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MBA Program Review
Best BSchool ever!
November 25 | 2016
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     By alantota 28 7
This review is for: Booth
Program:

Full Time MBA

Class of:

2017

Experience during the program

the MBA has been one of my best experience, wherever you make it will be really fun and you'll learn a lot, in particular, Booth is a school that helps its peers a lot so having the opportunity to be here will allow you not only to creat a network of really talented people but also of people that will help you throughout your whole life! Additionally, Booth has boosted my career exponentially in several ways: first I have learned in classes more than I expected with the flexible curriculum allowing me to choose what's important to me; second, booth gives a lot of support to entrepreneurs and this allowed me start my own business this year; lastly, being part of the family business group has increase my family business knowledge with all the speakers and lunch learns that they organize throughout the year and also it has increased my network which has allowed me to have people helping my family business with the generation transition.

About professors, classes and curriculum

The resources booth has for entrepreneurs and family business are a lot, you have the Polsky center to start with, this is a place specially for entrepreneurs where they can help you connect with people and give you advice on any question or concern you have. Then you have the New Venture Challenge (NVC), which is a class designed to launch a business, this has been the greatest class I've taken so far at booth, imagine sharks tanks and this is what the class is about you present twice in the quarter to VCs and investors your business and then you qualify to the finals to win up to 80k, in addition, this class will prepare you to present in front of a board and prepare business plans. There is also a place call CIE which is part of UChicago, this is a place where they provide you with space to work and mentors all year long, you can leverage all the expertise of this mentors to any topic you'd like to improve in. Additionally, there are several her programs such as the Accelarator or EIP (Entrepreneurship Internship Program) which gives you the opportunity to work on your own business or launch a new one on the summer and they'll give you some stipend for you to work on it full time, and classes such as building the new venture or new venture strategy that are design specifically for entrepreneurs.

About job placement process

Booth helped me with my career switch, I'm switching from the manufacturing industry to Tec. All the best companies recruit there and now I'm deciding between two of the best companies in the world for a job. This wouldn't be possible if I haven't been at Booth!

Overall BSchool experience
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Schools contribution
     (5.0)
Classmates rating
     (5.0)

Strengths of the program:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors

Student body, diversity

Alumni Network

Career opportunities provided by school

Brand/Ranking

Culture & Student Support

Best fit at this program:

Consulting

Finance

Marketing

Investment Banking

Tech

Entrepreneurship

Management

Can be improved:

Admissions Team


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MBA Program Review
An Incredible Two Years
November 25 | 2016
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     By Mustang2010 9 13
This review is for: Booth
Program:

Full Time MBA

Class of:

2016

Experience during the program

Booth is a pretty incredible place, but it is a unique environment that is best suited for those who are comfortable dealing with ambiguity and driven by intellectual curiosity.

The biggest factors that made me decide to attend Booth were:

(1) The flexible curriculum: I didn't appreciate this as much until I actually got into the program; it is incredible to choose what courses to take, what professors to have, and even what days of the week you want class.
(2) Student culture: If I had to sum it up, it would be the "pay-it-forward culture" -- 2Ys help 1Ys more than any program I have heard of. They help with everything from selecting classes to helping with interview prep. Since you take classes together (see #1), you build deeper relationships between classes.
(3) "Challenge everything": this is a motto of the school and it resonates within the classroom -- if you aren't challenging someone's ideas, then you're doing them a tremendous disservice.
(4) Chicago is an awesome city: the main campus is down in Hyde Park, but 80%+ students live in downtown Chicago (the 'Loop') closer to the Gleacher Center (Chicago Booth downtown campus). It would be better if the main campus was right down town, but by everyone coming together in HP, it creates a pretty cool student experience.
(5) Brand / rankings (if I am being honest).

Even with all these high expectations, the full-time experience exceeded them in almost every capacity. The support that you receive -- from the school, from second-years, and from your classmates is incredible. They never "get you a job" or "tell you what classes to take", but they're there to answer questions every step along the way.

