B-School-Specific Essay Writing Webinar: July 30, 2015

With so many business schools to choose from and so many different essay questions, how do you decide what to write for which MBA program? And how do you make sure your essays stand out?

Our brand new, first-of-its-kind presentation, “B-School-Specific Essay Extravaganza,” will help you tailor your application essay ideas for your preferred MBA programs and then execute them in a way that ensures your stories stand out. Experienced mbaMission senior consultants will explain the nuances of how to brainstorm topics, structure your essays, and assemble a compelling overall MBA application.

In addition, for this special essay writing webinar, you will select two business schools from the following list. During the session, participants will break out into separate groups and rooms based on their chosen b-schools and attend focused sessions specifically targeting those programs’ essay questions and presenting strategies for answering them.

– Columbia Business School (CBS)
– Duke Fuqua
– Harvard Business School (HBS)
– Stanford Graduate School of Business
– Wharton

Attendees will have the opportunity to ask both general and school-specific follow-up questions at the end of the presentations.

mbaMission Senior Consultant Jessica Shklar will lead the presentation, while school-specific breakout sessions and Q&A will be conducted by mbaMission President and Founder Jeremy Shinewald (Stanford), along with mbaMission Senior Consultants Eric Hollowaty (HBS), Rachel Beck (CBS), Liza Weale (Wharton), and Daniel Richards (Duke Fuqua).

Please join us for this valuable and unique event that will prove essential to your MBA planning!

Space is limited! Register for free today!

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