I have a request: could you spare a few minutes to complete an MBA admissions survey? You will get a chance to win $500. If you have been admitted to or applying to MBA programs with a 2014 start date, this survey is for you.
I’m a member of AIGAC, the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants. I am also a member of our survey committee. So getting as many of many of my blog readers and clients to take this survey (See below for background information on the survey) as possible is something I would like to do.
I would love to get your response by the end of February. Can you help? If you do, you’ll be eligible to enter a drawing for a $500 cash payment (to be sent via PayPal). Your email address would be used only for prize notifications.
The survey should take 10-15 minutes to complete and can be accessed by clicking this link: https://huron.qualtrics.
Alternatively, you can paste this URL into your browser’s address bar: https://huron.qualtrics.
Background: In May, we will hold our annual conference in New York City. While there, we will present anonymous data about MBA applicants to the top MBA programs. That data will come from these surveys, and we need a lot of responses to make the data useful. The process works like this: AIGAC helps the MBA programs, which leads them to like admissions consultants more and give us better information and access, which leads us to serve our clients better. Past applicants taking the survey allowed me to help you better; your taking the survey is a nice way to pay that forward. If you are curious, you can read more about our survey here.
I truly appreciate you taking this time to help us improve the MBA admissions process.
I am a graduate admissions consultant who works with clients worldwide. If you would like to arrange an initial consultation, please complete my intake form. Please don't email me any essays, other admissions consultant's intake forms, your life story, or any long email asking for a written profile assessment. The only profiles I assess are those with people who I offer initial consultations to. Please note that initial consultations are not offered when I have reached full capacity or when I determine that I am not a good fit with an applicant.