If there was one thing I would recommend future applicants to do -- it'd be to figure out what makes Chicago Booth unique, and really ask yourself whether or not it's a good fit for you. A lot of people simply apply to the "top 5" schools, but the differences in culture, curriculum, and "focus" (whether it is social, academic, professional, etc.) can be stark. Do the "soul searching" before / while you apply to schools... not after you've made the decision.

About job placement process

Career placement is second to none -- every major company (consulting, IB, IM, and tech) recruits on campus. If anything, I think Booth's technology placement and entrepreneurship programs are underrated to its peers.

Overall BSchool experience
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Schools contribution
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Classmates rating
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Strengths of the program:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors

Career opportunities provided by school

Brand/Ranking

Culture & Student Support

Best fit at this program:

Consulting

Finance

Investment Banking

Tech

Entrepreneurship

Can be improved:

Location


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MBA Program Review
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     By javierandre 5 1
This review is for: Booth
Program:

Full Time MBA

Class of:

2018

Experience during the program

Chicago Booth is an incredible program in one of the great cities in the US. If you have not visited Chicago, I highly recommend a visit. It is a huge draw that Booth should play up far more. For me, it was a big sell to be in a global city. If you enjoy a metropolitan experience, Booth should be high on your list. As Booth has also just moved to the #2 spot in the MBA rankings, every applicant should have Booth on their short list.

My first goal going into school was to have a diverse network of students to bond with. I was immediately blown away by the global nature of the class. From Moscow to Yugoslovia to Guatemala, if you are looking a program who truly is serious about a diverse class, Booth is highly committed to finding students from all the world.

Secondly, I was seeking a program that had the career services to help get my career to the next level. I will confidently say that Booth's career services is one of their great competitive advantages. They are a powerful force with intimate connections in every industry you can imagine and with the ability to help students land the most niche, specialized jobs. I've witnessed them help students get very specific jobs in the most far away countries they were targeting. Although Booth is known for finance and consulting, their career services is powerful enough for any student. Booth career services is a machine that will get you wherever you want to go.

Third, I wanted a program with a strong alumni network. I tested this by cold calling alums after my admittance. The responses were 100%. Some late but all replied. I actually didnt truly realize this until later on via conferences and networking that the Booth alumni network is powerful, loyal, and embedded in every industry. For those seeking a voluminous network, Booth fits the bill.

Lastly, I wanted to have the best two years of my life. Booth works harder and plays harder than any program I encountered. Chicago is the perfect place to encapsulate both; a serious global business city, but the epicenter of great social and nightlife events. I was fantastically surprised by the nature of the admits, they were over the top helpful and friendly. Booth admissions has done a fantastic job of selecting students. For those who seek a good balance of work and play, Booth is also a great fit.

I hope I've been able to cover the major topics!

About job placement process

Chicago Booth's core competency is their career office; it is a machine with an expertise in helping find students jobs in any area far and wide no matter how niche.

Overall BSchool experience
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Schools contribution
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Classmates rating
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Strengths of the program:

Location

Brand/Ranking

Culture & Student Support

Best fit at this program:

Consulting

Finance

Investment Banking

Entrepreneurship

Can be improved:

Specialization in a particular area (e.g. Finance, Consulting, Healthcare, etc)


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1 Commented by bb on May 25, 2016
Thank you for the review... we really appreciate it. Though it does not look like you have started classes yet.... Would be really great to hear about the program in about a year. Good luck and congratulations!
MBA Program Review
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     By cheetarah1980 1345 423
This review is for: Booth
Program:

Full Time MBA

Class of:

2014

Experience during the program

For me Bschool is about taking two years to do what you normally wouldn't, socialize with people you would never even think to say hello to, or try a new working environment. I will readily say that Booth was not the school that felt like home to me. However, I did like the intellectual energy I felt in Harper Center, the advice I'd received from alums, and the positive endorsements about career services.

