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January 26, 2016
jnljinson

Joined: Nov 12, 2013

Posts: 113

Kudos: 20

Self-reported Score:
750 Q49 V44

The Best school to pursue a supply chain career

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This review is for Broad

Program Full Time MBA

Class of 2016

Experience during the program

If supply chain, operations OR sourcing management is your end goal, beyond doubt, this is the one of the best schools that the United States has to offer. The school can boast of some of the most well known faculty in the field of supply chain. The curriculum prepares your extensively for tackling real world problems. Additional emphasis on team work ( most assignments are based on randomly assigned teams ) simulates real world work experience.

Experimental learning is encouraged through various avenues such as project based learning or providing consulting services to local industries and startups. Student run organizations such as Spartan Consulting ( entirely run and managed by MBA's) helps you test your consulting skills right when you are on campus.

Complementing the academics is the excellent breadth of companies that recruit at Broad. We have big names from automotive, tech, consulting and CPG coming to campus and the school has seen healthy growth in the average salary of graduates. The ROI is one of the best in the overall landscape and the average salary range rivals even the top 10 ranked schools.

Summarizing, the program totally helped me meet my goals and far exceeded my expectations from an MBA program.


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

Strengths of the program:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors
Alumni Network
Career opportunities provided by school
Brand/Ranking
Culture & Student Support

Best fit at this program:

Consulting
Finance
Tech
Supply Chain Management, Operations, Sourcing

Can be improved:

Student body, diversity
Facilities


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