I would like to seek advice from UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO experts. The school offers the Graduate Student at Large Program. Would you advice for me to take classes from this and are these classes going to be credited when I get accepted to Kellogg or U of Chicago in the future? I am a foreign graduate with low GPA and would like to demonstrate competency on business classes. Should I take classes from the GSAL?
I'm not familiar with the GSAL program, but I would expect that these classes would not earn you any credit once you're in b-school. Most universities' b-schools are run fairly separately from the rest of the school, and have their own specialized classes, so your GSAL work probably won't apply. I'm noy 100% sure.
But it could be worth taking a few classes and earning a high GPA to make up for your past GPA, like you suggested (whether it's part of the GSAL or at another school). That's definitely something that I would recommend.
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