One of the questions that I am often asked about Booth from prospective students and recent admits is, "If there are no cohorts and students live all over Chicago does Booth really have much of a community?" I've also repeatedly read comments like, "the flexible curriculum does not allow for bonding," and "Booth is a commuter school." So does Chicago Booth have much of a community? I think that there are two main ways to define a school's community: tight-knit and engaged. I will say upfront that Booth does not have a tight-knit community. However, I would argue that neither do schools like Kellogg and Wharton (both of which are known for having strong communities). When people say a school's students are tight-knit they often are saying that everybody knows one another. I'd argue that when any class has more than 400 students it's impossible for the students to be tight-knit by that definition. So then if a school isn't tight-knit by the above definition does that mean that it does not have a strong community? Of course not! The biggest misconception is that Booth students are dispersed all over Chicago. The fact is that over 80% of students live within a 2 mile strip of the downtown neighborhoods the Loop, South Loop, and Streeterville. Heck, over 60% of students live in three buildings that are often referred to as the dorms (Millenium Park Plaza, Columbus Plaza, MDA). Just because Booth students do not live in close proximity to the school does not mean that they don't live in close proximity to one another.

Now let me address the lack of cohorts. Technically, Booth does have cohorts. Cohorted learning is only in place for Booth's one required course, LEAD, which takes place during orientation and the first 4 weeks of the first quarter. After LEAD there are a few big cohort based activities like Golden Gargoyles and Leadership Challenge, but for the most part cohort activities are spearheaded by cohort members and the graduate business council (i.e. cohort trivia, cohort t-shirt day, etc.). Although students aren't required to be at these events there is always a very healthy turnout. I think this illustrates the beauty that is Booth. At it's core this place is an exercise in free markets. Everything is driven by students' choices and Booth students choose to be actively involved with the school. Even without the typical structures to build school loyalty and student body engagement, students are so tied to Booth we often struggle to excoriate ourselves from the "Booth Bubble." There is more activity going on at Booth than any person can keep track of and the majority of it is student run. Booth students choose to invest their time in making sure this community is thriving. There is an overflow of people clamoring to participate in admit weekend, career services, admissions, and more. Oftentimes these activities require hours of work and we still want to do it. I think this speaks volumes to the ties people have to Booth.

I will readily admit that although Booth has a very vibrant community it is built differently than at other schools. In allowing people to pick their classes, schedule, and professors it's very much so a choose your own adventure kind of place. Booth fosters breadth of socializing, but it's up to the individual to determine where to seek depth. One of the best consequences of this breadth is a greater sense of cohesion between the 1st & 2nd year classes. This is the very opposite of the structure at most schools where the depth of socializing is built into the program and it's up to students to seek out a wider breadth. Truth be told the breadth was difficult for me at first. I felt that I was meeting a lot of people but not really forming deeper relationships. It wasn't until ski trip when I had a week of consistent socializing with people that I started really making friends. The opportunities to really bond with people are all over the place at Booth. However, it might take a little patience and being proactive to figure out what those opportunities are for you.

I will tell any prospective student how much I love being here, but I will also say that it isn't for everybody. If you really like structure and aren't looking to try something different then Booth isn't the school for you. If you tend not to be proactive in getting to know people then you probably shouldn't be here. However, if the bevvy of choice appeals to you or you want to try a social environment that is different from what you're used to then this might could be the place for you.

About job placement process

Deciding to attend Booth ultimately came down to determining that it was the school where I'd receive the best support in terms of recruiting. I was absolutely correct in that assessment. The career services team at Booth is phenomenal. Career coaches helped me plot my target list of companies. Second year career advisors gave me great feedback on my resume, cover letters, and interview skills. I had access to every company I came to school knowing I wanted to target and many more that I hadn't even thought of before getting here. I found job openings that weren't posted. I interviewed through both on-campus and off campus recruiting methods. In February I landed an offer from the world's largest retailer for the exact job I came to business school to get. Three weeks after receiving the offer I declined it in favor of joining Google in a role very similar to what I was doing pre MBA.

