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NYU Stern Essay Analysis 2013/2014 Season - Write Like an Expert
Beat The GMAT is proud to present the NYU Stern Essays Analyses for 2013-2014! During our 11-part "Write Like an Expert" webinar series, Stacey Oyler of ...Watch the video
NYU Stern MBA Essay Analysis - 2012-2013 Season - Write Like an Expert 2012
A top MBA admissions expert breaks down each essay question for this year's 2012-2013 NYU Stern School of Business MBA application. Part of the Write Like ...Watch the video
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Life as an MBA | Posted on Friday December 21, 2018
In late August, life is VERY good as a rising MBA2. I found myself on a beach, enjoying the sun and the company of my family. In addition, I had just received word that I secured a full-time offer from EY. The best part? I still had a week and a...
Top 5 NYU Stern MBA Admissions Questions Answered by a Graduate Ambassador | Posted on Monday November 19, 2018
As a second-year student and Graduate Ambassador at NYU Stern, I often speak to prospective students about the school, the admissions process, and my experience as a student. Unsurprisingly, a large number of these conversations turn into a Q&A...
Summer Internship Series: Reckitt Benckiser | Posted on Tuesday August 21, 2018
Sarang Bhawalkar is a rising MBA2 interning at Reckitt Benckiser. Sarang is specializing in Marketing and Strategy and is the co-president of the Graduate Marketing Association, VP of Finance (Luxury and Retail Club), and VP of Social Events...
WikipediaThe Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, and the Financial Times have consistently ranked Stern among the world's top institutions for undergraduate and graduate business education.
Admission to the Stern School of Business undergraduate program is highly selective. Admissions decisions are made on a holistic basis that considers academic record, standardized test scores, accomplishments outside of the classroom, recommendations, essays, and diversity.