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  1. Hi, I am looking forward to enrolling myself for the fall semester of 2019 period for my graduate studies. I am keen on pursuing a course in behavioral science and taking a track along with marketing. I am lost in figuring out whether will an MBA fit correctly to go forward with or a Masters. If MBA- Which would be a college that you will recommend and why? If Masters- Which would be a college that you will recommend and why? I have done research on my own for this course, but it is all seems to masters by research.
  2. So I'm applying to grad school for an MBA and on all my applications they ask me if I have ever been involved in any disciplinary action at any institution. Of course, I have to answer truthfully but I'm really worried that my application will be considered a lot less than someone equivalent to me because of this violation. I want to be honest and straightforward so I'm going to give some context to what happened. It was in my freshman year of college during my first computer science class. After turning in an assignment I looked online to look for more efficient methods and enrich my understanding of the subject. I came across a bugged solution that someone was having trouble with. Out of intellectual curiosity, I put this buggy solution in my repository to debug and learn from. It’s worth noting that anything I learned from in this exercise was never included in my original assignment as it was already turned in. I was never able to fully debug the program so I left it in my repository and commit and pushed it to GitHub to work on later. At the time, I was unaware that my GitHub repository would be under such scrutiny by the course faculty. It was later tagged by MOSS, the program they use to flag significant similarity between codes. At the time I was aware of a policy that restricted students looking at solutions online but I didn’t fully understand the extent of the policy. So I took it to a hearing. Unfortunately, the professors felt strongly that I violated the course’s policy. This policy stated that students are not even allowed to look at code online as it may produce “undue influence.” As a result, I received an “F” in the course. I fully understand that unawareness of this policy was my fault and mine alone, but I think my professors were slightly overzealous in their accusations. If I take responsibility for my actions, show how I've learned from it, and given the weird context do you think grad schools will at least weigh this less than they normally would? Thanks.
  3. I am a 2nd year graduate student in a masters biology program. My field of research is cardiovascular disease. Specifically, I research the genetic expression and protein secretion profiles of unique adipose tissue depots in patients with coronary artery disease. I do not have any publications at this point in my career. Although, I have been fortunate enough to obtain ~$13,000 in competitive grant funding and fellowships. I am currently working on a mini-review and hope for my thesis research to be published, once completed. Due to a setback in my research, I will be staying in this program for 1 additional year; graduate May 2020. I have already completed all of the required coursework for the degree, just need to finish the thesis research. Although, due to the requirements for some of the grants that I have I must maintain full-time graduate status (9 units). This semester I have enrolled in 2 MBA courses (economics and operations management). I figured because I know nothing about business, and am in a STEM field, these courses would be interesting and prove worthwhile...I am loving it! I am able to use my analytical skills in a whole new way. This has put me in an interesting position between going for the PhD or the MBA. I am seriously considering applying to the MBA program at my university, fall 2019 start, as I am interested in research funding and development. It is a 2 year program. I recently turned 25, I would finish with both masters programs by age 27. If I go for the PhD it would be in biomedical sciences, or something closely related. Preferably studying coronary artery disease and working with humans as the model organism. I am seeking advice. I know 27 is not THAT old and I can definitely still continue on and complete a PhD. I would like to work more so in a management or consultant role rather than as an active scientist.
  4. Is there a thread where we are maintaining MSF or its equivalent business school decisions? Please post a link if we do, otherwise, we should start one, no? I applied to the following schools this session: York (Rejected) Duke (MQM: BA) (awaiting decision) BU (awaiting decision) WUSTL (awaiting decision) Vanderbilt (Rejected) Rochester (Accepted with 60% scholarship) SMU (Accepted - awaiting scholarship decision) Baruch (Will submit application soon)
  5. I'm in my mid-30s and looking to change my career. I have two degrees, my undergrad from a top 20 school and my graduate degree from a top 5 (Ivy), both in political science/international relations. Although I worked at a large oil & gas firm after undergrad in a mostly quantitative role (~1 yr.), I worked in politics directly before and after grad school, on a presidential campaign and as the director of a small advocacy nonprofit, respectively (~2 yrs.). I then started my own PR firm and consulted nonprofits and philanthropists on several projects (~4 yrs.) before moving into a full-time communications role at a university at the director level in a developing country (~1.5 yrs.). Through all this, I realized that my real strength and passion is strategy but also that I want to return to the private sector. It seems to me that the best way of transitioning into a fulfilling career in strategic management, preferably at a top consulting firm, is an MBA (I have been trying to apply to jobs in private sector management but it's been a tough sell given my background). So, I'm considering an MBA/EMBA and am seeking advice on what you think the best path forward would be for someone with my background. There seem to be benefits to both but I have my concerns. MBA Age: I'm almost ten years older than the average age of an MBA student, at least in top programs. I don't care about this so much within the program but it is a concern as it pertains to my getting a job upon graduation where I hear there is a bias toward younger hires. Opportunity cost: though I'm concerned about taking two years off to study, I'm willing to bite the bullet if it means a larger payoff in the end. However, given issue #1, I'm concerned I will not be employable and will have wasted two years. EMBA My experience: although I have several years of experience and would probably qualify for an EMBA, I wonder if I would be overshooting by going into a program with senior management coming from Fortune 100 companies. Transition: my research indicates that an EMBA is mostly for people looking to advance their careers but I'm trying to take on a new path and in a new sector of the economy (private) and I'm concerned about the EMBA's ability to help me in this regard. So, I'm hoping people with similar experiences or those who can offer valuable insight will offer their thoughts about which option, MBA or EMBA, is better or if they think there is yet another, better option. In this vein I'm also curious to know about your thoughts on doing a PT/evening or online MBA. Thanks in advance.
