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ארינגו עזרה ליותר ישראלים מכל חברה אחרת להתקבל לתוכניות ה- MBA המובילות בעולם

שאלות החיבורים לתוכניות ה-MBA שמתחילות ב-2020

חשוב! מדי פעם בתי הספר משנים את שאלות החיבורים לאחר הפרסום הראשוני.

בנוסף, אנו עלולים לטעות בהעתקת השאלות מאתר ביה"ס.

במקרים כאלה, השאלות המוצגות בעמוד זה אינן מדויקות!

לכן חשוב לבדוק באתר ביה"ס כדי לוודא שבידכם שאלות החיבורים הנכונות והמעודכנות.

שימו לב שעבור re-applicants שאלות החיבורים שונות בדרך כלל מהשאלות עבור מועמדים רגילים.

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Essay Questions by School

Chicago Booth & You

  • What is your immediate post-MBA career goal? [text box, 250 characters]
  • What is your long-term post-MBA career goal? [text box, 250 characters]
  • How will the Booth MBA help you achieve your immediate and long-term post-MBA career goals? (text box, 250-word minimum)

Academics

  • Awards and Honors – Please list any collegiate academic or athletic awards or honors you have received. [text box]

Employment

For each employer –

  • Job Description (700 characters)
  • Reason for Leaving (50 words maximum)

Professional Awards

  • Please list any significant professional awards/recognition that you have received. [text box]

Recommendations

  • Why did you choose these two recommenders? [text box]

Activities

  • Chicago Booth immerses you in a choice-rich environment. How have your interests, leadership experiences, and other passions influenced the choices in your life? (text box, 250-word minimum)
  • For each activity – Description of Participation (text box, 500 characters)

Additional Information

Is there any unclear information in your application that needs further explanation? If so, please use this section to clarify. [text box, 300 words max]

Re-applicant Question:

Upon reflection, how has your perspective regarding your future, Chicago Booth, and/or getting an MBA changed since the time of your last application? (300 word maximum)

Response Guidelines:

  • Length: There is no maximum length, only a 250 word minimum. We trust that you will use your best judgment in determining how long your submission should be, but we recommend that you think strategically about how to best allocate the space.
  • Acceptable Formats: Submissions must be entered into the text box provided in the application.

Applicants must complete one short answer question and three essays.

Short Answer Question:

What is your immediate post-MBA professional goal? (50 characters maximum)

Examples of possible responses:
“Work in business development for a media company.”
“Join a strategy consulting firm.”
“Launch a data-management start-up.”

Essay 1:

Through your resume and recommendations, we have a clear sense of your professional path to date. What are your career goals over the next 3-5 years and what, in your imagination, would be your long-term dream job? (500 words)

Essay 2:

Why do you feel Columbia Business School is a good fit for you? (250 words)

Essay 3:

Who is a leader you admire, and why? (250 words)

Optional Essay:

Is there any further information that you wish to provide the Admissions Committee? If so, use this space to provide an explanation of any areas of concern in your academic record or your personal history. This does not need to be a formal essay. You may submit bullet points. (Maximum 500 Words)

Knight-Bagehot Fellows:

Rather than answer Essay 1, current Knight-Bagehot Fellows applying to Columbia Business School should use the space allocated to the first essay (500 words) to complete the Wiegers Fellowship application essay.

Wiegers Fellowship Essay Question:

What are your career goals? How has the Knight-Bagehot Fellowship affected these goals? How will an MBA help you achieve these goals? (500 words maximum)

Deferred Enrollment Program:

Deferred Enrollment candidates will answer three short essay questions instead of the essays listed above.

Question 1:
How is a Columbia MBA going to help you? (250 words maximum)

Question 2:
What has been your favorite class, and why? (250 words maximum)

Question 3:
Who is a leader you admire, and why? (250 words maximum)

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ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS FROM THE ONLINE APPLICATION:

Employment

  • Please provide an explanation for any gaps in your employment history [textbox, 1000 characters]
  • For each employer:
    • Duties/Responsibilities: [textbox]
    • Reason for leaving [textbox, 50 words max]

Extracurricular Activities

  • Please list other activities or interests that you regularly engage in: [textbox]

Tell us your story

Short answer questions:

1. The Darden School of Business is a thriving community of MBA students, faculty and alumni from a diverse array of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. Because of the highly participatory nature of the MBA program — both inside and outside of the classroom — Darden actively recruits and fosters a vibrant MBA community. Below are a series of questions to allow you the opportunity to share the many dimensions of you. Darden strives to identify and cultivate responsible leaders who follow their purpose. Please provide an example of a situation in which you have made a meaningful impact. (text box, 200 words)

2. Diversity and inclusion are critical to our mission and they work best when they are an integral and celebrated part of our community. Read University of Virginia’s Diversity & Inclusion Vision Statement. Share a time in which you engaged with a perspective, identity, community, or experience that was different from your own and how it impacted your worldview. (text box, 200 words)

More about you

Short Answer Questions:

1. Tell us what you would want your learning team to know about you – personal, professional or both. (text box, 100 words)

2. What is your short-term, post-MBA career goal and why? (text box, 150 words)

3. The Batten Foundation Worldwide Scholarship provides all Darden students in our full-time MBA program with an opportunity to participate in a Darden Worldwide Course. Each year, Darden connects with over 80 countries. If you could choose any location in the world, where would you want to travel? (5 words) And why? (50 words)

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS FROM THE ONLINE APPLICATION

Where did you study?

