post, get some tips from the MBA Admissions Team for putting together a strong resumé with the goal of applying to an MBA program.
In this blog post, Executive Director of Ivey Masters Programs, J.D. Clarke, lays out five steps you can follow to help choose the right MBA program for you. Being educated on all the different aspects of an MBA will help you feel more confident about your choice.
In this blog post, Kathryn Tang, Ivey MBA 2017, speaks about her experience with New Venture Project and Global Ivey Day as well as discussing the strong connection she feels to the Ivey community — both peers and alumni.
We all know some things look good on paper but don't always work in practice. And that sentiment should be taken into consideration when deciding if the time is right for an MBA.
When we speak to prospective students, especially those who are from outside of Canada, one of the questions asked is, “If I want to land a job in Toronto, don’t I need to attend an MBA program in Toronto?” We're unsure where this idea originates from because it’s a myth for two reasons.