  6. Hi all, I'm posting the below for my friend who has asked for help but doesn't have a Grad Cafe account: I was just accepted to Suffolk University's Sawyer Business School MBA/MFS program. I haven't seen any previous posts about Sawyer, so I wanted to ask how anyone else on Grad Cafe has gone about asking for scholarship money. I received a scholarship for a certain percentage of tuition, but I'd like to ask/negotiate for more. Any Suffolk or MBA-specific tips would be helpful! Thanks!
  7. Hi folks, I'm posting the below for my friend who has asked for help but doesn't have a Grad Cafe account: I was just accepted to Suffolk University's Sawyer Business School MBA/MFS program. I haven't seen any previous posts about Suffolk/Sawyer, so I wanted to ask if anyone else here has been accepted, and if so, if they are planning on accepting!
  8. neurokid89

    HBS MBA

    Hi, I am a non-traditional (MA, doctoral degree in progress) student seeking wisdom from you wise folks on TGC. I intend on applying to the HBS MBA program after completing my current program and I am wondering if a candidate with my background would be considered. Undergrad: 3.7 (4.0 scale) psychology Graduate Studies: masters in clinical psychology (completed), doctorate in clinical psychology (in progress) GRE: V: 75th percentile, Q: 63rd percentile, AW: 99th percentile Work Experience: Health Club Manager (~1 year), Strategic Partnerships at a tech start up (~1 year), Project Manager at a custom home development company (~1 year), Research Assistant (~1 year) Grad School Work Exp: Research Assistant, Forensic Therapist, Community Mental Health Therapist, Psychological Assessment Trainee, Health Psychology Therapist (hospital- integrated care) -- each placement is 9-12 months in length
  9. Hello all, I've gotten myself into a bit of a bind, and I could use some advice. My name is Patrick. I'm a 23-year-old, underemployed, miserable gas station attendant. I graduated with distinction in history and archaeology from the University of Virginia in 2017. I barely remember how I got to this point, but I know I'm unhappy with how things have turned out. Following several months of post-graduation unemployment, during which time I had lived as a homeless freegan in Maine, I took a job as a history teacher at a shamelessly fraudulent for-profit private school chain called Fusion Academy in Washington, DC. I survived for a few months, but couldn't stand its toxic work environment and resigned in disgust. I then fled my parents' house in Fairfax, VA, for the cornfields of Urbana-Champaign, IL, armed with nothing but a couple thousand dollars in savings and the vague, tentative plan of establishing Illinois residency for in-state tuition purposes before matriculating into their Library and Information Science masters program. In the meantime, needing to pay rent and unable to find meaningful employment with my BA, I have found myself cleaning up vomit at a Circle K a block from my apartment. Here's the thing. I'm having trouble figuring out what exactly my options are for grad school, now that I'm here. For the longest time, I had wanted to pursue a PhD in history, but fulfilling that dream seemed like an increasingly remote possibility when one considers the collapse of my undergraduate honors thesis for mental health reasons, my distaste for teaching, and the larger employment crisis in academia. Failing that, a Masters in LIS seemed like a logical alternative, given my well-documented bibliophilia(/-mania?). That's why I'm in Illinois now, after all. As I learn more, though, I'm pretty sure I could get into the LIS masters at UIUC, the top-ranked in its field in North America, without breaking much of a sweat. They don't even require the GRE. Part of me wonders if getting the LIS rather than a PhD amounts to selling myself short. Part of me wonders if it makes more sense to sell out and get an MBA like all the bootlicking quasi-fascist turdnuggets I went to undergrad with. I earned an undergraduate GPA of 3.78 overall. I don't know my major GPA, but I suppose I could calculate it if pressed. I scored 169 V, 155 Q, and 5.5 AW on the GRE. I'm pretty sure I have (had?) killer recommendation letters, as I held prestigious research assistant positions during undergrad and won a competitive undergraduate research grant to support that thesis I didn't end up finishing for mental health reasons. But my work history since graduation is spotty. Like I said, several months of unemployment, during which time I lived as a homeless freegan in Maine, followed by my stint at Fusion, followed by several more months of unemployment, followed by Circle K. There's a ton of additional complicating factors. I'm happy to answer any questions readers might have. At the moment, I just need guidance from someone who understands the graduate admissions process.