Overall BSchool experience
     (5.0)
Schools contribution
     (5.0)
Classmates rating
     (4.0)

Strengths of the program:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors

Alumni Network

Career opportunities provided by school

Best fit at this program:

Consulting

Finance

Investment Banking

Can be improved:

Culture & Student Support


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MBA Program Review
Proud Booth alum
February 01 | 2016
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     By mbaMissionKate 681 74
This review is for: Booth
Program:

Full Time MBA

Class of:

2008

Experience during the program

mbaMission

Review by an mbaMission Admissions Consultant who has attended Chicago Booth


I had an amazing experience at Booth. The program and culture live up to the mantras of "Challenge everything" and "Independent thought" in my experience. Personally, I was drawn to the fact that there is no one path at Booth -- you're not forced into a cohort, you're not told which classes you have to take, you're not assigned to study teams and instead, you have the freedom to chart your own course (within some guidelines of course!) and you gain much wider exposure (e.g., taking classes with 2nd years). Looking back, the LEAD course was extremely helpful and I apply those lessons about leadership and self-awareness everyday now. The student culture is very strong (and different than what many perceive) -- it's a bit different from other schools where there's a concentrated campus that everyone lives near and again, things aren't dictated for you. I was incredibly impressed by my classmates -- not just their intelligence and career drive but also their passion for traveling and experiencing the city of Chicago. I did not find it to be competitive at all - I think because of the grade non-disclosure but also in recruiting, I had so much help from my classmates.

A bit about my experience: I was a career changer. I worked in HR before and worked in consulting afterwards (boutique/startup firm in Chicago). My course specializations were Strategy, Economics, and Marketing. I was very involved with the Admissions team while there, serving on the student adcom, leading tours, planning admit weekend, etc. I also loved the Business Solutions Group where I worked on a pro-bono consulting project for a non-profit education company. I lived in Hyde Park (rare for Booth students, but I loved it).

My advice to future applicants: engage with the Booth community as much as possible. Visit campus, sit in on a class, talk to students and alums, connect with the alumni group in your closest city. Be prepared to have reasons for "Why Booth" beyond just the finance reputation and flexible curriculum.

About professors, classes and curriculum

Amazing professors - my personal faves were Murphy's Turbo Econ, Epley's Managing in Organizations and Boethner's Strategy and Structure. Also recommend taking advantage of the many lab classes and the Polsky Center for those interested in entrepreneurship.

About job placement process

Strong across the board but especially strong in consulting and finance. Companies that recruit for marketing are really impressive too, and they seem to value Booth's data-driven approach to marketing. Some classmates recruiting for jobs in California had to do more of their search on their own, but that may have improved since I was there.

Overall BSchool experience
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Schools contribution
     (5.0)
Classmates rating
     (5.0)

Strengths of the program:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors

Culture & Student Support

Best fit at this program:

Consulting

Finance

Marketing

Entrepreneurship

Can be improved:

Alumni Network


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MBA Program Review
Wonderful experience at Booth
January 26 | 2016
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     By johnnymac 107 36
This review is for: Booth
Program:

Full Time MBA

Class of:

2014

Experience during the program

For a career in finance, I think it's common knowledge that Booth is top. What people often don't realize is how well the school also does in marketing, tech and consulting (McKinsey, Apple and Kraft are top employers). I went the traditional finance route into investment banking and don't think there is a better choice for it ( including even Wharton). Booth bankers are all over the Street and in Silicon Valley at all the top banks, and they command a lot of respect.

Culturally, the school has really improved its atmosphere through the LEAD program and number of clubs and activities. It also allows students a great deal of independence and freedom to choose the friends and teammates they want without forcing anything (in true Friedman form). Finally you have th opportunity to live in on of the most underrated cities in the US, Chicago. It is better than Boston and Philly by a long shot and even New Yorkers enjoyed the break.

I think it would be hard to choose this school above Harvard or Stanford but it definitely holds its own against Wharton... Wouldn't even bother comparing with any other schools as only the three above compare.