  • Non-Degree Coursework (Optional) – With regard to academic preparedness, we evaluate your undergraduate performance along with standardized test scores. We will also consider additional coursework that you are prepared for Darden. Please share examples that highlight your academic and quantitative preparedness. [text box, 150 words]

College Extracurriculars and Employment

  • List your extracurricular activities while in college including any offices held and awards received. Include dates of participation and list them in order of importance to you. If you were employed while in college, include employer, job responsibilities, hours worked per week and dates for each position held. [text box, 200 words]

What do you do for fun?

  • There are a variety of organizations and clubs at Darden that help shape our community and the Darden experience overall. In this section, we’d like to learn about your unique interests, talents and passions. Please list the professional associations and community activities (clubs, faith-based, civic, etc.) in which you have participated since graduation from university. If you graduated from university more than 10 years ago, please simply list your activities for the last 5 years, making sure to include:
    • Activity Type
    • Organization name
    • Your role
    • Dates of participation
    • Description of your involvement
  • List up to three hobbies or interests you enjoy in your free time.

Explore Charlottesville

  • Darden community members love our city. Watch the video to learn why we love Charlottesville! What are you excited to explore in Charlottesville? (25 words)

Scholarship Information

Darden offers numerous merit-based scholarship to aspiring MBA students – many made possible through the generosity of alumni and friends of the School. Students who are offered admission to the Darden School are automatically considered for a merit-based scholarship. The majority of our scholarships do not require an additional application. There are a few scholarships for which we need additional information and/or require an additional essay. Please review our website for a complete listing of all scholarship offerings. Please answer the questions below if applicable. Of note, the Jefferson Fellowship is coordinated separately by the Jefferson Scholars Foundation.

Batten Scholars Program

All candidates for the Batten Scholars Program are expected to exhibit an entrepreneurial spirit, strong leadership skills and a drive for innovation, as well as recognizable background characteristics and goals that satisfy the desired purposes of the Batten Institute. For clarity, we designate three categories of Batten Scholars, which embrace particular aspects of entrepreneurship and innovation. Please visit the Darden website for details.

To apply, please select the scholarship for which you are applying and answer the questions below.

Please answer the following in the text box below.

  1. How do you meet the criteria of the Batten Scholars Program, consistent with the priorities of the Batten Institute?
  2. How you will contribute to the Darden community?
  3. How would this award and Darden further your career ambitions in entrepreneurship, innovation and technology?

Additional Information

If there is further information you believe would be helpful to the Admission Committee, please provide it: [text box, 250 words]

You’ll need to provide your thoughts on two short-answer questions and two essays as part of your application.

Instructions for all written submissions

  • Responses should use 1.5-line spacing and a font size no smaller than 10-point.
  • Do not repeat the question in the document you upload with your application.
  • Respond fully and concisely.
  • Length requirements vary by question and are detailed below.
  • Responses must be completed before submitting your application.

All submissions are scanned using plagiarism detection software. Plagiarism is considered a cheating violation within the Honor Code and will not be tolerated in the admissions process.

Required short-answer essay questions

Instructions: Answer both of the following questions. For each question, respond in 500 characters only (the equivalent of about 100 words).

  1. Why is pursuing an MBA the right next step for you?
  2. What are your post-MBA career goals? Share with us your first choice career plan and your alternate plan.

First required essay: 25 random things about yourself

Instructions: Present your response in list form, numbered 1 to 25. Some points may be only a few words, while others may be longer. Your complete list should not exceed two pages.

For context: Fuqua believes different types of people, points of view, and experiences bring out the best in everyone. And above all, we place a premium on succeeding while making a positive impact on businesses, organizations, and the world.  These ways of thinking set the Duke MBA experience apart, and this concept extends beyond the student body to include faculty, staff, and administration. When a new person joins the Admissions team, we ask that person to share with everyone in the office a list of "25 Random Things About Yourself." As an Admissions team, we already know the new hire's professional and academic background, so learning these "25 Random Things" helps us get to know someone's personality, background, special talents, and more.

In this spirit, the admissions committee also wants to get to know you–beyond the professional and academic achievements listed in your resume and transcript. You can share with us important life experiences, your likes/dislikes, hobbies, achievements, fun facts, or anything that helps us understand what makes you who you are. Share with us your list of "25 Random Things" about YOU.

Second required essay: The Fuqua community and you

Instructions: Your response should be no more than two pages in length.

Fuqua prides itself on cultivating a culture of engagement. Our students enjoy a wide range of student-led organizations that provide opportunities for leadership development and personal fulfillment, as well as an outlet for contributing to society. Our student-led government, clubs, centers, and events are an integral part of the student culture and are vital to providing you with a range of experiential learning and individual development experiences.