  10. Hi- Wanted to start a topic for those accepted to UPitt for this upcoming fall. I was accepted to the PhD in Behavioral And Community Health Sciences. Anyone else accepted and considering this school?
  11. Hi everyone, Been researching on this forum and you all seemed to be pretty well acquainted with the education system and job prospects. I am hoping some of you would be able to provide some guidance... Been thinking about going back to school for 3+ years now. I have 2 bachelors from good design schools (international schools). Graduated 12 years ago., in my late thirties. Dual citizen (hoping that would not be an issue) My GPA was not good since 70% of my grade was based on my final art project. I can't get a GPA for my first degree where I did pretty good because they wont send the grades anymore (wasn't digitalized) and it is more of a pass/fail system in my home country. Through the years, I made my way to a senior management job in digital marketing in a large company. Mostly retail/web and entrepreneurship experience. I don't like marketing. I can find interest in pretty much most of the day to day of any job, mostly around project management, process improvement, etc.. but I need to be working on something I like or believe in. I am mostly interested in local government: urban planning/public transportation, general city management, digital/web department for the city (very low volume of jobs there ), health policy. Usually project managers jobs seem most interesting to me. I have been trying to find ways to change field without going back to school but I think my profile is so far away from gov affairs that it is almost impossible. I have been taking some free online classes for a while and that was very interesting (fundamentals of public policy, statistical reasoning for public health, urbanism and mobility, american law,..) But I can't justify paying $50K for a degree to end up cutting my existing salary in half once it is done. A lot of people on this forum mention that a MBA can be better or the same as an MPA for jobs. It would make more sense for me to do an MBA as I could use it in many different fields and if I need to move back to my native country. I have looked into cheap, decent programs and found one (WGU). The thing is, the classes are not nearly as interesting as an MPA and I don't think it would help my job applications as much as an MPA given my lack of any public policy related classes or experience at all. Am i wrong on this? I did find a couple affordable MPAs, though I am still trying to find if they are decent (fort hayes, South dakota which has an MBA with lots of public policy classes, Arkansas State).This is not a convo about getting the best degree or anything because, I can barely qualify for the less good colleges with my gpa, beside the high cost.. So - what is everyone's take on MBA vs MPA in my situation? - for those who made such a career jump in the middle of their career, how did you know it was the right decision? Some have mentioned trying to work my way to gov affairs through jobs rather than school but I just feel there is too wide of a gap in skills and experience. - does getting an MPA for a not so great school has any value? Is gov job so competitive that it may not even help?
  12. Think Global | Think China Peking University Guanghua International MBA 2-Year | Full-Time | English-taught program | Beijing The One Belt One Road Scholarship We are proud to announce The One Belt One Road Scholarship Scheme to support students and professionals, like you, from over 60 countries! As one of China's leading business schools at the prestigious Peking University, which is ranked #1 in China and #2 in the Asia-Pacific region by Times Higher Education in 2018, we strive to provide our students with a comprehensive understanding of doing business in China through leveraging our specialist China-focused knowledge and expertise, our extensive industry connections, five core campuses in China, as well as our influential 30,000+ alumni network. To learn about our other scholarships, including Chinese Government Scholarships, please click here for more details . The One Belt One Road Scholarships consists of both full and half scholarships towards the total tuition fee of your MBA degree at Guanghua, which will be offered commencing from 2018 entry. The One Belt One Road Initiative, or the 'new Silk Road', aims to create the world's largest platform for economic cooperation across Asia, Europe and Africa that reflects China's political and strategic ambitions on the global stage. How To Apply: You are required to complete the online application and submit the One Belt One Road Scholarship application form at the same time via our online application system at applymba.pku.edu.cn. (The application form can also be downloaded at our online application system) For more information, please contact Ms Mandy Huang at shuyi@gsm.pku.edu.cn or Ms Yu Liang at yul@gsm.pku.edu.cn; or call us at 86-10-62747265 / 62747268. Click here for The Official Admission Webpage of the Peking University Guanghua School of Management. When To Apply: February 23, 2018 Deadline for Round 3 March 9, 2018 Deadline for Round 4 April 6, 2018 Deadline for Round 5 April 20, 2018 Deadline for Round 6 *Each candidate will be invited to interview only once on a round basis Eligibility To be eligible for the One Belt One Road Scholarship, you must meet all the following requirements: •Be a national citizen of one of the countries in the OBOR action plan •Undergraduate degree from a recognized university •Completed the Guanghua MBA online application and the submission of all required supporting materials Click here to Apply Online. Contact Us: Email: MBAintl@gsm.pku.edu.cn Phone: 86-10-6274 7268;86-10-6274 7265 Skype: pku.mba.admission .
