We spend a lot of time on this blog talking about all of the things that can help you get a handle on the admissions process and prepare you to submit the best MBA application you can.
To kick-start summer and what is for many a critical time for MBA planning, we are excited to offer an application fee waiver to those who attend one of our Class Visit Days now through August!
This intensive, three-day event is the capstone to the initial 10-weeks of in-class, Career Management programming.
This article was written by Ivey’s Executive Director of Career Management and Corporate Recruiting, Sharon Irwin-Foulon. It was featured in this week’s Globe and Mail and we thought it was worth re-posting here!
For about a year now, I have had a new fitness passion — CrossFit. CrossFit is a strength and conditioning program that uses constantly varied functional movements performed at high intensity.
If you are spending a lot of time on, and money for, an education, you want the school to be the very best at providing a method of learning that teaches critical analysis, developing solutions to complex problems, working with ambiguity, and more.
Studying for the GMAT requires focus and motivation. Chris Asper, Ivey MBA Recruiting Manager, draws from an unexpected source to share two tips on getting and maintaining motivation during the GMAT journey. Click on the image below to watch the video.
With our Early Application Round just two months away on May 5, 2014, Ivey MBA Recruiting and Admissions Director Greg Yantz lays out three key things that should be part of the decision-making process.
Inspired by the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, Ivey MBA Recruiting Managers Julia Michienzi and Chris Asper compare what it takes to compete at the Olympics to what it takes to get into an MBA program.
If you resolved in January that 2014 is the year you will put your MBA decision into action, here are some good next steps to accomplish before spring!