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Everyone is willing to help one another out. This extends beyond the classroom to interview prep, networking into companies, and professional development.
The best thing about the MBA program was the diverse work history that the students brought to the classroom. As we discussed various topics there was rarely, if ever, a topic or situation that was completely new the the students as a whole. Someone in the room had faced a similar situation in their career and could expound on the topic. The professors welcomed class discussions and managed the group discussions rather than claiming to the be only authority in the room.
I would have liked to see more recruiters from top companies visit campus.
The best thing about the BYU MBA program was the level of collaboration and teamwork. Everyone was deeply invested in the success of their classmates. We were all stronger and better because we motivated, encouraged, and helped one another.
The worst thing about the BYU MBA program was the location. Provo, Utah is slowly become a part of "Silicon Slopes" with a growing presence of tech companies, but it still has a ways to go before it rivals the Bay area or an East Coast metropolis.
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