  13. Hello, This is my first post on grad cafe. I have been looking at different masters programs for a while now and it would help if I got some third party opinions. I am currently a chemical engineer working for a consulting firm, however my bachelors was in biological engineering (renewable energy, ecosystems). I have worked in this industry for nearly 5 years. I quickly realized I don't really like what I'm doing because I work on spreadsheets most of the day, little people interaction, and it feels really monotonous. I definitely want a more people-focused job, but I don't think I'll get there just by staying where I am. Plus I don't really like working on chemical plants anymore, so this involves changing industries too. I'm hesitant to go for an MBA because my undergrad gpa was only a 2.94, and based on what I'm seeing in this forum, if a 3.0 is considered low, I might be out of luck on that front. I have looked at masters in finance, organizational leadership, and management, but I can't quite decide which one. I definitely want a more broad masters degree so I can cross industries more easily, and all of those interest me. Any advice would be helpful, especially if anyone is pursuing an alternative business degree for similar reasons.
  14. Young female professional here in late 20's looking to get an MBA after graduating with an MPP this spring. I'll be moving back to the Baltimore D.C. area and was looking for advice on potential (worthwhile) MBA programs. I have great undergrad scores (3.8) and 5 years work experience with prestigious gov. fellowship. I think the MBA will help advance my network and move me into more competitive positions. Would a part-time/evening MBA program such as Hopkins, Smith, Loyola be worth considering? I'm not looking to go back to school full-time. Thanks in advance!
  15. Hi everyone. I'm curious if anyone has feedback on joint MA in higher education and MBA programs. I'm interested in working in higher education administration one day, and it seems like the management and leadership courses in an MBA could be a strong compliment to a higher education masters. In addition (and I know some may disagree), I think the MBA could be a unique and marketable degree. About me: I currently work in education policy, and I'm considering one day working at the campus-level in administration. I'm more interested in the administration side (strategic planning, work with the President's office, government relations) than student affairs. I'm considering a masters in higher ed, but I'm intrigued by the joint program. Both Stanford and Michigan have MA/MBA programs. (Stanford is a joint degree; Michigan is a dual degree.) Any thoughts? Thanks!
  16. Yo everyone - hope you're all well, So I'm looking into getting a dual MIA-MBA degree. I basically want to get involved in international business strategy - Evaluating foreign markets, expansion, best approaches, etc. And I'm thinking that a dual MIA-MBA would be perfect. Despite the massive debt, I'd be a unique candidate - the MBA would give me solid business acumen while the MIA would help me hone my language skills and solidify my theoretical knowledge of the world economy. Now I've only got a couple years of work experience, which is a little on the low side for bschool , but given the 3 year timeline I feel like I should go for it sooner than later. I've looked at a bunch of MBA programs and I've been looking at a lot of the top MIA programs (Gtown, SAIS, HKS, Princeton, SIPA, etc.). Anyway, there is some flexibility in my plan and I'm basically wondering the following: Should I apply to both MBA and MIA programs (At Colombia, Gtown, SAIS/Tuck, Texas, etc) now or, Should I apply to MIA now (less competitive admissions process), then when I'm one year in, apply to the bschool. Anyone know if this has worked for people? Would you have a better shot of getting in given that you're already enrolled at the university? I like the idea of breaking up the application process, plus even if I didn't get in to the MBA program, it would always be an option to do the two-year MIA and then a one-year MBA afterwards too. I'm also happy to hear any thoughts/insights on my plan,the MIA in general, the MBA,or the schools I mentioned. Thanks!
