Which schools do you fit best?

This is unique in the world. Our research team studied business schools’ culture and organizational behaviors over a 2-year period to deliver insights into your own values and expectations from your dream business school. Your answers to the Unimy fit test will suggest your three best personal matches from the top 100 ranked by the Financial Times.

Cultural Fit test

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Please, describe your ideal business school by answering the questions below:

Everybody should dress the way he/she prefers without any explicit or implicit pressure to follow some uniform style

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Romantic relationships between students should not be viewed well

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The students should tend to dress in a formal way

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There should be a clear uniform etiquette (a set of ‘good manners’) that most people feel obliged to follow

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Spending time with classmates for coffee and snacks during breaks, after classes or on non-study days, should be considered a good investment of one‘s time by many

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It should be easy to approach and talk to any student or alumni even outside one’s class

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Group members should take pride in the individual accomplishments of their group leader

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Group leaders should take pride in the individual accomplishments of group members

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The alumni should feel loyalty to the business schools

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It should be a common practice at the end of a meeting or a session to provide a summary of what has been discussed, in addition to the structured agenda written beforehand

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Any communication concerning goals and tasks should be delivered in written form to ensure there will be no ambiguity

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Students should be able to easily obtain authority to make some important decisions if they want to

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Regarding study content, in some cases the opinion of students should be considered more important than that of professors

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Students should be expected to:

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It should be considered as acceptable a student to add a professor on Facebook

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Events should be usually

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Applying innovations to improve performance should be generally

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Most students should set challenging study and work goals for themselves

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Most of the work should be highly structured, which leads to few unexpected events

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Keeping with tradition should be the first consideration when defining a common practice

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Why is fit an important factor in the decision process?

Over the last few years, our team of experts has seen the phenomenon of university or program culture become more and more important in students’ application and decision-making processes. The right fit enhances your educational experience. Because ‘culture’ can be a complex concept—and sometimes difficult to understand from the outside—we have created a unique exploratory and mapping process to help you make the right decision when it comes to your school of choice. All matches are made with business schools ranked in the top 100 globally by the Financial Times rankings.

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How long does the survey take?

Our survey takes about 2-4 minutes to complete. It asks you to imagine your ideal business school environment.

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How do you use my answers?

Your responses are used to map your values and expectations on six dimensions. Then, your results are overlaid onto three top school matches using our extensive data set and psychometric methods.

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Tell me more about the science behind my Cultural Fit Map?

All results use extensive research from organizational behavior and industrial psychology to match you with schools ranked in the top 100 globally by the Financial Times. Four of the scales in the Cultural Fit Map derive from the theoretical and methodological framework of the GLOBE Project (House et al 1996, 2004), used with permission from the GLOBE Foundation. The other two scales were developed with expert researchers specifically for Unimy and have been tested with a robust sample of nearly 700 respondents who are current students at or alumni of the top 100 business schools globally as ranked by the Financial Times.
 
 

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