Based on your understanding of the Fuqua culture, how do you see yourself engaging in and contributing to our community outside of the classroom?

Optional essay: Tell us more

If you feel there are circumstances of which the admissions committee should be aware (such as unexplained gaps in work, choice of recommenders, inconsistent or questionable academic performance), please explain them in an optional essay.

Please do not upload additional essays or additional recommendations in this area of the application, and limit your response to one page.

Re-applicant essay question

It is not uncommon for it to take more than one try to achieve a goal. Please share with us the self-reflection process that you underwent after last year's application and how you have grown as a result.  How did it shape your commitment to Fuqua and inspire your decision to reapply?

Guidelines for your re-application essay:

  • No more than two pages
  • 1.5-line spacing
  • Font size no smaller than 10-point

Make sure you address any gaps in your application and show your progress.

You can access the re-applicant essay in the online application.

Essay #1

What makes you feel alive when you are doing it, and why? [300 words max]

Essay #2

At Berkeley Haas, we are redefining leadership. We value different opinions and perspectives, recognizing that we always have more to learn about others’ lived experiences and histories. We encourage speaking up and listening, and courageously use our power to address barriers and drive change for positive impact.
Tell us how a Berkeley Haas MBA would enhance your leadership profile, incorporating specific examples. [300 words max]

Optional Essays

The admissions team takes a holistic approach to application review and seeks to understand all aspects of a candidate’s character, qualifications, and experiences. We will consider achievements in the context of the opportunities available to a candidate. Some applicants may have faced hardships or unusual life circumstances, and we will consider the maturity, perseverance, and thoughtfulness with which they have responded to and/or overcome them.

Optional Information #1

We invite you to help us better understand the context of your opportunities and achievements:

1. What is the highest level of education completed by your parent(s) or guardian(s)?

  • Did not complete high school
  • High school diploma or equivalency (GED) Associate's degree (junior college) or vocational degree/license
  • Bachelor's degree (BA, BS)
  • Master's degree (MA, MS)
  • Doctorate or professional degree (MD, JD, DDS)

2. What is the most recent occupation of your parent(s) or guardian(s)?

  • Unemployed
  • Homemaker
  • Laborer
  • Skilled worker
  • Professional

3. If you were raised in one of the following household types, please indicate:

  • Raised by a single parent
  • Raised by an extended family member (grandparent, aunt/uncle, niece/nephew, cousin)
  • Raised in a multi-generational home
  • Raised in foster care

4. What was the primary language spoken in your childhood home?

5. If you have you ever been responsible for providing significant and continuing financial or supervisory support for someone else, please indicate:

  • Child
  • Spouse
  • Sibling
  • Parent
  • Extended family member (grandparent, aunt/uncle, niece/nephew, cousin)
  • Other

6. Please elaborate on any of your above responses. Alternatively, you may use this opportunity to expand on other hardships or unusual life circumstances that may help us understand the context of your opportunities, achievements, and impact. (300 words maximum)

Optional Information #2 

This section should only be used to convey relevant information not addressed elsewhere in your application. This may include explanation of employment gaps, academic aberrations, supplemental coursework, etc. You are encouraged to use bullet points where appropriate.

Supplemental Information

  • If you have not provided a letter of recommendation from your current supervisor, please explain. If not applicable, enter N/A.
  • List, in order of importance, significant community and professional organizations and extracurricular activities in which you have been involved during or after university studies. Include the following information for each using the format below:
    • Name of organization or activity
    • Nature of organization or activity
    • Size of organization
    • Dates of involvement
    • Offices held
    • Average number of hours spent per month
  • List full-time and part-time jobs held during undergraduate or graduate studies indicating the employer, job title, employment dates, location, and the number of hours worked per week for each position held prior to the completion of your degree.
  • If you have ever been subject to academic discipline, placed on probation, suspended, or required to withdraw from any college or university, please explain. If not, please enter N/A (An affirmative response to this question does not automatically disqualify you from admission).

There is one question for the Class of 2022:

As we review your application, what more would you like us to know as we consider your candidacy for the Harvard Business School MBA program?

There is no word limit for this question. We think you know what guidance we're going to give here: don't overthink, overcraft, or overwrite. Answer the question in clear language that those of us who don't know your world can understand.

Please upload your document below. We have no preferences for font type or size. Note that we do not accept audio or video submissions in lieu of a written essay.

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS FROM THE ONLINE APPLICATION:

Employment

Additional Employment Questions:

  • Please provide an explanation for any gaps in your employment history: [text box, 1000 characters]

Extracurricular Activities

  • For each activity – Description (200 character limit)

Awards and Recognition

  • For each award – Basis of Selection (200 character limit)

Post-MBA Goals

Please enter your Intended Post-MBA goals below.