About professors, classes and curriculum

Look up Goolsbee, Kaplan, Dhar, Thaler to get a feel for the talent

About job placement process

Everything is strong except probably general management. Finance, consulting, marketing and tech are all strongly represented

Overall BSchool experience
     (5.0)
Schools contribution
     (5.0)
Classmates rating
     (4.0)

Strengths of the program:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors

Career opportunities provided by school

Brand/Ranking

Best fit at this program:

Consulting

Marketing

Investment Banking

Can be improved:

Alumni Network


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MBA Program Review
Challenged by the Best
January 10 | 2016
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     By sunman 9 6
This review is for: Booth
Program:

Full Time MBA

Class of:

2015

Experience during the program

I came to Booth directly after an active duty military career, and at first, I honestly didn't know what to expect. I had done my research, but attending the institution itself is a completely different story than talking to alumni and reading articles online. The first thing that struck me about Booth was the quality of my classmates. These were some of the most intelligent and ambitious people I had ever met in my life. You are constantly challenged by those around you to bring your best, and there is a culture that encourages direct feedback. This may make you uncomfortable at first, especially if you come from a culture of more indirect communication, but you will soon find that acting on the direct feedback of your peers is one of the best ways to directly address your weaknesses and build upon your strengths.

About professors, classes and curriculum

Take New Venture Strategy with Jim Schrager. It's one of the best classes I took at Booth, and I'm looking to launch a startup now and he has been helpful with guidance even though I have graduated.

About job placement process

Recruiting wise, career services runs a really tight ship, and they fight for the students to get more rights with firms that recruit on campus. Personally, I know that for some of the top consulting firms, students who don't get close-listed are able to bid for interviews with those firms, and I know for a fact that my peers at some other schools do not have this process. The career services office wields power over firms on campus because of Booth's brand and reputation, and that works in the favor of the students.

Overall BSchool experience
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Schools contribution
     (5.0)
Classmates rating
     (5.0)

Strengths of the program:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors

Career opportunities provided by school

Brand/Ranking

Best fit at this program:

Consulting

Finance

Marketing

Investment Banking

Can be improved:

Culture & Student Support


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MBA Program Review
Great School, Great Experience
January 08 | 2016
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     By elbie 56 15
This review is for: Booth
Program:

Full Time MBA

Class of:

2015

Experience during the program

I had an incredible experience during my two years at Booth. To say it was the best two years of my life would not be an exaggeration. The new friends I made, the experiences both in the classroom and travelling the world, and the personal development opportunities all exceeded my expectations.

I believe that all top schools will provide wonderful opportunities to network, learn, grow, and experience new things and Booth certainly offers all of these. I think what makes the biggest difference in experiences between schools is finding a supportive environment where you feel at home. For me Booth delivered on that completely - I felt like I could be myself and that people were happy to accept me - unique quirks and all.

You will feel humbled by the achievements of your classmates both before and during school. You will be challenged by people who think differently from you or are smarter than you or want different things from life. This diversity of thought makes Booth a special place.

There are two things I wanted out of my MBA experience:

CAREER ADVANCEMENT: Met/exceeded expectations
- I was able to transition into a role at a company in a Leadership Development Program, which are only open to MBAs from top schools
- Booth Career Services is excellent if you want a job in a company that recruits on campus. They are a well-oiled machine that prepares you for the interview process and sets you up to get a job you want if you put in the work. They are less helpful if you are looking for a job that is more unique or non-traditional because they have less experience with them, so be ready to do more of the work on your own. (I suspect this is true at most schools). How you perform once you get the job is up to you.

FUN/REWARDING MBA EXPERIENCE: Far exceeded expectations
Since I've already written perhaps more than people care for on the amazingness of my classmates and the experience overall, maybe a list of some of the things I did during school would illustrate this better.
- Visited 3 continents with classmates (before, during, and after school) including trips to Jordan, Tanzania, Morocco, and SE Asia
- Ski Trip! Hundreds of Booth students skiing and partying together for a week
- Weekend trips including New Orleans, Nashville, Ice Fishing in Wisconsin
- Lived in the "unofficial dorm" with hundreds of my classmates
- Startup Weekend - pitch and launch a startup over a weekend
- Leadership Challenge
- Kellogg's Marketing Strategy Challenge
- Helped with Production for the Follies Show
- Co-chair of our Strategy Games Club
- Helped launch the first Leadership Class at a Law School in the country
- Member of many professional and social clubs
- Worked with two companies in Lab classes on quarter long projects
- Helped numerous classmates with interview prep
- My husband was integrated into the community - he went on spring break with me and my classmates, came to formals and happy hours, and even went on a road trip with classmates without me!

