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Kellogg and Chicago GSB Part Time Programs [#permalink]
30 Jan 2007, 08:44
Ladies and Gents:
Before getting started on the application process, I am trying to gather some information about these programs- beyond the brochure and the info session. Specifically, my concern is whether a PT program ( even blue-chip one like GSB or Kellogg) provides sufficient networking opportunities and career resources to make a relatively smooth transition to a new field. Did anyone investigate this aspect of these PT programs? I'll greatly appreciate any information/guidance/suggestions you can provide on this.
My background is in transportation infrastructure consulting and I plan to transition to a career in Infrastructure Investment Banking/Municipal Finance.
GMAT: 770, Q 51, V 42
Grad GPA (Engineering): 4.0/4.0
Work Ex: 7.5 years ( Currently work as a Senior Analyst for a Consulting Firm)
Extra Curriculars/Community Involvement: Moderate