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# Haas (UC Berkeley) EWMBA 2013 - Calling All Applicants

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23 Jan 2013, 17:02
Any R1 applicants received interview calls this week ? Or, are any R1 applicants interviewing this week ?
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23 Jan 2013, 17:14
Anyone from R2 receive interview invite? My status still shows Incomplete/Reviewable.
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23 Jan 2013, 17:23
"That's probably the same reason UCLA makes the deposit for R1 due on 1/31 when Berkeley announces R1 admits on 2/1."

Actually, from reading last year's thread, it looks they called up most of the admits one day before the R1 decision date. Of course, the online status was updated on the decision day itself.

So chances are that you'll be in a position to save your deposit money, if things go your way.
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23 Jan 2013, 18:17
suchivuk wrote:
Any R1 applicants received interview calls this week ? Or, are any R1 applicants interviewing this week ?

Still waiting and hoping. Strangely my Statistics course went from being "Complete," where it had been for about a month, to "Incomplete."
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23 Jan 2013, 23:31
hey guys,

looking at the class entering in fall 2012, seems like everyone is ATLEAST has a manager title.
so does that mean being an individual contributor in a big organization would hurt my chances?
i am a typical asian male in software engineering...
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23 Jan 2013, 23:55
Interesting !! The same question came up in a recent info session that i went to. The current students who actually did the Q&A were all titled manager and above. One of the prospective students asked - Are only mgrs and above hired ?. To which, the students responded - No, they have a good representation of individual contributors also in their cohorts. Hope that helps !!
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24 Jan 2013, 00:14
suchivuk wrote:
Interesting !! The same question came up in a recent info session that i went to. The current students who actually did the Q&A were all titled manager and above. One of the prospective students asked - Are only mgrs and above hired ?. To which, the students responded - No, they have a good representation of individual contributors also in their cohorts. Hope that helps !!

I work for one of the top tech companies (Google/Apple/Microsoft/Amazon) and have the same issue ... I don't have a lead or manager title. This fact has got me nervous.

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24 Jan 2013, 00:19
suchivuk wrote:
Interesting !! The same question came up in a recent info session that i went to. The current students who actually did the Q&A were all titled manager and above. One of the prospective students asked - Are only mgrs and above hired ?. To which, the students responded - No, they have a good representation of individual contributors also in their cohorts. Hope that helps !!

Almost all the Asian males/females have a manager title. You could check their linkedin profiles.
I am not sure if there is ANY hardware/software engineer in the list. I see Product managers, Program Managers, etc...
That is a bit discouraging because I know for a fact that people like me are in Engineering because we love it and now need an MBA to leverage our product development knowledge...
But I hope whoever said that they have a good representation of individual contributors knows of a few hands-on engineers...
Or is it a case that hands-on engineers should not be applying to EWMBA?
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24 Jan 2013, 00:23
riskall wrote:
suchivuk wrote:
Interesting !! The same question came up in a recent info session that i went to. The current students who actually did the Q&A were all titled manager and above. One of the prospective students asked - Are only mgrs and above hired ?. To which, the students responded - No, they have a good representation of individual contributors also in their cohorts. Hope that helps !!

Well, I mean what else were they going to say? "Yeah...you guys without Manager titles got suckered into applying to a school where you have no shot...mwhahaha"

I work for one of the top tech companies (Google/Apple/Microsoft/Amazon) and have the same issue ... I don't have a lead or manager title. This fact has got me nervous.

riskall,

i just have a feeling that you and i might have similar profiles in that case...
mind sharing urs?
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24 Jan 2013, 00:24
speedingdaemon wrote:
suchivuk wrote:
Interesting !! The same question came up in a recent info session that i went to. The current students who actually did the Q&A were all titled manager and above. One of the prospective students asked - Are only mgrs and above hired ?. To which, the students responded - No, they have a good representation of individual contributors also in their cohorts. Hope that helps !!

Almost all the Asian males/females have a manager title. You could check their linkedin profiles.
I am not sure if there is ANY hardware/software engineer in the list. I see Product managers, Program Managers, etc...
That is a bit discouraging because I know for a fact that people like me are in Engineering because we love it and now need an MBA to leverage our product development knowledge...
But I hope whoever said that they have a good representation of individual contributors knows of a few hands-on engineers...
Or is it a case that hands-on engineers should not be applying to EWMBA?

It's the revenge of the business folks man! They are sticking it to the Engineers
BTW: Program Manager isn't really a manager in the typical sense of the word. I would consider them IC's.
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24 Jan 2013, 00:29
riskall wrote:
speedingdaemon wrote:
suchivuk wrote:
Interesting !! The same question came up in a recent info session that i went to. The current students who actually did the Q&A were all titled manager and above. One of the prospective students asked - Are only mgrs and above hired ?. To which, the students responded - No, they have a good representation of individual contributors also in their cohorts. Hope that helps !!

