Much to my delight, shortly after completing my GMAT, I learned that UNC Kenan-Flagler would be offering a program for working professionals who are not located in Chapel Hill. Though I had other options, I chose to attend MBA@UNC, believing it would be the best education with the least impact on my ability to perform at work, and be a good father to my kids.
“You already have a Master’s Degree? Why do you want another one?”
So was the first question the interviewer asked me six months ago.
Fast forward to today: I am in the middle of taking my Financial Accounting final and I just received an email from MBA@UNC wondering when I’ll be ready to post my first blog. My first thought is, “Hey, I’m here trying to remember how to calculate Return on Assets, there may not be a reason to write this blog if I can’t solve this problem.” That was when I turned off the email account.
Business education has been evolving since the inception of the MBA in the late 19th century and is now innovating at a faster rate than ever before. With the launch of our full online program this past July, we wanted to show the changes and evolution of the MBA along with the current state of MBAs in the business world.
Our team at MBA@UNC wanted to send you a friendly Friday invitation to a Q&A session with our Admissions Director, Beth Flye next week on Beat the GMAT. Starting at 1pm EST on Thursday, September 29th, you can join Beth in an interactive hour-long chat to discuss the MBA@UNC admissions process and have your questions answered by one of the best admissions directors around.
There are a number of MBA grants and fellowships available to students to help fund their academic careers. UNC provides financial aid to eligible students, which includes student loans and MBA fellowships, but a number …