They claim that the MBA degree completely changed the course of their career.
Here is what they have to say.
Jess is a 2013 MBA graduate. She used to work in investment banking . Even though she liked her job, she wanted to work in a setting more focused on people. Obtaining an MBA degree was a crucial step for Jess, as it prepared her for a career in management consulting.
I didn't have a lot of the experience necessary for success in consulting," says Jess, citing live. "Core classes in strategy combined with experiential electives […] were the perfect combination to quickly get me up-to-speed.
Matt Roehl is a 2014 grad. His traded his career as a research analyst for one in investment banking.
At Jefferies we advise clients in a variety of industries on M&A transactions and provide financing through the debt and equity capital markets,
says Matt of the global investment firm he's joined.
Lauren Wong graduated in 2013. Sonn after her graduation, she managed to land a job as a Strategy Manager, at Genentech.
My work involves a mix of strategy, analytics, project management, and extensive collaboration," says Lauren. "I'm often problem-solving around uncertainties presented by the rapidly evolving health care environment.
She says that she is drawing on principles from her MBA programme every day at her job.
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