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Recruiting trends and career svs assistance-Top Weekend Prgs

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New post 10 Sep 2010, 08:03
Folks,

I couldn't find a thread that is dedicated to specifics on top weekend MBA programs such as- overall feedback on career services and placement assistance, and 2010 recruiting trends and statistics for Weekend MBA programs. I am really interested to hear from folks who are actually attending Weekend programs at the following top rated schools or attended one of these schools in past 2 years. I am sure there are tons of folks on this forum who belong to one of these categories.

As a side note, I have heard a lot of good things in general about these weekend programs, but I would love to hear some real honest feedback in a little more detail such as- percentage/number of students placed in their class by graduation, career switchers who landed in their dream jobs, how helpful was career services to these weekend students, how many top consulting firms/I-banks/large corporations they interviewed with, and what role are they in now.

Offcourse, I do not expect the numbers to be exact but any sort of representation on these specifics would be really helpful to a lot of weekend applicants for 2011.

Although I would love to hear on all top programs, I am specifically interested in the following schools:

1. Chicago Booth
2. Kellogg School of Management
3. Ross- Michigan Ann Harbor
4. NYU Stern

Any honest feedback will be really appreciated. Please be specific to weekend programs, if possible.

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New post 15 Sep 2010, 06:21
Great question! I'm applying to a few of the above PT programs, and while I have no feedback for you I'll be watching this thread with interest.
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Re: Recruiting trends and career svs assistance-Top Weekend Prgs   [#permalink] 15 Sep 2010, 06:21
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