Vanessa Olbrecht, a pediatric anesthesiologist and pain physician at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, continued her education with MBA@UNC, an experience that she says has given her a “new perspective on medicine.”
The rise of women’s entrepreneurship is making a significant impact on the U.S. economy across a wide range of industries. There are now more than 9.1 million women-owned businesses in the United States, accounting for more than 30 percent of all enterprises. This list is comprised of 33 female founders with an MBA who have left their innovative mark in a variety of sectors including health, technology, media and e-commerce.
A guide to crafting a strong MBA application.
The admissions interview is a chance to show a side of you that test scores, transcripts or resumes might not reflect. An interview can convey your communication skills, personality and ability to engage in meaningful conversations. To prepare for your interview, consider the following strategies.
The essay section of an MBA application presents a unique opportunity for applicants to show that they are more than just a GMAT score, a GPA or the jobs outlined on a resume. Be sure to follow these tips on how to write a compelling business school essay.
Letters of recommendation offer third-party credibility and are looked at closely by the admissions committee. This post provides tips for selecting references to write your letters of recommendation.
Applying to MBA programs can prove to be challenging. View MBA@UNC’s application guide for tips on the application process.
A detailed and up-to-date resume is a critical component of your MBA application. By showcasing key accomplishments on your resume, you can help convince the admissions committee that you are a strong candidate for the program. This post provides tips to take into consideration, and you’ll be one step closer to strengthening your MBA application.
On day three of the Mumbai immersion, students wrapped up the weekend by hearing from UNC Kenan-Flagler faculty on topics ranging from innovation in developing markets to the dynamics of family businesses in India.
On day two of the Mumbai immersion, MBA@UNC visited Dharavi, India’s largest slum and the third largest in the world.