Here's the next tip in our new series of Admissions Tips by the UCLA Anderson MBA Admissions team.   Check back weekly on Tuesdays for a new #TuesdayTip here on our blog, or follow us at @uclaMBA on Instagram and Twitter.  — Stay in Touch: Introduce YourselfFollow the Admissions Team @uclaMBA:  Twitter and InstagramQuestions? Contact us at: mba.admissions@anderson.ucla.edu

Introducing you to today's special Instagram Takeover student, Taylor St. Clair, from the incoming UCLA Anderson MBA Class of 2019!  Taylor will be taking over our @uclamba Instagram Story to share her experiences at this year's Forté MBA Women's Leadership Conference! Check in throughout the day to our @uclaMBA instagram account to hear about Taylor's "Day in the Life" ! Name: Taylor St. Clair Hometown:Tulsa, Oklahoma Undergraduate Studies:Psychology, Duke University Pre-Anderson: SPDR Exchange Traded Funds Post-MBA Goals:Management Consulting LEARN [...]

by Sydney Sfreddo Molly Deale, a rising Second Year and Forté Fellow at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, came with the goal of making a major career change. From managing a millinery studio in New York City and creating hats for film, television, and Broadway clients like Hamilton and Wicked to landing a summer internship in investment banking at Credit Suisse, Deale shares how the Darden journey has helped her work towards [...]

When you are applying through the Future Year Admissions process, deciding who should write your recommendations can be a surprisingly tricky matter. Senior Associate Director of Admissions Katherine Alford is here to give you some tips on what kind of recommendations Darden looks for when you apply. Watch: Future Year Recommendation Letters

Have you been following along with Sara Neher’s Admissions Talk Show? Sara uses her Admissions Talk Show to introduce you to different members of the Darden community. She recently sat down with Jeff McNish, the new Assistant Dean of the Career Development Center, to chat about what’s next for the CDC. Watch: Admissions Talk Show with Jeff McNish Want to see more from the Admissions Talk Show, as well as admissions updates from Sara? You [...]

Beginning in August of 2018, HBS and the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) will offer a new joint master’s degree program. The application is live now! We expect the first cohort to be ~30 students. To learn more visit the website, see the two Deans discuss the degree, or hear why recent graduate Damjan Korac would have applied to the program. 

Here's the next tip in our new series of Admissions Tips by the UCLA Anderson MBA Admissions team.   Check back weekly on Tuesdays for a new #TuesdayTip here on our blog, or follow us at @uclaMBA on Instagram and Twitter.  — Stay in Touch: Introduce YourselfFollow the Admissions Team @uclaMBA:  Twitter and InstagramQuestions? Contact us at: mba.admissions@anderson.ucla.edu

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