The Post College Professional sat down with new grad student and working professional, Kevin Sundeen. After 10 years into his career, all arrows pointed to a graduate degree at George Mason University School of Business. Read about how he decided on the right program, how he balances his new school schedule with everyday life, and what he didn't expect from his grad school journey!
Are you curious to see what a graduate students' back to school checklist looks like? Part-time MBA graduate student, Kevin Sundeen, shares his back to school checklist as he starts his first week at George Mason University School of Business.
Two-time graduate student, Nidhi Mehrotra, made the decision it was time for a career change after working in the software engineering world. Nidihi gives us insight into what it was like to move to another country, complete her second graduate degree, and how it has impacted her career today.
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Are you considering graduate school, but want to hear from someone that's been there? Current graduate student, Michelle McGuire, shares her first year of experience at the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Brandcenter program. Read about her first week experience returning to school as a grad student, the challenges she overcame in her first semester, and her overall thoughts as she finishes her first year.
Determining what you want to achieve, whether it’s personal, social, professional, or academic, can provide you with valuable insights and put you on the path to success. Telling the story of what makes you qualified and talented, as well as your motivation and goals provides employers and schools with a better understanding of you as an employee or a future graduate business student.
Are you finding it difficult to make your decision about graduate school based off of school brochures and websites? Sure, there are great pictures of the campuses and an extensive list of programs available for you to check out. But wouldn't it be nice to hear from students who've actually been there, and how graduate school is helping to shape their future? Read about three real stories from an international student, a part-time student, and a current student who have been there!
Did you know, 22% of women candidates say it's a career goal to be self-employed? And they are choosing business school as their first step to get there! This research snapshot from the Graduate Management Admission Council™ (GMAC™) Market Intelligence team shows the positive impact between women and business school.
There could be several reasons why you are considering graduate school. Maybe you want to advance your career or simply further your education. What ever it may be, consider these five questions as you begin to plan your graduate education journey.
Many professional work roles require you to use applications and technologies in addition to the typical Microsoft Office suite. Whether it's a customer relationship management system, a marketing automation tool, or a human resources application, you need to stay in the know. So if you're juggling more than one, check out these tips to help you stay up to date.