When thinking about what we wish we had known while applying for MBA programs, the team had a lot of different answers and advice. Here’s our Top 5.
As three of the Poets & Quants “2018 MBAs to Watch,” these Boothies talk about their favorite professors and courses, proudest professional moments, and biggest b-school regrets. They also share their best advice for anyone applying to Chicago Booth’s MBA Program.
As the outgoing Booth Experience team, for what seems like the last 10 weeks we’ve been asked how we felt about graduating, so we thought we’d give you a few of our top 10s.
On behalf of The Booth Experience team and our entire Chicago Booth community, congratulations to the Class of 2020 Round 2 admitted students!
Whether you’ve dreamed of getting your MBA since grade school or made a more recent decision to pursue your business degree, we are so excited for you! Congratulations — you earned it! This is a really special time, so make sure to soak it in and celebrate!
Welcome to the Booth Family!
Have you ever wondered what Booth was like 10 or 20 years ago? How the student experience has changed and which elements of the Booth experience still stand true today? No matter where you are in the world?
In this series, we speak to three African alums from the classes of 1997, 2007, and 2017 to trace back their journeys and learn how the student experience here at Booth has evolved through the decades. We’ll also see what the Booth MBA has meant to their careers and to furthering growth in various countries in Africa.
In this first blog post, Richard A. Osei, ‘97, who currently works in Venture Capital and Private Equity in Accra, Ghana, talks about his motivation to attend Booth, how a leadership course with Harry Davis continues to be instrumental today, and growing the Booth brand in Ghana.