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Calling OWEN-Vanderbilt Applicants(2015 Intake)Class of 2017

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Sorry to be a pain and to keep posting, I am just really interested in Owen.

I plan on visiting Owen at some point before applying next year. Is there a preferred day for prospective students to come or is there a more representative day that I should attend, without the pageantry and red carpet?

Thank you all for the information.
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Please post all you like--we feel like we've stumbled on a hidden gem in Owen and would love to share it with great candidates.

As far as a good time to visit, I'd steer clear of the first quarter (we call them Mods) if possible. Fall in business school was probably the most chaotic period I've ever had in my life, especially as a 1Y student who's trying to manage classes, recruiter information sessions, and a budding social life. Instead, I would try to come in at some point in mid-October and on. Nashville is beautiful that time of the year so you can really enjoy your visit, which is (I'd say) the most underrated aspect of the b-school search. You want to love where you're living for 2 years, so selecting a school where you enjoy hitting the town with classmates is huge. You'll also get people in a more relaxed setting if you come in Mod 2, where they can focus on you instead of what's directly in front of their faces. Finally, the classes will be a bit better to audit for the day. We get our core courses done early, so I doubt you'll want to attend statistics, accounting, etc.

Regardless of the particular week, do everything in your power to come in for a Thursday lecture/interview and stay through Saturday. On Thursday evenings (5-8:30pm) we roll out kegs and wine and have a happy hour in our building, where there's also a fun event hosted by the students. I'd contend that this event is why we have the best atmosphere and community in all of business school (yes, that's a challenge!).

Plus you may be able to catch a Saturday SEC football tailgate!
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FROM Owen Press Releases: Commencement 2015
Martin S. Craighead (IEMBA '98), Chairman and CEO of Baker Hughes, delivers remarks to Vanderbilt University's Owen Graduate School of Management's Class of 2015.Image
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Hi everyone, I was recently admitted to Owen. I am pretty sure I'm going to enroll.

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1) Are there events over the summer I can attend prior to the first day of classes?
2) I'm fairly certain I'm going to choose Finance as a concentration and International Studies as an emphasis- where can I find information about courses I can take outside of the business school? I saw on Owen's website that language courses are a popular option- I would definitely be interested in exploring out-of-the-box options.
3) Do current students/alumni have recommendations as to where to live? I am looking for the least expensive options as close to campus as possible.


Thanks!!!
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Hi everyone, I was recently admitted to Owen. I am pretty sure I'm going to enroll.

Questions-
1) Are there events over the summer I can attend prior to the first day of classes?
2) I'm fairly certain I'm going to choose Finance as a concentration and International Studies as an emphasis- where can I find information about courses I can take outside of the business school? I saw on Owen's website that language courses are a popular option- I would definitely be interested in exploring out-of-the-box options.
3) Do current students/alumni have recommendations as to where to live? I am looking for the least expensive options as close to campus as possible.


Thanks!!!


1. I do not believe there are any official events until orientation/math camp/etc in August. I know last year students had meet-ups they organized on the facebook group in LA, Nashville, NYC, and Boston among other places.
2. I know that Owen is very flexible and willing to work with students who wish to take classes at Vanderbilt outside of the Graduate School of Management. AFAIK, this is all done on an as-desired-individual-basis. I do not know if there is a list of classes online or at Academic Affairs that people take at "Big Vandy." (Everyone's interest in doing so is different...)
3. By close to campus, do you mean walking distance? And by inexpensive, do you mean by NYC standards or Middle America standards?
Here's a few locations I would check out:
-Bell Midtown
-Twenty and Grand
-Bell Hillsboro Village

I hope this helps! Congratulations on the Owen admit.
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OwenBound1052 wrote:
Hi everyone, I was recently admitted to Owen. I am pretty sure I'm going to enroll.