  • Industry Group [select]
  • Function [select]
  • Briefly tell us more about your career aspirations: [text box, 500 characters]

Additional Information

Please share additional information here if you need to clarify any information provided in the other sections of your application. This is not meant to be used as an additional essay. Please limit your additional information to the space in this section.
We know you'll be tempted, but please don't send us any additional materials (e.g., additional recommendations, work portfolios). To be fair to all applicants, extra materials won't be considered. [text box, 500 characters]


Joint program applicants for the Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Harvard Law School, and Harvard Kennedy School must provide an additional essay:

How do you expect the joint degree experience to benefit you on both a professional and a personal level? (400 words)

Essay Question I: What do you want to be remembered for? (word limit 300 max) [upload]

Essay Question II: Describe your short and medium term post-MBA goals? (word limit 300 max) [upload]

Optional Essay – I wish the admissions committee had asked me… (word limit 300 max) [upload]

ADDITIONAL QUESTION FROM THE ONLINE APPLICATION

Do you wish to apply for scholarships offered by IESE? If yes, upload a Scholarship Essay:

IESE Scholarship Essay – How do you plan to finance your MBA and why do think you deserve a scholarship? (500 words)

JOB DESCRIPTION

1. Briefly summarise your current (or most recent) job, including the nature of work, major responsibilities, and where relevant, employees under your supervision, size of budget, clients/products and results achieved. (short answer) [text box]

2. What would be your next step in terms of position if you were to remain in the same company? (short answer) [text box]

3. Please give a full description of your career since graduating from university. Describe your career path with the rationale behind your choices. (short answer) [text box]

4. Discuss your short and long term career aspirations with an MBA from INSEAD. (short answer) [text box]

5. If you are currently not working or if you plan to leave your current employer more than 2 months before the programme starts, please explain your activities and occupations between leaving your job and the start of the programme. (optional)

MOTIVATION ESSAYS

1. Give a candid description of yourself (who are you as a person), stressing the personal characteristics you feel to be your strengths and weaknesses and the main factors which have influenced your personal development, giving examples when necessary (text box, maximum 500 words). *

2. Describe the achievement of which you are most proud and explain why. In addition, describe a situation where you failed. How did these experiences impact your relationships with others? Comment on what you learned (text box, maximum 400 words). *

3. Describe all types of extra-professional activities in which you have been or are still involved for a significant amount of time (clubs, sports, music, arts, etc). How are you enriched by these activities? (text box, maximum 300 words) *

4. Is there anything else that was not covered in your application that you would like to share with the Admissions Committee? (text box, maximum 300 words)

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS FROM THE ONLINE APPLICATION

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

Please briefly explain any time gaps (2 months or more) since leaving high school that are unaccounted for in your application (text box, 30 words maximum).

VIDEO

Shortly after submitting this application form, you will receive a link to a video interview. This video component is required to start the evaluation of your application. You will have 48 hours after the application deadline you are applying for to complete the video interview. Once submitted, the video interviews will no longer be modifiable. Therefore please ensure that you carefully test your devices before starting the exercise.
We are keen on getting to know you better and believe that through a video you can come to life, so be spontaneous, be creative and be yourself!
We look forward to virtually meeting you!

Candidates applying for 2019-20 admission are required to complete a Goals Statement as well as two essays:

  • Impact Essay
  • Back of Your Resume Essay

Goals Statement

Use this short answer question to succinctly share your short and long term goals. If invited to interview, you will have the opportunity to elaborate further and should be prepared to connect your prior experience with your future aspirations.
A statement of your goals will begin a conversation that will last throughout the admissions process and guide your steps during the MBA program and experience. To the best of your understanding today, please share your short and long term goals by completing the following sentences and answering the enclosed short answer question (350 words maximum):

Immediately post-MBA, my goal is to work as a(n) ____[Role]____ at ___[Company]___within___[Industry]___.

  • Targeted Job Role:
  • Target Job Company:
  • Industry:

In 5 – 10 years post-MBA, my goal is to work as a(n) ____[Role]____ at ___[Company]___within___[Industry]___.

  • Targeted Job Role:
  • Target Job Company:
  • Industry:

How has your experience prepared and encouraged you to pursue these goals?

IMPACT ESSAY

This essay is designed to explore the intersection of engagement and community culture. Whether during the program or following graduation, our students and alumni share a desire to positively impact the organizations and communities they serve. To help you explore your potential for impact, we encourage you to engage with our students, alumni, faculty, and professional staff. You may choose to connect with them via email or phone or in person during one of our on campus or off campus events. As you seek their input and insight, please be respectful of their time and prepare a few discussion points or questions in advance.

At Cornell, our students and alumni share a desire to positively impact the organizations and communities they serve. How do you intend to make an impact during the next several years of your education and/or career? (350 words maximum)

BACK OF YOUR RESUME ESSAY

This essay is an opportunity to present yourself as an individual. We encourage you to think about your proudest accomplishments, interests and passions, and personal highlights that will help us to get to know you as a person and potential community member. We value creativity and authenticity and encourage you to approach this essay with your unique style. Alternative submission formats may include a slide presentation, links to pre-existing media (personal website, digital portfolio, YouTube, etc.), as well as visually enhanced written submissions. Maximum file size is 5 MB. If you choose to submit a written essay, please limit your submission to 350 words or fewer. Multimedia submissions should be under 3 minutes.

