Already a Bloomberg.com user?
Sign in with the same account.
Don't have an account?
Help! I can't access my account.
The low cost and shorter duration were both huge. The reputation of the school (both overall and MBA) and the devoted alumni base were also important when entering recruitment/workforce.
To much focus on grades and academics. Although they are important, the emphasis causes students to limit their focus to getting an A versus networking and finding the right job for them. Students who struggled to find internships and jobs did so because they cared more about getting As.
The program really cares about you as an individual. The administrators are committed to your success and to make the program better--from the dean on down they are working to fix it to make the program the best in the country.
The accelerated program of 16 months instead of the usual 24 months made it difficult to truly absorb information due to the 'fire-hose' effect. It was too fast paced to be able to commit more of the knowledge to long-term memory. The pace of the program, particularly during the first year, required long hours of study, leaving little free time to participate in extracurricular activities.
The best thing about my MBA program is the very talented diverse and experienced staff. All of my professors had an enormous amount of knowledge in the subject they taught. They had years of real life work experience as well as in the class room. The professors are so highly regarded that the majority consult for major companies.
Employer data includes graduates and current students.
©2014 Bloomberg L.P. All Rights Reserved. Made in NYC