  17. Hello, Could someone please help to evaluate my profile in order to help me choose programs for dual degree in MBA and MPP. I need to know just in examples as to which type of colleges could be dream, possible or safe ? GRE - yet to give : expected score near 320 DEGREE : Bachelor of engineering, Major : Information Technology, CGPA : 9.05/10 WORK EXPERIENCE : July 2015- present : American Express as an Engineer in Business Process Optimization Public sector : volunteer experience since dec 2015 as Fundraising and Development officer : Ghana Health and Education Initiative June 2016 - present : Director of Development , The Reformist Social Ventures RESEARCH PAPERS : 1. Technical paper on protocols in Manual Adhoc networks published in IEEE Xplore at an International Conference held in Poland 2. Policy Paper : Was a research assistant working under a professor for this policy paper on India - Pak relations to be published by United States Institute of Peace ACHIEVEMENTS : * UNESCO youth delegate who represented India at the UN Week for Peace and Sustainable Development, March 2017 * Invited speaker to the Conference for Youth Development organised by Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India * Featured as one of the 21 Indians in Vision India Foundation's Yearbook of Nation Builders 2017
  18. Hello, I created this thread to kickstart discussion on dual degree programs especially business and policy programs. We could do profile evaluations and selection of colleges to choose from and deadlines etc
  19. Hello folks, I have put together a statement of purpose for my MBA. I am short on time and wrote this down in a hurry. I have penned it in a different way than usual and hence it would be great to receive some feedback on the same. Let me know if anybody can help me with it. Also, I can review your letters for you. Have uploaded the doc on my drive. Follow the link to read it. You can also comment in the doc itself. Statement of Purpose - https://goo.gl/uz1kAK
  20. Hi to all, Having graduated from one of Turkey's reputable universities in 2010 ( BS Engineering, gpa 2.01), I began to work in sales and marketing departments of corporate companies. Now having worked 5 years full time, I decided to add an mba vision both for myself and my career. I want to ask you which way I should follow? I need your advices. -Can I apply for a grad school such a low gpa? Does it sound logical for admittance? -Should I just prefer only my country Turkey for Mba or does having an Mba from USA or UK get more to my career? -Should I decide the grad school location after the application? As you see I am really confused, I am not sure on which step I should start? Thanks for your advices,
  21. Hello, I am currently considering applying to a handful of MBA/MA programs, and I was wondering if anyone else has knowledge of these kinds of programs, or if they are currently enrolled in one, particularly with regards to the field of education. If so, please let me know - I'd love to hear about your experiences! I'm also mulling over entering an MA program directly and applying to an MBA program after accepting an offer of admission from the school of education. Again, if there are any students with that kind of interdisciplinary interest or experience, please let me know! Thank you!
  22. My alma mater (a nationally reputable public research institution) offers a 1 year (2 semester) M.S. in Industrial Engineering with an emphasis on Systems Engineering and Analytics. My B.S. is also in IE, and I have worked as an IE in manufacturing for a defense contractor for the last 1.5 years following graduation. In a vacuum, I'm not 100% sure it's something I would want to study, but 1 year for an M.S. seems too good to pass up. It could also boost my GPA from a 3.3 to a high end of 3.45. Additionally, I am fortunate enough where funds are sufficient. Would obtaining this M.S. improve my stock as an M.B.A. candidate for a top 10 M.B.A. program, or would it be trivial compared to work experience, GMAT, GPA, etc?
  23. Hello! I am applying to MS or MBA in Nonprofit Management programs for Fall '17, and haven't seen many threads about these programs, so I have questions for anyone who's applying or enrolled: How many years of work experience did you and your classmates have when you enrolled? I will be 2 years post-undergrad. Some program brochures said the average student has between 6-8 years of experience? What opportunities has your MBA/MPA/MS degree opened? Is it a good investment to get this degree instead of working in a nonprofit for the same length of time? Are online/distance learning Nonprofit Management programs viewed favorably by employers? Thanks in advance for any insights.
  24. I just graduated with a BA in economics from a small state school with a 2.2gpa. I realize this is very low but I still want to get my MBA in finance in a few years after getting some professional experience. My ideal school would be NYU but I know that is a stretch with my grades. I'm currently in the process of obtaining my CFA certification to supplement my resume. If my job pays for it does it makes sense to get a masters in economics/masters in finance first and obtain stellar grades to help me get into a good MBA program?
  25. Hello , I am planning to apply for a dual degree program including MBA and MPP. I was wondering that since most business schools have started accepting GRE scores, is it ok to send my GRE scores for both MBA and MPP applications or will sending GRE scores to business schools give me a disadvantage. Any help or perspective at all would be really appreciated. Thank you
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