My University isn't well known..
My university is not on the radar of most job recruiters, so I've come to realize that the name of my school does not give me any sort of advantage. What can I do to show that my education has prepared me as a qualified applicant for MBA programs? Besides having a great GPA, is this something I should discuss in my interview or essays and explain my course load in depth?
- Kofi Kankam expert Preet -your work experience is important for MBA programs. Most candidates do not hail from well-known programs, but they tend to make it in via great grades (as you mentioned), strong school leadership in clubs/organizations, and superior work experience.