Questions-
1) Are there events over the summer I can attend prior to the first day of classes?
2) I'm fairly certain I'm going to choose Finance as a concentration and International Studies as an emphasis- where can I find information about courses I can take outside of the business school? I saw on Owen's website that language courses are a popular option- I would definitely be interested in exploring out-of-the-box options.
3) Do current students/alumni have recommendations as to where to live? I am looking for the least expensive options as close to campus as possible.


Thanks!!!


1. I do not believe there are any official events until orientation/math camp/etc in August. I know last year students had meet-ups they organized on the facebook group in LA, Nashville, NYC, and Boston among other places.
2. I know that Owen is very flexible and willing to work with students who wish to take classes at Vanderbilt outside of the Graduate School of Management. AFAIK, this is all done on an as-desired-individual-basis. I do not know if there is a list of classes online or at Academic Affairs that people take at "Big Vandy." (Everyone's interest in doing so is different...)
3. By close to campus, do you mean walking distance? And by inexpensive, do you mean by NYC standards or Middle America standards?
Here's a few locations I would check out:
-Bell Midtown
-Twenty and Grand
-Bell Hillsboro Village

I hope this helps! Congratulations on the Owen admit.


Awesome, thank you! I meant inexpensive by Middle America standards. I found a "Moving to Nashville" page through the Welcome to Owen website so I'll check that out for more info.

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Have an interview tomorrow, with Owen. Any tips, guys?
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Have an interview tomorrow, with Owen. Any tips, guys?


-Know *why you need/want an MBA*
-Know *why you want an MBA NOW*
-Know *why Vanderbilt is the right program for you*
-Research the program and speak to what concentrations/emphases/specializations/clubs interest you
-Know what firms recruit Vanderbilt students if there are some you are specifically interested in
-Demonstrate you have realistic short-term and long-term career plans
-Be able to give a 1-2 minute elevator pitch selling yourself to the interviewer as an applicant/job candidate
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A few specific tips would be to come across as very personable and collaborative in every answer. We look for people who are socially fluent and can get along with their classmates very easily. No offense to any other programs, but you'll never find a student you'd want to grab a beer with more than an Owen student.

I'd also recommend preparing examples of a strong quant background/interest/capability. Your first quarter (Mod) is extremely quant-heavy, and we need to know that you can not only keep up, but thrive. The ability to work with data is arguably the most important skill that employers look for in MBA grads, and if you struggle with this, it means that you'll struggle to get an internship/FT offer and that won't work out well for anyone. Now, I'm not saying that you have to be Nate Silver, but you need to be comfortable working with numbers.

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teleste and drivechipputt

Thank you guys for your insightful tips.

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How would I be able to show that I'm good with numbers in an interview. One way would be to show that I've done my homework on the school, using quantitative facts-something I do a lot of.What else, could I do? Any thoughts???

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And, about the Elevator pitch... when do I slip it in? will it be during the "Tell me about yourself" question? Or, will they actually ask me to sort of make a pitch, like "what will you bring to the classroom"
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You definitely won't want to rattle off stats about Owen (or any other program for that matter). When I say demonstrate quantitative skills, that's really your chance to talk about projects you've worked on where you have measurable data. "I saved XYZ company $400K in cost reductions by implementing a new system" or "My training led to 120% top-line growth, which has fueled our expansion efforts." These are examples of high-impact statements you'll want to incorporate into your interview.
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Folks on this forum have reported that they were asked for something in a similar vein to an elevator pitch. That's when you should bring it out. I wouldn't just launch into it if you're asked to tell them something about yourself.

By the way, they may not ask for a pitch. If that's the case, you can still take the pieces you'd use to sell yourself and plant them nicely into other portions of the interview.

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Have an interview tomorrow, with Owen. Any tips, guys?


Good luck! I found the interview to be very conversational with minimal direct questions. They aren't looking to stump you it is more trying to get to know you outside of the paper application. Don't hesitate to ask questions throughout the interview. It helps keep the flow of the conversation going.
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Folks on this forum have reported that they were asked for something in a similar vein to an elevator pitch. That's when you should bring it out. I wouldn't just launch into it if you're asked to tell them something about yourself.

