My long-term goal includes extending the company’s reach into surrounding cities, and eventually beyond national barriers, becoming a global marketing manager.I expect to gain skills and experiences from ABC Business School that will propel my short and long-term goals.
“There is no word limit for this question,” advises HBS admissions.
“We think you know what guidance we’re going to give here. Just answer the question in clear language that those of us who don’t know your world can understand.” Each of the three applicants above wrote a clear and compelling essay in their applications, essays that , the MBA student newspaper at Harvard Business School.
“Because the question is so open-ended, it is important to reflect as much as possible and give yourself the time (in my case two months) to go on the journey necessary to realize what you care most about communicating and how to do so in the most effective way.
I also cannot overstate the importance of finding someone who will give you honest feedback.
I hope to develop an experiential and diverse learning experience and have the opportunity to interact with different groups of people to learn from their business insights and endeavours.
From ABC Business School, I seek the tools and resources needed to further engage in my marketing knowledge, perform professional strategic analyses, and re-evaluate my past work experiences.
And a female consultant whose passion became healthcare.
Three MBA applicants to Harvard Business School last year.
ONE APPLICANT DID 25 DRAFTS BEFORE COMING UP WITH ONE SHE LIKED ENOUGH TO SUBMIT Behind every MBA application is a person and a story, and in this trio of representative essays the approaches taken by each candidate is as different as the essays they submitted to the admissions committee at HBS.
The engineer went through took eight drafts over two months.