All posts by Suzi Singh

Prospective Student FAQ, Part I: Chicago Living

I’m a seasoned First Day volunteer and I jump at every other opportunity to talk with prospective students about Booth. So, I’m very familiar with the kinds of questions prospective Booth students have. In this post, I have made an attempt to answer the most frequented asked questions with regard to Chicago living. Continue reading Prospective Student FAQ, Part I: Chicago Living

Making it Work: Long Distance Relationships at Booth

Gaining admission into business school is an exciting time that can be accompanied by difficult decisions. For people in relationships, the decision of whether both partners should move to a new city often arises. There are a ton of factors to consider when making this decision (e.g., career goals, immigration constraints, distance) and each couple must make the decision that is right for them. When I was admitted to Chicago Booth, my husband, Jatinder, and I carefully weighed the pros and cons and ultimately decided that he would stay in Minneapolis while I lived in Chicago. Continue reading Making it Work: Long Distance Relationships at Booth

Psychologist to Marketer, Part III: The Internship

In case you missed my previous posts on career switching and marketing classes at Booth, let me bring you up to speed. Prior to Booth, I trained as a clinical psychologist and worked as an assistant professor. Currently, I am a second year student at Booth pursuing a career in marketing. Over the summer, I was an associate brand manager intern with a large consumer packaged goods company. In this post, I will describe my internship experience in hopes that it will give you a sense of what an internship in brand management is like.
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Psychologist to Marketer, Part II: Staying the Course

As a career-switcher moving from psychology to marketing, Booth’s marketing coursework has been important for giving me the knowledge and skills I need to transition successfully to a new career. Although I have enjoyed many of my courses at Booth, I want to highlight my favorite courses here (in no particular order). Continue reading Psychologist to Marketer, Part II: Staying the Course