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We are excited to announce that GMATClub has collaborated with many Business Schools and will be organizing CHAT SESSIONS in conjunction with Admission Committees as well as Current Students of these Business Schools. During the event Members of the Admission committees will be present in our CHAT ROOM to answer the queries related to school's admission process. This is your opportunity to get all your questions/queries clarified from the School's representatives.
Here are a few points to note 1) All the chat sessions will take place in our chat room. 2) We shall send the event notification of a school to all members who have added that school to their profiles. If you want to get event notification of the school you are interested in, please make sure the school is added to your profile. (Click here to add school(s) to your profile)
Date: October 10, 2014. Friday
SDA Bocconi School of Management
Event: Admissions chat with Francesca Roveda (Recruiting and Admissions Service, Masters Division)
Timing of the Session: 9.30 AM PDT (6.30 PM Central European Summer Time) on 10th October 2014.
Date: October 13, 2014. Monday
University of Oxford: Saïd Business School
Event: Admissions chat with Raquel Lison (Associate Director of MBA recruitment) Raquel Lison, Associate Director of MBA recruitment, will provide you with an overview of the Oxford MBA programme and explain the different steps in the application process that candidates should take to gain admission to the programme.
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Session Transcripts - Archive
Date: September 30, 2014. Tuesday
The University of Virginia : Darden School of Business Administration
"We have a very strong global community here at Darden and are looking for applicants who are excited to join our global network. Having international experience is not a requirement, but you should be able to demonstrate an interest in working with diverse teams." - Kristen Egan (Assistant Director of Admissions - UVA Darden School of Business)
The University of California at Irvine: Paul Merage School of Business
"We actually don't have an ideal candidate. During the review process, we are looking to create a diverse class in terms of professional & personal backgrounds. We want to know that someone would succeed academically, socially and professionally within the program." - Ashley Ramirez (Associate Director of Recruitment and Admissions - Paul Merage School of Business)
Date: September 23, 2014. Tuesday (in US), September 24, 2014. Wednesday (in China)
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology : School of Business (HKUST)
"In making the admissions decision, the admissions committee will consider a bundle of factors including your undergraduate performance, the quality and amount of your work experience, your global exposure, work references, GMAT score, IELTS/TOFEL result (if applicable), etc. There is no single factor that dominates the admissions decision" - Crystal Wong (Director Admissions and Marketing - HKUST Business School)
Event: Admissions chat with Mr. Rupesh Bisht (Associate Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at ISB)
Date: August 20, 2014. Wednesday
Cambridge University: Judge Business School
Event: Admissions chat with Mr. James Barker - MBA Admissions Co-ordinator at Judge(Cambridge)
"Essays provide an opportunity to 'colour' your application with your personality and experiences. So write well and show a good sense of self-reflection and thought about this MBA application process" - James Barker (MBA Coordinator - Judge(Cambridge) Business School)
Event: Admissions chat with representative of Columbia Business School
"Admissions isn’t a formula! We really are looking at the entire application package when we are reviewing applications. All of our students have something unique to offer to the program and to their classmates. Unfortunately I can’t give you a 'top five' things to place your focus. I suggest that you do your research." - Matthew Moll (Associate Director - Columbia Business School)