Joined: Jun 26, 2013
760 Q50 V41
This review is for Kellogg
Class of 2017
The MMM program is a great differentiator (MS in Design Innovation in addition to MBA) and has some really unique courses that can provide interesting talking points during your pitch to prospective employers and during interviews - especially if you are interested in consulting, tech or business development.
The smaller class size (60 students) also makes for an amazing bonding experience with your MMM classmates, while still being a part of the larger Kellogg community and taking classes with everyone else.
This is a niche program, and applicants must make sure they research the program and demonstrate an understanding of how this program fits with their personal and career goals.
I recruited primarily for big tech companies (and had a tech background) so I had a great, hassle-free recruiting experience. If you're interested in smaller firms or startups, you'll have to do a lot of the work on your own with limited support from career services. This is because most students recruiting for startups have niche interests that the careers team has limited knowledge about - they do the best they can, but it's definitely not a strong suit at Kellogg.
In terms of the volume of firms that come to Kellogg for recruitment, it is absolutely on par with any other business school and there are tons of opportunities.
Overall BSchool experience (4.0)
Schools contribution (5.0)
Classmates rating (4.0)
Career opportunities provided by school
Specialization in a particular area (e.g. Finance, Consulting, Healthcare, etc)