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Indian Doctor and Civil Service officer’s Journey to Kellogg

Posted on April 24, 2020
Introduction: Rohit, a Chief Executive Officer in the Govt of India, had applied to four of the M7 schools, namely Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, and Kellogg. His greatest challenge was his unconventional profile (doctor+ civil servant) and his age (31 years old). Learn how he overcame these challenges and received an admit offer from one of…
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Current Students Share Insights on MBA Experience Amid COVID-19

Posted on April 14, 2020
Indeed, we are all experiencing the impact of COVID-19 on our personal and professional lives. To navigate through the uncertainty and chaos, business schools have made significant adjustments in their policies for current students, prospective students, and incoming students. Curious to get first-hand information about current students' response to this abrupt change in the medium…
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Case Study #3: How a Re-applicant got into 5 good MBA Programs with Scholarships

Posted on April 9, 2020
Although every applicant has specific concerns about their chances of admission to the top business schools, their apprehensions multiply manifold when they have already faced rejection once. Nitish's application got rejected by Rice and ISB last year, but this neither dampened his spirit nor deterred him from applying the following year again. MER worked with…
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Changes in MBA Admissions to Tackle COVID- 19 Crisis

Posted on April 2, 2020
COVID-19 has turned human lives upside down globally. Like all the other industries, it has significantly impacted the education industry as well. The universities are working tirelessly to make policy changes to deal with the unprecedented challenges and uncertainties posed by this pandemic. The universities have moved in-person classes to online classes, canceled admission events,…
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