When I look back at my experience and list things out like that it feels overwhelming and amazing how much was packed into those two years. And I wish I could go back and do it all over again and not change a thing.

Overall BSchool experience
     (5.0)
Schools contribution
     (5.0)
Classmates rating
     (5.0)

Strengths of the program:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors

Student body, diversity

Alumni Network

Career opportunities provided by school

Brand/Ranking

Culture & Student Support

Best fit at this program:

Consulting

Finance

Marketing

Investment Banking

Tech

Entrepreneurship

Management

Can be improved:

Specialization in a particular area (e.g. Finance, Consulting, Healthcare, etc)

Southern California network is not very strong


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MBA Program Review
Best two years of my life
January 08 | 2016
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     By Top10MBACandidate 158 64
This review is for: Booth
Program:

Full Time MBA

Class of:

2015

Experience during the program

My two years at Booth were the best in my life: professionally, socially, and academically. I am now working in a job that I absolutely love and represents a huge advancement in my career, my b-school friends are among the best I've had in my entire life, and the curriculum and professors at Booth simply cannot be beat.

What really set Booth apart, for me, was the humility of the students. Getting a bunch of successful young professionals under the same roof has the potential to go downhill really fast. At Booth, I didn't find a lot of people "tooting their own horns." I loved that about Booth. I want to be branded by a school known for it's hard work and humbleness, not it's hand shakes. Booth exceeded my expectations in all respects.

For future applicants: understand what drives Booth and let that shine in your application. I think students at the top b-schools could easily blend in with any other top institution - that what makes us good candidates - we can interact well with all sorts of people. The school will change you more than you will change the school. The culture and way of seeing the world will undoubtedly seep into most aspects of your life because the communities are so strong at Booth and other top institutions. So really think about the schools' reputation and what you want to be known for coming out of b-school. The reputation of your school matters more than you think. My current company specifically avoids certain top schools because of the culture clash. You'll do well in any of the top schools, but think hard about who you want to be when you're done.

Overall BSchool experience
     (5.0)
Schools contribution
     (5.0)
Classmates rating
     (5.0)

Strengths of the program:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors

Career opportunities provided by school

Culture & Student Support

Best fit at this program:

Consulting

Finance

Tech

Entrepreneurship

Can be improved:

Specialization in a particular area (e.g. Finance, Consulting, Healthcare, etc)


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MBA Program Review
Excellent
December 06 | 2015
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     By aceacharya 68 58
This review is for: Booth
Program:

Full Time MBA

Class of:

2017

Experience during the program

Booth has completely exceeded all expectations I had coming in. I find myself being enlightened everyday in my classrooms by excellent faculty and being humbled everyday by extraordinary classmates.

A common concern I had coming in was the lack of cohorts and converging social structures in the schools. But its this exact characteristic which has given me 1200 classmates instead of 600, as both 1st and 2nd years take the same classes and form study groups together.

My biggest suggestion to applicants is always to get to know the school and its amazing culture. The beauty of the community is the humility it imparts, any Boothie or alum will surely respond if you reach out to them regarding the school. (But please pardon any delays in response; the workload sometimes can be excruciating).

About job placement process

A question I generally get from prospective applicants is "What surprised you the most when you got here?"

My answer till now is that I was surprised with how wanted I felt after reaching here. Over 400 companies come to the school to attract students to work with them. I am recruiting for consulting and every major consulting firm has dedicated consultants who have been officially tasked with answering our questions and to connect with us to get to know us.


There are avenues for any profession no matter how niche. For example I have a friend who is recruiting specifically for managing investment of family and university trust funds.

Overall BSchool experience
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Schools contribution
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Classmates rating
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Strengths of the program:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors

Student body, diversity

Alumni Network

Career opportunities provided by school

Location

Brand/Ranking

Facilities

Specialization in a particular area (e.g. Finance, Consulting, Healthcare, etc)

Finance, Economics and Strategy

Best fit at this program:

Consulting

Finance

Investment Banking

Tech

Entrepreneurship

Management

Can be improved:

Facilities


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