Almost all the Asian males/females have a manager title. You could check their linkedin profiles.
I am not sure if there is ANY hardware/software engineer in the list. I see Product managers, Program Managers, etc...
That is a bit discouraging because I know for a fact that people like me are in Engineering because we love it and now need an MBA to leverage our product development knowledge...
But I hope whoever said that they have a good representation of individual contributors knows of a few hands-on engineers...
Or is it a case that hands-on engineers should not be applying to EWMBA?

It's the revenge of the business folks man! They are sticking it to the Engineers
BTW: Program Manager isn't really a manager in the typical sense of the word. I would consider them IC's.

From what I have seen, I would consider a few Project Managers and Product Managers as IC's too...
But the fact that I don't have ANY sort of a managerial title makes me VERY nervous...
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24 Jan 2013, 00:31
speedingdaemon wrote:
riskall wrote:
suchivuk wrote:
Interesting !! The same question came up in a recent info session that i went to. The current students who actually did the Q&A were all titled manager and above. One of the prospective students asked - Are only mgrs and above hired ?. To which, the students responded - No, they have a good representation of individual contributors also in their cohorts. Hope that helps !!

Well, I mean what else were they going to say? "Yeah...you guys without Manager titles got suckered into applying to a school where you have no shot...mwhahaha"

I work for one of the top tech companies (Google/Apple/Microsoft/Amazon) and have the same issue ... I don't have a lead or manager title. This fact has got me nervous.

riskall,

i just have a feeling that you and i might have similar profiles in that case...
mind sharing urs?

Sure,
Male/Indian (I know...)
8 years W/E including last few in one of the top 3-4 tech companies as an Engineer.
I did have a formal team leadership role for a short period of time in a previous gig.
Have had top reviews throughout my career along with promotions.
GMAT is 720.
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24 Jan 2013, 00:34
speedingdaemon wrote:
From what I have seen, I would consider a few Project Managers and Product Managers as IC's too...
But the fact that I don't have ANY sort of a managerial title makes me VERY nervous...

Dude..the way I see it...you have done your part. No point worrying over things within the black box. Speculating on the other hand is definitely fun
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24 Jan 2013, 00:43
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Sure,
Male/Indian (I know...)
8 years W/E including last few in one of the top 3-4 tech companies as an Engineer.
I did have a formal team leadership role for a short period of time in a previous gig.
Have had top reviews throughout my career along with promotions.
GMAT is 720.

I guessed it right.
I am 30/M/Indian working for a top tech company in the bay area as an engineer.
never had a manager title, but lead various projects within my team...
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24 Jan 2013, 00:45
riskall wrote:
Dude..the way I see it...you have done your part. No point worrying over things within the black box. Speculating on the other hand is definitely fun

Speculating is definitely fun.
Coming up with random statistics and then guessing over what might happen on 1st feb is also fun...
I was just counting... and seems like there are 82+ people (out of 250 admitted students) from Indian origin in the class that joined in fall 2012.. :D
talk about being over represented... I am sure that 75% of those folks would be in tech.. :D
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24 Jan 2013, 00:46
speedingdaemon wrote:
riskall wrote:
Sure,
Male/Indian (I know...)
8 years W/E including last few in one of the top 3-4 tech companies as an Engineer.
I did have a formal team leadership role for a short period of time in a previous gig.
Have had top reviews throughout my career along with promotions.
GMAT is 720.

I guessed it right.
I am 30/M/Indian working for a top tech company in the bay area as an engineer.
never had a manager title, but lead various projects within my team...

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24 Jan 2013, 00:49
riskall wrote:

Yet another speculation, isn't it?
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24 Jan 2013, 00:55
speedingdaemon wrote:
riskall wrote:

Yet another speculation, isn't it?

Yep.
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24 Jan 2013, 08:08
speedingdaemon wrote:
suchivuk wrote:
Interesting !! The same question came up in a recent info session that i went to. The current students who actually did the Q&A were all titled manager and above. One of the prospective students asked - Are only mgrs and above hired ?. To which, the students responded - No, they have a good representation of individual contributors also in their cohorts. Hope that helps !!

Almost all the Asian males/females have a manager title. You could check their linkedin profiles.
I am not sure if there is ANY hardware/software engineer in the list. I see Product managers, Program Managers, etc...
That is a bit discouraging because I know for a fact that people like me are in Engineering because we love it and now need an MBA to leverage our product development knowledge...
But I hope whoever said that they have a good representation of individual contributors knows of a few hands-on engineers...
Or is it a case that hands-on engineers should not be applying to EWMBA?

24% of last year's incoming class came from Engineering, 11% from Project Management. I'd say you have a pretty decent shot. The biggest problem is that there are a lot of engineering applying and Haas doesn't want a class that's 75% engineers.
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24 Jan 2013, 10:04
Thanks for sharing
The one comment I would add is that for EWMBA the % of applicants interviewed to interview is much higher around ~60-80% based on various responses on this thread....
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