Tips to Succeed
As a prospective UC Davis MSBA student, you might be wondering what your week might look like – especially since classes are held on Fridays and Saturdays.
There is a lot of anxiety out there about talking to employers and gaining their support for your MBA. In our recent “How to pay for your MBA” webinar series, Senior Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, James Stevens walks potential applicants through the basics of how to navigate these important conversations.
Top five MBA admissions tips from Senior Director of Admissions, Kathy Gleed
One of the greatest opportunities to set yourself apart in the application process is the personal statement.
Anton Mironov is currently a 1st year student at the GSM. He holds a bachelor’s degree from San Diego State University where he focused on Energy Studies with an emphasis on Business Management. Anton recently completed a full market analysis and marketing plan for the Department of Energy’s 2015 Solar Decathlon team from the UC Davis Energy Efficiency Center.
What is there to do while getting your MBA at the GSM besides go to class, read, study, do homework, search for internships, go to MBA career fairs, attend conferences, and did I mention…read??
People in the GSM might have different opinions about different things in general. But the only thing that everybody agrees to is the fact how time really flies by here. We are already coming to close of quarter two and it feels like we have only been here for a month!
Applying to business school can be challenging. It’s an introspective process that requires you to not only understand what your goals are, but to clearly and concisely articulate them as well. The following is a list of tips aimed to help you succeed with your interview…