The front page of your resume has given us a sense of your professional experience and accomplishments as well as your academic summary and extracurricular involvement. If the back page reflects “the rest of your story,” please help us get to know you better by sharing ONE example of a life experience, achievement, or passion that will give us a sense of who you are as a potential community member.

OPTIONAL ESSAY

You may use this essay to call attention to items needing clarification and to add additional details to any aspects of your application that do not accurately reflect your potential for success at Johnson (350 words maximum).

If you are reapplying for admission, please use this essay to indicate how you have strengthened your application and candidacy since the last time you applied for admission. Please also review our Admissions Policy for additional information about re-applying (350 words maximum).

Roy H. Park Leadership Fellows Program Essay

The Roy H. Park Leadership Fellows Program is a two-year full tuition fellowship award for Two-Year MBA candidates in Ithaca who have demonstrated outstanding leadership potential and who are committed to making an impact within their communities. Each year it is awarded to up to 25 incoming students, with the expectation that they will participate in additional leadership and personal development activities outside of our regular curriculum, serve in leadership roles within the school, and complete a public service project by the time they graduate. The Park Fellowship is only available to U.S. citizens applying for the Two-Year MBA program.

What is your greatest example of leadership and what personal qualities helped you succeed in that role? Please limit your submission to 500 words or fewer.

This is your chance to tell us why you think Kellogg is the right place for you. As you get started, remind yourself of the experiences that led you here and how they have shaped where you want to go.

*Please note: Be sure to include the essay prompt in bold at the top of your essay. If you're uploading a document, please use 12-point Times New Roman font, 1.5 line spacing and 1-inch margins.

Essay 1

Kellogg's purpose is to educate, equip and inspire brave leaders who create lasting value. Provide a recent example where you have demonstrated leadership and created value. What challenges did you face and what did you learn? (450 words)

[upload document Or, type or copy-and-paste your answer in text box]

Essay 2

Values are what guide you in your life and work. What values are important to you and how have they influenced you? (450 words)

[upload document Or, type or copy-and-paste your answer in text box]

Additional Information

If needed, use this section to briefly describe any extenuating circumstances (e.g. unexplained gaps in work experience, choice of recommenders, inconsistent or questionable academic performance, etc.).

[upload document Or, type or copy-and-paste your answer in text box]

Certain applicants will respond to additional questions:

1Y applicants: Please discuss your post-MBA career goal, the current experience you will leverage to support the transition, and the Kellogg 1Y opportunities that will help you reach this goal. (250 words)

JD-MBA applicants: Please discuss your post-JD-MBA career goals and why the JD-MBA Program is the right program to help you reach those goals. (250 words)

MMM applicants: The five core values of the MMM Program are curiosity, creativity, empathy, open-mindedness and a learning mindset. Describe a situation in which you demonstrated one of these values. Why is this value an important part of the MMM experience for you? (250 words)

Reapplicants: Since your previous application, what steps have you taken to strengthen your candidacy? (250 words)

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS FROM THE ONLINE APPLICATION

Professional Experience

Career Goals

  • What has been your most significant career accomplishment? [text box, 240 characters]
  • What is your desired position after Kellogg? [text box, 150 characters]
  • What is your long-term career goal? [text box, 150 characters]
  • What drives your interest in these short- and long-term goals? [text box, 240 characters]

Higher Education

Jobs or Work-Study Programs

If you held a paid part-time job or work-study position during your undergraduate studies, please list the average number of hours a week spent working. Internships and summer positions should not be included here.

  • Brief description of employment: [text box, 200 characters]

Awards, Certifications and Recognition

  • Description (100 Character Limit)

Extracurricular Activities

  • Activity – Description of Participation (100 character limit)
  • International Experience – Purpose (100 character limit)

SHORT ANSWERS (CHOOSE ONE FROM EACH GROUP; 100 WORDS EACH)

Group 1

  • I want people to know that I:
  • I made a difference when I:

Group 2

  • I am out of my comfort zone when:
  • I was humbled when:

Group 3

  • I was aware that I was different when:​
  • I was challenged when: (changed from “I find it challenging when people:”)

We encourage you to share personal examples in these short answers to allow us to learn more about who you are as a person.

CAREER GOAL ESSAY

  • Michigan Ross is a place where people from all backgrounds with different career goals can thrive. Please share your short-term career goal. Why is this career goal right for you? (300 words)

Cover Letter

MIT Sloan seeks students whose personal characteristics demonstrate that they will make the most of the incredible opportunities at MIT, both academic and non-academic. We are on a quest to find those whose presence will enhance the experience of other students. We seek thoughtful leaders with exceptional intellectual abilities and the drive and determination to put their stamp on the world. We welcome people who are independent, authentic, and fearlessly creative — true doers. We want people who can redefine solutions to conventional problems, and strive to preempt unconventional dilemmas with cutting-edge ideas. We demand integrity and respect passion.
Taking the above into consideration, please submit a cover letter seeking a place in the MIT Sloan MBA Program. Your letter should conform to a standard business correspondence, include one or more professional examples that illustrate why you meet the desired criteria above, and be addressed to the Assistant Deans of Admissions, Rod Garcia and Dawna Levenson (300 words or fewer, excluding address and salutation).[Upload a Word or PDF document.]