By the way, they may not ask for a pitch. If that's the case, you can still take the pieces you'd use to sell yourself and plant them nicely into other portions of the interview.

:)

Good luck!


My interview went well, (I feel). They did ask for a sales pitch sort of question. I'm not sure if I did that great on it. Should've prepared harder for it.
in any case, got the waitlist decision last week.They were asking for a date till which i'd want to be in the waitlist. Gave it as 15th Jul.
Is there anything specific that Owen looks for. I'm thinking of writing an essay on things that I like about Owen and has helped me to make Owen my top choice.
Also, will try to speak to Owen alums from my organization.
If anyone has any suggestions on how to convert the waitlist into an admit for Owen, it will be really helpful.

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Is there anything specific that Owen looks for. I'm thinking of writing an essay on things that I like about Owen and has helped me to make Owen my top choice.
Also, will try to speak to Owen alums from my organization.
If anyone has any suggestions on how to convert the waitlist into an admit for Owen, it will be really helpful.

Thanks!!


Often a good way to convert from a waitlist into an MBA program is by improving your GMAT score. It is concrete and it is something that helps both an applicant's profile and the school. That might not do the trick in this case though. You already have a solid GMAT score. It might be strictly a numbers game at this point in terms of matriculating students. Maybe they'll take folks off the waitlist as spots open up (if any do). It might not have anything to do with your application profile. It is impossible to know. :X

The application cycle can be a wild ride. Keep the faith and best of luck!
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DebWenger wrote:
Is there anything specific that Owen looks for. I'm thinking of writing an essay on things that I like about Owen and has helped me to make Owen my top choice.
Also, will try to speak to Owen alums from my organization.
If anyone has any suggestions on how to convert the waitlist into an admit for Owen, it will be really helpful.

Thanks!!


Often a good way to convert from a waitlist into an MBA program is by improving your GMAT score. It is concrete and it is something that helps both an applicant's profile and the school. That might not do the trick in this case though. You already have a solid GMAT score. It might be strictly a numbers game at this point in terms of matriculating students. Maybe they'll take folks off the waitlist as spots open up (if any do). It might not have anything to do with your application profile. It is impossible to know. :X

The application cycle can be a wild ride. Keep the faith and best of luck!


Thanks mate!Appreciate your support.Hope a lot of slots open up, and I make it. :-D
Apart from everything that is great about Owen, its not that far from Atlanta, which makes it ideal for me.Have some of my best friends there. And I've heard that the Deloitte Atlanta office recruits heavily from Owen.
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Hello from the RelishMBA team, and congratulations on being admitted to the MBA Class of 2017! My name is Sarah, and I’m a recent Darden School of Business graduate who founded RelishMBA, an online recruiting platform built specifically for the business school recruiting market. As a recent grad who works full-time in the MBA recruitment space, I wanted to share some recruiting advice and tips to help you prepare for arriving on campus at Owen.

The first thing to be aware of is that MBA recruiting is a long and intense process. Recruiting activities begin quickly once you’re on campus and they take up a huge amount of your time and energy for most of your first year. While virtually all top MBA students have great jobs available to them, finding those jobs can be frustrating and stressful, with relevant information often hard to find and a complex networking process that can be tough to effectively manage. I started RelishMBA to address these problems and make the process more efficient for both students and employers.

The summer is a great time to get started with recruiting processes (while you don’t have to worry about school, student clubs, social life, and the dozens of other activities that fill up your time during first year). Luckily, there are a few things you can do to prepare before school starts in August: Relax. Explore. Prepare.

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For example, if you’re headed up to Wall Street, focus on the more quantitatively rigorous parts of your work experience, and try to make sure that your resume as a whole reflects an interest in and passion for finance and its associated disciplines. Future consultants will want to highlight problem-solving and analytical thinking. Marketers could talk about leading cross-functional teams or point out examples of especially effective communication.

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