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Kellogg and Chi GSB PT- transition to new professional field

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New post 30 Jan 2007, 08:32
Fellow Part Time aspirants at Kellogg and Chicago GSB:

Going through most of the posts under the part time program its easy to conclude that most of us who are investigating part-time programs at Kellogg or Chicago GSB are unsure whether they can help us realize our goals especially if one is planning to switch to a new professional field.

Moreover, the schools do not provide clear statistics about the number of students in a graduating class who transition to new fields or the number of students in a PT class who utilized career services. Its hard to evaluate and compare programs based on the networking opportunities/career resources available to PT students unless one has friends enrolled in the program.

I think it will be great to have a post where we can share any information/suggestions/insight that can address this common concern plus any other issues specific to Kellogg and Chicago GSB PT programs .
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