Resume

Please submit a one-page resume (Times New Roman 10 point font preferred) that includes your employment history and academic record in reverse chronological order. Other information appropriate to a business resume is welcomed and encouraged, including extracurricular activities, awards, and achievements. Please REDACT your name, address, and contact information.
For formatting purposes, please list the information in the following order:
Education – please feel free to include relevant awards, scholarships, professional societies
Work Experience – please list in reverse chronological order and include: company name, title, results-oriented bullets that demonstrate your skill set, and dates.
Additional information – languages, extracurricular activities/community service, technical skills/certifications, special skills/interests (if appropriate)[Upload a Word or PDF document.]

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS FROM THE ONLINE APPLICATION

Academic Information

  • Additional Details – Are there any areas of concern with regard to your academic record? If so, please briefly explain here: [text box]

Employment Information

  • For each employer –
    • Company and Job Description [text box]
    • Reason for Leaving [text box, 50 words maximum]
  • If there are any gaps in your employment history, please use the space below to explain. [text box, 1000 characters]

Organizational Structure

Please upload an organizational chart which outlines the internal structure of your department and current organization. Limit to two pages.
Note: You may choose to create your own document or redact individuals' names. However, please provide as much information as possible.
We should be able to see your line of reporting to the top of your organization, and to easily find you, your peers, your supervisor, their peers, and your direct reports (should you have any), as well as any recommender or references from your current organization. For those in consulting, please submit an organizational chart of a current or previous project you were staffed on.

Video

Please take a minute to introduce yourself to your future classmates via video. Tell us about your past experiences and why MIT Sloan is the best place for you to pursue your MBA.

Videos should be a single take (no editing) lasting no more than one minute and consisting of you speaking directly to the camera. We recommend using an application such as QuickTime or iMovie to record yourself.

Upload Instructions

To upload media to your digital portfolio, add the files using the "Select Files" button below and click "Start Upload." Uploading may take anywhere from seconds to several hours depending upon the size of the media file and your connection speed. If your file is large, we recommend that you upload from a wired connection if possible.
Once your file has been received, it will be displayed under the "Your Portfolio" tab. Your file will be processed and converted into its final form soon after uploading. Processing may take several minutes or hours depending upon the file size. You do not need to remain on this page after the media has been uploaded, as processing will occur automatically and independently.
You may re-order your uploaded media at any time by dragging the slides around. Please supply title and media information by clicking Edit Details.
Should you experience difficulties uploading your file, please ensure that you're using a modern web browser (Chrome, Firefox, or Safari) on the fastest wired Internet connection available. An intermittent or slow Internet connection can cause uploads to timeout.

File Sizes and Types

We support media files as large as 5GB, but please be advised that larger files will take longer to upload from your Internet connection and may stall if you are on a wireless connection or one that cannot sustain a connection for the necessary period of time. Uploaded documents may contain no more than 75 pages. We support the following file formats:

  • Video: .avi, .flv, .m1v, .m2v, .m4v, .mkv, .mov, .mpeg, .mpg, .mp4, .webm, .wmv
  • Apple ProRes is not currently supported. If uploading a .mov, please use an alternate codec.

We request that you write two personal essays. In each essay, we want to hear your genuine voice. Think carefully about your values, passions, aims, and dreams. There is no “right answer” to these questions—the best answer is the one that is truest for you.

Essay A: What matters most to you, and why?

For this essay, we would like you to reflect deeply and write from the heart. Once you’ve identified what matters most to you, help us understand why. You might consider, for example, what makes this so important to you? What people, insights, or experiences have shaped your perspectives?

Essay B: Why Stanford?

Describe your aspirations and how your Stanford GSB experience will help you realize them. If you are applying to both the MBA and MSx programs, use Essay B to address your interest in both programs.

Length

Both essays combined may not exceed 1,150 words. We recommend up to 750 words for Essay A and up to 400 words for Essay B. We often find effective essays written in far fewer words.

Formatting

  • Double-spaced
  • Number all pages
  • Upload one document that includes both essays

Be sure to save a copy of your essays, and preview the uploaded document to ensure that the formatting is preserved.

Optional Short-Answer Question

The two required essays shed light on who you are and how you imagine Stanford will help you achieve your aspirations. We are also interested in learning about the things you have done that are most meaningful to you. In this section, we provide an optional opportunity to go beyond your resume to discuss some of your contributions more fully.

Please do not include your short-answer response in your essays upload; use the text boxes provided in the application.

