As an Admissions Fellow, a number of second-year students have the privilege of interviewing prospective students and playing a part in shaping the future student body at Booth. While the interview candidates do most of the talking in these conversations, as an interviewer I like to see what interesting questions I’m asked at the end of the interview that allow me to reflect on my Booth experience. Here are some questions I have been asked that helped in this reflection.
Greetings from Hyde Park! It’s now November, and the Booth Admissions team is in full swing of the Round 1 interview season. As an Admissions Fellow, I am one of several second-year students responsible for conducting on-campus interviews with Full-Time MBA applicants. Short of revealing the secrets to how our admissions team evaluates applications, I’m going to provide you with five pieces of advice that will not only help you during your interview, but also help you evaluate whether Booth is the right school for you.
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.
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!