Leadership is King: Interview with IMD’s Lisa Piguet

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IMD_Piguet-LisaIf you are considering pursuing an MBA at IMD then you are in luck. This week’s guest on Admissions Straight Talk is Lisa Piguet, Associate Director of MBA Admissions and Marketing at IMD.

Listen to the interview to get the details about IMD’s unique program, the admissions process, and some excellent advice for applicants.

00:02:05 – The (intense!) structure of the IMD MBA program.

00:06:41 – Work experience a must.

00:08:53 – Innovations of the new program director.

00:13:47 – Why the serious changes to the IMD application?

00:19:01 – The Day Long Assessment: what it is and why it’s here to stay.

00:21:35 – Career Placement at IMD: are the rumors true?

00:23:52 – Advice for IMD applicants.

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Relevant Links:

•  IMD
•  MBA Admission for Smarties: The No-Nonsense Guide to Acceptance at Top Business Schools 
•  2014 Virtual Panel: Exploring European B-Schools

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