Optional Short-Answer Question:

Think about times you’ve created a positive impact, whether in professional, extracurricular, academic, or other settings. What was your impact? What made it significant to you or to others? You are welcome to share up to three examples. (Up to 1500 characters, approximately 250 words, for each example)

Editing Your Essays

Begin work on the essays early to give yourself time to reflect, write, and edit.

Feel free to ask friends or family members for feedback — especially about whether the tone and voice sound like you. Your family and friends know you better than anyone. If they think the essays do not capture who you are, what you believe, and what you aspire to do, then surely we will be unable to recognize what is distinctive about you.

Feedback vs. Coaching

There is a big difference between “feedback” and “coaching.” You cross that line when any part of the application (excluding the letters of reference) ceases to be exclusively yours in either thought or word.

Appropriate feedback occurs when others review your completed application — perhaps once or twice — and apprise you of omissions, errors, or inaccuracies that you later correct or address. After editing is complete, your thoughts, voice, and style remain intact. Inappropriate coaching occurs when you allow others to craft any part of your application for you and, as a result, your application or self-presentation is not authentic.

It is improper and a violation of the terms of this application process to have someone else write your essays. Such behavior will result in denial of your application or revocation of your admission.

Our Stern essay questions give you the opportunity to more fully present yourself to the Admissions Committee and to provide insight into your experiences, goals, and thought processes.

Please note the following details when completing your essays:

  • Written essays must be submitted using double-spacing and 12-point font.
  • Your response to Essay 1 should answer all parts of the question with a maximum of 500 words.
  • Your essays should be written entirely by you. An offer of admission will be revoked if you did not write your essays.

Uploading Formats

You may upload Word and PDF documents into the online application.

Essay 1: Professional Aspirations (500 word maximum, double-spaced, 12-point font)

  • What are your short and long-term career goals?
  • How will the MBA help you achieve them?

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Essay 2: Personal Expression (a.k.a. "Pick Six")

Describe yourself to the Admissions Committee and to your future classmates using six images and corresponding captions. Your uploaded PDF should contain all of the following elements:

  • A brief introduction or overview of your "Pick Six" (no more than 3 sentences).
  • Six images that help illustrate who you are.
  • A one-sentence caption for each of the six images that helps explain why they were selected and are significant to you.

Note: Your visuals may include photos, infographics, drawings, or any other images that best describe you. Your document must be uploaded as a single PDF. The essay cannot be sent in physical form or be linked to a website.

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Essay 3: Additional Information (optional) (250 word maximum, double-spaced, 12-point font)

Please provide any additional information that you would like to bring to the attention of the Admissions Committee. This may include current or past gaps in employment, further explanation of your undergraduate record or self-reported academic transcript(s), plans to retake the GMAT, GRE, EA, IELTS or TOEFL, or any other relevant information.

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS FROM THE ONLINE APPLICATION

Background Information

  • Disciplinary Background – Have you ever been subject to academic discipline, placed on probation, suspended, or required to withdraw from any college or university? if yes, Please explain the circumstances in the field below (text box, 1000 characters).

Professional Background

  • Are you including an EQ Endorsement from your current supervisor? if not, You must provide an explanation for not including a recommendation from your current supervisor here. [text box, no limit]

Employment History

For each position –

  • Description [text box, no limit]
  • Reason for Leaving (text box, 50 words maximum)

Activities and Achievements

Activities

  • List college extracurricular, professional, or community activities in the order of their importance to you. Include dates of involvement and any offices held (e.g., Activity – Dates of Involvement – Office Held). [text box, no limit]
  • List post-college extracurricular, professional, or community activities in the order of their importance to you. Include dates of involvement and any offices held (e.g., Activity – Dates of Involvement – Office Held). [text box, no limit]

Achievements

  • List any college and post-college awards, scholarships, or other types of recognition you have received (academic – for example, Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude; military; extracurricular; professional; community). [text box, no limit]

Professional Certifications

  • List any professional certifications you have received (e.g. CFA, CPA, PMP, Series 7, etc.) [text box, no limit]

Your essays are an opportunity to articulate your candidacy for Tuck. The best responses are clear, succinct, forthright, thoughtful, genuine, and so distinctly personal that only you could have written them. We expect that your essays are completely accurate and exclusively your own. Use of essay writing services violates Tuck’s admissions policies.

Essay Questions

  1. Tuck students can articulate how the distinctive Tuck MBA will advance their aspirations. Why are you pursuing an MBA and why Tuck? (textbox, 300 words)
  2. Tuck students recognize how their individuality adds to the fabric of Tuck. Tell us who you are. (textbox, 300 words)
  3. Tuck students invest generously in one another’s success even when it is not convenient or easy. Share an example of how you helped someone else succeed. (textbox, 300 words)
  4. Optional: Please provide any additional insight or information that you have not addressed elsewhere (e.g., atypical choice of evaluators, factors affecting academic performance, unexplained job gaps or changes). Complete this question only if you feel your candidacy is not fully represented by this application. (textbox, 300 words)
  5. To be completed by all reapplicants: How have you strengthened your candidacy since you last applied? Please reflect on how you have grown personally and professionally. (textbox, 300 words)

