One of the main purposes in attending graduate business school (whether an MBA, part-time MBA, executive MBA or related-program) is to advance in your career goals. The MBA Career page and associated sub-pages are research tools to help you identify a career path from business school. The Career Paths pages lists professions and companies who actively recruit business school graduates.
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Build an MBA Career Plan
As part of the admissions criteria used in evaluating MBA applicants, admissions committees assess the feasibility of your MBA Career Plan. Use the information here to chart out an MBA Career path that fulfills your aspirations and aligns with existing competencies in your background. Learn possible directions you might take and which companies recruit at which business schools.
Then apply this insight to your business school application. The MBAPrepAdvantage MBA Essay Editing Service will help you in answering career goals and other related essay questions.
Here is a sample MBA Career Goals Question from the Columbia 2015 MBA Application: “Given your individual background and goals, why are you pursuing a Columbia MBA at this time? (500-word limit)”
Analyze MBA Career Information
One factor in selecting an MBA school is the career placement success of each business school program. A factor in determining the likelihood of career placement success is to see which of your target companies recruit at which business schools. The companies on the Career Path pages often list the MBA schools at which they recruit on-campus. You can also cross-reference short-listed companies with information found on target business school website employment reports.