There are a number of tasks one has to deal with before enrolling in business school, especially as an international student. I’ll lay out my list here – it’s specific to a UK student and Kellogg, but it should help a few of you out there nonetheless. Some of the links will require you to… Continue reading International Students and the US MBA
My fellow Kellogg blogger, MBA Dutchie, posted up a DAK II summary that he spent a hell of a lot more time writing than I did. Wonderfully, he linked to a video summary of the weekend that the current students did (above). The video: Was shown to us at the end of the weekend Was… Continue reading DAK Video
Take a look at the video which I was shown by my pal Steve (who’s also on the way to Kellogg). This was a mainstream ad, featuring an inside joke about MBAs – which would sail right over the head of most people in the UK. More than anything, that illustrates how little brand value… Continue reading MBAs in and out of the US
A lot of Kellogg MBA students told me that there were a lot of recruiting events. They weren’t kidding – I’ve been invited to a BCG reception in London already. (I haven’t even freaking enrolled yet).
This is fairly typical of how Kellogg DAK II was. At a little fair for all of the college clubs this group of guys pops out of nowhere and starts singing to us. WTF?
I’ve recently come back from the DAK II event for admitted students to Kellogg. It was just freaking awesome. I think I realise now why I got into some schools and not others – the canny buggers in Adcom just knew where I’d feel comfortable. I intially applied to Kellogg because I had a lovely… Continue reading DAK II at Kellogg