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS FROM THE ONLINE APPLICATION

Personal Information

  • Convictions – Have you ever been convicted of or pleaded guilty to a criminal offense (other than a minor traffic violation), or are there such charges currently pending against you? if yes, Please explain the circumstances. [text box, 200 words]

Application Specifics

  • Share your short term goals. [text box, 50 words]
  • Share your long term goals [text box, 50 words]

Other Education Information

  • Did you transfer to another institution during your undergraduate or graduate degree? (Remember to provide transcript(s) for any transfer institutions) if yes, Please explain the reason(s) for your transfer(s). [text box, 200 words]
  • Did you study abroad or participate in an exchange program during your undergraduate or graduate degree? if yes, Please list the institutions and/or programs you attended. [text box, 200 words]
  • Have you taken or are you currently enrolled in any post-graduate, non-degree courses? If yes, please list courses below. It is not necessary to list courses that appear on your uploaded transcripts. Please provide the following information: Institution, Term/Year, Course Title, and Grade. [text box]
  • Are you planning to take any courses prior to enrollment at Tuck? If yes, please list courses below. It is not necessary to list courses that appear on your uploaded transcripts. Please provide the following information: Institution, Term/Year, Course Title, and Grade [text box]
  • Have you ever been suspended, expelled, or placed on probation at any institution of higher education for academic or disciplinary reasons? if yes, Please provide an explanation below. (If you need additional space please use the optional essay.) [text box, 200 words]

Employment History

For each employer –

  • Description of your organization [text box, 75 words]
  • Description of your responsibilities [text box, 75 words]
  • Reason for leaving, if applicable [text box, 75 words]

Activities

  • For each activity – Description of Participation [text box]

Awards

  • For each award – Description [text box]

Please answer the Required Essay question below. Your essay must be entirely your own work. Although you may ask others for general feedback, you may not allow anyone to write or edit your essay.
If you have applied to the Yale School of Management in the last two years, you must complete both the Required Essay and the Required for Reapplicants essay.
Any aspect of your application that requires additional explanation may be addressed in the Optional Information section. Please note that this section is truly optional – if no aspect of your application requires further explanation, you can leave this section blank.

Required Essay

Describe the biggest commitment you have ever made. (500 words maximum) [upload]

Optional Information

If any aspect of your candidacy needs further explanation (unexplained gaps in work experience, choice of recommenders, academic performance, promotions or recognitions, etc.), please provide a brief description here. (200 words maximum) [upload]

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS FROM THE ONLINE APPLICATION

Video Questions

After you pay the application fee, a link to the required video questions will appear on your status page. The three video questions require a laptop or desktop and high-speed internet connection. They will take about 20 minutes to complete.

Behavioral Assessment

After you pay the application fee, a link to the behavioral assessment will appear on your status page. The assessment is a series of questions that will take about 20 minutes to complete.
The Behavioral Assessment is an online admissions tool administered by the research division of ETS, which measures a set of interpersonal and intrapersonal competencies associated with business school success. It is a forced-choice module that takes about 20-25 minutes to complete, and should be completed in a single sitting. Applicants do not need to do anything in advance to prepare for the assessment, nor does it require any specialized knowledge, background, or information to complete.
At Yale SOM, we look for broadminded, intellectually curious students that represent a diversity of backgrounds and interests. With this goal in mind, we consider applications holistically, and review each candidate within the context of the overall pool without fixed weight given to specific pieces of the application. The Behavioral Assessment is one piece of this puzzle, and we will use it with a light touch within the overall set of admissions considerations. While the assessment alone will not be the deciding factor for admission, it can provide valuable information when used in context with other elements of an application.

Academic Record

Legal Questions:

  • Have you ever been disciplined or placed under academic sanction (for example, expulsion, suspension, probation or formal reprimand) by any college or university you have attended, or are there disciplinary charges pending against you at the present time? if yes, Please describe the nature of the charges, the date on which the incident leading to the charges occurred, and any sanctions that were imposed or the status of current charges (text box, 100 words maximum):
  • Have you ever been convicted of, or pleaded guilty or no contest to, a felony or misdemeanor? if yes, Please describe the nature and date of the crime, any sentence you received, or other resolution of the matter. (text box, 100 words maximum):
  • Are there any criminal charges pending against you at the present time or are you currently subject to the requirements of a deferred prosecution agreement? if yes, Please describe the nature and date of the alleged offense and status of any pending charge or deferred prosecution agreement. (text box, 100 words maximum):

Work Experience

  • Gaps in Work Experience – If you have had any post-undergraduate gaps in full-time employment greater than three months (other than for graduate study), or if you are currently unemployed, please use the space below to provide more information. (text box, 250 words maximum)

Post-MBA Career Interests

  • How did you arrive at these career interests? How have you or how will you position yourself to pursue them? (text box, 250 words maximum)

Activities

For each activity –

  • Leadership Positions, Awards, or Achievements (if any) [text box]
  • Description of Involvement (50 words maximum) [text box]
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