Applying and Getting Accepted


Many schools ask applicants to submit one or two essays in order to gain a more in-depth understanding of the student's abilities.

Common subjects include your strengths and weaknesses, the most significant learning experiences in your life, or your future career plans.

Admission Officers be looking for how the essay is constructed and presented, as well as for interesting content.

It is not unusual for popular business schools to place a great deal of importance on essays when granting entry.

Make your essay truly stand out. Make it as original and entertaining as possible, but above all make sure it is relevant to your application.  Use your essays to convey your key strengths and personal qualities. 

Many examples of successful application essays can be obtained from a variety of online sources. Learn from their structure and content, but never ever plagiarise them.



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2.0 Selecting a Business School

3.0 Applying and Getting Accepted

4.0 Doing the MBA Course

5.0 Life after your MBA